Graduate Research Assistant
Clayton Feustel is a computer science Ph.D. student working in both the SimTigrate Design Lab and the Everyday Computing Lab. He has undergraduate and master’s degrees in computer science from Georgia Tech. Clayton’s interests lie at the intersection of ubiquitous computing, environmental psychology, and health informatics. His previous work examines personal informatics systems and how novel methods of data presentation influence reflection and people’s interaction with health data. More recently, Clayton has begun to explore how environmental data can be incorporated into mobile health systems to capture a more holistic understanding of one’s health and health behavior. In particular, Clayton is investigating how environmental conditions (e.g., sound) affect the experience and health outcomes of an aging population.