My name is Layne and I'm a triple PhD student in computer science, cognitive science, and neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder.
I also taught preschool.
I'm the founder and director of MindScribe, where we make interactive robotic objects to support young children in telling reflective stories about their creative play.
My work is funded by an NSF GRFP fellowship, a Chancellor's fellowship, and an $80K grant from OpenIDEO and Gary Community Investments.
I'm a former foster kid and I'm autistic — I'd love to collaborate with you on how creativity & reflection might support resilience to trauma.
I'm on the job market! I plan to complete my (triple) Ph.D. in computer science, cognitive science, and neuroscience by Summer 2021.
View my CV here.
I'm interested in industry and academic positions as a research fellow or post-doc.
You can read 20+ recommendations about my work from professors, technologists, teachers, and parents.
Layne pitching MindScribe at Catalyze CU Demo Day in 2018. Photo by Justin Joseph.