Ph.D student in Information Systems
New Jersey Institute of Technology
I am a PhD student at New Jersey Institute of Technology in the Department of Informatics and my advisor is Dr. Mark Cartright. My research interests lie in accessibility, HCI, and sound. I am currently interested in working with people who are deaf, Deaf, and Hard of Hearing to explore the potential of technology on their interaction with sound. I'm a beginner in American Sign Language.
I got an M.S. in Integrated Design & Media at New York University, working closely with Dr. Amy Hurst, Dr. Luke Dubois, and Professor Benedetta Piantella. I got my B.S. in Mathematics & Computer Science at Temple University and B.A. in Liberal Arts at International Christian University.
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Any programmable matters
- Pursuing Ph.D. in Information Systems at New Jersey Institute of Technology, U.S.
- M.S. in Integrated Digital Media at New York Univrsity, U.S.
- B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics at Temple University, U.S.
- B.A. in Liberal Arts at International Christian University, Japan.
- Making Math Graphs More Accessible in Remote Learning: Using Sonification to Introduce Discontinuity in Calculus (2021)
- Making the Elusive More Tangible: Remote tools and techniques for teaching web development to screen reader users (2021)
- Accessible Computing Education in Colleges and Universities [White paper] (2021)
- Solar-Powered Server: Designing for a More Energy Positive Internet (2020)
- Implementing Grover’s Algorithm on the IBM Quantum Computers (2018)
- Judotherapist Patient Handbook (2016)