Mehmet Celepkolu

Ph.D. Student, Computer Science, University of Florida
mckolu@ufl.edu

Mehmet Celepkolu is a Ph.D. student advised by Dr. Kristy Boyer in the Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering. His research interests include computer science education, instructional design, collaborative/pair programming environments and natural language processing.

education

Ph.D., Computer Science (Expected 2020)
   University of Florida

M.S., Computer Engineering (2012)
   University of Florida

B.S., Computer and Educational Technologies (2010)
   Ankara University, Turkey

publications

journal articles
2018
[1]Exploring Relationships Between Eye Tracking and Traditional Usability Testing Data. Jiahui Wang, Pavlo Antonenko, Mehmet Celepkolu, Yerika Jimenez, Ethan Fieldman, Ashley Fieldman. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 2018, pp. 1-12. [bib]
conference papers
2018
[3]Thematic Analysis of Novice Students’ Reflections on Pair Programming. Mehmet Celepkolu, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer. Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), Baltimore, Maryland, 2018, pp. 771-776. [bib]
[2]The Importance of Producing Shared Code Through Pair Programming. Mehmet Celepkolu, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer. Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), Baltimore, Maryland, 2018, pp. 765-770. [bib]
2017
[1]Think First: Fostering Substantive Contributions in Collaborative Problem-Solving Dialogues. Mehmet Celepkolu, Joseph B. Wiggins, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer, Kyla McMullen. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2017, pp. 295–302. [bib]
workshop papers
2018
[1]Predicting Student Performance Based on Eye Gaze During Collaborative Problem Solving. Mehmet Celepkolu, Kristy Elizabeth Boyer. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Group Interaction Frontiers in Technology (GIFT), 2018. [bib]