Hello! I am a Research Associate at the Language Technologies Institute in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, working with Prof. Carolyn Rosé and Prof. Yonatan Bisk. Previously, I finished my masters at CMU LTI where I was also advised by Prof. Rosé.
I am passionate about how technology may afford more accessible and readily available learning experiences. My research primarily focuses on educational technology and collaborative learning. In particular, I am broadly interested in designing user-centered technology to deepen group cooperative skills and learning. Currently, I am working on a project designing personalized support for face-to-face collaboration using egocentric sensing and XR.
I enjoy connecting with my research peers. Feel free to reach out at
rvitiell [at] andrew.cmu.edu.
|Oct 1, 2023
|Started as a Research Associate at CMU LTI, working with Prof. Carolyn Rosé and Prof. Yonatan Bisk
|Aug 15, 2023
|Graduated with my masters at CMU LTI. I will be traveling abroad in Amsterdam and Greece for the next month!
|Jun 10, 2023
|Attended ISLS 2023 where I presented my Traveling Bazaar demo and Studying Interdisciplinary Collaboration poster, as well as contributed to several publications.
- ISLSHow Do Students Deliberate for Socially Shared Regulation in Collaborative Learning? A Process-Oriented ApproachIn Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), 2023
- ISLS PosterStudying Interdisciplinary Collaboration as a Core SkillIn Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), 2023
- ISLS DemoTraveling Bazaar: Portable Support for Face-to-Face CollaborationIn General Proceedings of the ISLS Annual Meeting, 2023