Post Doctoral Research Associate
Fay Shaw is a postdoctoral scholar
at the CEEO with interests in makerspaces, e-textiles, and women in
STEM. Prior to joining the CEEO, she was a Product Design Engineer
in the Softgoods group at Apple. Before that, she worked in a
makerspace in Seattle and founded a small business called
bitwise E-textiles where she designed e-textiles kits and taught
workshops. Fay received her PhD from the University of Washington,
where her research focused on consensus and coordination in
distributed multi-agent systems and wearable devices. She obtained
her master's degree from the University of Washington in and her
B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University. Outside of work she enjoys
knitting, spinning yarn, hiking, ultimate frisbee and biking.
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, 2012
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, 2006
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2003
Fay is the outreach coordinator for Jumbo's Maker Studio. Her
research focuses on learning in makerspaces, particularly focusing
on Tufts undergraduates who are non-engineers.
- F. Shaw, "Decentralized Estimation for Stochastic
Multi-Agent Systems," Ph.D. Thesis, University of Washington.
- F. W. Shaw, A. Chiu, and J. D. McLurkin, "Agreement with
Dropped Messages in Multi-Robot Systems," Proceedings of the
Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) Conference, October 2010.
- F. W. Shaw, E. Klavins, "Grouper: A Proof-of-Concept
Wearable Wireless Group Coordinator," Ubicomp Adjunct
Proceedings, September 2010.
- F. W. Shaw and E. Klavins., "Distributed Estimation and
State Assignment For Stochastically Interacting Robots,"
Workshop on Network Estimation and Control. 2009.
- F. Shaw and E. Klavins, "Distributed Estimation and Control
For Stochastically Interacting Robots," Conference on
Decision and Control. 2008.