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Jens Krzywinski

Title: Prof. Dr.
6G-life Position: Principal Investigator
University: TU Dresden – Chair of Industrial Design Engineering
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Work Packages: WP 2.3 AI, Algorithms and Digital Twin, WP 3.1 Robotics, WP 3.2 Sensors and actuators, WP 3.3 Materials, WP 4.1 Industry, WP 4.2 Medicine, WP 4.3 Human-machine interaction, WP 4.4 Test fields.

Professor Dr.-Ing. Jens Krzywinski holds the Chair of Industrial Design at the TU Dresden. The professorship conducts leading national research on human-centered development of technical products and systems. The focus is on the experience and behavior of the multiple stakeholders in innovation processes and deployment contexts of innovative technical systems as well as on approaches and methods of interdisciplinary and participatory collaboration in product development. The human-centered development approach combines elements of user research with technology development, prototyping and demonstrator development as well as methodological evaluation in context. The aim is to achieve added value for society as a whole on the three levels of social, economic and ecological sustainability by means of technological developments and their application. The professorship is well networked nationally and internationally and conducts research in cooperative formats both in academic basic research, for example as PI in the DFG Cluster of Excellence CeTI, in applied and transfer projects, for example in the BMBF Cluster Human -Machine Interaction 2030 or SAB-Innoteam Smarte Werkbank, and also as PI in socio-scientific cooperation in the project TUDISC Disrupt!Research on dynamic cooperation under conditions of disruption. In the Cluster of Excellence CeTI, the expertise on human-technology collaboration in the Tactile Internet was strengthened considerably and the experience, communication and transfer of scientific processes, findings and innovations were methodically further developed through demonstrators.