- Malmö University
- David Cuartielles
David Cuartielles is PhD. in Interaction Design and MSc. in Telecommunications Engineering. Founded Malmo University's IOIO lab, formerly known as K3's Prototyping Laboratory. David teaches interactive technologies at bachelor, master, and PhD. levels. He is also one of the co-founders of the open source platform Arduino.
Currently David is a research fellow at the centre for Internet of Things and People at Malmo University. His research work includes an analysis of the creation of platforms, prototyping and testing tools for education, and the study of visual programming languages.
David collaborates with various universities as an educator in the fields of interactive art, creative coding, interaction design, and embedded technology.
It is possible to book David for guided tours to the university facilities for primary and secondary school classes. Including a small introduction to interactive electronics.
2021 | Conference paper
From "Explainable AI" to "Graspable AI"
Maliheh Ghajargar, Jeffrey Bardzell, Alison Smith Renner, Peter Gall Krogh, Kristina Höök, Laurens Boer, David Cuartielles, Wiberg Mikael
2018 | Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary
Platform Design: Creating Meaningful Toolboxes When People Meet
David Joaquin Cuartielles Ruiz
2018 | Article in journal
Physical computing with plug-and-play toolkits: Key recommendations for collaborative learning implementations
Eva-Sophie Katterfeldt, Mutlu Cukurova, Daniel Spikol, David Cuartielles
2016 | Conference paper
Talkoo: A new paradigm for physical computing at school
Eva-Sophie Katterfeldt, David Cuartielles, Daniel Spikol, Nils Ehrenberg
2015 | Conference paper
Design Strategies for developing a Visual Platform for Physical Computing with Mobile Tools for Project Documentation and Reflection
Daniel Spikol, Nils Ehrenberg, David Cuartielles, Janosch Zbick
My research environments
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