PhD Student | IIS Lab, The University of Tokyo

D. ANTONY CHACON
チャコン・D・アントニー

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Know
About me

Hello, I am a 2nd Year PhD student at the IIS-Lab run by Koji Yatani at the University of Tokyo, Japan. I am interested in topics related to Human-Computer Interaction, particularly on haptic and wearable devices. Currently, I am working on sensing biosignals with flexible thin sensors.

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MY
EDUCATION

  • 09/2018 - present

    The University of Tokyo

    Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems

    Doctor of Philosophy, Human-Computer Interaction
    Japan

  • 05/2017 - 07/2018

    The University of Melbourne

    School of Computing and Information Systems

    Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces

    Master of Philosophy, Human-Computer Interaction
    Australia

  • 03/2014 - 12/2015

    The University of Melbourne

    Department of Mechanical Engineering

    Master of Engineering (Mechatronics) with Distinction
    Australia

  • 03/2008 - 12/2012

    Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

    Department of Mechanical Engineering

    Bachelor of Science, Mechatronics Engineering
    Peru

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MY
PUBLICATIONS

  • March 2019

    CONFERENCE FULL PAPERS

    In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI ’19).

    D. Antony Chacon, Eduardo Velloso, Thuong Hoang, and Katrin Wolf.
    SpinalLog: Visuo-Haptic Feed-back in Musculoskeletal Manipulation Training. pp. 5 – 14, Best Paper Award

  • December 2018

    TALKS

    Invited talk at National Taiwan University

    D. Antony Chacon and Daisuke Shibato.
    Interactive Sensing, Wearable, and Tangible User Interfaces and Support for Programming Activities.

  • March 2019

    TALKS

    Talk at SHAPE Lab, Stanford University

    D. Antony Chacon.
    My past and current research work in Tangible User Interfaces.

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My
Projects

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Contact Me

Email

antony [at] iis-lab.org