Winslow Burleson received his PhD from the MIT Media Lab, Affective Computing Group. He joined ASU's Computer Systems Engineering and the Arts, Media, and Engineering graduate program in 2006.
At MIT he was involved with the Context-Aware Computing Group and the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at the Harvard Business School. He is a National Academies of Science Kavli Fellow and National Science Foundation Panelist. He was a Senior Research Scientist at Deutsche Telekom Laboratories and Research Staff Member at IBM's Almaden Research Center where he was awarded nine patents. Awarded a Master of Science degree at Stanford University's Mechanical Engineering Product Design Program, he taught brainstorming, creativity, innovation, and visual thinking within that department. Prior work included curriculum development at the SETI Institute, Co-Principal Investigator on the Hubble Space Telescope's Investigation of Binary Asteroids, and consultant to UNICEF and the World Scout Bureau on Healthy Lifestyles for Youth. He holds a bachelor's degree in Bio-Physics from Rice University.
PhD, Media Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006
MSE, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 1997
BA, Biophysics, Rice University, 1995
Lee, J., E. Walker, W. S. Burleson and E. B. Hekler. 2014. Programming tool of context-aware applications for behavior change. Poster presented at the 2014 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing Adjunct, 13-17 September, Seattle, WA. (link)
Lee, J., E. Walker, W. S. Burleson and E. B. Hekler. 2014. Exploring users' creation of personalized behavioral plans. Pp. 703-706 Proceedings of 2014 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing Adjunct Publication. Ubicomp '14 Adjunct. Seattle, WA. (link)