My research area is Human-Computer Interaction, in which I focus on augmenting our productivity and creativity. I approach this through the development of the Human-Centered Interaction Language. Its cornerstone is the Human-Centered Representation, which directly reflects and dynamically adapts to our mental processes, as well as affords Human-Centered Articulation through which we can fluidly express our thoughts to digital devices via gesture and voice.
Full Conference Publications
Most work in HCI is published as conference papers, among which CHI and UIST are the premiere venues. I published all my work at these venues as full papers (longer than 10 pages).