I am a Master of Computer Science candidate at the University of Victoria, co-supervised by Dr. Daniela Damian and Dr. Melanie Tory. I am part of the SEGAL lab and the Visual Interaction and Design Lab. I obtained my BSc. Degree in Computer Science from the University of Victoria in 2013.

My research interests lie in the intersection of Computer Science and the Medical Sciences. I am interested in building and researching technology that improves human health and lifestyle. My current research is focused on the use of tabletop surfaces in Medical laboratories.

I also have a side interest in artificial intelligence and the philosophy of computer science. In particular I like thinking about the many ethical considerations relating to software engineering and computer science.

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  • Lloyd Montgomery, Guy Evans, Francis Harrison, and Daniela Damian. Towards a Live Anonymous Question Queue to Address Student Apprehension. The 20th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education. (WCCCE) May 2015.
  • Froese, Maria-Elena, Melanie Tory, Guy-Warwick Evans, and Kedar Shrikhande. “Evaluation of static and dynamic visualization training approaches for users with different spatial abilities.” Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on 19, no. 12 (2013): 2810-2817.

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