Christine Dierk
PhD Student (Alumnus)

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Bio

Christine Dierk is a fifth year PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley. She is currently working with Prof. Eric Paulos as part of the Hybrid Ecologies Lab. She is also part of Swarm Lab, Berkeley Center for New Media, and the Berkeley Institute of Design.

Her research seeks to explore new possibilities for on-body wearable devices. In particular, her research aims to develop technologies and techniques that can explore the development of a broader range of novel interfaces and interactions across a wider landscape of body sites.

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Projects

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Use Your Head!
Exploring Interaction Modalities for Hat Technologies
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AlterWear
Battery-Free Wearable Displays for Opportunistic Interactions
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HäirIÖ
Human Hair as Interactive Material
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AlterNail
Ambient, Batteryless, Stateful, Dynamic Displays at your Fingertips
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MyPart
Personal, Portable, Accurate Airborne Particle Counting