Josephine Klefeker

Class of 2020: Jolie Klefeker

May 11, 2020

Jolie Klefeker graduates on May 14 from the College of Engineering and Applied Science with a BS in Technology, Arts & Media and a minor in computer science, but as a researcher in the ATLAS Institute’s Unstable Design Lab, her work rises to the level of a successful PhD student. She is receiving ATLAS Institute’s Outstanding Undergraduate Award and the CEAS Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award.

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ATLAS research helps define the future of human-computer interaction

May 1, 2020

At a time when the field of human-computer interaction is becoming more important than ever, ATLAS researchers are making substantial contributions, contributing nine papers and two workshops to CHI '20.

Clement presenting his research at the DIS '19 conference.

ATLAS makes its mark at DIS'19

July 10, 2019

Researchers from ATLAS Institute's THING, ACME and Unstable Design labs took home "Best Paper" and "Best Pictorial" awards as well as contributed four research presentations at the ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS '19), held in San Diego, June 23-28.

Josephine Klefeker

Undergraduate researcher Josephine Klefeker presents paper at DIS '19 conference.

June 27, 2019

"Envisioning Reflective, Relaxing, and Restorative Design with ASMR," authored by Josephine Klefeker and Laura Devendorf, was presented by lead author, Klefeker, during the works-in-progress track of the 2019 Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '19). Klefeker is an undergraduate researcher in the Unstable Design Lab, where her research interests include using technology to provoke introspection as well as to develop meditative forms of interaction.

Jolie Klefeker

CTD junior chosen as Grace Hopper Research Scholar

Jolie Klefeker was chosen as a Grace Hopper Research Scholar, a national program that aims to increase the number of undergraduate women with an interest in computing research.