In September 2018 I began my Master's studies at the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Concordia University. In December 2020, I completed my Master’s thesis under the supervision of Dr. Marta Kersten-Oertel, in the Applied Perception Lab. My dissertation is titled: "Notification, gamification, and cueing in mobile health applications".

After graduating, I continued working as a Research Assistant at the Applied Perception Lab at Concordia University. The lab is primarily concerned with developing methods to enhance the perception of computer-generated images and exploring novel visualization techniques, display devices and interaction paradigms. My primary focus during this time was on the development of an iOS smartphone application for augmented reality visualization of injection sites in the context of multiple sclerosis.

After this project, I had the chance to work for 10 months as a Software Engineer with a small group of wonderful people at Flipd Inc.. During my time at Flipd Inc. I mainly had to maintain and develop the iOS application.