Research interests:

Human-Computer Interaction, Cross-Device Experience, Computer-Mediated Communication, Personal Information Management, Time, Social Psychology, Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing.

Latest news:

We were invited to write a paper for the IEEE Computer’s column “Indistinguishable from Magic”. This article provides an abridged version of our CHI 2017 paper. You can read it here.


Our paper “Always On(line)? User Experience of Smartwatches and their Role within Multi-Device Ecologies” has been accepted at CHI 2017. You can find a short video preview here. [paper pdf]


In Sept. 2016, I received funding from the EPSRC Balance Network to carry out some research on The Role of Microboundaries in ICT for Work-Life Balance.


Our paper “Finding email in a multi-account, multi-device world”, co-authored with MSR researchers, received Best Paper Award and will be presented at CHI 2016. [paper pdf]

ucl - 7Teaching Assistant in Computer Science BSc and MSc degrees for HCI-related courses.

Member of the Athena SWAN committee to ensure gender athena-swan-logoequality in the Psychology and Language Sciences dept.


Research Internship at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) in summer 2015, working in the Human Experience & Design group.