CV

[CV_pdf June_2014]

Mission

To study and build new organizations and technologies to empower collective innovation

Research Interests

Collective Innovation, Social Computing, Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing, Design

Academic Employment

Allen K. and Johnnie Cordell Breed Junior Professor of Design, Northwestern University in departments of:

  • Segal Design Institute (School of Engineering)
  • Mechanical Engineering (School of Engineering)
  • Technology and Social Behavior (School of Communications)
  • Industrial Engineering & Management Science (School of Engineering) by courtesy
  • Management & Organizations (School of Management), by courtesy
  • Learning Sciences (School of Education & Social Policy), by courtesy

Founder, Design for America, 2008-present
Postdoctoral Scholar, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University, 2007-2008

Education

Ph.D., Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University
 2003-2007
Advisors: Dr. Robert Sutton, Dr. Chip Heath, & Dr. Pamela Hinds
M.S., Joint Program in Product Design, Art and Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University Advisors: David Kelley & Rolf Faste, 2001-2003
B.A., Dartmouth College, 1994-1998

Selected Honors and Distinctions

Core 77 Notable Professional Award for Design Education Initiative, 2014
Grace Hopper Fellowship, 2014
Robert A. Pritzker Visiting Scientist-Engineer-Inventor, 2014
Northwestern Curriculum Development Alumnae Award, 2014
Judge, Inc.’s Best in Class Design Awards, 2014
IEEE Internet Society, Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2014
Crain’s 40 under 40 List of Chicago’s Next Generation of Leaders, 2013
Ashoka University Education Innovation Award, 2013
Public Interest Design Top 100 People, 2012
Allen K. and Johnnie Cordell Breed Junior Chair in Design, 2012 – present
Public Voices Thought Leadership Fellow, 2012 – 2013
Core 77 Notable Professional Award for Design Education Initiative, 2012
Core 77 Notable Professional Award for Design for Social Impact, 2012
Searle Teaching Fellow at Northwestern University
, 2009
Centennial Teaching Award at Stanford University, 2007

Publications

  1. Gerber, E., Relations in Design Thinking: A Case Study of a Social Network. In K. Mark Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643  Best Paper Award Nomination, Technology and Innovation, Management Division
, 2006
  2. Gerber, E., Improvisation Principles and Techniques for Design, Proceedings of Computer Human Interaction 2007, ACM Press
  3. Gerber, E. Using Improvisation To Enhance the Effectiveness of Brainstorming, Proceedings of Computer Human Interaction 2007, ACM Press
  4. Gerber, E., Prototyping: Facing Uncertainty Through Small Wins, Proceedings of International Conference on Engineering Design 2009
  5. Gerber, E., McKenna, A., Hirsch, P. & Yarnoff, C., Learning to Waste – Wasting to Learn? How to Use Cradle to Cradle Principles to Improve the Teaching of Design, International Journal of Engineering Education, 2010
  6. Bao, P., Gerber, E., Gergle, D., Hoffman, D. Momentum: Getting and Staying on Topic During a Brainstorm. Proceedings of Computer Human Interaction 2010, ACM Press
  7. Chung, H. & Gerber, E., Emotional-Storyboarding: A Participatory Method for Emotional Designing for Children, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Design & Emotion, 2010
  8. Lewis, S., Dontcheva, M., & Gerber, E. Affective Computational Priming and Creativity, Proceedings of Computer Human Interaction 2011, ACM Press
  9. Gerber, E. The Psychological Experience of User Observation, International Conference on Engineering Design 2011 Proceedings
  10. Gerber, E. & Carroll, M. The Psychological Experience of Prototyping, Design Studies. Vol. 33 (1), 2012
  11. Gerber, E. Tech Break Ups: A Research Tool for Understanding People’s Attachment to Their Technology, Proceedings of Creativity and Cognition, ACM Press, 2011
  12. Leonardi, P. Beyene, T. & Gerber, E. How Managers Use Multiple Media: 
Discrepant Events, Power, and Timing in Redundant Communication, Organization Science, 2012
  13. Gerber, E., Olson, J., Komarek, R. Extracurricular Design-Based Learning: Preparing Students for Careers in Innovation, International Journal of Engineering Education, 2012
  14. Gerber, E. & Kennedy, C. Supporting Creativity in Web-Based Services, International Journal of Design, Vol. 16 (1), 2012
  15. Morris, R., Dontcheva, M., Gerber, E., Priming for Better Performance in Micro-Task Crowdsourcing Environments, IEEE Internet Computing, 2012
  16. Gerber, E., Martin, C., Braunstein, J., Kramer, E., Carberry, A. Innovation Self-Efficacy: Development of a Measure, Frontiers in Education. 2012
  17. Kittur, N., Bernstein, M., Nickerson, J., Gerber, E., Shaw, A., Lease, M., Zimmerman, J., Horton, M. The Future of Crowd Work, Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2013, ACM Press
  18. Gerber, E. Micro-volunteering: Helping the Helpers in Development, Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2013, ACM Press
  19. Dow, S., Gerber, E., Wong, A. A Pilot Study of Using Crowds in the Classroom, CHI 2013, Paris France
  20. Morris, R. Dontcheva, M., Finkelstein, A. Gerber, E. Affect and Creative Performance on Crowdsourcing Platforms,” Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Conference, 2013
  21. Gerber, E., & Hui, J. “Crowdfunding: Motivations and Deterrents for Participation,”  Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 2014.
  22. Hui, J., Greenberg, M, & Gerber, E. “Understanding the Role of Community in Crowdfunding Work,” CSCW 2014, Baltimore, MD, (*Honorable Mention)
  23. Miller, R., Zhang, H., Gerber, E., Gilbert, E. “Pair Research: Matching People for Collaboration, Learning, and Productivity”, CSCW 2014, Balitmore, MD.
  24. Greenberg, M. & Gerber, E. “Learning to Fail: Experiencing Public Failure Online Through Crowdfunding,” CHI 2014, Toronto
  25. Dontcheva, M., Brandt, J., Morris, R., Gerber, E., “Combining Crowdsourcing and Learning to Improve Engagement and Performance,” CHI 2014, Toronto
  26. Gerber, E., & Hui, J. “To Crowdfund or Not”, CI 2014, Cambridge, MA
  27. Easterday, M., Lewis-Rees, D., & Gerber, E., “The Phases of Design Based Research”, ICLS 2014
  28. Gerber, E. Design for America: Organizing for Civic Innovation, ACM Interactions, 2014
  29. Shaw, A., Zhang, H., Monroy-Hernandez, A., Munson, S., Hill, B., Gerber, E., Kinnaird, P., Minder, P. “Computer Supported Cooperative Action“, ACM Interactions, 2014
  30. Easterday, M. Lewis-Rees, D., Fitzpatrick, C. Gerber, E. “Computer Supported Novice Group Critique,” DIS 2014 (26% acceptance rate)
  31. Hui, J., Gerber, E., Dow, S. “Crowd Based Design Activities: Helping Students to Access Users Online,” DIS 2014 (26% acceptance rate)
  32. Hui, J., Gerber, E., Gergle, D. “Understanding and Leveraging Social Networks for Crowdfunding: Implications for Support Tools,” DIS 2014 (26% acceptance rate)
  33. Gerber, E., Muller, M., Wash, R., Irani, L., Churchill, E., Williams, A. Crowdfunding: An Emerging Field of Research, CHI 2014 panel.

Under Review

  1. Hui, J., & Gerber, E., Crowdfunding for Science: Sharing Research with an Extended Audience
  2. Harburg, E., Greenberg, M., Hui, J. & Gerber, E.,Understanding the Effects of Crowdfunding on Entrepreneur Self-Efficacy

Popular Publications (Selected)

  1. Gerber, E. Using Improvisation to Improve Brainstorming, Rotman Magazine
, 2011
  2. Gerber, E. Innovation Self-Efficacy: Fostering Beliefs in Our Ability Through and By Design, Core77, 2011
  3. Gerber, E. Tech Break Ups: A Research Tool for Understanding People’s Attachment to Their Technology, ACM Interactions, 2012
  4. Gerber, E. STEM Students Must Be Taught to Fail, US News and World Report, 2012
  5. Gerber, E. Is Crowdfunding Failing Some of the Most Promising Entrepreneurs, Huffington Post, 2013
  6. Gerber, E. A Network of Student Designers Solving Problems, Good.is, 2013
  7. Gerber, E. Why Do People Give to Crowdfunding Sites, NPR Marketplace, 2013
  8. Gerber, E. Top 11 Reasons You Should Ignore Top 10 (or Top 100) Lists, Metropolis Mag, 2013
  9. Gerber, E. 4 Daily Habits of Game Changing Social Innovators, Forbes.com, 2013
  10. Gerber, E. Insight Per Minute: Feedback, Design Observer, 2013
  11. Gerber, E., Trifecta of Feedback, Design Observer, 2013
  12. Gerber, E., What Entrepreneurs can learn from the Olympic Snowflake,  Wall Street Journal, 2014
  13. Rodriguez, D. & Gerber, E. Creativity at Work, LinkedIn, 2014

Book Chapters

1. Gerber, E. “Using Improvisation to Enhance Brainstorming Sessions,” Rotman on Design, Martin, R., & Christensen, K. Co-Editors
University of Toronto Press (2013)

Workshops

  1. Andre, P., Bernstein, M., Dontcheva, M., Gerber, E. Kittur, N., Miller, R., Collective Intelligence Crowdcamp, ACM Computer Human Interaction Conference 2012, Austin, TX
  2. Andre, P., Bingham, J., Chilton, L., Dontcheva, M., Gerber, E., Gilbert, E. CrowdCamp 2013: Rapidly Iterating Crowd Ideas, ACM Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference 2013, San Antonio, TX
  3. Carletti, L., Coughlan, T., Christensen, J., Gerber, E., Giannachi, G., Schutt, S., Sinker, R., Denner dos Santos, C. Structures for Knowledge: Co-Creations Between Organisations and the Public, ACM Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference 2014, Baltimore, MD

Invited Talks

  1.  “The Unintended Consequences of Management” Department of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 2005
  2. “Sharing Creative Control” Department of Management Science & Engineering, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University, 2006
  3. “The Birth of a Knowledge Broker” Department of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 2006
  4. “Improvisation in Design” Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2006
  5. “Storytelling as a Tool for Design” Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University, 2006
  6. “Observation as a Tool for Designing for Extreme Affordability” Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University, 2007
  7. “Devotion to an Innovation Process: The Case of Human Centered Design” Saunders College of Business, Rochester Institute of Technology, 2007
  8. “Devotion to an Innovation Process: The Case of Human Centered Design” Segal Institute of Design, Northwestern University, 2008
  9. “Devotion to an Innovation Process: The Case of Human Centered Design” MIT Media Lab, MIT, 2008
  10.  “Innovation Processes and Spaces” Innovator Lecture Series, Management, Learning, and Organizational Change, Northwestern University and Catalyst Ranch, Chicago, 2009
  11. “Designing for Engagement” Jones Lecture Series, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 2010
  12. Design for America: Thinking about Innovation Education Outside of the Box, Design Chicago, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 2010
  13. Design for America: Changing People’s Beliefs in Themselves Through and By Design, CUSP Conference: The Design of Everything, Chicago, Illinois, 2010
  14. “Using Technology to Motivate Creative Action”, HCI Seminar Series, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2011
  15. “Using Technology to Motivate Creative Action”
ME Seminar Series, MIT, Cambridge MA, 2011
  16. “Technology that Activates: Priming Emotion and Achieving Goals” Computer Science Seminar Series, Tufts University, Somerville, MA, 2011
  17. “Using Technology to Motivate Creative Action” Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series, MIT, Cambridge MA, 2011
  18. “Technology, Affect, and Creative Problem Solving” HCI Seminar Series, University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana, IL, 2011
  19. “Positive Design & Innovation” Colleges of Business and College of Human Ecology, Cornell, Ithaca, IL, 2011
  20. “Positive Design: Helping People Thrive Through and By Design” College of Human Ecology, Cornell, Ithaca, IL, 2011
  21. “Technology, Affect, and Creative Problem Solving” Human Computer Interaction Institute Seminar Series, Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011
  22. “Technology that Motivates Innovation: Influencing Autonomy, Connectedness, and Competence” School of Communications, Northwestern, Evanston, IL, 2011
  23. “Affective Computational Priming” School of Education and Public Policy, Northwestern, Evanston, IL, 2011
  24. “Positive Innovation: Helping People Thrive Through and By Design” Segal Design Institute, Northwestern, Evanston, IL, 2011
  25. “Innovation Self-Efficacy: Changing People’s Beliefs Through and By Design,” School of Design, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 2012
  26. “Innovation Self-Efficacy: Changing People’s Beliefs Through and By Design,” School of Design, Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA 2012
  27. “The Design-It-Together Movement: The Case of Design for America,” Industrial Designers Society of America, Midwest Conference, Chicago, IL, 2012
  28. “The Design-It-Together Movement,” TedX, University of Chicago, IL 2012
  29. “Design-It-Together: The Role of Crowdsourcing in Innovation, Media, Technology, and Society, Northwestern, Evanston, IL, 2012
  30. “Crowdsourcing and Innovation” Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 2013
  31. “Micro-volunteering: Helping the Helpers in Development,” Computer Supported Cooperative Work, San Antonio, TX, 2013
  32. “Educating the Next Generation of Social Impact Designers”, National Endowment for the Arts, New Haven, CT, 2013
  33. “Understanding the Role of Crowdfunding in Innovation,” Penn State, College Station, PA, 2013
  34. “Crowds, Computers, and Community: Understanding How Innovation Happens,” University of California, Irvine, 2013
  35. “Crowds, Computers, and Community: The Future of Design,” University of California, San Diego, 2013
  36. “The Role of Social Computing in Innovation,” Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, October 2013
  37. “Crowdfunding Creative Work” Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, November 2013
  38. “Crowds, Computers, and Creativity: The Future of Design,” University of California, Berkeley, February, 2014

Recent Press Coverage (Selected)

  • “It’s Not Nagging. Why Persistent Redundant Communication Works,” Harvard Working Knowledge, 2011
  • “Spotlight on Design,” Core77, 
2011
  • “The United States of Design,” Fast Company, 2011
  • “Should design be taught as an entrepreneurial skill?” Smartplanet.com, 2011
  • “Millennials Are the MacGyvers of Business, Harvard Business Review Blog, 2011
  • What Makes a Kickstarter Campaign Successful, Social Times, 2012
  • Teaching Entrepreneurs Crowdfunding Strategies, Crowdsourcing.org, 2012
  • Crowdfunding, ABC News, 2012
  • Crowdfunding, Toronto Star, 2012
  • Genius Idea: Design that Helps Us Thrive. Oprah Magazine, 2012
  • Top 100 in Public Interest Design, 2012
  • Best of 2012: Visionaries, Organizations, and Innovations Changing the Way we Learn: Good Magazine
  • The Millennials, Architect Magazine, 2013
  • Scientists Experiment with Crowdfunding, Physics Today, 2013
  • The Unregulated Work of Mechanical Turk, NYTimes, 2013
  • Engaging Online Crowds in the Classroom Could Be An Important Tool for Teaching Innovation, Communications of the ACM, 2013
  • Got a Kickstarter Project? This Man Can Predict Within Four Hours If It Will Fail, The Guardian, 2013
  • Tool Accurately Predicts Whether a Kickstarter Project Will Fail, Popular Science, 2013
  • 40 under 40: Meet Chicago’s Next Generation of Leaders, Crain’s Businessweek, 2013

Grants Awarded

  1. Gerber, E. (PI) “Design for America: Extracurricular Design Based Learning,” Northwestern’s Murphy Society Grant ($105,000), 2009-2012
  2. Chen, W. (PI) Colgate, E., Norman, D., McKenna, A., Gerber, E. (Co-PI), “NSF Workshop on Driving Innovation Through Design: Engineering in the 21st Century,” NSF ENGR ($25,000), 2010-2011
  3. Gerber, E. (PI) “Design that Motivates” New Faculty Start Up Grant, PI, 2008-2013
  4. Chen, W. (PI), Gutchell, D. (Co-PI), Gerber, E. (Co-PI), TUES Type 2: Collaborative Research: The Institutionalization and Sustainability of Product Archaeology – A National Rollout Plan 2012-2015
  5. Gerber, E. (PI), Lewis, D. (Co-PI), Shyrokova, A.. (Co-PI), Lesser, J. (Co-PI), , Arora, R. (Co-PI), Ma, S.. (Co-PI), , Nerenberg, S. (Co-PI), “Design for America: A Badge Community for Innovation” Digital Media Learning Grant supported by the MacArthur Foundation ($175,000) 2012-2013
  6. Gerber, E. (PI) & Dow, S. (Co-PI) NSF Cyberlearning: Engaging Interdisciplinary Students in Innovation Education through Crowd-based Technology ($550,000) 2012-2015
  7. Easterday, M. (Co) & Gerber, E (Co-PI) NSF Cyberlearning: Digital Lofts: Online LearningEnvironments for Real World Innovation ($540,000) 2013-2015
  8. Gerber, E., (PI) NCIIA Creating A Crowdfunding Curriculum, 2014-201
  9. Gerber, E. (PI) Northwestern Alumnae Curriculum Development Award, 2014-2015 ($15,000)

Teaching Experience

Segal Institute of Design, Northwestern University

  • DSGN 495: Design and Emotion
  • DSGN 101: Design Thinking and Communication
  • DSGN 401: Human Centered Service Design
  • DSGN 305: Human Centered Experience Design
  • COMM 525/MTS 525/DSGN 495: Communication Design
  • DSGN: Business and Design Integration

Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University

  • Executive Education Program on Innovation Leadership
  • Executive Education Program on Human Centered Innovation
  • Executive Education Program on Customer Focused Innovation
  • Business Process Innovation: Treating the Organization as a Prototype
  • Creating Infectious Action: Integrating Design Thinking and Business
  • Clicks n’ Bricks: Creating Mass Market Experiences Using Design
  • Adventures in Design Thinking Graduate School Workshop

Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Creativity and Innovation

Joint Program in Design in Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University

  • Advanced Product Design: Implementation
  • Advanced Product Design: Needfinding
  • Ambidextrous Thinking

Course partners included: Jet Blue, Fidelity, Walmart, Mozilla, Kohl’s Children’s Museum, Abbott Laboratories, Erie Community Health Center, Kaiser Permanente, & British Petroleum

Student Supervision

  1. Hazel Yun, Crowdfunding, BS expected in 2016
  2. Claire McClosky, Digital Lofts, BS expected in 2016
  3. Cassie Coravos, Digital Lofts, BS expected in 2016
  4. Stephanie Shapiro, Digital Lofts, BS expected in 2016
  5. Bryan Berger, History of Social Computing, BS expected in 2016
  6. Daniel Rees Lewis, Analogies in Design, PhD expected in 2018
  7. Emily Harburg, Innovation Self-Efficacy in Social Computing, PhD expected in 2018
  8. Nicole Chu, Crowdfunding, BS expected in 2015
  9. Alan Besquin, Crowdfuding for Design, BS expected in 2013
  10. Hannah Hudson, Crowds in the Classroom, BA, 2014 (Project Manager, Intuit)
  11. Peter Phelan, Using Mobile Devices to Collect Field Observations, MS, 2013
  12. Amy Laurin, The Role of Crowdfunding in Scientific Research, BS, 2013
  13. Michael Greenberg, Resource Exchange in Crowdfunding, PhD expected in 2016
  14. Liz Kramer, Development of a Measure of Innovation Self-Efficacy, MS independent study in 2013 (Design Researcher, IA Collaborative)
  15. Julie Hui, A Network Perspective on Crowdfunding, PhD expected in 2016
  16. Jenny Braunstein, Murphy Scholar, Innovation Support Tools, BA completed in 2012 (Project Manager, Mint.com)
  17. Lauren Tindal, Motivations for Crowdfunding in Science, BA expected in 2014
  18. Megan Scherich, Running a Crowdfunding, BA independent study completed in 2012
  19. Sheena Lewis, Affective Computational Priming, PhD independent study completed in 2010 (Professor, DePaul)
  20. Patti Bao, Momentum: Getting and Staying on Topic During a Brainstorm, PhD independent study project completed in 2010 (UX Researcher, Google)
  21. Hannah Chung, Mechanical Engineering, Emotional-Storyboarding: A Participatory Method for Emotional Designing for Children and Crowdfunding, BS independent study completed in 2011 (CCO, Sproutel)
  22. Rebecca Komarek, Learning Sciences, Designing for America: A Case study of Service Learning, Masters thesis co-advised with Dr. Lois Trauvetter completed in 2010
  23. Molly Lafferty, Radio, Film & Television, Effects of Improvisation-based Warm-up Activities on Brainstorming Outcomes in Design Teams, BA independent study completed in 2010
  24. Ben Schriesheim, Engineering Design and Innovation, Roll-out Table for Apartment Dwellers, MS independent study completed in 2009 (Designer, Solidworks)
  25. Sarah Hulseman, Engineering design and Innovation, Textured Packaging for Men’s Shaving Products MS independent study completed in 2009
  26. Tarresha Pointdexter, Learning and Organizational Change, The Birth of a Knowledge Broker, BA independent study completed in 2009
  27. David Hoffman, Learning Sciences, Momentum: Getting and Staying on Topic During a Brainstorm, BA independent study completed in 2009 (CEO, The Next Big Sound)

Honors, Distinctions, Patents, and Grants to Advisees

  1. Daniel Rees Lewis selected for the Northwestern Advance Cognitive Fellowship, 2014
  2. Emily Harburg selected as NSF Graduate Fellow, 2014
  3. Mert Iseri and Yuri Malina selected as top 20 business leaders in their 20’s by Crain’s Business Week
  4. Hannah Chung selected by Warren Buffet for top Start Up Pitch
  5. Design for America’s Swipe Sense as “Top 10 WSJ Startup of the Year”
  6. Julie Hui and Mike Greenberg selected as NSF Graduate Fellow, 2013
  7. Julie Hui and Mike Greenberg selected as Segal Design Fellows, 2013
  8. Hannah Chung selected as top 15 female tech entrepreneurs to look out for in 2012
  9. Design for America team selected for Beta Spring, a startup incubator, 
 2011
  10. Design for America team selected for Health Box, a startup incubator, 
2011
  11. Provisional Patent for a Toy for Diabetic Children for Design for America, 2011
  12. Semi-finalists of the national Diabetes Mine Challenge for Design for America, 2011
  13. Boeing Company Award for Design for America,
 2011
  14. Semi-finalist for the Dell Social Innovation Competition for Design for America, 2011
  15. Patent for a Hand Sanitation Device by Design for America, 2010
  16. Sheena Lewis, NSF Graduate Fellowship
, 2010
  17. Design for America, Winner of the Northwestern’s Entrepreneurial Idol Competition 2010
  18. Water Health and Development Field Exchange for Design for America
, 2010
  19. Northwestern’s Breed Fund for Design for Design for America
, 2009
  20. Northwestern’s Initiative for Sustainability and Energy Grant for Design for America, 2009
  21. Winner of the national Diabetes Mine Challenge for Design for America, 
2009
  22. Winner of the national Social Designer Challenge for Design for America, 2009

Industry Experience 

Design Researcher, Green Campus Initiative, Harvard University, Cambridge
Teacher and School Administrator, The San Francisco School, San Francisco
Design and Marketing Researcher, Wild Planet Toys, San Francisco

Service

Faculty Founder and Council Member, Design for America, 2008-current
Faculty advisor, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Northwestern, 2009-current
Faculty advisor, Improv & Eng Graduate Student Group, Northwestern, 2009-current
Program Committee Member, Computer Human Interaction Conference 2010, 2011, 2013
Program Committee Member, Design of Interactive Systems, 2014
Technical Committee Member, Symposium on Crowdfunding, 2013
Communications Chair, Collective Intelligence Conference, 2014
Publicity Co-Chair, Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference, 2015

Peer Reviewer for the following outlets

  • International Journal of Design, 2012
  • Journal of Engineering Education, 2010
  • International Journal of Engineering Education, 2009, 2011
  • Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis, and Manufacturing 2011
  • American Society for Mechanical Engineering, 2012
  • IEEE Internet Computing, 2012
  • Computer Human Interaction Conference 2008 – present
  • User Interface Software and Technology, 2012 – present
  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work Conference, 2012 – present
  • IEEE Human Computation, 2014

Membership

American Society for Engineering Education
Association for Computing Machinery
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Design and Emotion Society
Design Research Society
Industrial Designers Society of America

Last updated June 6, 2014