Christopher D. Miller
B.S. Computer Science Student, University of Rochester
I'm an Undergraduate ('14) Computer Science Student at the University of Rochester in Rochester NY. I am active in research work with the ROC HCI Human Computer Interaction lab under Jeff Bigham. My personal goals at this time include finding a meaningful and insightful internship for the Summer of 2013, and to learn as much as I can about CS graduate schools. If either of these things interest you, please feel free to contact me in any of the ways listed below.
CPU Box 273942
Rochester, NY 14627-3942
Research Interests and Experience
Over the last two year or so I have had the good fortune to work with Jeff Bigham and Walter Lasecki to develop Legion: Scribe, a system that allows groups of non-expert transcriptionists to transcribe aural speech in real time. It's pretty cool stuff that is uniquely situated at the crossroads of accessibility and crowd sourcing research, and it's being done by pretty cool people. My experience with the development of Scribe has taught me much about research, development, human computer interaction, and human computation.
Warping Time for More Effective Real-Time Crowdsourcing
Walter S. Lasecki, Christopher D. Miller, and Jeffrey P. Bigham. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013) . Paris, France. To Appear *Best Paper Honorable Mention
Real-Time Captioning by Groups of Non-Experts
Walter S. Lasecki, Christopher D. Miller, Adam Sadilek, Andrew Abumoussa, Donato Borrello, Raja Kushalnagar and Jeffrey P. Bigham. In Proceedings of the Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2012) . Boston, USA. *Nominated for Best Paper
Online Sequence Alignment for Real-Time Audio Transcription by Non-Experts
Walter S. Lasecki, Christopher D. Miller, Donato Borrello and Jeffrey P. Bigham. In Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence Student Abstract (AAAI 2012). Toronto, CAN.