Background: I grew up in New Delhi (1994-2000 & 2004-2011) and Vishakhapatnam (2000-04). Received a Bachelor’s of Design from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati (2011-2015). Then got a Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction (in the Design, Informal, and Creative Education program), advised by Matthew Berland.
In my current position, I work with Marcelo Worsley, primarily on the SportSense project leading the tech development of numerous tools and activities for sports spaces, implementation of different curricula using these tools, and research around these implementations. I also help mentor undergraduates and graduate students in the lab and assist with research across some of the other ongoing projects as well.
|Apr 13, 2023||Presenting across projects at AERA 2023 in Chicago, IL, USA.|
|Mar 15, 2023||Attending SIGCSE in Toronto, Canada to co-present posters on our introducting programmable sports technologies at a summer sports camp.|
|Jan 11, 2023||Attending EAAI Symposium to present our work on Scratch for Sports in Washington, D.C., USA.|
ILESCAMP: an analytical framework for examining flexible social playfulness around interactive museum exhibitsInteractive Learning Environments 2022
BJETSupporting collaborative classroom networks through technology: An actor network theory approach to understanding social behaviours and designBritish Journal of Educational Technology 2022
IDCYouth Experiences with Authentically Embedded Computer Science in SportIn Interaction Design and Children 2022
Comm. StudiesProcedural Collaboration in Educational Games: Supporting Complex System Understandings in Immersive Whole Class SimulationsCommunication Studies 2021