Eileen T. Kraemer, PhD

Graduate coordinator, Ph.D. program in Human-Centered Computing

Dr. Eileen Kraemer joined the faculty at Clemson as the C. Tycho Howle Director of the School of Computing in the summer of 2014. In the spring of 2018 she transitioned to the role of grad coordinator for the HCC PhD program. Prior to her time at Clemson, she served as Professor of Computer Science and Associate Dean of the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Georgia.

Kraemer’s research focuses on the intersection of humans and technology, with two major thrusts: human aspects of software development (CS education and software engineering) and human aspects of bioinformatics (design of tools and user interfaces for bioinformatics).

Recent Publications:
  • Social Effects of Pair Programming Mitigate Impact of Bounded Rationality
  • A Spirit of Camaraderie: The Impact of Pair Programming on Retention
  • Programming with Concurrency: Threads, Actors, and Coroutines
  • Characterizing Comprehension of Concurrency Concepts
  • Debugging Concurrent Software: A Study Using Multithreaded Sequence Diagrams

Clemson University School of Computing | Office: 104 McAdams Hall, Clemson, SC 29634 | 864.656.5874 | etkraem@clemson.edu