Organization team

The DICE Summer School 2013 is organised by the Designed Intelligence group of the Industrial Design department of Eindhoven University of Technology. It is associated to and supported by the EMJD-ICE program.


Prof. dr. Matthias Rauterberg (TU/e contact page, personal website) is the head of the Designed Intelligence group at Industrial Design of TU/e and a guest professor at School of Design, Jiangnan University (China). He is a leading expert in HCI and entertainment computing. He has over 400 publications and an H-index of 24. He is holder of the Silver Core Award of IFIP.

image002Dr. Wei Chen (TU/e contact page, personal website) is an assistant professor and the chair of health care theme. She has a strong research record in the areas of sensor systems for ambient intelligent design, healthcare system design using wearable sensors, wireless body area networks, and smart environments. She is a senior member of IEEE.

Hu1024Dr. Jun Hu (TU/e contact page, personal website) is an associate professor at TU/e and a guest professor at School of Digital Media, Jiangnan University (China). He has about 90 peer reviewed publications with an H-index of 14 in conferences and journals in the field of HCI, industrial design, computer science and design education. His current research activities are directed towards Design for Social Interaction.

mathiasDr. Mathias Funk (TU/e contact page, personal website) is a assistant professor in the Designed Intelligence group, focusing on information products, remote data collection and adaptive systems, but enjoys working ‘out of control’ with technologies from sound/video processing to the web. He has been visiting researcher at Philips Consumer Lifestyle and he is also co-founder of the TU/e software spin-off UXsuite.

photo EllenMs. Ellen Konijnenberg studied psychology for four years. She is the secretary to the DI-group and her main focus is on supporting the full professors. Furthermore she aims to be the central contact person for all matters concerning the DI-group members.