Bhaskar Dutt

C.S PhD @HCC Dept, University of Copenhagen

Research Interest: HCI, Tangible User Interfaces, Battery-less Computing, Embedded systems, Ubiquitous computing, and Fabrication.

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Started my PhD. in C.S at the University of Copenhagen

I am an MSc + Ph.D. student in the HCC dept of the University of Copenhagen. Recently I submitted my work on 3D printable everyday objects for tangible interactions on smartphones to CHI'22. I am also working on the confluence of fabrication and VR to make interactive object prototyping efficient and fast. I have a keen interest in 3D printing-based fabrication, and due to my electronics background, I love to work on embedded-related projects. I aspire to combine batteryless technology with new-gen fabrication techniques. In the past, I have built hardware prototypes that include tangible interfaces, shape-changing toys, and wirelessly connected sensor nodes. On an abstract level, I find myself interested in the field of 3D printing, Tangible Interfaces, Batteryless techniques, and electronics prototyping.


  • The University of Copenhagen, Computer Science PhD

  • IIIT-D, Research Associate (December 2020 - Present)

  • Botlab dynamics, IIT Delhi, R&D Intern (Jan 2020 - Apr 2020)

  • Aerogram, IIT Delhi, Intern (Aug 2019 - Dec 2019)

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