Director of the Stanford Calming Technology Lab
Neema is changing the way the world breathes.
He is Director of the Stanford Calming Technology Lab, studying how interactive products can mitigate the effects stress has on our physical and mental health, cognition, attention, relationships, productivity, and life purpose.
Prior, Neema was a researcher with Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, where he invented Microsoft Mouse Mischief.
He studied Computer Science at the University of Maryland HCI Lab (B.S.) and at the HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon University (M.S.). He has defended his Ph.D. at Stanford University in the LSTD program and is putting the finishing touches on his dissertation.