Sort byPh.D. students who started in 2010:

Deana Brown Deana Brown Nick Davis Nick Davis Hwajung Hong Hwajung Hong C.J. Hutto C.J. Hutto Caleb Southern Caleb Southern Edison Thomaz Edison Thomaz Alex Zook Alex Zook

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Deana Brown

Deana Brown

Started 2010

Advisor Dr. Rebecca Grinter

Lab Work2Play

Area Human-Computer Interaction

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Research Interests Technology and International Development

Nicholas “Nick” Davis

Nicholas “Nick” Davis

Started 2010

Advisors Dr. Mark Riedl & Dr. Ellen Do

Lab Entertainment Intelligence Lab

Area Cognitive Science

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Research Interests I am interested in creativity and creativity support tools in the domain of visual art.

Hwajung Hong

Hwajung Hong

Started 2010

Advisors Dr. Gregory Abowd & Dr. Rosa Arriaga

Lab Ubiquitous Computing

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C.J. Hutto

C.J. Hutto

Started 2010

Advisor Dr. Eric Gilbert

Lab comp.social

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests My research interests revolve around the study of interpersonal influence and persuasion as mediated by social media technology. I do this via characterizations of human cognitive and social relationships. I'm in Eric Gilbert's Social Computing Lab.

Caleb Southern

Caleb Southern

Started 2010

Advisor Dr. Gregory Abowd

Lab Ubiquitous Computing

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Research Interests the HCI of touch, as both an input and output

Edison Thomaz

Edison Thomaz

Started 2010

Advisor Dr. Gregory Abowd

Lab Ubiquitous Computing

Area Human-Computer Interaction

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Research Interests Personal health informatics, activity recognition, HCI, computational health

Alexander “Alex” Zook

Alexander “Alex” Zook

Started 2010

Advisors Dr. Mark Riedl & Dr. Brian Magerko

Lab Entertainment Intelligence Lab

Area Artificial Intelligence

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Research Interests computational creativity, game design, procedural content generation, cognitive science, digital games, game analytics