Larissa Pschetz

Larissa Pschetz

Senior Lecturer in Design

Dr Larissa Pschetz, Senior Lecturer in Design

Dr Larissa Pschetz is an interaction designer and senior lecturer in Design Informatics. She completed a Microsoft-funded PhD in 2014, having previously worked at research centres such as IBM Watson in Cambridge MA, Microsoft Research in Cambridge UK and Microsoft Research Asia, as well as interaction design offices such as IxDS in Berlin and HID in Hamburg, Germany. Her research explores socio-technological narratives, interaction with autonomous systems, and technology inclusion, with particular focus on time, temporality and ecologies. 

Research interests:

  • Research through design
  • Speculative Design
  • Living with autonomous systems
  • Inclusive technologies
  • Temporal design
  • More-than-human ecologies
  • Biodesign

Larissa’s research profile can be found on Edinburgh Research Explorer

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