A researcher interested in imaging technology, visual perception, research methods, data analysis, technology foresight, and multicultural leadership. I received my PhD in 2016 at the Department of Computer Science at Aalto University. I have designed and conducted several user studies on image quality and viewing experience on a variety of stereoscopic displays and contents, as well as experiments on mobile stereoscopic user interaction and stereoscopic camera acceptance. I have had the privilege to teach and assist in teaching of quality of visual media, digital imaging, and experimental research of perception at Aalto University. I worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Medicine in University of Helsinki, where I developed a method for measuring human-object interaction utilizing infrared cameras and computer vision. In addition, I have supervised numerous bachelor’s theses related to stereoscopic imaging and imaging technology in general. Prior to my academic career, I worked in 3D visualization and interactive marketing solutions.
Vintage Canon cameras. Photography. Science fiction. Cycling. Born in 1979. I speak English, Finnish, Indonesian, and some Swedish and German.