He has been studying dog-owner relationship for more than 20 years. In the last years he has investigated human-robot interaction, too, and he is especially interested in how technological development influences human behaviour.
Philosopher of science, data analyst
As part of a previous grant he and his colleagues have developed a mobile application capable of collecting big data including location information, workplace, home, ... etc. He also has a cognitive science background, and participates in international projects investigating human-machine interactions in novel ways.
She studies the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in human behavior. Her earlier research topics include people’s attachment to members of other species (dog) or objects (mobile phone), and human-robot interaction.
Specializes in studies of evolution of cognition and individual differences in cognitive traits by comparative methods. Her main interests include the ethological background of human behaviour and the evolutionary origins of human cognition.
Psychologist, PhD student
Krisztina’s PhD research topic is memory development. Her current areas of interest are: human-computer interaction, digital childhood, user experience research.
Specialist of web crawling (collecting structured data from websites), also creates web and mobile applications, websites and custom interactive data visualizations.