Research | Students | Teaching | Bio | CV | Advice | Fun Research My work tackles the technical challenges necessary for everyday individuals and communities to solve real-world problems in domains such as accessibility, health, and sustainability (see all the Make4all projects). My focus is on computational approaches to fabrication and data analytics. Some of my most recent projects: Students Current PhD students: I love to work with […]
Megan Hofmann is an undergraduate researcher visiting from Colorado State University. Her research focuses on the intersection of rapid prototyping technology and assistive technology. She is currently working on the DIY Assistive Technology project. She is developing tools that support novice designers and assistive technology users when creating customized devices. The goal of this research […]
Megan Hofmann is a visiting Undergraduate Researcher from Colorado State University. Her focus is on improving our understanding of how people with disabilities and their circle of support create customized assistive devices using do-it-yourself and rapid prototyping techniques. Her goal is to use this knowledge to develop tools and methods that improve the efficacy of […]
I’m a fifth-year Ph.D. student in the Machine Learning Department, jointly advised by Jen Mankoff and Steve Fienberg. My research interests are, broadly, using computation to solve challenges in environmental sustainability and intelligently ordering questions in online surveys. I am currently working on utility (electricity and natural gas) prediction for EDigs, dynamic question ordering in […]
I am a PhD student working on developing new models of human routine behaviors that will inform the design and support smart agents that help people develop good routines. My most current projects include helping aggressive drivers improve their driving routine to become less aggressive, and helping students develop routines that help them balance their […]
Rushil Khurana: I am a P.h.D. student with an interest in sensing and perception to create novel interaction techniques.
Michael Rivera is a PhD student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute of Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests focus on novel fabrication techniques and mobile device interactions for HCI. He is currently exploring the integration of soft materials into rigid 3D printed objects using physically-based simulation and novel design tools. More information about him is available […]
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I am a junior at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute planning to graduate in May 2019. I am pursuing a dual major in Computer Science and Mathematics in the School of Science. This summer I am participating in CRA-W’s Distributed Research Experience for Undergraduates (DREU). You can contact me at email@example.com This summer I am working with […]
Undergraduate Honors Thesis, 2003 “The Effects of Computers on Cognitive Assessment,” UC Berkeley.
PhD at CMU; currently faculty at ASU (next position)