ConferenceXP People

People

Richard
									      Anderson
									      photo Richard Anderson is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. He graduated with a B.A. in Mathematics from Reed College in 1981, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1985. He joined the University of Washington in 1986 and has conducted research in the theory and implementation of algorithms. His current research focuses on Educational Technology with projects in classroom interaction technologies, tutored video instruction and distance learning. His involvement with ConferenceXP began in 2001-2002 academic year when he was a visiting researcher at Microsoft Research. While at Microsoft, he led the development of Classroom Presenter, a tool for delivering presentations from the TabletPC. He was the 2007 recipient of the UW College of Engineering Faculty Innovator for Teaching Award.
Fred Videon photo Fred Videon is a software engineer at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. He has been working on distance learning applications for the UW CSE Professional Masters Program since 1997. His involvement with ConferenceXP began in 2001, and ConferenceXP was first deployed for distance learning by the UW CSE Professional Masters Program in Spring 2002. Since then he has contributed several applications to the ConferenceXP platform, focusing on Windows Media streaming (Windows Media Gateway), archive transcoding (CXP Archive Transcoder) and integrated archive playback (CXP WebViewer).
Paul Oka photo Paul Oka, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Research As a research program manager, Paul Oka is responsible for coordinating multi-million dollar research alliances between Microsoft Research and academic institutions. He is a member of Microsoft External Research and Programs group and is located on MIT's campus in Cambridge, MA where he leads research projects as a technical advisor and coordinates technology transfer between universities and Microsoft Research.
Jim DeRoest
 photo Jim DeRoest Jim DeRoest is director, streaming media technologies for the Computing & Communications department at the University of Washington, and director, e-Science Initiatives for Pacific Northwest GigaPOP. His team is involved in research, development and support focusing on the cyber-infrastructure surrounding multimedia asset capture, digitization, management, and delivery for ResearchChannel, UWTV, KEXP radio, and the University of Washington campus.
Andrew Whitaker
 photo Andrew Whitaker Andrew Whitaker is a Postdoc in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. He graduated with a BS in Computer Science from Indiana University in 1999, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington in 2005. His current interests include operating systems, networking, and computer science education. He is also exploring the applications of computer technology for developing regions.
Ning Li photo Ning Li Ning Li is a visiting scientist in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. He is a PhD candidate in State Key Lab of Software Development Environment in Beihang University (Beijing China). He graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science and Technology from Beihang University in 2004. His current interests include computer-based collaboration technology, networking, and computer science education.
Jing Li photo Jing Li Jing Li is a visiting scientist in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at University of Washington. She is a Ph.D. candidate in School of Computer Science & Engineering at Beihang University (Beijing China). She graduated with a Bachelor Degree in University of Electronical Science & Technology of China in 2005. Her current interests include distributed computing, service-oriented reliability technology, and computer based educational technology.
Ning Li photo Luo Jie Luo Jie is a Ph.D student in School of Computer Science and Engineering at Beihang University, China. He graduate with a B.S. degree in Mathematics from Peking University, China. He is doing a one year visiting research in University of Washington.