About me

Hi, my name is Christina. I work at the Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Berlin. I am a Member of the Quality & Usability Lab lead by Sebastian Möller and work closely in a team with Jörg Müller.

In 2012 I finish my Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand at the  Human Interaction Technology Lab NZ and was supervised by Tim Bell and Mark Billinghurst.

My main research focus is on eyes-free interaction techniques for mobile users. I do some haptics but mostly audio. You can see a list of past and current projects here and publications here.

Before I started the Ph.D. I gained a Master's degree in Electronic Business at the University of the Arts, Berlin and a BA in Literature, Media, and Philosophy from the University of Paderborn, Germany.

I visited the Immersive Communiation Team at Nokia Research and Patrick Baudisch at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany. In Spring 2010 I visited the Department of Media Technology at Aalto University, Finland where I worked with Kai Puolamäki. I closely collaborate  with Jaka Sodnik from the University of Ljubljana. Between 2011 and 2012 I headed the UX Research Team at the relevantive AG where I developed Lean UX research methods that support companies and start-ups to build products and services that rock.

You can access my public profile at LinkedIn here, my Xing profile here, my Google Scholar profile here and my YouTube Channel here.