Dr. Stine Johansen is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Australian Cobotics Centre, Queensland University of Technology. Her research focuses on designing interactions with complex technical, cyber-physical systems such as robots and sound zone systems. This includes designing for human-robot collaboration and supporting interaction with spatial sound through visualisations. Her research relies on principles from participatory design and physical prototyping methods. Stine has a PhD in Computer Science from Aalborg University, Denmark, focusing on Human-Computer Interaction. She has published in top venues in this field, including the CHI and DIS conferences and the Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction journal. Throughout her research career, Stine has maintained close collaborations with industry, including the global high-end electronics company Bang & Olufsen. Personally, Stine has a strong interest in arts and music, painting digitally and playing music, and she actively uses these hobbies to support her research.