D. Yvette Wohn, Assistant Professor in Information Systems
Dr. Wohn‘s research area is in human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-mediated communication. Much of her research focuses on motivations, social capital, and non-conscious habits through the lens of “soft sustainability.” Understanding the social and psychological elements of sustainable technology use is especially important in the context of education and health.
Anchita komalchan Likhar
Anchita is a second year Master’s student majoring in Information Systems with a concentration in User Experience Research. She pursued her Bachelor’s in Information Technology from the University of Nagpur, India. She has worked for 2 years for an IT firm as a Software Engineer. As a part of the Masters program, she has worked on designing a Recommendation system for school students helping them to choose courses that align with their passion. Currently, she is working with a research team, to study the future of telehealth applications for women’s health. Her research interest lies in understanding how technology and mobile platforms (mobile applications) can be used to provide a customized solution to stay fit and healthy.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Basma is a third year undergraduate student majoring in Biology and minoring in Science, Technology, and Society. She has worked on the Virtual Sisters Focus Group Project and the Color Mood Project. She hopes that her research work will help connect and benefit the women on campus as well as helping people have a better understanding of their moods. Basma hopes to expand her research to focus on peoples’ psychological well being. She is a member of the NJIT XC/TF team and is a volunteer EMT for West Essex First Aid Squad.
Victor is a fourth year undergraduate student in Human-Computer Interaction at NJIT. He has worked with both User Experience Design and User Interface throughout his time at the college. He hopes that his research in the lab will be beneficial to social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter. His main interests include playing piano in his spare time and listening to video game soundtracks.
Juan is a third-year undergraduate student majoring in Human-computer Interaction and minoring in Computer Science at NJIT. He is a fan of applying human-centered design principles to improve mobile experiences. He hopes that his research in the lab will help explain and transform how humans interact with everyday technology. His main interests include playing video games and listening to instrumental music while he creates cool things that help people. His website is www.jsrios.com.
Priya Rajbabu is a junior at NJIT’s Albert Dorman Honors College. In the lab she analyzed financial data related to Daily Fantasy Sports as part of a Yahoo-funded project. Priya interned this summer as a Software Engineer at American Express. She plans to attend graduate school to complete a Master’s degree in Computer Science or Quantitative Finance.
Jeremy Birnholtz, Northwestern University Social Media Lab
Brian J. Bowe, Western Washington University
Caleb T. Carr, Illinois State University
Eun-kyoung Choe, University of Maryland
Nicole Ellison, University of Michigan
Guo Freeman, University of Cincinnati
Rebecca Hayes, Illinois State University
Cliff Lampe, University of Michigan
Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research
Yu-Hao Lee, University of Florida
SJ Min, Pace University
Wei Peng, Michigan State University
Katie Quehl, Yahoo
Rabindra (Robby) Ratan, Michigan State University
Indraneel Kulkarni (2017), Atisha Poojari (2016), Leiping Gong (2016), Calvin Allemand (2016), Emma Washington-Freeman (2016), Han Wang (2015), Rohit Kadam (2015).
Turki Alelyani, Nidhish Dave, Erick Sanchez, Yu Cao, Mary Schneider, Rempee Kalia, Cassio Maciel Leal, Roseli Andrion, Felipe Schiquetti, Mousa Ahmadi, Sona Patel, Kira Hoffman, Temilade Afolabi