To the right is a description of my research interests in as few words as possible. My team's research method is systems-driven: we build interactive systems that embody our research ideas, we evaluate our hypotheses, we then study the limits of our ideas usually from a theoretical perspective. Our research thus combines interface design, systems and theory.
I received my PhD in 2013 from the Yale Computer Science Department (see thesis), where I worked with Avi Silberschatz, Dana Angluin and Joe Hellerstein (at UC Berkeley).
You can also visit my research lab: Human Data (HuDa) Interaction Lab