Contact Info
Office
JCL 295

Advisor: Pedro Lopes

I obtained my B. Eng. in Computer Engineering at McGill University in Canada. I was first introduced to HCI research during an internship at Sony CSL advised by Prof. Rekimoto and later continued working on a research project at McGill with Prof. Cooperstock. Throughout my undergraduate studies, I was involved in the McGill Formula Electric design team, a design competition where students are tasked with designing, manufacturing and racing their own formula student car.

I am interested in haptic, wearable devices, VR/AR. My goal is to design novel actuators that can render body-scale haptic feedback at the body-scale form factor by leveraging mechatronic principles and perceptual illusions.

Research

Human Computer Interaction

Exploring the interfaces between people and technologies

News & Events

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UChicago Computer Scientists Design Small Backpack That Mimics Big Sensations

Sep 11, 2023
Two students looking at a wearable device
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High School Students Find Their Place in Computing Through Wearables Workshop

Jan 13, 2023
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New Wearable Device Controls Individual Fingers for Sign Language, Music Applications

Oct 11, 2021