Dr. Chaspari’s research focuses on the computational study of human behavior. Dr. Chaspari is the founder and Director of the HUman Bio-Behavioral Signals (HUBBS) Lab
She has worked on knowledge-driven models of physiological signals to capture human behavior in real-life through sensory-based devices and has applied these to mental and physical well-being applications relevant to health and education.
Findings from her work have benefited the domains of family studies through the prediction of interpersonal conflict between romantic partners, diabetes monitoring through the estimation of meal composition, as well as education through the development of personalized automated feedback for reducing public speaking anxiety.
A Quantum Approach to Human Cognition and the Autonomy Conundrum in Self Driving Vehicles
– Balas, Chaspari, Freer Logic, Hubbard
Adaptive Responsive Environment for Autism (AREA)
– Chaspari, Ganz, Hipwell, Hubbard, Muliana