Molly Nicholas

PhD (alum)

Molly Jane Nicholas is a Ph.D. student studying Human Computer Interaction with Eric Paulos in the Computer Science department at UC Berkeley. She is particularly interested in exploring how the performing arts and technology can combine in new and interesting ways. Previously, she worked for two years as a Software Engineer at Qualcomm, where she developed FIRST Robotics’ new robotics platform. She has also been a dancer, worked as a puppeteer with Liebe Wetzel's Lunatique Fantastique, and trained circus arts at the Clown Conservatory. Molly Jane received her B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley with a double major in Computer Science and Cognitive Science in 2014.

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Projects

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Sarah Sterman, Molly Jane Nicholas, and Eric Paulos

CSCW 2022

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Molly Jane Nicholas, Sarah Sterman, and Eric Paulos

C&C 2022

🏆 Best Paper

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Cesar Torres, Molly Jane Nicholas, Sangyeon Lee, and Eric Paulos

TEI 2019

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Cesar Torres, Sarah Sterman, Molly Nicholas, Richard Lin, Eric Pai, and Eric Paulos

DIS 2018

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Christine Dierk, Molly Jane Pearce Nicholas, and Eric Paulos

CHI 2018

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Christine Dierk, Sarah Sterman, Molly Jane Pearce Nicholas, and Eric Paulos

TEI 2018

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Cesar Torres, Jasper O’Leary, Molly Nicholas, and Eric Paulos

CHI 2017

🏆 Best Paper