Aqueasha Martin-Hammond explores the use of computers as tools that can change and motivate human behavior, and how technology can assist older adults and support aging in place. An assistant professor at SOIC, her research focuses on human-computer interaction, examining health and accessibility challenges, and ways to design and develop technology that can help.

  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Accessibility
  • Intelligent user interfaces
  • Persuasive health technology
  • Health informatics
Bioinformatics, Management Information Systems, Information Science/Systems, Computer Science
PhD, Clemson University, Computer Science, 2014
MS, University of Alabama, Computer Science, 2007
BS, Tougaloo College, Computer Science, 2005