I teach both graduate and undergraduate courses, as well as advise PhD projects, IQPs and MQPs. I enjoy teaching because it's a dynamic and innovative process that challenges me to continually evaluate and adjust my teaching strategies to prepare my students for today’s global and competitive business environment. Teaching is also one the most rewarding experiences in my career because it allows me to witness my students' growth and accomplishments.
WPI’s User Experience and Decision Making Laboratory brings leading-edge UX technology to students. Using methods such as observation and physiological measuring (e.g., eye tracking), you’ll learn about the entire user interface design experience. Collaborations between industry leaders and academic researchers invite further innovation from different perspectives and approaches. User experience research focuses on how to improve human-technology interaction using innovation and a comprehensive approach. WPI’s user experience research integrates features such as design or information processing behavior using state-of-the-art eye-tracking devices. Understanding the correlation between the human computer interaction, user experience, and the value and success of a product is essential for future IUX leaders.
WPI has user experience research in various areas such as web and mobile technologies, eye tracking and neuro Information systems (NeuroIS), and decision support systems (DSS). Read more about ongoing IUX projects.