Member of the Technical Staff
Sebastian Echeverria is a member of the Advanced Mobile Systems (AMS) initiative and is part of the Edge-Enabled Tactical Systems (EETS) team. His work and areas of interest include
- Cloud computing at the edge
- Mobile ad hoc networks
- Android development
Sebastian Echeverria is a member of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Echeverria has over 5 years of professional software development experience, working in the commercial software industry. His main areas of expertise include mobile computing, distributed systems architecture, and software development processes.
Before joining the SEI, Echeverria was Product and Development Manager at Woodtech Measurement Systems (Chile), where he led the development of several award-winning products for the international forest and mining industries. He also worked as the main software architect at Woodtech, helping design Chilean-made wood-measurement systems that are now used in South America, Europe, and the United States. Before joining Woodtech, Echeverria had worked on collaborative e-learning, using mobile devices and other technologies to improve the learning experience for students of middle-school classes and training courses.
Publications (recent or significant)
- “A Framework for the Design and Integration of Collaborative Classroom Games” - Alejandro Echeverría, Cristian García-Campo, Miguel Nussbaum, Francisca Gil, Marco Villalta, Matías Améstica, Sebastián Echeverría. Computers & Education 57 (2011), pp. 1127-1136.
- “Collaborative Immersive Environments for the Classroom” - Alejandro Echeverría, Miguel Nussbaum, Francisca Gil, Sebastián Echeverría. ACM CHI 2010, Workshop: Next Generation HCI for Education. Atlanta, GA, USA.
- MS, Software Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
- MS, Computer Science, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
- BS, Computer Science, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile