Eliciting Security & Privacy-Informed Sharing Techniques for Multi-User Augmented Reality (To Appear in CHI 2023)
Shwetha Rajaram, Chen Chen, Franziska Roesner, Michael Nebeling
I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information, where I am a member of the Information Interaction Lab, advised by Dr. Michael Nebeling.
My research explores how to enable non-technical users to create augmented and virtual reality experiences while guiding them towards safer and more privacy-friendly design. To do this, I develop and evaluate AR/VR authoring tools and design methods that educate users about potential safety, security & privacy harms and equip them with tools to mitigate these issues.
Previously, I completed my undergrad in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan with a minor in Art & Design.