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PixarRound_smallCurrently a PhD candidate at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, I am focusing my research on exploring, designing and evaluating novel human augmentation techniques facilitated by technology. Aiming to overcome challenges of human computer interaction in the emerging technologies of wearable computers and human augmentation devices, and to improve quality of life for individuals with disabilities, I draw on a diverse set of skills, including scientific visualization, computer graphics, human computer interaction, electronics, sensors, fabrication and computer vision, in a field that is versed in Computer Science, Bioengineering, Psychology and Psychophysics.

I believe in ubiquitous technology’s potential to enhance the human experience, enabling faster non-biologically evolution as a species.

Contact

Electronic Visualization Laboratory

University of Illinois at Chicago

842 W. Taylor St., Room 2032

Chicago, IL 60607

[email protected]

 +1 (312) 996 3002

   

Updates

  • 25 Mar Happy (Greek) Independence Day!

  • 19 Mar New Website Design

  • 15 Mar Application to MIT Media Lab submitted

  • 14 Mar Happy (unofficial) St. Patty’s Day!

  • 13 Mar Problems with hosting, another sleepless night

  • 10 Mar Started website redesign

  • 09 Mar Received MS Research offer