Research Interests

I envision a future where first responders receive support from cutting-edge technology, ensuring consistent service quality regardless of the time. Augmented reality could be crucial in aiding healthcare workers with various tasks, from coordinating teams to remote assistance. Integrating AR headsets into the emergency medical system toolkit—for first responders, EMTs, and paramedics—can enhance the speed and quality of care. Given that the U.S. EMS system is overburdened, leveraging such technological support could save lives.

My PhD work specifically focuses on how augmented and virtual reality systems can improve medical workflows. I have worked on various AR/VR applications, including education, accessibility, and teamwork. My current work is on various AR applications to support HCWs in the emergency department.


Publications


Education


Research Affiliations

Undergraduate Research Assistant, Duration: Sep 2020 - May 2022

Teaching

INFO 4505/5505 - Computing and Global Development

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2024 at Cornell University, Instructor: Vashistha, A.

COMM 1101 - Introduction to Communication

Guest Lecturer, Fall 2023 at Cornell University, Instructor: Margolin, D.


Posters and Demos


Service

Treasurer, ISGSA, Aug 2022 - Present · 1 year 9 months
Reviewer, ACM HRI, 2024
Reviewer, ACM CHI, 2024
Organizing Committee, Information Science Research Retreat, 2023

Talks and Tutorials

Live VR scanning, Neurosalon: Life History Lab

Unity Teaching


Grants

CIS Dream Grant


Industry

Software Engineer Intern
May 2021 - Aug 2021 · 3 months
Software Engineer Intern
May 2020 - Aug 2020 · 3 months
Software Engineer Intern
May 2019 - Aug 2019 · 3 months

Organizations

ACM SIGCHI

IEEE VR


Leadership

Hackathon Club

Photo Club


Software Artifacts and Datasets

Social Sensory Sub


Personal Projects

Vital AR, Cornell Health Hackathon


Mentoring


Professional Certifications

EMT