jeremy-warner

jeremy b. warner

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I am a third-year Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley in the EECS department, advised by Björn Hartmann. I create and study human-computer interaction and computing education systems. I work in the Berkeley Institute of Design and the ACE Lab. In undergrad, I worked with Wendi Heinzelman and Philip Guo at the University of Rochester.

Publications Google Scholar

  1. ElectroTutor: Test-Driven Physical Computing Tutorials

    Jeremy Warner, Ben Lafreniere, George Fitzmaurice, Tovi Grossman

    UIST 2018 info video pdf

  2. WiFröst: Bridging the Information Gap for Debugging of Networked Embedded Systems

    Will McGrath, Jeremy Warner, Mitchell Karchemsky, Andrew Head, Daniel Drew, Bjoern Hartmann

    UIST 2018 info pdf

  3. MatchSticks: Woodworking through Improvisational Digital Fabrication

    Rundong Tian, Ethan Chiou, Sarah Sterman, Jeremy Warner, Eric Paulos

    CHI 2018 info pdf

  4. Bifröst: Visualizing and Checking Behavior of Embedded Systems across Hardware and Software

    McGrath, Drew, Warner, Kazemitabaar, Karchemsky, Mellis, Hartmann

    UIST 2017 info video pdf

  5. Hack.edu: Examining How College Hackathons Are Perceived By Student Attendees and Non-Attendees

    Jeremy Warner and Philip J. Guo

    ICER 2017 info pdf

  6. CodePilot: Scaffolding End-to-End Collaborative Software Development for Novice Programmers

    Jeremy Warner and Philip J. Guo

    CHI 2017 info video code pdf

  7. CodePilot: Real Time Collaborative Programming with Asynchronous Version Control Support

    Jeremy B. Warner

    MS Thesis info pdf

  8. Toward a Domain-Specific Visual Discussion Forum for Learning Computer Programming: An Empirical Study of a Popular MOOC Forum

    Joyce Zhu, Jeremy Warner, Mitchell Gordon, Jeffery White, Renan Zanelatto, Philip J. Guo

    VL/HCC 2015 pdf

  9. How High School, College, and Online Students Differentially Engage with an Interactive Digital Textbook

    Jeremy Warner, John Doorenbos, Bradley N. Miller, Philip J. Guo

    EDM 2015 pdf

  10. MH-REACH-Mote: Supporting Multi-hop Passive Radio Wake-up for Wireless Sensor Network

    Li Chen, Jeremy Warner, Wendi Heinzelman, Ilker Demirkol

    ICC 2015 info pdf

  11. REACH2-Mote: A range extending passive wake-up wireless sensor node

    Chen, Heinzelman, Warner, Yung, Zhou, Demirkol, Muncuk, Chowdhury, and Basagni

    TOSN 2015 info pdf

Presentations & Posters

Service

  • Reviewer, ACM Tangible and Embodied Interactions (TEI) 2018
  • Reviewer, ACM User Interface Software and Technology Symposium (UIST) 2018
  • ACM SIGCHI Executive Committee Volunteer 2018
  • Student Volunteer, ACM CHI Conference 2017
  • Reviewer, ACM Creativity & Cognition (C&C) 2017

Experience

EECS Graduate Student Researcher Aug. 2016—

Advised by Professor Björn Hartmann at UC Berkeley.

PhD Research Intern · Autodesk Spring 2018

Advised by Tovi Grossman and Ben Lafreniere.

ROC HCI Researcher Aug. 2014—May 2016

Rochester Human Computer Interaction Group, with Professor Philip Guo.
Worked in UW Seattle and Microsoft Research offices in summer 2015.

Software Engineering Intern · Teradyne Summer 2014

Developed tools to upgrade large-scale semiconductor tests.
Presented new tools at the annual company testing conference.

Wireless Communications and Networking Group Researcher Jan. 2013—May 2014

Participated in the NSF’s REU program, working with Professor Wendi Heinzelman.
Set up a wireless control system to augment RFID node performance testing.

Teaching

CSC 160 · User Interface Design and Development Fall 2017

Head Graduate Student Instructor. Lectured and designed assignments.

ECE 112 · Logic Design Spring 2013,14,15

Teaching Assistant

ECE 230 · Electromagnetic Waves Fall 2014

Teaching Assistant

Education

University of California, Berkeley Aug. 2016—

PhD · Computer Science

University of Rochester May 2016

MSc · Computer Science

University of Rochester May 2015

BSc · Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cum laude with high distinction

Honors & Awards

  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention Spring 2017
  • UR · Barnard Engineering Award April 2015
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Spring 2015
  • UR · Alice D. Simone Award Spring 2015
  • IEEE National PES Scholarship Fall 2014
  • IEEE Rochester Section Scholarship Spring 2014
  • Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Fall 2013
  • UR · Dean’s Scholarship Fall 2011

Personal

I imagine, design, create and evaluate. I strive to facilitate and deepen the means for creation; to aid others both in creating and understanding what they create. I am concerned with both the context of how makers create and exactly who gets to make. I want to invent tools which address issues in existing processes while maintaining awareness of my situated position and perspective inside this domain. Broadly, I am inspired by a shift from consumerism to creator-centric exploration and the related democratization of technology. I was born and raised in sunny eastern Long Island, NY. I enjoy playing guitar, going for runs, and bouldering. In Rochester, my favorite diner is James Brown’s Place, which I miss dearly. I have never eaten a garbage plate. When the river wasn’t ice, I could be found in a shell on the Genesee River pushing water around. Since moving to California, I’ve been biking more actively, playing on Cal’s club ultimate frisbee team, and eating burritos at a considerable frequency.

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