Faculty

CSE 632
jfogartycs.washington.edu

Human computer interaction, ubiquitous computing

CSE 642
jonfcs.washington.edu

Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, sensing, accessibility

CSE 568
gshyamcs.washington.edu

Computational health, networks, bio-robotics, wireless, mobile and ubiquitous computing, sensing, security and privacy

CSE2 211
jmankoffcs.washington.edu

Human-computer interaction, accessibility, 3D printing of custom assistive technologies

CSE 540
shwetakcs.washington.edu

Ubiquitous computing, sensing, human-computer interaction, embedded systems

M226 EEB
matt.reynoldsece.uw.edu
Adjunct, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Ultra-low power sensing and computation, RFID, wireless power transfer, biomedical applications, and smart materials and surfaces
CSE 582
jrscs.washington.edu

Sensor systems; wireless power; sensing for robotics; ubiquitous computing; personal robotics

Affiliate Faculty

markabeluw.edu
Intel Labs

Ubiquitous Computing, Computer Supported Cooperative Work

Postdocs

Nick Bolten
boltencs.washington.edu

Nick is a postdoctoral researcher with the Taskar Center for Accessible Technology doing work in mapping and analyzing individual-level pedestrian accessibility of public spaces with graph theoretic interpretations of equity. His doctoral work involved the development of the OpenSidewalks and AccessMap projects that, respectively, define and collect open pedestrian transportation network data for a wide set of use cases and interpret that data into a user-friendly and individually-customizable web map.

Graduate Students (CSE)

Hanchuan Li
hanchuancs.washington.edu
Alex T Mariakakis
atm15cs.washington.edu
Eric M Whitmire
emwhitcs.washington.edu
ldegreefcs.washington.edu

Non-CSE Grad Students

Tien-jui Lee
tienjleegmail.com
Ruth Ravichandran
vinishauw.edu
Elliot Saba
sabaeu.washington.edu

Staff

Anat Caspi
CSE 340
caspiancs.washington.edu
CSE 462
lmerlincs.washington.edu