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Yee Chieh _Denise_ Chew


									                                 Yee Chieh (Denise) Chew
                              e-mail: phone: (510) 205-2057


 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (August 2008 – Present)                  GPA: 3.94
 Third-Year Human-Centered Computing Ph.D. student
    Advisor: Dr. Melody Moore Jackson

 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA (August 2002 – May 2006)
 Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science, with emphasis in Psychology


 Refereed Non-Archival Publications
       Chew, Y.C., Caspary, Eric. MusEEGk: A Brain Computer Musical Interface. Ext Abstract of ACM Conference on
       Human Factors in Computing Systems (2011), To Appear.

 Referred Journal Article
       Yarosh, S., Chew, Y.C., and Abowd, G.D. Supporting Parent–Child Communication in Divorced Families.
       International Journal of Human Computer Studies 67, 2 (2009), 192-203.

     Chew, Y.C., Mappus, R., Jackson, M., BCI and Creativity. Workshop on Brain Body and Bytes:
     Psychophysiological User Interaction, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2010.

       Kim, T., Jeong, H., Chew, Y.C., Bonner, M., Stasko, J. Social Visualization for Micro-Blogging Analysis. (2009).
       Poster at VisWeek 2009. Atlantic City, NJ, USA.

       Chew, Y.C., Caspary, Eric. MusEEGk: A P300 Based Brain Computer Musical Interface. ACM Conference on
       Creativity and Cognition (2011).


 Graduate Research Assistant, Georgia Institute of Technology (August 2008 – Present)
   Research focusing on Brain Computer Musical Interfaces and creativity
   Led team studying interfaces which use functional neuro-infrared to help locked-in patients with ALS
      (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) communicate as part of the Brain Lab Research Group
   Implement user studies using EEG to measure musical creativity, done in conjunction with the music technology

 Collaborator, Georgia Institute of Technology (August 2007 – May 2008)
   Collaborated with PhD student Svetlana Yarosh on her research focused on supporting parent-child
       communication in distributed families as part of the Ubiquitous Computing Lab Research Group

 Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of California, Berkeley (August 2005 – May 2006)
   Designed, implemented, and analyzed a project about the domain specificity of language learning
   Conducted subject testing for a project involving short-term memory load and aphasias


 Usability Intern, Jackson Healthcare (June 2010 – July 2010)
   Designed and prototyped a mobile webpage for Portal, a physician timesheet management service

 Teaching Assistant, Georgia Institute of Technology (August 2009-December 2009)
    Teaching assistant for CS 3750, Human-Computer Interaction
 Research Project Coordinator, Emory University (September 2006 – May 2008)
   Assisted patients, doctors, and technicians with running clinical research studies investigating the links between
      the immune system and depression as part of the Psychiatry Department’s Mind-Body Program

 Student Assistant, University of California, Berkeley (November 2002 – December 2005)
    Reconciled financial data, reimbursed funds, performed literature searches, maintained files, and prepared
      presentations for professors and administrators in the Rollins School of Public Health


 Professional Memberships
    Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

 Women@CC (Spring 2009 – Present)
   Coordinator for Women@CC, a group supporting graduate women in the College of Computing

 National Association for College and University Residence Halls (August 2004 – August 2006)
   Housing Chair for the 2006 NACURH Conference and managed a team overseeing conference logistics relating to
      housing over 2,000 attendees on the University of California, Berkeley campus


      Human-Computer Interaction
      Prototyping Interactive Systems
      User Interface Design and Evaluation
      Human-Centered Computing
      Information Visualization
      Statistical Analysis of Psychological Data
      Music Cognition and Perception

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