Kuksenok CV (Dec 2015)
In progress: PhD1 in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Advised by James Fogarty (UW CSE), Cecilia Aragon (UW HCDE).
2014: Master of Science2 in CSE at UW. Advised by James Fogarty and Luke Zettlemoyer.
2010: Bachelor of Arts3 in Computer Science; Applied Mathematics at Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH.
Topic: Adoption and Adaptation of Programming Practices in Oceanography
Advised by Cecilia Aragon (UW HCDE), James Fogarty (UW CSE)
Topic: Capturing How People Fix Errors Made by Machine Translation
Advised by James Fogarty (UW CSE), Srini Bangalore (AT&T)
Doctoral research topic:
Adoption and Adaptation of Data Science in Oceanography↩
Master’s research topic:
Interactive Machine Translation↩
Undergraduate research topic:
Online Resources in Chronic Illness Management
Conducted at Carnegie Mellon University Human-Computer Interaction Institute, advised by Jennifer Mankoff↩
Adoption and Adaptation of Data Science in Oceanography (Qualitative Research; Ethnography)
Social Media and Multilingualism Online in Ukraine’s Maidan Movements (Qualitative Research; Human-Centered Data Science)
Critique and meta-analysis of qualitative research of social media data (Analytic Synthesis of Scholarly Literature)
Quantitative1 data exploration and analysis (crowdsourcing, relational db design, SQL, R, visualization, Tableau)
Qualitative data gathering and analysis (interviews, survey design, grounded theory development, visualization)
User-centered design; Value-Sentitive Design (design exercises, participatory design, synthesizing existing research)
Natural language processing (python, toolkits); Machine learning (weka, java, python)
My research toolkit combines qualitative and quantitative methods with automation and design in a way that allows me to offer (1) a unique perspective, which (2) builds on existing understanding of how humans use technology and (3) leads to actionable design and development recommendations.↩