Christoph Trappe


completed his Ph.D. in the Center for Computing and Communication Technologies (TZI) at the University of Bremen, Germany. Since the beginning of 2014 he has occupied the position of Senior Researcher in the Interactive Systems Group at OFFIS - Institute for Information Technology, working in the health department on topics related to human-centred design, usability and user experience engineering for small and medium sized software companies in the care sector. His research interests include physical computing, interactive audio, smart surface computing, personal fabrication technologies, generative design and UUX.


last update: September 2015

Articles published on IXD&A: 


'Towards New Ambient Light Systems: a Close Look at Existing Encodings of Ambient Light Systems', pp. 10  - 24,  abstractdownload