Lab Members

Directed by Associate Professor Charlotte P. Lee, CSC Lab members are PhD, Master’s and Undergraduate students in Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington.

Charlotte P. Lee

Principal Investigator ———————————–

Director, Computer Supported Collaboration Laboratory
Associate Professor, Human Centered Design & Engineering
Adjunct Associate Professor, Information School

cplee – at – uw dot edu
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Dr. Lee has a B.A. in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, an M.A. in Sociology from San Jose State University and a Ph.D in Information Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Lee’s research is in the fields of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Social Informatics, Design Studies, and Science and Technology Studies.
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Michael W. Beach

Research Assistant —————————————–

PhD Student, Human Centered Design & Engineering
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Michael is a first-year PhD student in Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE). Michael holds a BS in HCDE and a BA in Comparative History of Ideas (CHID) from the University of Washington. His interests include social emergence, nascence in collaboration, and the intersectionality of methodologies of research, design, and practice that span in modalities and temporalities such as: participatory design, value sensitive design, speculative design, from design sprints to slow ethnography.

Ridley Jones

Research Assistant —————————————–

PhD Student, Human Centered Design & Engineering
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Ridley is a second year PhD student in HCDE.  She is interested in how technology change really happens in organizations, and how forms of coordinated action might affect the design of emergency response and other time-sensitive, high-pressure activities.

 

Os Keyes

Research Assistant —————————————–

PhD Student, Human Centered Design & Engineering
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Os Keyes is a PhD student studying gender, infrastructure, data and (counter)power. They are an affiliate of the Computer Supported Collaboration Lab and the Data Ecologies Lab, and an inaugural Ada Lovelace Fellow.

Andrew Neang

Research Assistant —————————————–

PhD Student, Human Centered Design & Engineering
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Andy is a PhD student in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE). He holds a BA in Information Systems and an MS in Information Management from the University of Washington. His work focuses on the sociotechnical practices of data-intensive collaborative knowledge work (with an emphasis on the practices of domain scientists). He is particularly interested in how the situated and collaborative practices of assembling and using constellations of software and platforms are transforming scientific knowledge production and the establishment of trust in data, models, and results.

Will Sutherland

Research Assistant —————————————–

PhD Student, Human Centered Design & Engineering
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I am a Ph.D. student in the department of Human Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington. My current research is focused on infrastructure for data-intensive science. I use qualitative and ethnographic methods to investigate how research communities share and collaborate on software, and how scientific methods are expressed in code. Some of my prior work at the University of North Carolina concerned gig work and digital platforms. I have published in journals and conferences such as Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, and the iConference.

 

Drew Paine

Affiliate Researcher ————————————–

PhD, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Drew Paine is an affiliated CSC lab researcher and past postdoc, PhD student, and laboratory manager.

Scott Mainwaring

Research Scientist ———————————–

Scott Mainwaring is an affiliate faculty member of HCDE. He has worked as an ethnographic design researcher at Interval Research and at Intel Research, co-founded the Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Social Computing, and advised the Institute for Money, Technology, and Financial Inclusion at UC Irvine. His research interests include values in design, consumerization, digital money, innovation methodologies, and resistance. In past lives he was a software engineer and a cognitive scientist, and likes to work across disciplinary boundaries.

 

The Lab

The CSC Lab is part of the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.

CSC Lab is located in “Studio 425” with two other labs in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering on the fourth floor of Sieg Hall in room 425.

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Past Members

Post-Doctoral Researchers/Research Scientists

Matthew J. Bietz, Post-Doctoral Researcher & Research Scientist
E.Ilana Diamant, Post-Doctoral Researcher
Drew Paine, Post-Doctoral Researcher & Laboratory Manager (PhD 2016)

PhD Students

Katie Derthick
Toni Ferro, PhD 2016
Keith Grochow, PhD CSE 2011
Katerena Kuksenok, PhD CSE 2016
Jasper O’Leary
David Randall
Anne Rørbaæk Olesen (visiting from Denmark), February-May 2014
Alex Thayer, PhD 2013
Betsy Rolland, PhD 2013

Masters Students

Shalina Bajracharya
Ninad Dalal
Abraham DeWeese
Karl Frantz
Stephanie Gokhman
Linda Hwang
Arsenio Locsin
Heidi Sales
Pausali Sen
Behzod Sirjani
Irini Spyridakis

Undergraduate Students

Kiran Beg
Sikke Jansma
Calvin Kaiser
Natalie Lindner
Valeria Najera
Ron Piell
Erin Sy
Anh-Thu Voba
Jacob Warren
Justin M. Woodum

Certificate Students

Behnosh Najafi

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GET IN TOUCH

Visit Us:

CSC Lab is located in “Studio 425” with two other labs in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering on the fourth floor of Sieg Hall in room 425.

Email:

For general inquiries please e-mail:
Dr. Charlotte Lee
cplee – at – uw dot edu

Mailing Address:

CSC Lab Campus Box 352315
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195

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