Matthew Louis Mauriello

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Publications

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS


Mauriello, M.L., Norooz, L., and Froehlich, J.E., (2015). "Understanding the role of thermography in energy auditing: current practices and the potential for automated solutions." In Proceedings of CHI 2015 To Appear. [Acceptance Rate: 23% (495/2150)] Best Paper Honorable Mention!

Norooz, L., Mauriello, M.L., Jorgensen, A., McNally, B., and Froehlich, J.E., (2015). "BodyVis: A new approach to body learning through wearable sensing and visualization." In Proceedings of CHI 2015 To Appear.
[Acceptance Rate: 23% (495/2150)] Best Paper Honorable Mention!

Mauriello, M. L. and Froehlich, J. E., (2014). "Towards automated thermal profiling of buildings at scale using unmanned aerial vehicles and 3D-reconstruction." In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM international Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing. Adjunct Publication.

Mauriello, M.L., Gubbels, M., Froehlich, J.E., (2014). "Social Fabric Fitness: The design and evaluation of wearable E-textile displays to support group running." In Proceedings of ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. [Acceptance Rate: 23% (464/2034)]

Lee, T. Y., Mauriello, M.L., Ingraham, J., Sopan, A., Ahn, J., & Bederson, B. B. (2012). "CTArcade: Learning computational thinking while training virtual characters through game play." In Proceedings of ACM CHI 2012 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Extended Abstracts.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS


Lee, T. Y., Mauriello, M. L., Ahn, J., and Bederson, B.B., (2014). "CTArcade: Computational thinking with games in school age children." Forthcoming in the International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction.

TECHNICAL REPORTS


Golbeck, J., and Mauriello, M.L., (2014). "User Perception of Facebook App Data Access: A comparison of methods and privacy concerns." University of Maryland, HCIL-2014-19.

Lee, T., Mauriello, M.L., Ahn, J., and Bederson, B., B. (2012). "CTArcade: Computational thinking with games in school age children." University of Maryland, HCIL-2012-22.