Anika Boelhouwer was born in a small Dutch town in the Netherlands.
During her Bachelor in Arts and Technology she developed her interest in design and human computer interaction. To combine her knowledge of design and the psychology of design interaction, she started her Master in Human Factors and Engineering Psychology after her graduation.
During her studies, she has worked at multiple design and research institutions such as TNO and T-Xchange which focus on the interaction between humans and applications. Now, she will continue her research through a PHD position at the CTS department of the University of Twente. Here she will study the interaction between drivers and (the interface of) partially automated vehicles.
Room: Horst Room Z208
Phone: +31 (0) 53 - 489 9943
Phone secretary: +31 (0) 53 - 489 4322
Position: PhD Candidate
February 2016 - August 2016: Master thesis, TNO, Soesterberg
October 2015 – January 2016: Master internship, Roessingh Research and Development, Enschede
September 2014 – September 2015: Front desk service, Hogeschool Saxion, Enschede
January 2014 – July 2014: Bachelor thesis, StartUp Center, Enschede
June 2012 – December 2012: Bachelor internship, T-Xchange, Enschede
September 2015- October 2016: Master Human Factors & Engineering Psychology, University of Twente
2014, Enschede: Pre Master Psychology, University of Twente
January 2013 – July 2013, Enschede: Minor Psychologie, University of Twente
2010-2014, Enschede: HBO Kunst en techniek, Hogeschool Saxion
2004 – 2010, Aalten: VWO, Christelijk College Schaersvoorde
2016-: i-CAVE (the integrated cooperative automated vehicle)