Scientist in Residence

Clayton Lewis, PhD, Professor of Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder, has served from 2005 as the Institute's Scientist in Residence, helping to ignite the Institute’s Cloud Computing initiative, among other things. He is on leave from the Institute and is helping to develop technology initiatives for people with disabilities at the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).

The role of the scientist in residence is to identify and support the most promising efforts in shaping mainstream technology to serve the interests of people with cognitive disabilities.