I'm a Ph.D. student
studying Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
at Tufts University.
E-mail: tshibata (at) cs.tufts.edu
My research adviser is Prof. Robert Jacob.
Incorporating human models into a design of Implicit User Interfaces (2018).
Designing an implicit interaction for interruption management by leveraging brain mesurements (2016-2017).
Designing a touch-based text entry mechanism for wearables to address the fat-finger problem (2015).
Leveraging brain measurements to modulate notification deliveries for a head mounted, auxiliary display (2015).
Leveraging brain measurements to improve target acquisitions (2014).
Java with Object-Oriented Design syndrome, a sort of illness making me to think everything as object.
An Implicit Dialogue Injection System for Interruption Management
ACM ICPS Augmented Human International Conference AH 2019
pdf | ACM DL
United States Patent, US 10,254,900 B2. Apr. 9, 2019
DriftBoard: A Panning-Based Text Entry Technique for Ultra-Small Touchscreens
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2016
| ACM DL
Text Entry for Ultra-Small Touchscreens Using a Fixed Cursor and Movable Keyboard
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI 2016 (Interactivity Demonstration)
| ACM DL
Phylter: A System for Modulating Notifications in Wearables Using Physiological Sensing
Human-Computer Interaction International HCII 2015
Brain-Based Target Expansion
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2014
Building Implicit Interfaces for Wearable Computers with Physiological Inputs: Zero Shutter Camera and Phylter
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology UIST 2014 (Poster)
| Zero Shutter Camera on GitHub
| ACM DL
Stack and Vector
: Introduction to Computer Science
with Prof. Mike Shah
(covering lecture) (Jun. 2017)
Graduate Teaching Assistant Experiences
- Comp 11: Introduction to Computer Science
- Comp 15: Data Structures
- Comp 86: Object-Oriented Programming for Graphical User Interfaces
- Comp 150-SEN: Software Engineering Foundations
- Comp 171: Human-Computer Interaction
- Comp 177: Visualization