Mayank Goel is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Software Research and Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science. His research interests are in the areas of Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing, Sensing, Signal Processing, and Applications of Machine Learning. He regularly collaborates with mechanical and biomedical engineers as well as doctors, nurses, and community health workers. Some of his inventions are deployed in clinics around the world and licensed to many companies, including Alphabet Inc. and Tandem Launch, Inc. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Washington, M.S. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and B.Tech. in CSE from GGS Indraprastha University. As a Ph.D. student, Mayank was a recipient of a Donald C Whitworth Fellowship and a Microsoft Research Ph.D. Fellowship.

Current Students

Ph.D. Student
Human-Computer Interaction
Ph.D. Student
Human-Computer Interaction
Ph.D. Student
Human-Computer Interaction
Masters Student
IIT Madras
Masters Student
Computer Science
Ph.D. Student
Societal Computing

Former PhD Students

Allen Institute (AI2)
Meta Reality Labs

Former Visiting Researchers and Collaborators

Ph.D. student at University of Michigan
Engineer at Google

Former Masters Students

Saksham Chitkara
Min Yan Beh
Priyanka Raja
Samadrita Das

Former Undergraduate Students

Christine Wu
Dhruv Verma
Diana Li
Jett Hays
Katelyn Morrison
Kusha Maharaj
Nelson Wong
Phoebe Song
Sejal Bhalla
Vivek Shankar
Yuchen Liang
Zachary Wade

Former Highschool Students

Andrew Liu
UC Berkeley
Daniel Huss
Prayag Vemulapalli
Washington Univ in St. Louis
Sanjay Seshan
Yuchen Liang