I am a Ph.D. student in the Future Interfaces Group and Smart Sensing for Humans Lab at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. I am advised by Chris Harrison and Mayank Goel.
Prior to CMU, I graduated from Harvard College in 2014 with an S.B. degree in Engineering Sciences with a focus on Electrical Engineering/Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering. I worked at the Harvard University SEAS Active Learning Labs as a Design Specialist in Electrical Engineering, supporting courses that involved significant hands-on labs and projects to further instruction in “Design Thinking”. Most notably, I advised students in their Senior Capstone Project and was a Teaching Fellow for our biosignal processing course. Please see my “Teaching” and “Talks” pages for more information.