Anne Marie Piper

Anne Marie Piper investigates natural user interfaces to support communication, social interaction, and developmental needs of people throughout the lifespan. Her work focuses on technology-based solutions for individuals with disabilities and older adults. In the past she has designed and developed interactive technologies for people with speech, language, hearing, and social disabilities. She has worked as a user experience researcher at Microsoft and LeapFrog.

Education

PhDCognitive Science, University of California, San Diego
MAEducation, Stanford University
BSGeorgia Institute of Technology

Awards and Honors

UCSD Interdisciplinary Scholar Award, 2011

ACM Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS) Best Student Technical Paper, 2010

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2004-2009

Anne Marie Piper

Assistant Professor

Department:

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Office:

Frances Searle Building
2240 Campus Drive, Room 2-144
Evanston, IL 60208

Phone:

847-467-4198