David is a post-graduate research student (PhD) on Human-Computer Interaction for Digital Living at the Northumbria University in Newcastle. He is interested in Human-Computer Interaction with distributed data in everyday environments that supports or relieves human cognition in every ‘mundane’ tasks. He is specialised in Constructive Design Research and received his Master’s degree with distinction at the Eindhoven University of Technology. David has been a visiting researcher at the Edinburgh Napier University and has so far presented his work at conferences in the Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States of America. He currently pursues the development and study of Do-It-Together practises in the coming age of the Internet of Things.
In my free time, I partake in household or electronics and software DIY, out cycling as a true Dutchman, and duel friends and family in boardgames. On a lazy evening, you can find be in front of the television.
For an overview of activities and output, see my CV