About Me

Hello! My name is Jordan, and I am a visting lecturer from MIT. I completed my doctorate in Computer Science at Tufts University in 2013. My research interests are Human-Computer Interaction and Visual Analytics, with a focus on human computation and human-computer teams, as well as using graph theory to help social scientists visualize the results of their simulations.

Before that, I earned my Master's degree with a two-year appointment as a Research Assistant for Dr. Marina Bers in the Department of Child Development where I worked on the Tangible Kindergarten Project as part of the Developmental Technologies Research Group.

I live in Methuen, MA with my partner, two grumpy old cats and a rather delightful labrador.