I am a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. I am advised by Prof. David Kotz.
My current research interest broadly focuses on development of novel mobile sensing and intervention systems for smartphones and wearable devices. I am particularly interested in sensing mental and behavioral health conditions, e.g., stress, anxiety and mood, and providing meaningful and impacting interventions.
(02/2018) Travelled to Zurich, for a week of intense collaboration with the team at CDHI, ETH Zurich. Many thanks to the wonderful folks at CDHI for hosting me.
(01/2018) I will be spending the Summer of 2018 at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, as a Research Intern in the Computational Health Behavior & Decision Science team!
(01/2018) Received Pilot Funding from the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH) for our project titled Development of an Open-Source State-of-Receptivity MobileCoach Module for mHealth Field Studies. More details.
(09/2017) Had a great time at Hawaii, for UbiComp 2017. I presented a paper in the UbiTtention workshop.