About me

Hola

I’m Judith Sirera an undergraduate student in Multimedia Engineering, a combination of Computer Science and Design at La Salle Ramon Llull University. This year, I’m part of Fluid Interfaces group at MIT Media Lab where I’m researching in the field of Human-Computer Interaction.

I’m interested in enhancing people’s daily lives through building technological applications. Some of my previous projects take the form of web apps and mobile apps using Augmented Reality and Artificial intelligence. I want to help others reach their aspirations, enjoy little things that life provides, and feel good about. By impacting an individual’s mood, I believe a larger impact on society can be made through contagion. Technical solutions allow me to develop apps quickly which then become immediately accessible to the user.

I’m passionate about using photography and video production as another way of seeing the world, manifesting ideas and sharing experiences.

 

Experience               Education               Technical skills

Experience

MIT Media Lab, Fluid Interfaces
VISITING STUDENT

October 2017 – present
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
https://www.media.mit.edu/people/jsirera


Seamless Interaction Group
RESEARCH ASSISTANT

2016 – 2017
La Salle Ramon Llull University, Barcelona


La Salle URL
Teaching assistant in Physics simulation

2016 – 2017
La Salle Ramon Llull University, Barcelona


Photographer and video producer

2014 – present
Worldwide

Education

BS. Multimedia Engineering*

2013 – present
La Salle Ramon Llull University, Barcelona
*Combination of Computer Science and Design

Technical skills

Programming  Java | Web | Python | React | C# | Matlab | JSON | Swift | C | C++
Databases MySQL | Firebase
Design Photoshop | Illustrator | 3D Studio Max
Video production Final Cut | After effects
Hardware Arduino
IDE Unity3D | Processing | Android | Xcode