Miléna Engelhard

After my bachelor’s degree in Management, I decided to pursue my studies at HEC Lausanne in Information Systems. This challenging master program enabled me to acquire a conceptual foundation and practical skills that are required for the design, deployment and management of an information system.

During my master’s, I really enjoyed the Interaction Design course given by Professor Cherubini. In particular, I find Human-Computer Interaction very interesting.

I am currently working on my master’s thesis. As part of the Persuasive Technology Lab team, I participate on a study that analyses human motivation in job-seeking based on motivational theories and human-computer interaction. I am in charge of analyzing the effects of digital tools on job searcher’s self-efficacy. This study is conducted in collaboration with the University of Michigan.