Christian E. López B. is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University. He holds a Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology, NY. He has worked as an Industrial Engineer in both the Service and Manufacturing sectors before pursuing his Ph.D.
Starting in Fall 2019, he will be an Assistant Professor in Computer Science with an affiliation in Mechanical Engineering at Lafayette College.
I am interested in the design and optimization of intelligent decision support systems and persuasive technologies to augment human proficiencies. My research over the last few years has focused on the development of machine learning methods that personalize the human learning process and enhance the efficiency of task completion and decision making. Currently I am working on the analysis and design of personalized persuasive systems to improve the motivation and task performance of individuals. I am a member of the Design Analysis Technology Advancement (D.A.T.A.) Laboratory at Penn State.
-Machine Learning & Data Science
-Human Factors & Human-Computer Interaction
-Persuasive Technologies & Gamification
-Engineering Desing and Education