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ICER 2021
Mon 16 - Thu 19 August 2021 ICER 2021 will take place online.
Amy Ko

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Name:Amy Ko
Bio:

Amy J. Ko is a Professor at the University of Washington Information School and an Adjunct Professor at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering. She directs the Code & Cognition Lab, where she studies human aspects of programming. Her earliest work included techniques for automatically answering questions about program behavior to support debugging, program understanding, and reuse. Her later work studied interactions between developers and users, and techniques for web scale aggregation of user intent through help systems; she co-founded AnswerDash to commercialize these ideas. Her latest work investigates effective, equitable, scalable ways for humanity to learn computing, including programming languages, APIs, programming strategies, design, and machine learning. Her work spans over 100 peer-reviewed publications, 11 receiving best paper awards and 4 receiving most influential paper awards. She is an ACM Senior Member, and member of ACM SIGCHI, SIGCSE, and SIGSOFT. She received her Ph.D. at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University in 2008, and degrees in Computer Science and Psychology with Honors from Oregon State University in 2002.

Country:United States
Affiliation:University of Washington
Research interests:Computing Education, HCI, Software Engineering

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ICER 2021 Session Chair of Closing (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Opening Coffee (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Opening (part of Plenary)
Program Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
Session Chair of Buddy meetups (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Announcements (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Buddy meetups (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Buddy meetups (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Keynote (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Buddy meetups (part of Plenary)
Session Chair of Award (part of Plenary)
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