I am a third year PhD student at the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I am being advised by Yuvraj Agarwal and Norman Sadeh as part of the SynergyLabs research group. I enjoy working on a wide variety of topics, including parallel systems, big data, privacy, and sustainability. I have a particular interest in SmartBuilding and Efficient Computing research.
Email should be directed to email@example.com
J. Gluck, F. Schaub, A. Friedman, H. Habib, N. Sadeh, L. Cranor, Y. Agarwal, SOUPS 2016 Conference Paper
"How Short is Too Short? Implications of Length and Framing on the Effectiveness of Privacy Notices"[PDF]
H. Almuhimedi, F. Schaub, N. Sadeh,
I. Adjerid, A. Acquisti, J. Gluck, L. Cranor, Y. Agarwal, CHI 2015 Conference Paper
"Your Location has been Shared 5,398 Times! A Field Study on Mobile App Privacy Nudging"[PDF]
J. Gluck Computer, Science Senior Thesis
"Fast GPGPU Based Quadtree Construction"[PDF]
J. Gluck, A. Danner. Poster Presentation at Sigma Xi 2013
"A General Purpose Graphics Processing Solution to Quadtree Creation"[PDF]
J. Gluck, N. Dykes Poster Presentation presented at Passionate on Parallel at University of Illinois:
Parallel Branch and Bound: Applying an Asynchronous Multi-Pool Approach to Cyclic Best First Search
Performed SemEval challenge to automatically parse statements to automatically determine simplicity.
(a link will come soon)
Charcoal Programming Language
Benchmark testing and evaluation for efficient implementation of Charcoal, a C dialect
designed for automated cooperative threading schemes for interactive/asynchronous applications.
Election prediction project using bayesian probability based on weighted averages of polling data.
Carnegie Mellon University - PhD in progress in Computer Science
Swarthmore College - B.A. with honors Computer Science and Political Science
Rutgers Preparatory School - High School