CCG Lab, 2nd floor TSRB
kimberly dot weaver at gatech dot edu
kimaxu at gmail dot com
I'm a Human-Centered Computing Ph.D. student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. My primary research area is at the intersection of mobile computing, learning sciences, and assistive technology. Currently I am researching how to teach American Sign Language to hearing parents of Deaf children using mobile devices.
In Summer 2010, I interned at IBM Almaden in San Jose working on mobile information preview. In Summer 2009, I worked as a researcher for the Technologie-Zentrum Informatik (TZI) at the University of Bremen in Germany focusing on the use of wearable computers for work, learning, and leisure.
My skills include programming (C++, C#, C, Java, Android SDK, Python, Flex, iOS), study design, and statistical analysis.
For more information on current and past research projects and presentations click here.