TALLINN UNIVERSITY’S INTERACTION DESIGN LABORATORY
David Lamas heads Tallinn University’s Interaction Design Laboratory as well as the international master programme on Interactive Media and Knowledge Environments.
He participates in national and international research projects and tutors several master and doctoral level students as well as post-doc researchers. He concluded his post-doc research at Michigan State University as a member of the team developing the Mobile Infosphere at the Media Interfaces & Network Design Laboratory.
Holds a PhD degree in Computer Sciences by Portsmouth University, United Kingdom, and a MSc degree in Computer Sciences by Universidade do Minho, Portugal. He is a member of the COST Actions IC0904 (TwinTide), IC1002 (MUMIA) and IC1203 (ENERGIC) management committees.
David published over 50 articles and earned two best paper awards (5th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV 2011 and World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Ed-Media 2000).
David Lamas is a member of the ACM SIGCHI and the IEEE Computer Society having recently co-founded the Estonian Professional Chapter of the ACM SIGCHI. His research interests are Human-Computer Interaction (Interaction Design) and Technology Enhanced Learning.