Elizabeth Murnane

Elizabeth Murnane is a postdoctoral scholar in the Human-Computer Interaction group in the Computer Science department at Stanford University. Elizabeth's overarching research goal is to design, build, and study the impact of human-centered technologies that are aware of idiosyncratic user needs and empower people in managing various aspects of their daily lives and wellbeing. She is particularly compelled by applications that address societal challenges in areas including health, education, and sustainability. Liz received her PhD from Cornell, her bachelor's from MIT, and started and lead engineered a CSAIL spinoff in between. More details can be found on her website.


Artistic Vision: Providing Contextual Photography Guidance for Rapid In-Camera Iteration

PI: Prof. Dr. James A. Landay Abstract Designers have long known the benefits of iteration and rapid prototyping. Many … > mehr