Michael Christel
Michael Christel

Transformational games for learning and health

Michael Christel’s research work has addressed multimedia processing, information visualization, digital libraries of cultural assets, and games for learning and for health. Dr. Christel received his Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in 1991, with a thesis examining digital video interfaces for training software engineers about code inspections.

Dr. Christel has worked at Carnegie Mellon University since 1987, originally working at the Software Engineering Institute before moving to the Computer Science Department and finally the ETC in 2008. His work throughout his time at CMU has focused on the use of multimedia in an array of applications, from information and communication to engagement and education.

Michael Christel was last modified: December 17th, 2013 by The Sprout Fund