In my PhD research, I've focused on additive manufacturing of printed composites. Specifically looking at material processing innovations that enable a new class of multi-functional composites for designing custom interactive electronic devices and assistive technologies.
Over the last few years, I have worked on a wide range of topics, building systems in domains such as interactive digital fabrication, crowdsourcing and visualizations in both industrial and academic research labs. My core research interests has always been to invent novel interactive systems, devices and tools that expand human capabilities in interesting ways.
I joined the graduate program of CMU on August 2016.
In the past, I completed my masters in Europe studying at both Technische Universität Berlin and Université Paris-Sud . While in Europe I worked at various places in Europe such as the HCI lab at Hasso-Plattner Institut with Patrick Baudisch and Stefanie Mueller, Work Practice Technology group at Xerox Research, Analytics and Visualization (Aviz) lab at INRIA-Saclay with Pierre Dragicevic .After my masters, I moved to Technologies for Emerging Markets group at Microsoft Research where I worked with Bill Thies and Ed Cutrell as a Research Fellow. Show more