Technical HCI Researcher in Fabrication and Computational Design
I am a Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute of Carnegie Mellon University. My research program explores novel fabrication techniques and computational design methods. Generally, my work involves building or exploiting current electromechanical systems (i.e., 3D printers) to enable new opportunities for fabricating sensors and interactive objects. I am advised by Scott Hudson at the Dev Lab
Jorge A. Gálvez, Allan F. Simpao, Yoav Dori, Kevin Gralewski, Nicholas H. McGill, Michael L. Rivera, Nile Delso, Hammad Khan, Mohamed A. Rehman, and John E. Fiadjoe. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2017.