Brygida holds a BEng and a MEng degree in Material Science Engineering from the University of Silesia, Poland, and a PhD in Haptic Interface Contact Mechanics from the University of Birmingham, UK. In 2013, she received the ESR Marie Curie Fellowship. The objectives of her research included experimental and analytical analysis of mechanical interaction between the finger pads and tactile displays. She has expanded expertise over the new generation of tactile interfaces with user feedback, to be introduced in the VR/AR electronic market. This formed the bases of the development of new technology with enhanced haptic feedback. Brygida is an author of several high impact publications on haptic feedback interfaces and tactile devices. She is also a Member of IEEE Robotics & Automation Society and is in the Technical Committee on Haptics, as well as a reviewer for the IEEE Transaction of Haptics (ToH) Journal. In March 2017, Brygida joined the Ultrahaptics Applications Team where she is improving the design of tactile sensations and cognitive interface of mid-air haptics with the aim to create the next generation of the immersive VR/AR applications.