Articles by: Miguel Bruns Alonso
Miguel Bruns Alonso is Associate Professor in the Future Everyday Group of the Department of Industrial Design at Eindhoven University of Technology. He investigates the aesthetics and emotional expressivity of interactive products with programmable material qualities (interactive materiality), with a focus on haptic and shape-changing interfaces. He teaches courses relating to creativity, designing form, aesthetics of interaction and interactive form/materiality and how this affects perception and behaviour. Miguel holds a PhD on affective tangible interaction and an M.Sc. in Industrial Design Engineering from TU Delft and was a visiting researcher and lecturer at Aarhus University, Taiwan Tech, and Stanford University.