People

Contact persons for the 4TU.Humans and Technology research center are:
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Bernd Dudzik, PhD Candidate - TU Delft

Bernd Dudzik is one of the six doctoral candidates working within the Humans & Technology Center. His  research revolves around enabling interactive technologies to relate to the elicitation, content and experience of episodic memories in their human users. He believes that this is an important ingredient for intelligent systems that possess the capacity to estimate how their users appraise interactions with them. 

One principal challenge in this endeavor is to provide technological systems with an understanding of how human beings organize and access information about specific events in their personal history. In his current line of investigation, he is developing computational models to approximate the episodic memory processing of people when recollecting such instances based on data collected by wearable devices. 

Bernd has obtained a Bachelor degree in Online Media at Furtwangen University (Germany) and Master's in Media Technology at Leiden University (The Netherlands). Since fall 2016 he is a doctoral candidate in the Intelligent Systems department at the Delft University of Technology.  

Areas of Interest: Human-Computer Interaction, Affective Computing, (Cognitive) User-Modeling

Contact: 

  • Email: B.J.W.Dudzik@tudelft.nl

Bernd Dudzik, PhD Candidate - TU Delft

Bernd Dudzik is one of the six doctoral candidates working within the Humans & Technology Center. His  research revolves around enabling interactive technologies to relate to the elicitation, content and experience of episodic memories in their human users. He believes that this is an important ingredient for intelligent systems that possess the capacity to estimate how their users appraise interactions with them. 

One principal challenge in this endeavor is to provide technological systems with an understanding of how human beings organize and access information about specific events in their personal history. In his current line of investigation, he is developing computational models to approximate the episodic memory processing of people when recollecting such instances based on data collected by wearable devices. 

Bernd has obtained a Bachelor degree in Online Media at Furtwangen University (Germany) and Master's in Media Technology at Leiden University (The Netherlands). Since fall 2016 he is a doctoral candidate in the Intelligent Systems department at the Delft University of Technology.  

Areas of Interest: Human-Computer Interaction, Affective Computing, (Cognitive) User-Modeling

Contact: 

  • Email: B.J.W.Dudzik@tudelft.nl

People

Bernd Dudzik, PhD Candidate - TU Delft

Bernd Dudzik is one of the six doctoral candidates working within the Humans & Technology Center. His  research revolves around enabling interactive technologies to relate to the elicitation, content and experience of episodic memories in their human users. He believes that this is an important ingredient for intelligent systems that possess the capacity to estimate how their users appraise interactions with them. 

One principal challenge in this endeavor is to provide technological systems with an understanding of how human beings organize and access information about specific events in their personal history. In his current line of investigation, he is developing computational models to approximate the episodic memory processing of people when recollecting such instances based on data collected by wearable devices. 

Bernd has obtained a Bachelor degree in Online Media at Furtwangen University (Germany) and Master's in Media Technology at Leiden University (The Netherlands). Since fall 2016 he is a doctoral candidate in the Intelligent Systems department at the Delft University of Technology.  

Areas of Interest: Human-Computer Interaction, Affective Computing, (Cognitive) User-Modeling

Contact: 

  • Email: B.J.W.Dudzik@tudelft.nl

Bernd Dudzik, PhD Candidate - TU Delft

Bernd Dudzik is one of the six doctoral candidates working within the Humans & Technology Center. His  research revolves around enabling interactive technologies to relate to the elicitation, content and experience of episodic memories in their human users. He believes that this is an important ingredient for intelligent systems that possess the capacity to estimate how their users appraise interactions with them. 

One principal challenge in this endeavor is to provide technological systems with an understanding of how human beings organize and access information about specific events in their personal history. In his current line of investigation, he is developing computational models to approximate the episodic memory processing of people when recollecting such instances based on data collected by wearable devices. 

Bernd has obtained a Bachelor degree in Online Media at Furtwangen University (Germany) and Master's in Media Technology at Leiden University (The Netherlands). Since fall 2016 he is a doctoral candidate in the Intelligent Systems department at the Delft University of Technology.  

Areas of Interest: Human-Computer Interaction, Affective Computing, (Cognitive) User-Modeling

Contact: 

  • Email: B.J.W.Dudzik@tudelft.nl