Doug Wightman is a PhD student. He studies how programming changes as computers are provided with more information about their users. He wants programming to become as natural as speaking. Doug completed an MSc at Stanford and built an electronic medical record company in Los Angeles prior to joining the HML. Stop by for a brainstorm - Friday afternoons at 2:30.
Dustin Freeman is a recent graduate from the Mathematics and Engineering program at Queen's University who developed an interest in HCI in his final year. His specific interests include ubiquitous computing and fostering multi-user creativity.
In his spare time, he is involved in the Kingston theatre scene as an actor, writer, director and producer. He has learned a great deal from his experiences performing and teaching improvisational theatre.