School of Information Technologies
Level 3 West, Building J12
University of Sydney
NSW, 2006, Australia
I am interested in developing novel ways of Human-Computer Interaction, while keeping the user with his abilities, knowledge, goals, and usage context in mind. Designing for User Experience not only through an appealing interface but also by the underlying information architecture; starting with current research findings in cognitive psychology and neuroscience is my research objective.
Carolin Plate received her Bachelors of Science in Cognitive Science from the University of Osnabrueck in 2005. In the course of her studies she spent a semester abroad at Linkoepings Universitet, Sweden, and wrote her thesis at the German Research Institute of Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) under the supervision of Prof. Anthony Jameson in the field of Usability Engineering. Subsequently, she started the Master's program in Cognitive Science at University of Osnabrueck, choosing Computer Science as the complementing minor. Ms. Plate is currently writing her Masters thesis in cooperation with the Computer Human Adapted Interaction Group of the University of Sydney under the supervision of Prof. Judy Kay in the field of Interaction Design.