Ben Jones

PhD Student
GRAIL research group
Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering

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I am a PhD student at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, advised by Adriana Schulz. I study computational fabrication and human-ai interaction. My research interests include inverse problem and tools for creative problem solving.

Prior to joining the University of Washington I earned bachelors degrees in physics and joint mathematics and computer science from Harvey Mudd College. In my capstone project I helped develop a wireless power transmission array for space-based solar power. I then prototyped distributed systems for web analytics at Quantcast, and later worked on computational imaging in the Biophotonics Laboratory at Caltech.


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UW = University of Washington
HMC = Harvey Mudd College
CGU = Claremont Graduate University
CMC = Claremont McKenna College