Chris Harrison    Chris is an Assistant Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University. He broadly investigates novel sensing technologies and interaction techniques, especially those that empower people to interact with “small devices in big ways.”    Email   •   Homepage
   Robert Xiao  Robert is a PhD student with extensive experience in prototyping and developing new interaction technologies, both hardware and software. He combines computer science, mathematics, and electronics to create novel interactive experiences.    Email   •   Homepage
   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    
   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
   Lauren Hardwig  Lauren is an administrative coordinator at Carnegie Mellon, who lovingly handles many of the day-to-day operational responsibilities of the FIGLAB, supporting both faculty and students. In addition, she is pursuing a degree in Professional Writing.    Email
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