Human Computer Interaction Institute
Amy Hurst is a PhD student in the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University under the advisement of Jen Mankoff and Scott Hudson. Her thesis work is on building interactive software that is able to automatically adapt to user needs. She is specifically interested in pointing interfaces for motor impaired users, and uses techniques from context aware computing, machine learning, human performance studies, and interaction design to build her systems.
Update June 2, 2010: Amy has graduated and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.