Brief Overview of Nuno N. Correia
Nuno N. Correia is an Associate Professor in Digital Transformation at Tallinn University. Since 2000, he has been teaching and conducting research in media art and interaction design, in several universities internationally (such as Aalto U., Goldsmiths U. London, U. Greenwich, U. Madeira).
He has led several research projects combining sound, image, and interaction design, namely: Moving Digits: Augmented Dance for Engaged Audience (EU Creative Europe, 2018-20), Enabling Audiovisual User Interfaces for Multisensorial Interaction (EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, 2014-16) and Audiovisual Vector Exchange (Aalto Media Factory Seed Funding, 2013-2014).
Nuno holds a Ph.D. in New Media from Aalto University (Finland), with the thesis Interactive Audiovisual Objects (2013). Previously, he was Senior Interaction Designer at the design consultancy Fjord, including work for Nokia, Microsoft, and HP. Nuno has published nearly 50 peer-reviewed articles, in HCI conferences such as CHI and TEI, and in audio conferences such as NIME and Audio Mostly. He founded the Sound, Image, and Interaction Design Symposium (SIIDS).