Daniela Krainer, is an occupational therapist and holds a master’s degree in Health Care IT (Carinthian University of Applied Sciences). From 2004 to 2013 she was working as an self-employed occupational therapist in the areas of pediatrics, geriatrics and neurology.
Since 2013 she has been employed at CEIT RALTEC and focuses on user-centered development and evaluation of assistive and rehabilitation technologies. She has experience in the fields of sensor-based motion analysis (using 3D models of the musculoskeletal system), social assistive robotics and end-user studies with user-centered design methods for the development and evaluation of AAL technologies.
Krainer, D.; Werner, F. & Oberzaucher, J. (2014). Performance of a socially assistive robot as trainer for physical exercises for older people. In Proceedings of 7rd German AAL-Congress, Januar 21-21, 2014, VDE-Verl., Berlin, Germany.
Werner, F. & Krainer, D. (2013). A Socially Assistive Robot to Support Physical Training of Older People – An End User Acceptance Study. In ICSR 2013, pp. 562-563, Springer Verlag. Heidelberg, Germany.
Werner, F.; Krainer, D.; Oberzaucher, J. & Werner, K. (2013). Evaluation of the Acceptance of a Social Assistive Robot for Physical Training Support Together with Older Users and Domain Experts. In Assistive Technology Research Series, Assistive Technology: From Research to Practice, band 33, pp. 137-142, IOS Press.