My research interests broadly center around designing better user experiences with technology in the areas of:
– Ubiquitous computing
– Human-building interactions
– Personal informatics
– Health & wellness
– Creativity support
The aim of my research in these areas is twofold: (i) to understand and improve the role of technology with respect to personal and societal issues and (ii) complement and extend rather than supplant user capabilities.
I am both open to discussing new research and actively looking for collaborators for on-going projects around: (i) web browsing data mining for health & wellness applications, (ii) online misinformation classification and intervention for the general public, (ii) residential energy data forecasting and visualization, (iv) and educational data mining and visualization for teachers and classrooms.