Jason Prideaux

Computer Science Dept.
Deschutes Hall
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403

Office: (541) 346-4426

Email: jprideau@cs.uoregon.edu

Resum

Hello.  I am currently a Research Assitant at the University of Oregon.  I received my Master's of Science and Bachelor's degrees from the University of Oregon and graduated Summa Cum Laude.  I am working on the Think And Link Email project as lead Software and E-Commerce Engineer. While supervised by Professor Steve Fickas, I am in charge of prepping the current software for commercial distribution, create a self-installer package, training software, and support tools. 

My current interests and experience are wearable devices, autonomous vehicles/software, and assistive technology.  My past and current projects included researching Intelligent User Interfaces for people with disabilities, building a wearable computer and autonomous vehicle simulation environment (iSIM), and a toolkit for building context aware applications (CAT).

Projects:

CampusReader - Assistive e-reader for reading comprehension and retainment.

Think And Link - An email program for the cognitively disabled.

iSIM - iPAQ Simulator for testing mobile context aware applications.

CAT - Context-Aware Toolkit.  A middleware for wearable context-aware apps.

ROPE - Reasoning about OPerational Envelopes.  This is an HDCP project sponsored by NASA and NSF.

Wearable Computing Lab - The CIS Wearable Computing Lab.

Using CVS - A short tutorial on CVS.

CIS 571 Final Project - Short report on Mobile Autonomous Robots with a section relating to iSIM.

Presentations

Publications:

Lemoncello, R., Sohlberg, M.M., Fickas, S., Prideaux, J. Landmark Directions Provide Best Initial Orientation Navigation for Adults with Acquired Cognitive Impairments. Manuscript in preparation.

Lemoncello, R., Sohlberg, M.M., Fickas, S., Prideaux, J. Challenges to On-Route Pedestrian Navigation among Adults with Acquired Cognitive Impairments. Manuscript in preparation.

   

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