Welcome to my resume, though exactly it is resuming remains to be seen.
Ph.D. in Computer Science
M.S. in Computer Science
B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Graduated cum laude with high distinction
CodePilot: Scaffolding End-to-End Collaborative Software Development for Novice Programmers. Jeremy Warner and Philip J. Guo. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), May 2017. (to appear)
CodePilot: Real Time Collaborative Programming with Asynchronous Version Control Support. Jeremy B. Warner. Master of Science (MS) thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Rochester, May 2016.
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. IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), 2015.
How High School, College, and Online Students Differentially Engage with an Interactive Digital Textbook. Jeremy Warner, John Doorenbos, Bradley N. Miller, Philip J. Guo. International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM), 2015.
MH-REACH-Mote: Supporting Multi-hop Passive Radio Wake-up for Wireless Sensor Network. Li Chen, Jeremy Warner, Wendi Heinzelman, Ilker Demirkol. IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC).
REACH2-Mote: A range extending passive wake-up wireless sensor node. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks. Li Chen, Wendi Heinzelman, Jeremy Warner, Pak Lam Yung, Dawei Zhou, Ilker Demirkol, Ufuk Muncuk, Kaushik Chowdhury, and Stefano Basagni. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN).
Debugging on the Hardware-Software Boundary with Salami. William McGrath, Jeremy Warner, Daniel Drew, David Mellis, Bjoern Hartmann. Presented at the TerraSwarm annual meeting. 26, October, 2016.
A Large-Scale Study of Interactive Digital Textbook Usage. Jeremy Warner. Awarded the Dean’s Award for Engineering & Applied Sciences Research. Presented at both National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) and the University of Rochester’s Undergraduate Research Expo, 2015.
Rochester Human Computer Interaction Group, with Professor Philip Guo. Worked in University of Washington and Microsoft Seattle offices in summer 2015.
Developed tools to perform large-scale semiconductor test program upgrades. Presented new tools at the annual company international QA conference.
Rochester Wireless Communications and Networking Group, with Professor Wendi Heinzelman. Set up a wireless Arduino control system to augment RFID field testing. Particpated in NSF’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program in summer 2013.
Taught at the University of Rochester by Professor Victor Derefinko. Collaborated with professor to plan and run lab sessions, graded lab student reports and homework, and ran exam review sessions.
Taught at the University of Rochester by Professor Roman Sobolweski. Coordinated and ran student lab sessions, and graded lab reports.
Electrical and Computer Engineering, recognized by the NY Board.
Annually awarded to eight graduating seniors at the University of Rochester in the Hajim School of Engineering that demonstrate good personal qualities and high achievement.
Placed 5th out of 30 schools, representing the University of Rochester in the databases, operating systems, and embedded programming competitions.
Awarded to six out of nearly 3,000 eligible students. This award is presented to students whose contributions to co-curricular life at the University have strengthened community spirit and involvement. It recognizes dedication, enthusiasm, collaboration, and positive role modeling as leadership traits that help promote and maintain a strong quality of life for all.
Competed at regattas all across the eastern coast, including racing in the V4+ at the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA) National Championships, and was named to the All-Academic Team in 2014/15.
Elected Vice President 2013 - 2014. Organized events of interest to students in ECE/AME (guitar pedal projects, soldering lessons). Attended student leadership conference in Newark, NJ. Helped build user base, and began collaboration with similar clubs (CSUG, WRUR, Robotics).
Planned and ran excursions into Rochester. Trips included Rochester Subway, Artisan Works, Times Square and Sibley Building. Worked with ArtAwake organizers to interview directors, and locate event site. Helped organize revival of Wild Goose Chase, the Wilson Day scavenger hunt.
I enjoy making things for my own sake, but I also enjoy making things that help other people make things, and understand what they are making. I am concerned with both the context of how makers get to make, and exactly who gets to make. I want to invent tools that address issues in current processes while maintaining awareness of my situated position and perspective inside this domain. Broadly speaking, I am motivated by a shift from consumerism to creator-centric exploration (creationism, if you will) and the so-called democratization of technology.
Hi Mom! I was born and raised in sunny eastern Long Island, NY. I enjoy playing guitar, running, bouldering, and home-brewing beer. In Rochester, my favorite diner was James Brown’s Place (I miss it dearly), and I never ate a garbage plate. When it wasn’t snowing, I could often be found on the Genesee River pushing water around (and, sometimes when it was snowing). Since moving to California, I’ve been biking more actively, playing on Cal’s club ultimate frisbee team, Thugmo, and eating burritos at a fairly considerable frequency (just consider).