Dr. N.E. (Nina) Rosa


Nina Rosa is a teacher and researcher in the Multimedia group of the Interaction division. Her previous research investigated multimodal interaction in both virtual and augmented reality, and supernumerary body illusions and experiences in augmented reality. Recently, she has worked on other topics that were fueled by personal interest, namely consumer considerations for pro-environmental behavior with regards to consumption, and in particular in the areas of food certification labels, pesticides, microplastics, and climate-adapting gardens. Her current research investigates how interactive technologies can create pro-environmental behavior, by understanding which experiential and technical aspects of certain technologies best cater to, on the one hand the specific information needs of different groups of consumers, and on the other redress various forms of disconnect consumers may have when it comes to environmental and climate-related issues.