• Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
Andruid Kerne

Educational Background

  • Ph.D, Computer Science, New York University 2001
  • M.A. Music, Composition, Wesleyan University 1993
  • B.A. Applied Mathematics and Electronic Media, Harvard University 1982

Research Interests

    • Human-Centered Computing,  HCI
    • Multitouch interaction, Sensory interfaces, Pen+Touch interaction, Gesture recognition
    • Creativity support environments
    • Information visualization
    • Games
    • Ubiquitous computing, Social computing, Multimedia
    • Embedded systems, Software

Awards & Honors

  • NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, 2008

Selected Publications

  • Kerne, A., Koh, E., Smith, S. M., Webb, A., Dworaczyk, B., "combinFormation: Mixed-Initiative Composition of Image and Text Surrogates Promotes Information Discovery," ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), 27(1), 5:1-45, Dec. 2008.
  • Kerne, A., Smith, S.M., Koh, E., Choi, H., Graeber, R., "An Experimental Method for Measuring the Emergence of New Ideas in Information Discovery," International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI), 24 (5), 460-477, July 2008.
  • Kerne, A., Koh, E., "Representing Collections as Compositions to Support Distributed Creative Cognition and Situated Creative Learning," New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (NRHM), 13(2) December 2007.
  • Toups, Z., Kerne, A., "Implicit Coordination in Firefighting Practice: Design Implications for Teaching Fire Emergency Responders," ACM CHI 2007, pp. 707-716.
  • Kerne, A., Koh, E., Dworaczyk, B., Mistrot, J., Choi, H., Smith, S., Graeber, R., Caruso, D., Webb, A., Hill, R., Albea, J., "CombinFormation: A Mixed-Initiative System for Representing Collections as Compositions of Image and Text Surrogates," ACM/ IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, pp. 11-20, 2006.