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Institut für Technologiemanagement (ITEM)
Social influence on consumer behavior (observational learning)
Ubiquitous computing-augmented persuasion in retailing and marketing
Internet of Things as an enabler for value-added business applications
Edward's background in sensors, algorithms and feedback developed his research interest in using ubiquitous computing and concepts from social psychology to influence consumer behavior. Prior to his doctoral studies, Edward has worked for several years in numerous engineering positions including as a trainee at Alstom Inspection Robotics (a start-up specializing in automated mechanical inspection) in Switzerland, as a field engineer in Schlumberger (an oilfield services provider) in Canada, and as a researcher at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany
Edward is a PhD candidate at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETH Zürich), Switzerland and is part of the Auto-ID Labs ETH Zürich / University of St. Gallen.
He obtained his MSc in robotics (MSc ETH Robotics, Systems and Controls) at ETH Zürich. His thesis focused on algorithms for robot-assisted rehabilitation of injured patients. His BSc in engineering at the University of Waterloo, Canada focused on mechatronics - the intersection of sensors and algorithms.
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