Best Paper Honorable Mention
Our paper on redesigning clinical alerts received the LBW Best Paper Honorable Mention at CHI 2016 (top 5%).
I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing.
My research interest lies in studying novel interaction experiences and input technologies. Previously, I have designed, built, and evaluated gesture-based interactions for large displays.
To design effective clinical alerts, I study sociotechnical systems in healthcare with Davide Bolchini. I also collaborate with Karl F. MacDorman on uncanny valley research. I spent the summer of 2015 with Kenton O'Hara at the Human Experience & Design group at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK)—working on social devices.
Ph.D. Candidate in Human-Computer Interaction
Master of Science in Computer Science
Stony Brook University
Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering
West Bengal University of Technology (India)