I am a Computer Science PhD Candidate at UC San Diego. I work in the Design Lab on research in Human-Computer Interaction, advised by Scott Klemmer. My research focuses on supporting and improving peoples' creativity while they work with digital tools by harvesting existing expert content & presenting it in context.
Before joining UCSD, I completed my Honours Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto with a Specialist in Math & Computer Science and a Major in Music.
I love music (playing, singing, listening, writing), photography, and pretty much anything involving being outdoors.
Contextual Video Assistance for Cross-Application Creative Work
Interactive Guidance Techniques for Creative Feedback
Task Distribution for Collocated Workers
Action Suggestions for Complex Software
Framing Peer Feedback
Human-Centered Healthcare Design
Real-time Editing of Material Properties
Communication with Locked-in Syndrome
3D Interactive Piano Keyboard
C. Ailie Fraser, Joy Kim, Alison Thornsberry, Scott Klemmer, and Mira Dontcheva. 2019. Sharing the Studio: How Creative Livestreaming can Inspire, Educate, and Engage. To appear at Creativity & Cognition '19, San Diego, CA, USA.
C. Ailie Fraser, Tricia J. Ngoon, Mira Dontcheva, and Scott Klemmer. 2019. RePlay: Contextually Presenting Learning Videos Across Software Applications. To appear at CHI '19, Glasgow, Scotland. Honorable Mention.
Tricia J. Ngoon, C. Ailie Fraser, Ariel S. Weingarten, Mira Dontcheva, and Scott Klemmer. 2018. Interactive Guidance Techniques for Improving Creative Feedback. CHI '18, Montréal, QC, Canada. Honorable Mention.
C. Ailie Fraser, Tovi Grossman, and George Fitzmaurice. 2017. WeBuild: Automatically Distributing Assembly Tasks Among Collocated Workers to Improve Coordination. CHI '17, Denver, CO, USA.
C. Ailie Fraser, Mira Dontcheva, Holger Winnemöller, Sheryl Ehrlich, and Scott R. Klemmer. 2016. DiscoverySpace: Suggesting Actions in Complex Software. DIS ’16, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Catherine M. Hicks, Vineet Pandey, C. Ailie Fraser, and Scott R. Klemmer. 2016. Framing Feedback: Choosing Review Environment Features that Support High Quality Peer Assessment. CHI ’16, San Jose, CA, USA.
C. Ailie Fraser, Joy Kim, Scott Klemmer, and Mira Dontcheva. 2019. Creative livestreaming: How sharing one’s process can inspire, educate, and engage. To appear at CHI '19 Live Streaming Workshop, Glasgow, Scotland. (Workshop Paper)
C. Ailie Fraser. 2018. The Right Content at the Right Time: Contextual Examples for Just-in-time Creative Learning. UIST '18 Doctoral Symposium, Berlin, Germany.
C. Ailie Fraser, Mira Dontcheva, and Scott Klemmer. 2018. Software videos: Rich content and learning potential, but a challenge for sensemaking. CHI '18 Sensemaking Workshop, Montreal, QC, Canada. (Workshop Paper)
C. Ailie Fraser, Tricia J. Ngoon, Ariel S. Weingarten, Mira Dontcheva, and Scott Klemmer. 2017. CritiqueKit: A Mixed-Initiative, Real-Time Interface For Improving Feedback. UIST '17, Québec City, QC, Canada. (Demo, Poster)
C. Ailie Fraser, Mira Dontcheva, Holger Winnemöller, and Scott R. Klemmer. 2016. DiscoverySpace: Crowdsourced Suggestions Onboard Novices in Complex Software. CSCW '16, San Francisco, CA, USA. (Demo)
CSE 216 - Interaction Design Research
CSC148 - Introduction to Computer Science
Graduate Women in Computing @ UCSD
Web Design & Development