HCI, Cross-Device Experience, Computer-Mediated Communication, Personal Information Management, Time, Social Psychology, Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing
[NEW! NOVEMBER 2019] I’m looking for a PhD student to work on designing interventions for work-life balance in the gig economy. The studentship starts in October 2019 and is fully funded! Deadline to apply is 25th January 2019. Read more details here.
For more information, please see the advert on FindAPhD. For informal inquiries, feel free to email me.
I have joined nor.sc lab and NORTHLab at Northumbria University as Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Computer and Information Sciences Department.
I’m collaborating on a UCL Grand Challenge funded project to help junior doctors improve their resilience and work-life balance. Check out the iWARDs website – we will soon be recruiting!
I am serving as Technical Program Chair Assistant for CHI 2018, which will be held in Montreal, 21-26 April 2018.
We were invited to write a paper for IEEE’s flagship magazine, Computer, where we discuss the role of smartwatches for work-life balance in our article“Smartwatches: Digital Handcuffs or Magic Bracelets?” [IEEE Xplore] [pre-print version].
I’ve created a website to collect results, resources, and recruitment info from my PhD research and related projects I am working on. Check it out at Digital Boundaries.
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. [pdf] [video of my talk]
In Sept. 2016, I received funding as PI 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, in San Jose, CA. [pdf] [presentation] [Stanford Scholar video] [featured in ACM CR 21st Annual Best of Computing]
I’m doing a research internship and attending the summer school at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) in summer 2015, working in the Human Experience & Design group.
I am a teaching assistant in Computer Science BSc and MSc degrees for HCI-related courses.
My first ever CHI paper was accepted at CHI2015. I will be presenting our work on professional differences in email use in Seoul, South Korea, during my first visit to Asia. [pdf] [presentation] [video preview]