Meet Us

Meet us

At the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, ideas and inspiration for the world-changing advances and life-saving solutions of tomorrow thrive in our graduate programs in informatics, computer science, intelligent systems engineering, data science, and information and library science.

Luddy Graduate Student Ambassador Program

The Luddy School Graduate Student Ambassadors are representatives of all of our departments. Student ambassadors share their enthusiasm for our School and our graduate programs with prospective, admitted, and incoming students.

Find out how to become a Luddy Ambassador

Fernando Maestre

  • Major: HCI\d + Health Informatics
  • About Fernando:
    • Fernando is an international student from Quito, Ecuador. He is a PhD candidate in Informatics with background in computer science and interaction design. His research applies novel methods to recruit and conduct HCI research remotely with stigmatized populations.

Patrycja Zdziarska

  • Major: PhD in Human-Computer Interaction
  • About Patrycja:
    • Patrycja is a 3rd year PhD Student in the Department of Informatics. She is pursuing her PhD in Human-Computer Interaction, and has a background in the Social Sciences.


Have questions or want information about our M.S. and Ph.D. programs? Need information about how to apply? Connect with our staff and current students during virtual office hours or on-campus office hours.

If you need to meet another day and time, email or stop by Myles Brand Hall, Room W231, 901 E. 10th Street (at the corner of 10th and Woodlawn).

Luddy Graduate Studies office hours

To talk with a Luddy Grad recruiter, visit on-line or in person.

On-Campus Office Hours

2:00-3:00 P.M.
Myles Brand Hall, Room W231

Virtual Office Hours

10:00 - 11:00 A.M.
Join via zoom