Claudia Rebola

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Associate Professor
School of Industrial Design
Georgia Institute of Technology

Claudia Rébola is an Assistant Professor in the School of Industrial Design at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is director of the Design And Technologies for Healthy Aging (DATHA) and head of the D-Matters Studio Lab housed at the Center for Assistive Technologies and Environmental Access (CATEA). Her interests are in application areas tailored to healthy aging with an emphasis on humanizing technology by design, empowering users and celebrating the value of simplicity and tangibility in user-product interactions. More specifically, her focus is on intergenerational design, communication technologies and healthy aging with special emphasis on exercising inclusive design, tangible interfaces/physical computing, and participatory design methods.

A native of Argentina, she holds a Ph.D. in Information Design and a Master of Industrial Design from North Carolina State University, and a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Universidad Nacional de Cordoba.


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