Dana has been working in the area of context-aware computing for many years, her work including sensing and context-aware platforms, context modelling, processing and visualisations, and adaptive software and interfaces. Dana is currently a Researcher with the Cambridge Judge Business School working on platform-based approaches for supporting stress management scenarios in work environments, a Visiting Researcher with the Cambridge Computer Lab and the Co-Founder of TecVis LP (http://tecvis.co.uk).
Previously, Dana was part of the TSB/EPSRC-funded PAL project, working on designing and developing a lifestyle management system centred around a story-inspired information organization and presentation framework aimed at supporting users’ self-awareness and self-understanding. She previously worked in Nokia Research as a senior researcher and group manager, creating and leading various research projects in smart environments and software and collaborating with several world-class universities. She has multiple research publications and patents in areas related to context-aware computing.