Erin Cherry

Huntsville, AL · me@erincherry.net

Sr. Research Scientist, Human-Computer Interaction

About

Dr. Erin Cherry leads human-computer interaction research in the Advanced Technology business unit at Northrop Grumman Mission Systems. Her research focuses on virtual and augmented reality and swarming.

Publications

Journals

  1. P. Thiha, A. Pisani, K. Gurditta, E. Cherry, D. Peterson, H. Kautz, & P. Wyman. “Efficacy of Web-Based Collection of Strength-Based Testimonials for Text Message Extension of Youth Suicide Prevention Program: Randomized Controlled Experiment.” In JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016. PDF
  2. T. Rahman, A.T. Adams, M. Zhang, E. Cherry, and T. Choudhury. “BodyBeat: Eavesdropping on our Body Using a Wearable Microphone.” GetMobile: Mobile Computing and Communications 19(1):14-17. 2015. PDF
  3. E.A. Cherry and Celine Latulipe. “Quantifying the Creativity Support of Digital Tools through the Creativity Support Index.” In ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 21(4). 2014. Presented at ACM CHI 2015. PDF (CSI Materials)

Conference Papers

  1. F. Cordeiro, E. Bales, E.A. Cherry, and J. Fogarty. “Rethinking the Mobile Food Journal: Exploring Opportunities for Lightweight Photo-Based Capture.” In ACM CHI 2015. PDF
  2. T. Rahman, A.T. Adams, E.A. Cherry, B. Zhou, H. Peng, M. Zhang, and T. Choudhury. “BodyBeat: A Mobile System for Sensing Non-Speech Body Sounds.” In ACM MobiSys 2014. (AR: 13%). PDF
  3. E.A. Carroll, M. Czerwinski, A. Roseway, A. Kapoor, P. Johns, K. Rowan, and m.c. schraefel. “Food and Mood: Just-in-Time Support for Emotional Eating.” In IEEE Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII) 2013, 6 pages, September 2013. (AR: 31%). PDF
  4. F. Davis, A. Roseway, E.A. Carroll, and M. Czerwinski. “Actuating Mood: Design of the Textile Mirror.” In Proceedings of ACM Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI) 2013, Barcelona, Spain, February 2013. PDF
  5. B. Gonzalez, E.A. Carroll, and C. Latulipe. “Dance-Inspired Technology, Technology-Inspired dance.” In Proceedings of ACM NordiCHI 2012, Copenhagen, October 2012 (AR: 24%). PDF
  6. E.A. Carroll and C. Latulipe. “Triangulating the Personal Creative Experience: Self-Report, External Judgments, and Physiology.” In Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2012, Toronto, ON, May 2012.
  7. E.A. Carroll, Danielle Lottridge, Celine Latulipe, Vikash Singh, and Melissa Word. “Bodies in Critique: A Technological Intervention in the Dance Production Process.” In the Proceedings of ACM CSCW 2012, Bellevue, WA, February 2012. (AR: 39%, Revise & Resubmit Process). PDF
  8. V. Singh, C. Latulipe, E.A. Carroll, and D. Lottridge. “The Choreographer’s Notebook – A video annotation system for dancers and choreographers.” In the Proceedings of ACM Creativity & Cognition 2011, Atlanta, GA, November 2011. Nominated for an Emma Award for Best Contribution to Creative Communication. (AR: 23%). PDF
  9. C. Latulipe, E.A. Carroll, and D. Lottridge. “Love, hate, arousal, and engagement: Exploring audience responses to performing arts.” In the Proceedings of ACM CHI, Vancouver, BC, May 2011. (AR: 27%). PDF
  10. C. Latulipe, E.A. Carroll, and D. Lottridge. “Evaluating Longitudinal Projects Combining Technology with Temporal Arts.” In the Proceedings of ACM CHI, Vancouver, BC, May 2011. (AR: 27%). PDF
  11. P. Karr-Wisniewski, E.A. Carroll, and H. Richter Lipford. “Technology Overload: Gender-based Perceptions of Knowledge Worker Performance.” In the Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, MI, August 2011.
  12. E.A. Carroll, C. Latulipe, R. Fung, and M. Terry. “Creativity Factor Evaluation: Towards a Standardized Survey Metric for Creativity Support” In the Proceedings of ACM Creativity & Cognition, Berkeley, CA, October 2009. (AR: 23%). PDF

Extended Abstracts

  1. A. Kerne, C. Latulipe, S. Drucker, L. Candy, K. Hook, A. Webb, and E. Carroll. “Evaluation Methods for Creativity Support Environments.” Workshop for ACM CHI 2013, Paris, France. May 2013.
  2. E. A. Carroll and C. Latulipe. “Capturing ‘In the Moment’ Creativity Through Data Triangulation.” In ACM Creativity & Cognition Extended Abstracts, Atlanta, GA, November 2011.
  3. E. A. Carroll and C. Latulipe. “Convergence of Self-Report and Physiological Responses for Evaluating Creativity Support Tools” In ACM Creativity & Cognition Extended Abstracts, Atlanta, GA, November 2011. (Doctoral Consortium).
  4. C. Latulipe, D. Wilson, B. Gonzalez, A. Harris, E.A. Carroll, S. Huskey, M. Word, R. Beasley, and N. Nifong. “SoundPainter.” In ACM Creativity & Cognition Extended Abstracts, Atlanta, GA, November 2011.PDF
  5. E.A. Carroll and C. Latulipe. “The Creativity Support Index.” In ACM CHI Extended Abstracts, Atlanta, GA, April 2009.
  6. D. Wilson, H. Richter Lipford, E.A. Carroll, P. Karr, and N. Najjar. “Charting New Ground: Modeling User Behavior in Interactive Geovisualization.” In ACM GIS, NY, Nov 2008.

Creativity Support Index (CSI)

The Creativity Support Index (or CSI) is a survey metric designed specifically for evaluating the ability of a creativity support tool (CST) to support a user's creative process. It is intended to be administered after a participant has finished using a CST, and provide an index score out of 100.

The jar files below are no longer maintained, but they are provided for legacy purposes.

Education

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Doctor of Philosophy
Computing & Information Systems

Research Area: Human-Computer Interaction

2008-2013

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Bachelor of Science
Psychology & Cognitive Science
2003-2008