Irmandy Wicaksono

Responsive Environments
  • Research Assistant

PhD student

Irmandy previously worked on multi-modal sensors and intelligent textiles at the Wearable Computing Lab for his MS in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the ETH Zurich. He was involved  in several companies and institutions such as StudioXO for Haus of Gaga, Atmel, and KAUST, in areas ranging from fashion technology to consumer electronics, from mechatronic dress, stretchable electronic patches, to woven electronic fibers.

His current interests include unconventional electronics for ubiquitous sensing, actuation, and energy harvesting, particularly in the development of flexible and stretchable devices and systems for health monitoring and therapy, activity recognition, and human-machine interfaces.

PhD student

Irmandy previously worked on multi-modal sensors and intelligent textiles at the Wearable Computing Lab for his MS in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the ETH Zurich. He was involved  in several companies and institutions such as StudioXO for Haus of Gaga, Atmel, and KAUST, in areas ranging from fashion technology to consumer electronics, from mechatronic dress, stretchable electronic patches, to woven electronic fibers.

His current interests include unconventional electronics for ubiquitous sensing, actuation, and energy harvesting, particularly in the development of flexible and stretchable devices and systems for health monitoring and therapy, activity recognition, and human-machine interfaces.