Danilo Gasques, M.S.
My research focuses on improving remote and co-located surgical guidance through eXtended Reality technology.
In my research, I use mixed methods to better understand user goals, co-design with stakeholders, and evaluate and explain interventions. I also develop prototypes, tools, and systems. For example, tools to facilitate the rapid-prototyping of Augmented Reality applications.
As of 2020, I am excited to share that my research is supported by an Intuitive Surgical Ph.D. Research Fellowship.
Please, reach out to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ultrasound-guided procedure training in Augmented Reality
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Collaborations are one of the things I enjoy the most. They are an exciting way of learning from peers while positively impacting society with multidisciplinary work.
CrowdPortraits / VideoMob @ Port of San Diego - Emily Grenader, Danilo Gasques (Creative Coding / Kinect&Project Installation).
CSE 198 - Mixed Reality Dojo (SPRING 2018)
VIS 147A - Computer Technologies for Art (FALL 2017)
Paper reviews (50+ works reviewed):
2022: CHI (LBW and Papers), IEEE VR 2022 (Conference and Journal Papers), TEI 2022 (Papers)
2021: UIST (papers), CSCW (papers), CHI (LBW), IUI (LBW), ISMAR (papers and posters)
2020: CHI (LBW and Papers), CSCW, TEI (Committee member / WIP), UIST (Papers)
2019: CHI (LBW), Creativity & Cognition, IMWUT, ISMAR (Posters), UIST (Papers)
2018: CHI (LBW)
2017: CHI (LBW)