Here shall appear my blog posts... once I write them. Mostly posts about travel and fun projects I work on! basically an extended version of my Instagram
I am a Human-Centered Computing graduate student at UMBC. I study accessibility problems and build assistive technologies. I am especially interested in the design of intelligent interfaces that adapt to the needs of individuals with varying physical and mental abilities. I am a member of the Prototyping And Design “The PAD” lab, which is run by my advisor Dr. Amy Hurst. I am also a member of the Change Dyslexia team along with Dr. Luz Rello and Dr. Jeffery P. Bigham from CMU. The team that brought to life the dyslexia detecting game Dytective .
Here you can see the work I am doing. Research projects, publications, presentations, and class projects. You can find more samples of things I've done in the Indie Corner.