Tactile Sound Systems for the Body

August 21, 2014


MIT Media Lab, E14-633


Dr. Maria Karam received her doctorate in computer science from the University of Southampton, UK, with a specialist degree in human computer interactions from the University of Toronto, Canada. As a post-doctoral fellow at Ryerson University, Karam developed the technology known as the model human cochlea as part of the Emoti-Chair project with co-inventors Professor Deborah Fels and Professor Frank Russo. Karam has started two other successful businesses over the past two years, including the Sideshow Café and the Coffee Lab, a public usability evaluation lab in Toronto. She brings her skills as a visionary in computer interactions, a community builder, and a scientist.

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