Aris Malapaschas (general chair)

PhD student in Human Computer Interaction at the University of Glasgow, working on Assistive Technologies for people with Acquired Brain Injury. Marie Curie Fellow at the Glasgow Interactive Systems Group, and early-stage researcher at the TEAM ITN. Research interests include interaction design for disabled users, conversational UI design, and natural language processing.

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Hidde van der Meulen (general chair)

Hidde van der Meulen is a researcher with a computer science background and a member the TEAM ITN since summer 2017. His PhD research is about the design and development of inclusive computer games to support the the treatment of children's mental health difficulties.

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Anja Čuš (general chair)

Anja Čuš is a second year PhD student at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria. Her research focuses on development of a digital intervention for young people who self-harm. To inform her research, she is undertaking a secondment at the Anna Freud Centre in London where she learns about resilience strategies, third-wave CBT approaches and technology-enabled solutions for mental health of young people.

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Franziska Tachtler (program chair)

Franziska Tachtler is a Marie Curie PhD Fellow and project assistant at HCI group, Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) and investigating how technologies can be used to deliver (and, if needed, re-interpret) existing evidence-based interventions promoting resilience in unaccompanied migrant youth. As part of the PhD project, she collaborates with the Medical University Vienna and the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families in London.

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Toni Michel (program chair)

 

TEAM researcher with design and computer science background, who has worked in the past as user experience designer for Bosch and Daimler, and was part of the original research team of DRIVER, through his work with Fraunhofer Institute in Stuttgart. He is interested in the prevention of mental health issues in young people, and feels optimistic that technology will offer a way to close the gap between available and required mental health support. 

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