Research

Jamy Li is an Assistant Professor in the Human-Media Interaction group at the University of Twente. He received his Master degree from the Interactive Design Lab in Toronto in 2008 and his PhD degree from the Department of Communication at Stanford in 2016, where he worked as a Researcher at the Center for Design Research. His current research interest is creating interaction design prototypes for robots that help specialized populations, particularly autistic children and individuals with cognitive impairment.

He has published in Computers in Human Behavior, HRI, IJHCS and IJSR.

Publications