A designer-researcher working on crafting sustainable smart textile services. She is looking for new ways for textiles and fashion to be more sustainable through the implementation of technology. In 2016 Kristi presented her Ph.D. project on craft and sustainability qualities in smart textile services at the Eindhoven University of Technology in Designing Quality in Interaction research group.
A postdoctoral researcher at Manos Tsakiris’ Lab of Action and Body (LAB), Royal Holloway, University of London. She is interested in multi-sensory approach and self-perception, as well as emotional processing in everyday contexts and new media technologies.
An associate professor in Physiological Computing at Tallinn University, Estonia. His psychophysiology research concerns how audiovisual media influence humans on perceptual, cognitive and emotional levels, with particular stress on the novel methods for diagnosis and treatment of various brain disorders (e.g. autism, depression, migraine) and new applications (Brain-Computer Interfaces, neurocinema).