(For current contact information and research interests, see my home page.)
I worked for ten years at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon before taking my current position in 1997. I began at the SEI working on the Advanced Learning Technologies (ALT) Project, blending AI techniques and digital video technology in the creation of a code inspection course. In the mid-1990s I worked on projects exploring the use of multimedia for requirements elicitation and improving the utility of large multimedia databases for both software engineering tools and training. This included work on the Advanced Multimedia Organizer for Requirements Elicitation (AMORE) which led to my work on the Informedia projects.