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Faculty

Dr. Lisa Anthony, INIT Lab Director

Lisa is an Associate Professor in the CISE Department at UF. Over the last fifteen years, she has worked on multimodal and advanced interaction technologies, such as speech, touch, and gesture, especially for children in the context of educational interfaces. Lisa earned her PhD in human-computer interaction from Carnegie Mellon University in 2008, and spent two years at Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories and two years at UMBC prior to joining UF in August 2013.

 

 

PhD Students

Yu-Peng Chen, PhD in Computer Science, TBD

Yu-Peng Chen is a member of the INIT Lab and is currently working on the MyTrack+ project and the Biometrics/SATC project. His research interests include UX/UI Design, reinforcement learning, machine learning, and human-computer interaction.

 

 

Katarina Jurczyk, PhD in Human-Centered Computing, TBD

Katarina Jurczyk is a member of the INIT lab and is currently working on the TIDESS project and MyTrack+ project. Katarina’s research interests include human-computer interaction, UX/UI Design, automated systems, virtual reality, and the effect of language illiteracy on computer literacy.

 

 

Undergraduate Students

Annalina Becker, BS in Computer Science, TBD

Annalina Becker is an undergraduate research assistant in the INIT lab and is currently working on the Biometrics/SATC and ENKIx projects. She is studying Computer Science and has interests surrounding UX/UI design and mobile and web development.

 

 

Chaitra Peddireddy, BS in Computer Science, TBD

Chaitra Peddireddy is an undergraduate student majoring in computer science and statistics. She is a member of the INIT Lab and is currently working on the TIDESS and SATC projects. Chaitra is interested in machine learning, human-computer interactions, and product design.

 

 

Ishvina Singh, BS in Computer Science, TBD

Ishvina Singh is an undergraduate research assistant studying Computer Science. She is a member of the INIT lab and is currently working on the MyTrack+ project. Her interests include human-computer interactions, data analysis, and learning more about computer science topics.

 

 

Angelica Almeida, BS in Biomedical Engineering, TBD

Angelica Almeida is a biomedical engineering student and a member of the INIT Lab and is currently working on the TIDRC project. Her interests include human-computer interaction and neural engineering.

 

 

Former Students