Elin Carstensdottir is a PhD student at the College of Computer and Information Sciences at Northeastern, studying under the supervision of Dr. Seif El-Nasr. Her main research interests include: Interactive narrative/storytelling, social behavior simulation, cognitive modeling and interaction design. She is currently researching and developing methodologies for interactive storytelling among other things and looking at the implications of such methods for training, education and entertainment.
Dan Feng is a PhD student, supervised by Professor Stacy C. Marsella at the College of Computer and Information Sciences at Northeastern University. Her main research areas include human-computer interaction, virtual human and augmented reality. She is currently working on developing methodologies for training awareness and coping with oppressive scenarios. www.ccs.neu.edu/~danfeng
Jun Cai is a Masters student at the College of Engineering at Northeastern University. He is currently working on Mobile Attention Tracking and TRUST projects, specifically on developing auxiliary applications for data collection, processing, visualization and virtual character interaction.
Kunal Asarsa is a Masters student at College of Computer and Information Sciences at Northeastern University. Driven by a passion for technology and inspired by pop-culture, he is highly intrigued by the field of Artificial Intelligence. His areas of interest include Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Data Science and Human Computer Interaction. Currently a part of VPAL team, he likes to fiddle with user game-play data in search of concealed personality traits.