Andreas Dünser is a Senior Research Scientist at the CSIRO, Data61, in Hobart, Australia. Andreas received his Doctorate in Psychology from the University of Vienna, Austria. Before joining the CSIRO he worked at the HIT Lab NZ (University of Canterbury, Christchurch) as a post-doctoral fellow and then research scientist, with secondments to research labs in Austria, Finland and Korea.
Andreas’ main research interest is the convergence of psychology, human behaviour and cognition, and emerging interactive technology. Combining these areas enables research and development of innovative Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) systems and novel user experiences.
Andreas research focuses on:
• HMI research with interactive technologies such as mixed reality and psychophysiology based interfaces
• Evaluation methods for novel interfaces and interactive technologies
• Designing new technologies for edutainment, training and healthcare applications.