About Duke Hutchings
I joined the computing sciences faculty at Elon University in 2008 after spending two years as a member of the computer science faculty at Bowling Green State University. In my research I have addressed issues of human-computer interaction related to multi-display systems and password systems. I maintain an interest in information visualization as well. I welcome the opportunity to conduct research with undergraduate students and encourage students to contact me through one or more the of channels listed above to discuss research projects and other opportunities. While my focus is on human-computer interaction, I am willing to advise a very wide variety of research endeavors.
Prior to my time as a faculty member, I attended Georgia Institute of Technology as a member of the Information Interfaces Lab, where I received a Ph.D. in computer science in 2006. I completed my undergraduate work at Baldwin-Wallace College, where I received a B.S. in computer science and mathematics in 2000. I have also held a number of summer internship and scholarship positions, including work at Microsoft Research, Miami University, and Interactive Payer Network, now operating as Emdeon.