Associate Professor of Human-Centered Computing | UMBC
Amy Hurst is an associate professor of Human-Centered Computing in the Information Systems Department at UMBC and studies accessibility challenges in real-world settings. Her research focuses on addressing accessibility problems understanding diverse user’s abilities, habits, and preferences. At UMBC she founded the Prototyping and Design Lab (a collaborative making space for technologists and artists) and is an active member of the Interactive Systems Research Center. Amy received her PhD in Human-Computer Interaction from the HCII at Carnegie Mellon in 2010 and has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.
Challenges and Opportunities for Integrating 3D Printing into Physical Therapy