I am a Senior Researcher at the Machine Teaching Group.
My Research DNA is about Human-Computer Interaction (although I think Human-Information Interaction is a better, more humanistic term) and over the years I have has acquired what has been reliably diagnosed as an incurable Design and Engineering problem. My passion is to empower people by making information and technology accessible, enjoyable, and useful to all. I do this by researching, rediscovering, designing and crafting solutions as appropriate. I love interdisciplinary work that aims to solve hard problems, and that challenges me to learn.
I am a graduate from the University of Toronto’s DGP lab, as well as the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Prior to my position at MSR, I worked as a Senior Design Technologist and later UX Scientist at Amazon, and as a Scientist Microsoft.