Irene Mavrommati

Irene Mavrommati is a Assistant Professor at the Hellenic Open University, Applied Arts (2009-) and an interaction design researcher / FET research project coordinator with CTI (2000-2009), with roles in concept creation, project aquitision and coordination. She has been with Philips Design, the Netherlands, (1995-2000) as a senior interaction designer/project manager in Ambient Intelligence (AmI), Car Navigation, and Interactive TV Systems, among others. She has over 15 years of experience in design and research, focusing in AmI systems' interaction, and has led several EU FET research projects. 

Irene holds a PhD in Interaction Design from the Dept. of Products and Systems Design Engineering, Uni of the Aegean, Gr, (investigating aspects of End User Development in AmI environments), an MA (RCA, UK) in Interactive Multimedia, and has an MA (Birmingham, UK) and BA (TEI-Athens) in Graphic Design. 

She has participated in the steering group of the Disappearing Computer Network, in the Convivio Network of Excellence and currently is a member of the IoT council. She has participated in several art exhibitions, book chapters, journal and research articles, with a focus in interaction design and AmI environments. 

She has authored and edited the section User Interface Design in the book "User Interface Design of Electronic Appliances", (eds K. Baumann & B.Thomas. T&F 2001), and has co-edited the collective volume "the Disappearing Computer", (Eds N. Streitz, A. Kameas, I. Mavrommati. Springer 2007). She exhibits interactive installations in art events, her current focus being on ubiquitous multiplayer ad-hoc installations.

Curriculum Vitae

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