PhD Candidate: Computer Science and Human-computer interaction
My research seeks to leverage cutting-edge 21st-century technology to introduce new ways to scaffold students’ science learning — especially in K-12 science classrooms.
Dissertation title: Knowledge Places: Embedding Knowledge in the Space of the Classroom
I’m a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at UIC working in the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL).
My interests lie at the intersection of Human Computer Interaction and Learning Sciences research, which include touch-based, physical computing and ambient displays within experimental learning environments.
Interests: Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Ubiquitous and Tangible Computing, Visualization, Virtual Reality, Education