Mathematics, Robotics, Human-Computer Interfaces, Education I have broad research interests and am especially drawn to new and innovative ideas that are not yet well developed in the literature. My current graduate students are involved in designing and testing novel human-computer and human-robot interfaces, including: 1) an interface that uses sound to display images to blind users, 2) a wrist-worn sensor for detecting finger motions (for air-typing), 3) a magnetic position-tracking system, and 4) an interface for controlling a remote surgical robot. In addition to supervising graduate-level research, I am actively engaged in theoretical research, particularly the invention/discovery of new mathematical structures that describe nature and engineering systems.
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Intelligent and creative individual with exceptional writing abilities and a passion for mathematics and thinking in general.
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