About Me

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I am an Assistant Professor in the Human-Centered Computing Department in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).  My research is in the areas of Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing, Accessibility, and Health Informatics. I work with users to design and build persuasive and personalized systems that assist in accessing, navigating and understanding health-related information and navigating the computing devices independently.

I completed my Postdoctoral Training with Amy Hurst in the Department of Information Systems at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science with a focus in HCI from Clemson University in 2014 under the advisement of Juan E. Gilbert. I received an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama, Birmingham and a B.S. in Computer Science with an emphasis in Mathematics from Tougaloo College.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Martin-Hammond, A., Vemireddy, S., and Rao, K. (2018). Engaging Older Adults in the Participatory Design of Intelligent Health Search Tools. In the Proceedings of 12th EAI International Conference of Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, PervasiveHealth ’18, May 21–24, 2018, New York, NY, USA.

Martin-Hammond, A., Rao, K., Vemireddy, S., Tsai, Y., and Nallam, P. Toward Intelligent Tools to Support Older Adults’ Health Information Seeking and Management Practices.  CHI 2018 Workshop of Designing Interactions for the Ageing Populations, April 2018.  Montréal, Canada.

Martin-Hammond, A., Hamidi, F., Bhalerao, T., Ali, A., Hornback, C. Means, C., and Hurst, A. (2018). Designing and Adaptive Web Navigation Interface for Users with Variable Pointing Performance.  In Proceedings of the Internet of Accessible Things (W4A ’18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 31, 10 pages.

Martin-Hammond, A., Majumdar, S., and Rao, K. Exploring the Usefulness of Voice Input of Health Information on Smartphones for Older Adults. Computer-Human Interaction Workshop on Designing Mobile Interactions for Older Adults, May 2017.