Stefanie Mueller wins NSF Career Award

MIT professor Stefanie Mueller

This week it was announced that MIT professor Stefanie Mueller has received a National Science Foundation Career Award, a prestigious award for junior faculty.

An assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Mueller received the award to go towards future work in “Adaptive User Interfaces”, interfaces designed to allow users to complete tasks faster and widen access for populations with diverse abilities.

Mueller directs CSAIL’s HCI Engineering group, where her team develops novel hardware and software systems that advance personal fabrication technologies. She joined the faculty in January 2017.