Supervisor: Jim Hollan.
information visualization, human-computer interaction, learning science & technology design, temporal & spatial cognition, virtual & augmented reality.
I am interested in the representation of abstract concepts: how we invent and utilize representations, and what such interactions can tell us about human cognition. On the flip side, I am interested in applying what we know and learn about human cognition to the design of representations. I explore this space through human-computer interaction and information visualization. More broadly I am interested in the cognitive, affective and cultural consequences of technology, exploring modern computing machines as the latest in a long lineage of tools that have helped to shape our species.