Christina Schneegass


I am an assistant professor specializing in cognition and design at the Human-Centred Design department within the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at TU Delft. My research focuses on leveraging design to enhance people's interactions with technology through cognitive awareness and cognitive augmentation.

Prior to my role at TU Delft, I worked as a UX researcher at PwC's Experience Consulting Team in Germany, where I assisted clients across various domains in developing products and services that are viable, feasible, and desirable, with a positive societal impact. I hold a PhD from the Media Informatics Group at LMU Munich, Germany, with a specialization in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), focusing on designing technology that integrates with human cognition. My research aims to develop and evaluate technologies that seamlessly integrate into daily life and enhance cognitive abilities.

I have authored or co-authored over 35 publications, which have been cited 196 times to date. My background, which combines cognitive psychology and computer science, along with my experience in a design-oriented industry team, equips me with the expertise to apply user-centered research using both qualitative and quantitative methods to design and evaluate advanced technologies and applications.

Christina Schneegass

Human-Centred Design Department
Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
TU Delft
Delft, Netherlands