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DIT researcher receives Fulbright Fellowship

Posted: 14 September, 2018

One of Dublin Institute of Technology’s (DIT) most accomplished researchers, Dr Matteo Zallio, has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to begin research into User Experience Facilitators at Stanford University.

Dr Zallio is a Postdoctoral research fellow at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and a member of the tPOT (Towards People Orientated Technology) group which is based in the Greenway Hub, a DIT research and innovation centre in Grangegorman. The group's activities include research and teaching in biomedical signal engineering, human-machine interfaces, assistive technology and health informatics.

Matteo is to join the Stanford Centre for Design Research shortly where he will develop novel user experience facilitators designed to foster inclusive, smart and age-friendly environments in an American setting. His work at Stanford will build on an impressive research career during which Matteo has developed two patent applications and received several international awards. 

Dr Zallio and other Fulbright Scholars celebrate their awards