Hello and welcome to my homepage! My name is Peter J. Radics and I am a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech. I am also a member of the NSF Center for eDesign.
My main research interests lie in the social aspects of computing and the modeling of, interaction with, and visualization of information.
My current research focus is on developing a framework for modeling privacy behavior.
Before coming to Virginia Tech, I received my Diplom in Computer Science from RWTH Aachen University in Aachen, Germany in 2008 (the German ‘Diplom’ is considered the equivalent of a Master’s degree).
I hail from the beautiful city of Cologne (Köln), Germany, home of the world’s second tallest Gothic cathedral, friendly people with an insatiable love of life, and the only language that you can drink (Kölsch is the name of the dialect spoken in Cologne as well as the delicious beer brewed there!).