I am a 5th year PhD student in the EECS department
at the University of Michigan, advised by Professor Steve Oney
. I study human-computer interaction and am interested in designing intuitive programming tools for developers and end-users.
I currently am exploring ways to make creating, generalizing, and editing web macros more intuitive and visual. I also have designed a programming-by-demonstration system for creating responsive user interfaces.
Previously I interned in the HCI and Visualization group at Autodesk Research
and the EPIC
group at Microsoft Research, and worked as a software engineer at MathWorks. I received my SB and MEng in Computer Science from MIT, where I was advised by Professor Rob Miller