I recently finished my Ph.D. in computer science in human-centered computing (HCC) at the University of Colorado Boulder. I work in the Craft Technology Lab and am co-advised by Mike Eisenberg and Katie Siek (now at Indiana University).
My focus is on human-computer interaction and pervasive computing with respect to health informatics. Specifically, I am interested in a vision where devices work in concert to support people towards their health needs in an easy and natural way, using information and intelligence that is hidden in the network connecting these devices. This can take the form of mobile phone applications, wearable technologies, or smart ambient devices that monitor and present information in novel and useful ways. My research focuses on health awareness from a user-centric perspective and falls in the intersection of computer science, health sciences and embedded systems. For more, please see a copy of my CV.