Putting people first: To unlock the potential of new technologies, we need to first understand and respect people – their passions and worries, needs and values, their contexts and ways of life.
Wijnand IJsselsteijn is a full professor of Cognition and Affect in Human-Technology Interaction at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He has an active research program on the impact of media technology on human psychology, and the use of psychology to improve technology design. His focus is on conceptualizing and measuring human experiences in relation to digital environments (immersive media, serious games, affective computing, personal informatics) in the service of human learning, health, and wellbeing. He has a keen interest in the relation between data science, AI and psychology, and works on technological innovations (such as sensor-enabled mobile technologies, virtual environments) that make possible novel forms of human behavior tracking, combining methodological rigor with ecological validity.
Wijnand IJsselsteijn has a background in artificial intelligence and cognitive neuropsychology (MSc, Utrecht University). He obtained his PhD in 2004 on the topic of telepresence. He is a member of the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands, and is scientific director of the interdisciplinary Center for Humans and Technology at TU/e, which explicitly focuses on people- and value-centred perspectives of technology understanding, engineering, and design. Wijnand has published over 200 peer-reviewed academic papers in journals and conferences and has (co-)edited 10 volumes. His most recent co-edited book ‘Immersed in Media: Telepresence Theory, Measurement, and Technology’ appeared in 2015. His work has been supported through several industrial, national (NWO), and EU (FP6, FP7, H2020) grants. He is one of the leading scholars in his field with over 12000 citations (h-index: 55, i10 index: 131).
Caring for Vincent: a chatbot for self-compassion37th ACM International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI2019) (2019)
Influential characteristics of enterprise information system user interfacesJournal of Computer Information Systems (2019)
Users’ perceptions and responses to cyber-physical attacks on IoT devices in the home environmentSociety for Risk Analysis Benelux Conference (2019)
Two experience sampling studies examining the variation of self-control capacity and its relationship with core affect in daily lifeJournal of Research in Personality (2018)
Tell-Tale data: the value of self-tracked data for healthcare professionalsCHI '18: Workshop "A Short Workshop on Next Steps Towards Long Term Self Tracking" (2018)
- Introduction to Sport, Physical Activity and Vitality
- Networks and security
- Psychophysiology and Affective Computing
- Advanced Cognitive Engineering
- HTI Research project
- Sport motivation and sport performance
- Consultancy, Media Consultancy