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Mathilde Da Rocha

Research Specialist

With a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, Mathilde specializes in human-centered design. Her 7-year tenure in the automotive industry and at a design agency has honed her skills in applying theoretical and technical knowledge towards creating systems focused on usage contexts and enhancing user experience. She is passionate about participatory design and believes in involving users in the design process. Mathilde  also works as a lecturer and is involved in scientific research activities. She advocates for Legal Design, emphasizing its dual nature as both a moral imperative and a pragmatic approach to making law more accessible and operational for improved efficiency.