I am a design researcher and PhD student at
Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute
. I'm advised by
, and I study topics related to the inheritance of digital information and the process of creating meaningful digital archives.
Prior to enrolling at
, I studied Engineering Psychology and Computer Science at
Summer 2013 + I'm interning at the HCI Research group at
with Jofish Kaye.
May 2013 + Our paper on digital legacy received a best paper honorable mention at
Mobile & Pervasive Computing
Applied Machine Learning
Comp. Models of Discourse
Interaction Design Studio
Qualitative Research Methods
3D Design with Blender
Human Factors Product Design
The Social Web
Statistics for Behavioral Sciences
Advanced Engineering Psychology
Human-Machine System Design
New Product Design
Smart Homes & Virtual Possessions
Digital Decay: (Dis)Repair, Reflection, and Forgetting.
Reclaiming Repair Workshop at CHI 2013.
Digital Artifacts as Legacy: Exploring the Lifespan and Value of Digital Data.
Revelado: Exploring the Preservation of Our Digital Data.
CHI 2012 Workshop on Technology Design for the End of Life.
Curation, Provocation, and Digital Identity: Risks and Motivations for Online Photo-Sharing. CHI 2012.
Ethical Challenges in Online Health Community Research.
CHI 2011 Workshop on Ethics, Logs, and Videotape.
This is your brain on interfaces: Enhancing usability testing with functional near-infrared spectroscopy.
From brains to bytes.
XRDS: Crossroads, ACM Magazine for Students. Summer 2010.