Clemson University

LECTURE - "Powering New Experiences in the Car"

SPEAKER - Dr. Dalila Szostak
User Experience Researcher
Intel Labs

Does Intel make cars? Well, no, but for the past four years the User Experience Lab at Intel
Labs has been busy understanding what it means to incorporate high tech into vehicles and what would that enable, in terms of experiences, for people in the car.

Dr. Szostak will share with Clemson the vision of the user experience group at Intel working
on transportation, the methods and techniques used to design and research those experiences
and the findings that are enabling partnerships with companies like Toyota and JLR to have
“Intel inside” cars.

She designs and researches future experiences in transportation. Her work involves uncovering
that which we need, want, and love, and incorporating those as requirements into the design cycle. To uncover the user experience of airplanes, cars and traveling, she has collaborated and partnered with companies such as TomTom, Boeing, Toyota, and Ford.

Dr. Szostak specializes in international research and has conducted workshops and published her work in a wide range of academic and industrial gatherings globally.

She holds a doctorate degree in User System Interaction from the Technical University of
Eindhoven and is currently a researcher at Intel Labs, where she leads the User Experience
Assessment program.

Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

Campbell Graduate Engineering Center, AT&T Auditorium 4 Research Drive, Greenville, SC 29650

Event Type

Lectures / Seminars / Speakers, Seminars


Centers and Institutes, International Center for Automotive Research - CU ICAR, College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences, Automotive Engineering

Target Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff

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