Chris is an Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science. He directs the Future Interfaces Group, broadly investigating novel sensing technologies and interaction techniques.
Craig is a post-doctoral researcher. Before CMU, he was the VP of Research and Development at Tanvas, where he developed novel electroadhesive touchscreens based on his PhD research at Northwestern University in Ed Colgate and Michael Peshkin's lab for surface haptic technology development.
Karan is a Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. He uses his background in computer vision, signal processing and applied machine learning to create novel sensing and interaction technologies.
Vivian is a second-year Ph.D. student at the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon. Her research interests lie in computer perception, which includes computer vision, sensors and sensing.
Nathan is a Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. His research is centered around developing novel sensing modalities for enabling new classes of interactive experiences.
Daehwa is a first-year Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute of Carnegie Mellon. She is interested in sensing technologies to increase the information bandwidth between humans and computers for high-fidelity interactions.
Vimal is a research associate in the lab. He's interested in creating novel ways for users to interact with the world, using his background in sensing, machine learning and robotics.
Undergrad, Masters & Other Alumni & Mentees
Susan So Eun Park
We would also like to thank the following colleagues that make our research possible and impactful:
Cindy Chepanoske, George Darakos, Chris Kissell, John Porco, John Antanitis and Queenie Kravitz.