William Baker

UIUC , 2007
M.S. , Computer Science
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William attended the University of Illinois for both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. His thesis was in the area of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and described a new framework for sharing off-the-shelf applications across multiple devices.  After graduation, he worked at a software company developing products used by professional futures traders for 8 years and he now works as a software engineer at Microsoft. William co-authored a paper published in "Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2008" (CHI) and has had 10 patents granted in the field of electronic trading.



M.S. , Computer Science

Class of 2007

Awards & Publications

2008 Impromptu: a new interaction framework for supporting collaboration in multiple display environments and its field evaluation for co-located software development

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