I am a 2nd year Ph.D student in Human Centered Computing at the Human Experience Research Lab (HXRL) under Dr. Juan Gilbert at the University of Florida. In 2017 I was awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. I recieved my Bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in Computer Engineering with a minor in Math and a minor in Dance. I am intersted in studying health monitering wearable devices, mobile development and public policy. In my free time I enjoy dancing, traveling, and reading.
Html 5 / CSS 3
2013 - 2017Graduated
Participating in Hill meetings. Doing research for full time staff. Writing blog post. Completing policy trainings.
Managing all Academic Technology Labs. Creating schedules for Academic Technology Employees. Providing Customer Support.
Creating prototypes of mobile applications. Creating mobile applications. Attending and participating in daily SCRUM meetings. Competing in a Speech Program where I was chosen as one of the top 16 out of 100+ interns.
Providing Customer Support.
Providing technological support to fellow southern wine employees. Installing ans setting up technologies.
Williams, A., Posadas, B., Prioleau, D., Laurenceau, I., & Gilbert, J. E. (n.d.). User Perceptions of Haptic Fidgets on Mobile Devices for Attention and Task Performance. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94622-1_2