I’m Judith Sirera a master student in the Interactive Media Technology programme at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Meanwhile, I work as a digital ambassador in the video team for Study in Sweden. I’m also part of the Students’ Nobel Nightcap association collaborating as a Process Manager for the IT team.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Engineering (Combination of Computer Science and design) from La Salle Universitat Ramon Llull. I spent my senior year as part of the Fluid Interfaces group at MIT Media Lab where I was researching in the field of Human-Computer Interaction.
My interest lies in the design and implementation of innovative and creative solutions with a technological component. I enjoy creating machines and systems that intimately connect with people’s lives to afford meaningful interactions and positive experiences.
My portfolio includes several functional prototypes developed so far, which are based on technologies such as web, mobile apps, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence. On the other hand, my research is based in the Human-Computer Interaction, these focusing on tangible interfaces and haptic interactions.
Last, my artistic mind is manifested in the form of photography and video production which challenge me to see the world from another perspective.