I am a Human-Computer Interaction researcher. My research interests lie at the intersection of ubiquitous computing, health informatics, and applications in real-world problems of health and social connections.
My research aims to bring about a more personalized and a
more meaningful future for mobile and ubiquitous computing by tracking and making sense of the simple actions that people do in their everyday lives to reveal rich behavioral patterns and help people achieve their goals. My research uses reflection and visualization of data as a means to foster better collaboration and communication patterns to help people get their work done.
I am currently a research scientist at FXPAL, located near Palo Alto, California. Prior to joining FXPAL, I started an HCI group in personal and connected health at Philips Research North America, now located in Cambridge, MA, formerly in near New York City.
I enjoy collaborating with others in academia and industry, so please contact me if you would like to discuss a project together.
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Email: matt [ at ] mattllee.com