Senior Researchers

Ivo Locher

Dr. Ivo Locher is electrical engineer with specialization in wearable computing and signal processing. Since Spring 2006, he heads the R&D for Smart Fabrics (electronic fabrics) at Sefar Group.

Paul Lukowicz

Full Professor of AI at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern in Germany where he will head the Embedded Intelligence group at DFKI. From 2006 till 2011 he has been full Professor (W3) of Computer Science at the University of Passau.

Edna Pasher

Edna Pasher earned her Ph.D at New York University in Communication Arts and Sciences and has served as faculty member at Adelphi University, the City University of New York, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Tel-Aviv University.

Thomas Pederson

Thomas Pederson is an Associate Professor at IT University of Copenhagen (ITU).

Thomas Penzel

Physics diploma 1986, University Marburg, Germany; Human biology doctorate 1991, University Marburg, Germany; Habilitation in physiology 1995, University Marburg, Germany. Director for research at the Sleep Center and Professor at the Charite University Hospital Berlin, Germany 2006 – present.

Zvika Popper

Zvika is a researcher and consultant at Edna Pasher PhD & Associates.

Harald Reiter

Harald Reiter is principal scientist with Philips Research Europe. He started 1988 at Broadcast Television Systems focusing on telecine high-speed data conversion.

Corina Schuster

Corina Schuster is the vice head of the research department at the Reha Rheinfelden. She has more than 13 years of clinical experience as a physiotherapist in neurological rehabilitation of patients with lesions of the central nervous system.

Axel Techmer

Axel Techmer works as a project manager at Future-Shape GmbH since 2009 and is responsible for Future-Shape's large area sensor development. He received his diploma as well as his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the Ruhr-University of Bochum.

Eran Toch

Eran Toch had joined Tel Aviv University at 2010, as a member of the faculty of Engineering at Tel-Aviv University, at the department of Industrial Engineering. His research is in the field of human-computer interaction, information systems, and artificial intelligence.