me- Emily Andrulis
Hi, my name is Emily Andrulis and I am a rising senior majoring in Computer Science at Cornell College with a minor in Spanish. While I spend most of my time at Cornell in Mount Vernon Iowa, I am originally from the Chicago-land area, and I love to visit my home town of Brookfield during breaks and vacations. Aside from programming and analyzing data, I enjoy spending my time bike riding, running, and playing all sorts of board games. During the school year I divide up my time among many activities on campus, including but not limited to steel drums band, Performing Arts and Activities Council, Cornell College Computing Club, cheerleading, and work as both an Orientation Leader for New Student Orientation and a Peer Consultant at the campus Writing Studio.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com.
My teammates-dssg interns
I had the opportunity to work with some of the coolest people on this project! They're awesome, and you can check out their bios on our group DSSG blog site. To at least mention their names here though, they are Rohan Aras, Kristen Garofali, Kivan Polimis, Frank Fineis, and Valentina Staneva as our data scientist. The photo is taken was taken by Ben Romano, and Xconomy author, who came to interview us after our mid-term presentation. Pictured from left to right we have myself, Anat Caspi (see below), Kivan Polimis, Frank Fineis, Rohan Aras, Valentina Staneva, and Kristen Garofali.
My mentor- Anat Caspi
Anat Caspi is the Director of the Taskar Center for Accessible Technology (TCAT) at the University of Washington. For more information on her role as the TCAT Director, you can view her page here. Throughout this research experience, Anat was the one I turned to for advice, help, and tips, and she was the main woman heading up the entire project. My deepest thanks go out to her for all her support throughout my stay at University of Washington.
My Mentor-Luis Ceze
Luis Ceze is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. To learn more about all the wonderful work Luis does, you can visit his personal page or department page where the rest of his work and interests are outlined. While Luis and I did not meet as frequently as I met with Anat, Luis was very enthusiastic in trying to make me feel comfortable and to help me in any way that he could. To him I also give a big thanks!