Jasmine Jones

105 S.State Street
PhD student

Areas of interest

My research integrates ethnographic and technical design approaches towards understanding how to respond to the diverse values of people interacting with and within pervasive computing environments. My contexts of research have included design for aging, technology & accessibility, technology in community healthcare, and, most recently, technology-mediated remembering.

Keywords: HCI, socio-technical studies, ubiquitous computing, ICTD

Honors & Awards

NSF Graduate Research Fellow (2013-2016)

GEM PhD Science Fellow (2012-2017)

Rackham Merit Fellowship (2012-2017)

Google Anita Borg Scholar - Finalist (2012)


B.S. Computer Science -- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies -- University of Maryland, Baltimore County