PhD Student



About Carlos

I am a PhD student in the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, specializing in Human-Computer Interaction.

My research explores acoustic based interactions into daily objects, with as little of extra instrumentation as possible. I employ machine learning techniques to make sense of sensor data and enable further interaction modalities into our devices. I approach my research in two parts: 1) Identify useful features to be extracted, depending on the situation, and 2) Employing machine learning concepts to transform sensor input into actions.

I am advised by Daniel Ashbrook at the Future Everyday Technologies Lab.