Urban Energy Lecture: Autonomy, Competence and Relatedness: building’s occupants engagement in energy transition
Lecture by Natalia Romero Herrera - Professor, Faculty of Industrial Design, TU Delft
Hosted by the Urban Energy Institute
Date: 25 May
Time: 4-5pm CET
Moderator: Henk Visscher
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This lecture will focus on the importance of utilizing co-creation or participatory research, describing its role in catalyzing the energy transition and why this benefits our more technically-minded collaborators/research partners. Examples from projects will be provided.
About the Speaker
Natalia Romero Herrera is associate professor of Design for Self Management at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. Her research topics cover the contextualisation of knowledge to design for self-management and (inter) personal data interaction design in the fields of healthcare and sustainability. With a background in Computer Science Engineering received at University of Chile, Natalia Romero Herrera has specialised in the field of Human Computer Interaction and User Centred Design since 2001. Her research outcomes have contributed to the fields of Interaction Design and data-enabled design methodologies, with applications in topics such as awareness systems and computer mediated communication, interpersonal privacy and field methods to assess user experiences (gaining her PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology, in 2008). Currently, her research focuses on Living Labs methodologies and data-enabled interactive technologies to generate contextualised knowledge on self-management in healthcare and sustainability.
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