I'm a Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Toronto, co-supervised by Professors Carolina Nobre and Michael Liut. My research focuses on using visualization in education, understanding student behavior in online communities, the impact of reflective prompts in flipped classrooms, and developing effective reframing strategies for academic challenges. I'm fortunate to also receive regular guidance from my mentors, Ph.D. candidate Angela Zavaleta-Bernuy and Professor Andrew Petersen.
In addition to my research interests, I hold a strong interest in preference learning, particularly in the area of Social Choice and Collective Decision Making.In my free time, I delve into various interests. I have a fascination with astronomy, particularly enjoying tracking solar flares. I'm always happy to discuss the wonders of the night sky and upcoming celestial events. Additionally, I enjoy creating chibis (cute illustrations), crotcheting toys, and engaging in philosophical discussions with friends. 
You can connect with me using the social links below - or email me at naaz [dot] sibia [at] utoronto [dot] ca.