CECAS Dean's Professor
Assistant Professor, Human-Centered Computing @ Clemson University
TRACE Research Group;
TRACE Programming Bootcamp;
Clemson University Data (Science) Lab
HFI @ Clemson University;
Watt Faculty Fellow
Greetings! I am the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS) Dean's Professor and Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing and Director of the Team Research Analytics in Computational Environments (TRACE) Research Group within the division of Human-Centered Computing in the School of Computing at Clemson University. I am also the Director of the Clemson University Data (Science) Laboratory, a University supported initiative to grow and promote data science research across Clemson. In addition, I also hold an affiliation in Clemson’s Human Factors Institute, and I am a Faculty Scholar in Clemson’s School of Health Research, and a two- time Watt Family Faculty Fellow. I received my PhD in Information Sciences & Technology with a focus on Team Decision Making, Cognition, and Computer Supported Cooperative Work from The Pennsylvania State University in the fall of 2014 with Madhu Reddy (now at Northwestern) as my advisor. After graduation, I accepted a position to be a Postdoctoral Scholar and Research Associate in Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University working directly with Nancy Cooke.
My research interests are wide ranging and interdisciplinary, but can be generally linked to the integration of teamwork and technology in: Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction, Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, and Information Sciences.
For over 10 years, I have conducted research mainly focused on teamwork and collaborative technology within a variety of different contexts. My current research interests span across:
-Human-Centered Collaborative Tools and Systems
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