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Biography
Pedro Lopes is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of Chicago. Pedro focuses on integrating computer interfaces with the human body—exploring the interface paradigm that supersedes wearable computing. Some of these new integrated devices include a muscle stimulation wearable that allows users to manipulate tools they have never seen before. Pedro’s work has received a number of academic awards, such as four ACM CHI/UIST Best Papers. Pedro’s research also captured the interest of the public & media, covered by the New York Times, and was exhibited at Ars Electronica & World Economic Forum.
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