Chris Harrison    Chris is the Habermann Chair and an Assistant Professor of Human-Computer Interaction. He directs the Future Interfaces Group, and broadly investigates novel sensing technologies and interaction techniques, especially those that empower people to interact with “small devices in big ways.”    Email   •   Homepage   •   Twitter
   Lauren Hardwig  Lauren is an administrative coordinator at Carnegie Mellon and diligently handles many of the day-to-day operational responsibilities of the FIGLAB, supporting both faculty, students and sponsors. In addition, she is pursuing a degree in Professional Writing.    Email
  Gierad Laput  Gierad is a PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. He combines electrical engineering and computer science to study and invent technologies that change and empower people's interactions with computers and devices.   Email  •  Homepage  •  Twitter
   Yang Zhang  Yang is a PhD student exploring how to bridge the intercation gap between computing devices and people's daily lives in a natural and efficient way. His research interests include tangible interfaces, wearable technology, ubiquitous computing, and sensors.    Email   •   Homepage
   Karan Ahuja  Karan is a PhD student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. His research interests include computer vision, applied machine learning, and sensing.    Email   •   Homepage
   Yasha Iravantchi  Yasha is a PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. His research interests include signal processing, novel user interfaces, and ubiquitous computing.    Email   •   Homepage
  Robert Xiao (Alumni)  Now an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. Robert had extensive experience in prototyping and developing new interaction technologies, both hardware and software. He combined computer science, mathematics, and electronics to create novel interactive experiences.   Email  •  Homepage
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