Naama Glauber


M.Sc. Computer Science in the field of Human Computer Interaction (Hybrid lab) at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Campus Givat Ram.

Current Work in the Computational Archaeology Lab:

Stylistic variations can exhibit different motor habits or motor performance. In our work we wish to harness the variations between potters to observe the unique style of a single potter through time. This paper examines new parameters for distinguishing between trainees’ potters and monitoring their personal style along time, as part of an integrated experimental archaeological study. The result of the experiment examined using quantitative methods like classification and graphs of variability, but also with 3D visualization method, for better understanding of the reasons for these results. My work is focusing on these visualization, including help with analyzing and combining both sources of results.

Fields of Interest:

  • 3D Modeling and analyzing
  • Image Processing
  • Traditional Craft and DIY
  • Drawing and Painting
  • Style and Creativity
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Architecture and Internal Design
  • Space and Satellites Engineering

Previous publications

  • Design with Minimal Intervention: Drawing with Light and Cracks, DIS Conference, Lab Project in the Hebrew University, 2018.
  • Remotely Guided Breast Sonography for Long-Term Space Missions: A Case Report and Discussion, published in Telemedicine and e-health, International Space University, 2017