Carol E. Reiley >Ph. D. Candidate



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Carol E. Reiley

Ph.D. Candidate

Johns Hopkins University

Department of Computer Science

Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics

EMAIL creiley@jhu.edu

PHONE +1.408.718.8249

WEB http://creiley.com



Last Updated: Jan. 10th, 2011



EDUCATION

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD



Ph.D. in Computer Science, expected Summer 2012

M.S. in Computer Science, April 2007
Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

B.S. in Computer Engineering, May 2004
OBJECTIVE

Applying 11 years of robotics experience towards new surgical applications and opportunities in the market with an interdisciplinary team. My research interests are on the development of intelligent robotic systems that can aid humans in performing skillful tasks more effectively. I have been applying techniques from machine learning, computer vision, and natural language processing to the field of biomedical engineering. I am interested in evaluating human performance in dexterous tool manipulation, providing augmented feedback through visual cues or haptic (touch) interfaces, enabling human-machine collaborative control, and automating repetitive tasks. Application areas include surgery, industrial robotics, remote exploration, creative expression, and education.



WORK EXPERIENCE

Tinkerbelle Labs, San Francisco, CA

Founder, March 2010-present

Startup to direct group of tinkerers who design low cost, do it yourself projects. Special interests in environmental, robotic, and healthcare projects. Goal is to engage people to learn and think about problems on a global scale.


General Electric Research, Niskayuna, NY

Research Intern, Summer 2007

Spatial-Temporal Classification for People Localization.


AID-Network, Rockville, MD

Clinical Coordinator, 2007

Clinical Trials for Wireless Patient Monitoring Systems at startup.


Lockheed Martin Space Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA

R&D Engineer, May 2004-January 2005

Worked with architecture and development teams to support software requirements for Space Based

Infrared Systems (SBIRS) program.
Provided detailed flow diagrams of the software program. Wrote C and Matlab files to support the Data and Design team on the winning multi-billion dollar contract proposal (Mobile User Objective System).
Co-op, Central Design Engineering, January 2004-May 2004

Designing prototypes in Solidworks, design engineering writing/maintaining scripts and search engine.
Evergreen School District, Vancouver, WA

Homework Helpline” TV Math and English tutor, September 1999-June 2000

Live local cable television show for K-12 students to call for homework help. Aired three nights a week.
Southwest Medical Hospital, Vancouver, WA

Volunteer, September 1994-June 2000

Accumulated over 500+ hours of service working in emergency room, information desk, and maternity wards.


PATENTS

1. Carol E. Reiley, Gregory D. Hager, Balakrishnan Varadarajann, Sanjeev Khudanpur, Rajesh Kumar, and Henry

C. Lin. Method and System for Quantifying Technical Skill. United States patent application #JHU3210/PCT,

International #PCT/US2010/028025 filed March 20, 2009.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Research Assistant, 2007-present

Responsibilities include developing methods to objectively evaluate surgical skill using machine learning, coordinating with 11 hospitals and robotic surgical training centers around the US for large dataset, numerous papers and technical presentations.

Thesis Dissertation: “Objective Skill Evaluation for Robot-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery”

Advisor: Dr. Gregory Hager


Research Assistant, 2004-2007

Explored alternatives to force feedback during robotic surgery using augmented reality. Collaborative agreement and co-authored papers with Intuitive Surgical Inc. and clinicians. Responsibilities include programming, circuitry, human subject studies, numerous papers and technical presentations.

Masters Thesis: “System Design and Implementation of Visual Force Feedback and Virtual Fixtures in Robot Assisted Surgical Systems: Evaluating Alternatives to Direct Force Feedback Using Augmented Reality”

Advisor: Dr. Allison Okamura


Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Visiting Student, 2008

Researching the underlying motions of surgery to automatically evaluate a surgeon’s skill level using

machine learning and statistical methods.

Advisor: Dr. Gregory Hager


University of Delaware, Newark, DE

Summer researcher, CRA-W DMP Program, 2003

Program Slicing for OpenMP Shared Memory Parallel Programs. Designed and implemented a user-friendly

web interface.

Advisor: Dr. Lori Pollock


Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Senior Thesis Researcher, 2004

Undergraduate Thesis: Haptic Integration of IBM Manipulator. Responsibilities include being lead programmer in interdisciplinary team of six engineers, designing human factors studies. Won best in session and other awards.

Advisors: Dr. Christopher Kitts and Dr. Neil Quinn
Research Assistant, 2001-2003

Low Cost Underwater Robotics Design. Lead programmer and team leader of an interdisciplinary team of five engineers to develop a shallow underwater vehicle.

Advisor: Dr. Christopher Kitts
TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS

Programming Languages: C/C++, Matlab, Java, Perl, Shell Programming, Latex, HTML
Operating Systems: Windows, Mac OS, Solaris, Linux

Computer Science Courses: Computer Vision, Databases, Programming Languages,

Randomized Algorithms, Computer Network Fundamentals, Machine Learning , Linear Optimization



Mechanical Engr. Courses: Motors, Sensors, and Actuators, Introduction to Robotics, Haptic Systems

BioMedical Engr. Courses: Computer Integrated Surgery I, Surgery for Engineers, Biology for Engineers

Other Grad Courses: Intellectual Property-Short Course, Engineering Management,

Responsible Research Conduct


HUMAN SUBJECTS EXPERIMENT EXPERIENCE

IRB management | Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Medical, 11 medical institutions for multicenter data collection including Stanford, Boston Children’s hospitals (coordination)

Subject types | surgeons (30+), students (85+)

Experiment types | controlled laboratory experiment, focus group, needs assessment

Experiment locations | laboratory, operating room, surgical system headquarters (Intuitive Surgical)
OPERATING ROOM EXPERIENCE

IDEs: 1 submitted, 1 in progress

Surgeries Observed | plastic surgery (3), prostectomy (5), biventricular lead replacement (5)

Types of Labs | animal labs (30+), cadaver labs (7)
AWARDS AND HONORS

Grants:

  1. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. 1 of 1000 recipients awarded nationally (~5%), $122,500 over 3 years, 2007-2010.

  2. JHU Alumni Association Community Action Grant: Funded to buy robotic kits for low income high schools to participate in the JHU Robotics Systems Challenge, 2006-2007 & 2008-2009 ($2000).

  3. JHU Digital Media Center Creative Use of Technology Grant: “Input Devices for Developing Photo and Video Applications for Social Networks” ($500).

  4. SCU Dean’s Fund: Wrote proposal to win grant for senior design project, 2004 ($500).

  5. SCU Student Leadership Fund: Grant to fund senior design project, 2004 ($500).


Recognition:

  1. MAKE Magazine, 1st female engineer on cover, 2012.

  2. Clare Booth Luce SWE (Society of Women Engineers) Scholarship. Solo recipient of top National SWE Scholarship awarded to high-achieving female in graduate school, 2007.

  3. SWE Baltimore/Washington Scholarship, 2006.

  4. Raymond M. Galantine Award: Recognizes an outstanding engineering student who has demonstrated a commitment to putting into practice the Catholic and Jesuit ideal of people in the service of others, 2004.

  5. James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, Div IV Silver Award, 2004.

  6. Best of Session, Santa Clara University Interdisciplinary Engineering Session for Senior Capstone: Haptic Integration (force feedback) of an IBM manipulator. Awarded to top interdisciplinary senior design team, 2004.

  7. Faculty Recognition for Technical Excellence: 1 of 8 seniors from the class of 2004 at Santa Clara University for completing a capstone design project that is distinguished by an exceptionally high degree of technical and scholarly achievement, 2004.

  8. National Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Scholarship, 2004.

  9. Silicon Valley Engineering Council Engineering Education Scholarship: recognition of 1 of 6 engineering students for their dedication, focus, and commitment to engineering, 2004.

  10. Dean’s Scholar, Merit-based fellowship awarded to top students in engineering, renewable for 4-years, 2000-2004.

  11. Bannan Merit Scholarship, This scholarship is awarded to a limited number of students who have demonstrated high academic achievement and exemplify the best traditions of Santa Clara University in terms of leadership, integrity, and community service, 2000-2004.

  12. Chinese American Citizens Alliance Fred G. Lee Memorial Scholarship, 2000.

  13. SouthWest Medical Hospital Junior Volunteer Health Auxiliary Scholarship, 1 of 5 recipients selected based on community service, 500+ hours volunteering at hospital, 2000.


Travel grants:

  1. GRASSROOTS Travel grant, IEEE International Conference of Robotics and Automation (up to $500 to visit labs in Japan).

  2. Travel Award & Conference Attendee, 2004 Grace Hopper Conference, October 2004.

  3. American Association of University Women (AAUW) Conference for College Women Student Leadership Attendance Scholarship. 100 female leaders from all majors at Brown University for a leadership workshop, 2003.


GLOBAL STATEGIC LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

Administrative Committee, International Student Activities Chair, 2008-2010

• 1 student selected worldwide to serve a 2-year term on the elected voting board.

• Proposed, led, and organized activities for the member association board for the 1500+ students at IEEE

ICRA and IROS conferences.

• New Initiatives: mentoring programs, leadership workshops, and social activities.

• Started a student column in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine and contributed biyearly.



COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

1. Member, Engineering Alumni Board, SCU, 2008-present.

• 1 of 15 members elected to meet with the dean once a month to discuss alumni activities.

• Helped plan alumni weekend and select winner of yearly distinguished alumni award.

2. Graduate Student Advisor, Computer Integrated Surgery Student Research Society, JHU. 2007-2008.

3. Board Member, Whiting School of Engineering Diversity Council, JHU, 2006-2007.

• Initiated Engineers’ Appreciation Week.

4. President, Computer Integrated Surgery Student Research Society & National Engineering Research Center

Student Leadership Council, JHU, 2005-2007.

• Ran the National Engineering Research Center Student Leadership Council and yearly ERC meeting for

the 23 student leaders across the US.

• Designed new high school Robotics Systems Challenge competition with 100+ students.

• Won $500 community action grant to help buy robotic kits for low-income high schools in Baltimore to

participate.

• Organized speakers for Hopkins undergraduate, graduate, and medical students interested in

engineering, medicine, or both. Speakers include surgeons, faculty, and industry affiliates.

5. Founding Board Member/Treasurer/Peer Mentor, JHU Graduate Women of Whiting, 2004-2005.

• Organized panels on topics such as challenges of breaking into male-dominated fields, planning for a

career and family, and the opportunities that science and engineering provide for women.

6. Treasurer, Computer Integrated Surgery Student Research Society, JHU, 2004-2005.

7. Co-Chair, Engineering Executive Council, SCU, 2003-2004.

• Engineering leaders from various organizations meet quarterly with the dean to coordinate events.

8. Vice President, Society of Women Engineers, SCU, 2003-2004.

• SWE/ACM Industry Night (Won Golden Gate SWE Regional 1st place for event, 2004).

• SWE Carnival: Showcased senior design project and robotics to 40 elementary school students.

• Spearheaded STARS event: 60 middle school students learn about Autocad, Underwater Robotics, and

basic science experiments. (Won Golden Gate SWE Regional 2nd place for event, 2004).

9. Founder and President, Association of Computing Machinery, SCU, 2002-2004.

• Wrote bylaws and selected officers across Computer Engineering and Computer Science.

• Invited speakers from industry and academic, organized tours of Silicon Valley companies.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Computer Vision

Teaching Assistant, Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2010

Primary Instructor: Dr. Gregory D. Hager

Number of students: 50 students (37 graduate and 13 undergraduate)

Held office hours, conducted problem solving sessions, graded exams.


Facebook 101: Developing Photo and Video Applications for Online Social Networks

Instructor & new course designer, Johns Hopkins University, Intersession 2009

Number of students: 12 undergraduate students

Entrepreneurial course designed to create and launch web 2.0 applications using computer vision tools to detect or track objects in the environment. Students worked in small teams to conceptualize, develop, distribute, and

market new applications to Facebook users. Co-taught with Daniel Mirota.



Haptic Applications in Medical Robotics

Instructor & new course designer, Johns Hopkins University, Intersession 2007

Student Evaluations: Mean teaching evaluation score of 4.85 out of 5.0

Number of students: 14 undergraduate students

An overview of medical robotic technology and haptic feedback in a surgical setting. Course work included

weekly lectures, hands-on laboratory exercises, paper readings, discussions, and presentations. Co-taught

with Dr. Panadda Marayong.


PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters/Collections:

1. A. M. Okamura, L. N. Verner, C. E. Reiley, and M. Mahvash. “Haptics for Robot-Assisted Surgery”, International

Symposium of Robotics Research, Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, pp. 405-416, 2007.
Journals:

1. B Varadarajan, C. E. Reiley, S. Khudanpur, and G. D. Hager. “Exploring Data-Driven Statistical Models for

Computer Integrated Surgery”, Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (submitted, impact factor 2.15).

2. C. E. Reiley, H. C. Lin, D. D. Yuh, G. D. Hager. A Review of Methods for Objective Surgical Skill Evaluation,

Surgical Endoscopy, (accepted, impact factor 3.231).

3. L. Su, B. P. Vagvolgyi, R. Agarwal, C. E. Reiley, R. H. Taylor, and G. D. Hager. Augmented reality during robot-assisted laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: Toward real-time 3d-ct to stereoscopic video registration.

Journal of Urology, 73(4):896-900, 2009 (impact factor 3.952).

4. B. Vagvolgyi, C. E. Reiley, G. Hager, R. Taylor, and L.M. Su. Augmented Reality Using Registration of

3D Computed Tomography To Stereoscopic Video of Laparoscopic Renal Surgery. Journal of Urology,

179(4):241-241, 2008 (Impact factor 3.952).

5. C. E. Reiley, T. Akinbiyi, D. Burschka, A. M. Okamura, C. Hasser, D. Yuh, “Effects of Visual Force Feedback on

Robot-Assisted Surgical Task Performance.” The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Vol. 135,

Issue 1, pp.196-202, January 2007 (impact factor 3.037).
Peer-Reviewed Conferences:

1. C. E. Reiley, E. Plaku, G. D. Hager, C. C. G. Chen, Motion Generation of Robotic Surgical Tasks: Learning From

Expert Demonstrations. Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 2010 (oral). 

2. C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, Decomposition of Robotic Surgical Tasks: An Analysis of Subtasks and Their

Correlation to Skill, MICCAI M2Cai workshop, 2009 (poster).

3. B. Varadarajan, C. E. Reiley, H. C. Lin, S. Khudanpur, G. D. Hager, Data-Derived Models for Segmentation with

Application to Surgical Assessment and Training, MICCAI, pages 426-434, 2009 (poster, acceptance rate 32%).

4. C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, Task versus Subtask Surgical Skill Evaluation of Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgery,

MICCAI, pages 435-442, 2009 (poster, acceptance rate 32%).

5. C. E. Reiley, H. C. Lin, B. Varadarajan, B. Vagolgyi, S. Khudanpur, D. D. Yuh, and G. D. Hager, “Automatic

Recognition of Surgical Motions Using Statistical Modeling for Capturing Variability”, Medicine Meets Virtual

Reality, 132:396-401, 2008 (oral).

6. T. Akinbiyi, C. E. Reiley, S. Saha, D. Burschka, C. J. Hasser, D. D. Yuh, and A. M. Okamura. “Dynamic Augmented

Reality for Sensory Substitution in Robot-Assisted Surgical Systems,” 28th Annual International Conference

of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2006, pp. 567-570 (oral, acceptance rate 25%).
Abstracts/Short Papers/Non-Refereed:

1. C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, C. C. G. Chen, Skill Assessment for Robotic Surgery Using Statistical Models. Female

Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery 2010 (presentation).

2. B. Vagvolgyi, C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, A. W. Levinson, L. Su, “Tumor Registration of Augmented Reality

Overlay of a 3D CT to Real-time Stereoscopic Video During Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy”, American

Urological Association, 2007 (oral, acceptance rate 27%).

3. B. Vagvolgyi, C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, A. W. Levinson, L. Su, “Toward Direct Registration of Video to

Computed Tomography for Intraoperative Surgical Planning during Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy”,

World Congress of Endourology, 2007 (poster).

4. R. Agarwal, B. Vagvolgyi, C. E. Reiley, G. D. Hager, A.W. Levinson, L. Su, “Tumor registration of augmented

reality overlay of a 3D CT to real time stereoscopic video during laparoscopic partial nephrectomy” World

Robotic Urology Symposium, March 2008 (poster).

5. T. Gao, J. Ji, C. E. Reiley, B. Winters, L. Selavo, N. Whyms. “Advancing MET Through Intelligent Patient

Monitoring”, 3rd Annual Medical Emergency Team/Rapid Response Team Conference, 2007 (poster).

6. C. E. Reiley and A. M. Okamura. “Augmented Reality for Haptic Display in Robot-Assisted Surgical Systems”,

SWE, Kansas City, MO, October 2006.  (Best Poster Finalist)

7. C. E. Reiley. “Dynamic Augmented Reality for Haptic Display in Robot-Assisted Surgical Systems”, CRA-W

DMP Reunion at the 2004 Grace Hopper Conference, Chicago, IL: October 2004 (poster).

8. C. E. Reiley. “Program Slicing for OpenMP Shared Memory Parallel Programs”, University of Delaware

Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, August 2003 (poster).


Peer-Reviewed Education-Based:

1. T. Wedlick, C. E. Reiley, C. Ramey. “A Fair Game: A Low-Cost Easily Implemented Robotics Competition Leads

to Diverse Entrants”, ASEE Mid-Atlantic Section Meeting, 2009 (oral).
Editorial:

1. Robert Armiger and C. E. Reiley. “Air Guitar Hero”, MAKE Magazine, p. 44, January 2012.

2. Alex Russell, Garrick Orchard, C. E. Reiley. “DIY Blood Pressure Monitor”, MAKE Magazine, p. 70, January 2012.

3. C. E. Reiley. “One on One Spotlight with the RAS President”, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, p. 114,

March 2009.

4. C. E. Reiley. “The Future of Robotics”, IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, pp. 19-22, March 2010.


INVITED RESEARCH SEMINARS

  1. “Objective Skill Evaluation: Teaching Surgery.” CalPoly, San Luis Obispo, CA, March 7, 2011; Loyola University,

Baltimore, MD, March 16, 2011; Pacific Lutheran, Tacoma, WA, March 22, 2011.

  1. “Skill Evaluation for Robot-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery: Human to Robot Skill Transfer.” Johns

Hopkins University Eaton E. Lattman Graduate Student Seminar, April 5, 2011.

  1. IEEE Robotics and Automation DC-NoVa chapter meeting, “ Skill Assessment for Robotic Surgery (Language

of Surgery).” University of Maryland, College Park, MD. April 19, 2010.

  1. Mechanical Engineering Graduate Engineering Seminar, “Haptics and Vision in Surgical Robotics.” Santa

Clara University, Santa Clara, CA. February 13, 2008.

  1. Robotics for JHU Alumni Event, “The Language of Surgery.” Liberty Science Center, Newark, NJ. February 10, 2008.

  2. Electrical Engineering Seminar, “Visual Force Feedback and Virtual Fixtures In Robot-Assisted Surgical

Systems.” Oregon Health and Science University OGI School of Engineering and Science, Beaverton, OR.

August 21, 2007.



  1. Computer Engineering Graduate Engineering Seminar, “Dynamic Augmented Reality in Robot-Assisted

Surgical Systems.” Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA. May 26, 2005.
INVITED DESIGN OR OUTREACH PRESENTATIONS

  1. CUSP Design Conference, Chicago, IL, upcoming 2012

  2. USA Science and Engineering Speaker, Washington DC, upcoming 2012

  3. TedxBaltimore (inaugural), Baltimore, MD, May 5, 2011

  4. RoboGames, San Mateo, CA April 16, 2011.

  5. National Association of Graduate Professional Students, JHU Chapter, Baltimore, MD, April 9, 2011.

  6. Women in Johns Hopkins University CS, Baltimore, MD, March 14, 2011.

  7. “The Future of the Operating Room,” Ignite Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, March 10, 2011.

  8. Three hour college workshop, Mountain View High School, Vancouver, WA. October 3, 2006.

  9. WISE college panel for Garrison Forest High School girls, Baltimore, MD. October 19, 2006.

  10. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Santa Clara University Student Chapter, Santa Clara, CA. June

2004.

  1. Society of Women Engineers, Santa Clara University Student Chapter, Santa Clara, CA. May 2004.

  2. College Panel, Wilcox High School, Santa Clara, CA. February 2004.


EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

  1. JHU Robotics Systems Challenge. Organized and designed high school robotics competition (March 31st,

2007 and April 1st, 2006).

  1. Computer Mania Day, Center for Women and Information Technology. Taught three 1-hour long sessions on

computer vision (“Seeing Is Believing,” April 9, 2005) and haptics ( “Force FeelIn,” May 6th, 2006) to middle school girls.

  1. Surgical Lego Competition, Feb. 4, 2005.

  2. HeadsUP What Is Engineering? Fair, January 27, 2005.

  3. SWE/ACM Industry Night (Won Golden Gate SWE Regional 1st place for event, 2004).

  4. SWE Carnival: Showcased senior design project and robotics to 40 elementary school students.

  5. Spearheaded STARS event: 60 middle school students learn about Autocad, Underwater Robotics, and basic

science experiments. (Won Golden Gate SWE Regional 2nd place for event, 2004).

  1. BotBall Competition, November 13, 2003.


MENTORING EXPERIENCE

  1. Taylor Harman. Garrison Forest High School student, Fall 2008. Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Mentorship Program. Currently attending Loyola University.

  1. James Woo. Johns Hopkins undergraduate, Fall 2008. Modeling of surgical motions.

  2. Rahul Agarwal, Johns Hopkins undergraduate, Fall 2007-Spring 2008. Live surgical data recording and

segmentation. Currently attending Yale Medical School.

  1. Rebecca Ringle. Garrison Forest High School student, Spring 2006. Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Mentorship Program. Currently attending Swathmore College.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

National Organizations: IEEE Robotics and Automation, SWE, AAAI, ACM, AAUW, MentorNet


Invited reviewer for: Transactions on Haptics (2011); ICRA (2011); CVPR (2010); Robotics in Autonomous

Systems (2010); ECCV (2010); EMBC (2009); MICCAI (2006, 2009); Robotica (2006).


IN THE MEDIA

Regarding Research:

1. “A Glimpse Into the Future of Medicine,” Johns Hopkins University Engineering Magazine, July 2009.

2. “Aiding Surgeons With Robots,” Santa Clara University Stories, July 2008.

3. “More Than a Feeling,” Johns Hopkins Magazine, April 2007.

4. “Adding Feeling to Robot-Assisted Surgery,” National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

(NIBIB), January 29, 2007.

5. “da Vinci Robotic Surgical System Tool,” NIBIB-Video Gallery, November 2006.

6. “Researcher Gives Robotic Surgery Tools a Sense of Touch,” Science Daily, Robotics Online, November 2006.

7. “Medicine by Design,” Book by Fen Montaigne, May 17, 2006.
Regarding Courses Taught:

1. “Intersession class teaches the art of Facebook applications,” Johns Hopkins Newsletter, Feb 6, 2009.

2. “Face(book) Time at Hopkins,” Baltimore Business Journal, Feb 6, 2009.

3. “Hopkins Students Take Course to Design Facebook Apps,” The Baltimore Sun, Feb 2, 2009.

4. “A Hand Up For Start-Ups,” The Washington Post, Feb 2, 2009.

5. “Facebook apps from college student competition - John Hopkins University,” TheSocialNetworker blog, Jan

29, 2009.

6. “Big Draw: Student-Designed Robots Try ‘Hands’ at Creating Art,” JHU Gazette, Dec 13, 2004.


Regarding Service:

1. “Women Interested In Science and Engineering (WISE) - Mentoring High School Girls in Research”,

Engineering Research Center Achievements Showcase May 2007.

2. “Robots navigate maze, surgery: Robotic Systems Challenge Draws Students from Area Schools,” The

Baltimore Sun, April 1, 2007.

3. “Researcher Heartens Students,” The Oregonian, Feb 9, 2007.


PERSONAL DATA

Date of Birth: August 30th, 1982

Place of Birth: Flint, MI, USA

Languages: English (fluent), Mandarin (fluent), Spanish (beginner)

Hobbies: Traveling, Competitive Dance, Running

Citizenship: USA




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