Donald W. Feddersen Distinguished Professor in Mechanical Engineering
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (by courtesy)
Professor of Educational Studies, College of Education (by courtesy)
Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University
Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue
Senior Ph.D. student and a researcher in the Human-Computer Interaction.
Ph.D. student, Mechanical Engineering, focusing on robotics, augmented reality, and deep learning in Human-Computer Interaction.
Master's student, Mechanical Engineering, focusing on mechanical design, product development, tangible and wearable devices, prototyping, robotic systems, 3D printing, customizable products, computer aided design, control of electromechanical systems, and mixing art with engineering.
PhD student, Mechanical Engineering, focusing one biomechanics behind human-computer interactions, data visualization and data analysis.
Ph.D student, Mechanical Engineering, focusing on Human-Computer Interactions and Digital interface development for Augmented Reality (AR), embedding Artificial Intelligence (AI) in AR interface development, Skill transfer through AR, tangible interfaces and geometric modeling.
Ph.D. student, Mechanical Engineering, focusing on Collaborative Robotics, Augmented Reality and Product Design in Human-Computer Interaction.
Ph.D. student, Electrical and Computer Engineering, focusing on computer vision, machine learning and its application to Augmented Reality (AR) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
Master's student, Electrical and Computer Engineering, focusing on embedding computer vision and AI with Human-Computer Interaction(HCI), and exploring Augmented-Reality (AR) systems for skill transfer.