Hari Sundaram is currently an Associate Professor at Arizona State University, holding a joint appointment with the School of Arts Media and Engineering and Computer Science.
David Tinapple is part artist, part engineer. Central to his art practice is the creation of his own tools for capturing and exploring images, video, sound, and human interaction.
Daragh Byrne is an Assistant Research Professor with the School of Arts Media and Engineering. The majority of his work is situated within the lifelogging domain, or the capture of personal experience through digital means.
Aisling Kelliher is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Arts Media and Engineering. She holds the position of Associate Professor in the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University.
Alex Abreu is an engineer, designer, and inventor who has developed interactive experiences for companies like KBS+P, Spies & Assassins, Yahoo, and Freelancers Union among others. He has a cross-functional skill set in hardware, software, and visual design.
Gye Won Gho (also known as Kay) received his MFA in Computer Arts: New Media at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California in 2006 and earned a BFA in Visual Communication Design in South Korea in 2002. He has also worked as an Art Director for the Interactive Creative Division of Cheil USA.
Tien is currently a Computer Science Ph.D. student at Arizona State University working with Dr. Hari Sundaram. His research interests are in data mining and social networks.
Shawn Nikkila is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science with a concentration in Arts, Media, and Engineering at Arizona State University. Shawn's current research interests include examining ways in which we can use technology to better understand aspects of our lives that are normally taken for granted.
John is a Ph.D. student in Educational Technology with a concentration in Arts, Media + Engineering at Arizona State University whose interests are social media, narrative storytelling, embodied mixed-media learning, mobile learning, affective computing, instructional design, and gaming.
Kaushik Sarkar is a Computer Science Ph.D. student at Arizona State University working with Dr. Hari Sundaram. He is currently investigating different sampling techniques to better understand and predict behavior diffusion processes in a social network.
Ryan Spicer is a Media Arts and Sciences Ph.D student investigating how machine learning techniques can be combined with novel user interfaces to help people tell better stories.
Nicole Williams is a Media Arts + Sciences Doctoral Student in the School of Arts Media + Engineering. Her research interests are in the design and development of interactive, multi-modal media systems with a focus upon materiality and haptic feedback.
Vaishnav Desai is a graduate student pursuing his MS degree in Computer Science at Arizona State University working under the guidance of Dr. Hari Sundaram. His current research interest is in examining Human Activity Verification in the context of sustainability.
Anindita Dey is currently a Masters student in Computer Science working with Dr. Hari Sundaram. Anindita's research interests span the interdisciplinary areas of computational social sciences. Specifically, she is interested in understanding how behavior difussion takes place within a social network.
Neel is currently a Computer Science, Masters student at Arizona State University and is working with Dr. Hari Sundaram. His research interests lie at the intersection of social networks and information search.