Perceptual Intelligence Lab

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The Perceptual Intelligence lab is a multidisciplinary group consisting of members from the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science from the Delft University of Technology. Our name communicates our mutual quite well interest: how perception can be used to design intelligent systems.

Members

 

 Staff

 

 

Sylvia Pont
Associate professor at Industrial Design. Interests: perception, ecological optics, and design, with a focus on (the interactions between) light, materials, shape and space, in all cases both theoretically and empirically.
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Judith Redi
Assistant Professor at Computer Science. Interests: Image quality, multimedia retrieve, eye tracking, video quality, quality of experience, visual perception, machine learning.
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Maarten Wijntjes
Assistent professor at Industrial Design. Interests: 3D vision, material communication, art and perception.
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Huib de Ridder
Full professor at Industrial Design. Interests: user experience, perceptual intelligence, persuasive experiences, future interactions, design innovation in healthcare.
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Rene van Egmond
Associate professor at Industrial Design. Interests: product sound design.
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PhD students

 

 

Ling Xia
PhD student at Industrial Design. Interests: Light field mixing, plenoptic function.
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Reinier Jansen
PhD student at Industrial Design. Interests: Product sound design, Interactive prototyping, Conceptual design, Teaching, MaxMSP
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Ernestasia Siahaan
PhD student at Computer Science.
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Fan Zhang
PhD student at Industrial Design. Interests: Material perception, optical mixing, prototyping.
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Tatiana Kartashova
PhD student at Industrial Design. Interests: qualities of light, specifically by measuring the physical and visual light field.
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