Chris Hill
PhD Student • HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION, HUMAN AUGMENTATION, CHILDREN'S EDUCATION, WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
ATLAS Institute

Chris Hill is a Ph.D. student in Creative Technology and Design advised by Ann Eisenberg and Mirela Alistar. He is a McNair Scholar, a Google CS Research Mentorship participant, and he received honorable mention in the 2020 Computing Research Association Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher awards. His research interests lie in human augmentation, sensory extension, transhumanism, biohacking and educational technology. These interests have led to the development of open-source sensory extension and augmentation devices that he hopes will be replicated, accelerating scientific discovery and building stronger development communities in the field.

Publications

  • Hill, C., Schneider, M., Eisenberg, A.Gross, M. and Blum, A. 2020. A Wearable Meter That Actively Monitors the Continuity of E-Textile Circuits as They Are Sewn, In Proceedings of the 2020 FabLearn - 9th Annual Conference on Maker Education (FabLearn '20). (New York–Oct. 10-11, 2020). 
     
  • Schneider, M., Hill, C.,  Eisenberg, A.Gross, M. and Blum, A. 2020. A Software Debugger for E-textiles and Arduino Microcontrollers, In Proceedings othe 2020 FabLearn - 9th Annual Conference on Maker Education (FabLearn '20) (New York–Oct. 10-11, 2020).