5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
My mission is to construct natural and expressive computer interfaces that intelligently assist all users, regardless of background or disability, in both the digital and physical worlds.
To achieve this, I teach computers to listen, understand, and respond to users by creating novel input interactions, mobile health sensing systems, accessible computing devices, and natural language interfaces.
|Oct 28, 2019||Attended and volunteered at ASSETS 2019. Met a lot of cool people working on important problems.|
|Sep 14, 2019||Had a great time attending Ubicomp 2019.|
|May 15, 2019||Honored to have received the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! Read more about my work here.|
|May 5, 2019||Attending CHI 2019 for the first time!|
|Aug 20, 2018||Started PhD at the CMU HCI Institute.|