I am an Assistant Professor on Human Computer Interaction at George Mason University where I lead the Human-Centric Design Lab. In the Fall 2019, I am a visiting scholar at the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering. My research interests involve the design and evaluation of smartwatch applications to assist young adults with neurodiverse conditions. More specifically, I focus on how wearable applications can assist neurodiverse individuals with self-regulation, executive functions and activities of daily living.
I am also interested on usable privacy for smart home devices, wearables, accessibility and mHealth.
For additional information, please visit my website: www.vivianmotti.org