After successfully completing a bachelor’s degree in art history in Budapest and Berlin, Emese studied mechanical engineering, specializing in industrial design at the TU Dresden. In 2018 she joined the Chair of Industrial Design Engineering as a research assistant. In her industrial projects, she develops award-winning industrial exoskeletons (Partner: Ottobock Bionic Exoskeletons). Her doctoral project investigates the influencing factors of the experience and acceptance of exoskeletons. Within the 6G-life Hub, Emese focuses on the user-centered design of smart wearables. Her goal is to create solutions for future human-machine interaction.