I'm a research scientist at Snap Research developing future
projects in human–computer interaction (HCI), games, and augmented reality. I work closely with Snap Lab
(Snap's hardware division) and with both Rajan Vaish and
Andrés Monroy-Hernández within Snap Research.
→ Snap is hiring HCI research interns for 2019. If you are interested, please e-mail one of us with your interests and CV.
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I will become an Assistant Professor at Columbia University's
Dept. of Computer Science in Fall 2019, where I will
work with students to develop a vision for what the next generation of computers will look like: how they should
behave, how they can be interacted with, and how they can better fit into the bigger picture of people's lives.
I believe the future of computers is mobile, wearable, personalized, empowering, and ethical.
My research is interdisciplinary and incorporates AI, sensing, vision, design (including game design), and accessibility.
→ I am actively recruiting Ph.D. students who are creative, persevering, and eager to take on hard technical problems.
If you are interested in working with me, please review the
Ph.D. program Web site and
e-mail me with your interests and CV. Please also contact me if you wish to apply after the deadline.
I expressly welcome underrepresented voices to HCI research.