Our new publication “Effect of Remote Masking on Detection of Electrovibration” is accepted to IEEE World Haptics Conference 2019. I presented our paper orally at the conference held in Tokyo, Japan. Abstract: Masking has been used to study human perception of tactile stimuli, including those created on haptic touch screens. Earlier studies have investigated the […]
Each year and half, our institute goes to retreat where people from different departments can have the chance to connect by several research and networking activities. I was one of the oral presenters from our department for this year’s retreat.
It was a great pleasure to give a talk about my research at the Facebook Reality Labs in Redmond! Title: Generating Haptic Feedback on Touchscreens via ElectrovibrationAbstract: One approach to generating haptic feedback on touch screens is electrovibration. In this technique, the friction force is altered via electrostatic forces, which are developed by applying an alternating voltage […]
Sign-Up! is a career-building program for female post-docs in the Max Planck Society. This program aims to prepare post-doctoral researchers for their future scientific careers by several interactive training sessions and networking activities. As a selected member of this program, I summarized the workshops that I participated in this year. My talk covered topics about […]
Last week, I presented our recent work on the visual and haptic perception of real surfaces at the Materials Science and Haptics Workshop in the INM. The workshop convened researchers who are active in the field of tactile perception of materials. The workshop was a forum for a presentation of the recent developments in research […]
I have been selected for a multi-part professional development workshop for the excellent female postdocs in Max Planck Institute. There are only 18 spots in the program across all institutes, so I am very happy to be selected for the program.
Today, we visited Prof. Dr. Martin Giese’s and Prof. Dr. Conny Schwarz’s labs in the University of Tubingen. We listened to many interesting talks in the field of perception, rehabilitation, neuroscience, and neurophysiology. We also presented our current projects. I presented one of my projects, Understanding the Physics Behind Electro-adhesion, that I am working at […]
We represented our lab in the Hand Brain Technology Conference 2018 in Monte Verita, Switzerland. It was a very fruitful conference in terms of its content and the networking opportunity. We had the chance of listening pioneers from neuroscience to haptics. I presented my new journal article “Tactile Masking by Electrovibration” as a poster presentation.