Anton Nijholt


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    In 1989 Anton Nijholt was appointed full professor at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. For some years he was a scientific advisor of Philips Research Europe. At Twente, he initiated the Human Media Interaction group where now he is an emeritus professor. His main research interests are human-computer interaction with a focus on entertainment computing, playable cities, augmented reality, and brain-computer interfacing. He edited various books on playful interfaces, playable cities, and brain-computer interaction. Nijholt, together with many of the Ph.D. students he has supervised, wrote hundreds of journal and conference papers and acted as program chair and general chair of large international conferences on affective computing, multimodal interaction, intelligent agents, and entertainment computing. Nijholt is Chief Editor of the section Human-Media Interaction in the journals Frontiers in Psychology Frontiers in Computer Science, and series editor of the Springer Book series “Gaming Media and Social Effects”.


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