I am a second year Ph.D. student in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology, advised by Dr. Keith Edwards at the Pixi Lab. I also collaborate with Dr. Gregory D. Abowd at the Ubiquitous Computing group and Dr. Thad Starner at the Contextual Computing Group. I am the recipient of the GEM Ph.D. Engineering Fellowship sponsored by Intel Corporation, the GT Presidential Fellowship and the GT Goizueta Fellowship.
I graduated from University of Florida with double Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering and International Business in August 2011. I completed my undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and East Asian Languages at University of Florida in May 2008. I am also a graduate of the United World College Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
The future of computing is evolving around the research and development of human-centered technologies. I am most excited about exploring human-computer interaction within the traditional area of ubiquitous computing. I have broad research interests at the boundary of engineering and computer science in mobile and pervasive computing, assistive technologies, and sensor-rich embedded ecosystems.
My primary interests of study and research are:
Spring semester of my 1st year @ Georgia Tech underway.
Working at Pixi Lab on ubicomp and mobile applications research.
Fall 2011 Travel
IDF2011 in San Francisco CA, UbiComp2011 in Beijing, and UIST2011 in Santa Barbara CA.
Spring 2012 Travel
BioWireleSS2012 in San Jose CA, Google GRAD CS Forum in Mountain View CA, CHI2012 in Austin TX.
Now computing on MacBook Pro, ThinkPad,