INFO 6120 Ubiquitous Computing

Teaching Assistant , Spring 2021
Cornell Tech

This course introduces students to the field of Ubiquitous Computing – a multidisciplinary research area that draws from Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Device Making, Human Computer Interaction, as well as from Psychology and Sociology. We highlight various challenges in data collection, representation of models, and evaluation. We also brain-storm ideas on how future research can tackling some of these challenges. Formal lectures, hands on exercises/lab along with discussions will be equally important aspects of the course.

CS/INFO 5304 Data Science in the Wild

Teaching Assistant , Winter 2020
Cornell Tech

Massive amounts of data are collected by many companies and organizations and the task of a data scientist is to extract actionable knowledge from the data – for scientific needs, to improve public health, to promote businesses, for social studies and for various other purposes. This course focuses on the practical aspects of the field and will attempt to provide a comprehensive set of tools for extracting knowledge from data. This course covers large dataset processing environment (Spark), data cleaning, data visualization, data streaming, and large-scale ML, DL and RL. 

Course Website [LINK]

HCID 521 Prototyping Studio

Teaching Assistant , Winter 2019
University of Washington
Master of Human-Computer Interaction and Design

Prototyping studio is a project-based active learning class focused on embodied interactions. Students will explore physical computing, hardware and software integration, and alternative input and output modalities. Students will create prototypes of different forms with different degrees of fidelity and use each to explore potential design decisions and product directions. Students will build upon prototyping methods learned in Ideation Studio and explore new ways of identifying opportunities for product ideas. The output of the class will be a single product concept and an appropriate high-fidelity prototype of that concept.

Lecture: 2D Prototyping [LINK]