Andrew D Miller

Associate Professor, Human-Centered Computing


About me

I'm an Associate Professor in the Human-Centered Computing department in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indianapolis. I study how social computing technology can empower people to help each other with their health and wellness. I design pervasive technologies to encourage and enable new forms of social support online and offline, and I work with youth and their families as participants to shape both the technical systems and in-the-wild deployments.

I am currently focused on research related to my NSF CAREER award, a five-year grant to support my research into family resilience technologies.

I’m committed to a diverse and equitable future for computing. Read my statement of values.


Family Resilience Technologies

Augmenting caregiving coordination systems for health crisis response

Family Sleep Technologies

Understanding the social side of sleep tracking


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