Jenny Liang (she/her/hers)

I'm an undergraduate researcher at the University of Washington. I'm fascinated by how we can build intelligent and personalized developer tools using software engineering (SE), human-computer interaction (HCI), and applied machine learning (ML).

I've had the privilege of doing research with the Code & Cognition Lab and the Information & Communication Technologies for Development (ICTD) Lab. I currently am a research intern on the MOSAIC team at the Allen Institute of Artificial Intelligence.

Before doing research, I did software engineering at Microsoft, Apple, and Uber. I intend to use my engineering background and broad research background to drive my SE research.

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Whale Watching in Inland Indonesia: Analyzing a Small, Remote, Internet-Based Community Cellular Network
Matthew Johnson, Jenny Liang, Michelle Lin, Sudheesh Singanamalla, Kurtis Heimerl
The Web Conference (WWW), 2021

Analyzing a novel dataset on traffic data to producce insights on a small, remote, internet-based community network.

Experiences: Design, Implementation, and Deployment of CoLTE, a Community LTE Solution
Spencer Sevilla, Matthew Johnson, Pathriat Kosakanchit, Jenny Liang, Kurtis Heimerl
Mobicom, 2019
project page

Experiences of building and deploying community-owned and -operated LTE networks in rural areas.

An All-in-One Community LTE Network
Spencer Sevilla, Matthew Johnson, Pathriat Kosakanchit, Jenny Liang, Kurtis Heimerl
Mobicom, 2019   (Oral Presentation)
project page

Demo for the Community LTE project (CoLTE) to be presented at the Mobicom 2019 conference.

Explicit programming strategies platform
with Maryam Arab, Yang Yoo, Thomas La Toza, Amy J. Ko
demo / project page

How sharing and collaborating on explicit programming strategies impacts developers’ problem-solving abilities.

Visual COMET demo
demo / project page / arXiv

Research demo for Visual COMET to make visual commonsense inferences on images for events before, during, and after the image.

cs188 Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Building Academic Success through Bottom-Up Computing / Introduction to Computer Systems (Spring 2020)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Software Design & Implementation (Winter 2020, Autumn 2019)

Undergraduate Tutor, Computer Programming I, Computer Programming II (Spring 2019)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Computer Programming II (Winter 2019, Spring 2018)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Computer Programming I/II, accelerated (Autumn 2018)

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