I am a fourth year PhD student in the CIS department at Temple University. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Messiah College in 2010, and my master’s degree in Software Engineering from Penn State in 2015. Before returning to school full-time, I worked in industry as a software development consultant, and as a software engineer for Lockheed Martin.
My primary research centers on secure and efficient design of mobile and IoT systems, with a particular focus on configurability and physical access control for mobile augmented reality. I also have inter-disciplinary projects in applied mobile and IoT solutions to assist older adults suffering from cognitive decline, and in expanding and improving educational practices for undergrads in computer science.
Research / Teaching Interests
Mobile and IoT Development, Software Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction
Department of Computer & Information Science
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