Human computer interaction, ubiquitous computing
Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, sensing, accessibility
Human-computer interaction, accessibility, 3D printing of custom assistive technologies
Ubiquitous computing, sensing, human-computer interaction, embedded systems
Nick is a postdoctoral researcher with the Taskar Center for Accessible Technology doing work in mapping and analyzing individual-level pedestrian accessibility of public spaces with graph theoretic interpretations of equity. His doctoral work involved the development of the OpenSidewalks and AccessMap projects that, respectively, define and collect open pedestrian transportation network data for a wide set of use cases and interpret that data into a user-friendly and individually-customizable web map.
Graduate Students (CSE)
Non-CSE Grad Students