Arminda Guerra Lopes


is a professor at Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco, Portugal, for twenty years. She is a research fellow at Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI) in Portugal and, recently, she was visitor professor at Carnegie Mellon University, USA. She had several management duties at her institution: school vice-director, president of the scientific and of the pedagogical boards. Her research interests are mainly: Human Computer Interaction, Technology Intelligence, and Research Methodologies. The focus of her Research is on Social Informatics,Interaction Design,Human Work Interaction Design, Creativity and Innovation, Collaborative Work, and Quality of Life Technologies.  She holds a PhD in Human Computer Interaction from Leeds Metropolitan University in U.K. and has collaborated in different research projects either in Portugal or in internationally.


last update: February 2019



Articles published on IXD&A:


Unexpected Artifact – A Modding Interface Design, N.37, 2018, pp. 130 - 142, abstractdownload