Ehud Sharlin | faculty
Ehud Sharlin is faculty at the University of Calgary’s Computer Science Department since October 2004. He runs the uTouch research group and is a member of the Interactions Lab. His current research interests are directed at interaction with physical objects and entities: human-robot interaction, tangible user interfaces, mixed reality and computer game interfaces.
Between August 2003 and September 2004 Ehud was an Assistant Professor with the Human Interface Engineering Laboratory at Osaka University Japan, directed by Dr. Fumio Kishino.
He completed his Ph.D. in Computing Science in July 2003 at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The title of his dissertation was “Blurring the Boundaries—Spatial Tangible User Interfaces for Cognitive Assessment”.