Lauren Kearley

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Georgia Insitutue of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Anticipated Graduation: May 2019

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Concentrations in embedded systems, information management, and mobile computing
Honors: Dean's List, Faculty Honors


Asurion, San Mateo, CA

Software Engineer Intern (iOS): May 2018 - August 2018
  • Implemented redesigned in-app notification system for AT&T Photo Storage and Sprint Gallery
  • Collaborated with a cross-function team to increase the percentage of users with successful photo backups

Contextual Computing Group, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Undergraduate Research Assistant: August 2018 - Present
  • Developed applications for the HoloLens and Magic Leap augmented reality headsets to improve order picking time in sparse warehouse environments
  • Conducted user studies to determine which type of interface and style of augmented reality headset has the most significant improvement to order picking time

Brain Trauma Assessment Protocols, Atlanta, GA

Undergraduate Team Manager & iOS Subteam Manager: January 2018 - Present

Managing a research team whose goal is to develop a suite of iOS, Android, and web applications for patients suffering from aphasia and their clinicians

  • Created an iOS application which is currently used to monitor the heart rate of ophthalmic surgery residents as they progress through their training at Emory University Hospital
  • Utilized AWS to store patient data in a HIPAA compliant database
  • Coordinating and leading weekly meetings of the iOS development team
iOS Developer: August 2017 - January 2018

Working with a team to develop an iOS application which administers the Western Aphasia Battery diagnostic test

  • Developed an iOS application which uses the Western Aphasia Battery to assess patients’ language abilities
  • Utilized Dropbox SDK to automatically upload patients’ test results to their clinician’s Dropbox account
  • Redesigned application to use Firebase to allow clinicians to access their patients’ test results in real-time

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Digital Design Laboratory

Lead Undergraduate Teaching Assistant: January 2019 - Present
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant: August 2017 - December 2018

Instructing two classes of 26 students for ECE 2031, a course which teaches the fundimentals of digital system design

  • Guiding students through the process of designing, prototyping, and debugging digital circuits
  • Teaching programming with hardware description languages using an Altera Cyclone II FPGA
  • Training and supervising three undergraduate teaching assistants

Objects and Design

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant: August 2018 - Present

Assisting with the instruction of a course which is designed to teach the fundamentals of object-oriented software design


Where's My Stuff

Developed an iOS application which allows users to post lost, found, or donated items

  • Utilized a Firebase database to store item information in a JSON tree
  • Used Firebase authentication and Facebook SDK to manage user accounts

Atlanta Farms, Gardens, and Orchards

Collaborated with a team to create a website which allowed owners to manage their properties and visitors to log property visits and give ratings

  • Created a dynamic website using Python (Flask), HTML, and CSS
  • Implemented a MySQL database to store user data and property information
More projects detailed on project page


Programming Languages



Xcode, Android Studio, Unity3D, Git/Github, Firebase, CocoaPods, AWS

Libraries & Frameworks

Bootstrap, Flask, Pandas, Seaborn


Mbed, Raspberry Pi, Arduino

Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

GT iOS Club

More information about iOS club availible on the iOS club website

Tech Lead: August 2018 - Present

Working with a team of officers to teach the fundimentals of iOS development

Member: August 2017 - May 2018

Collaborating with other aspiring iOS developers to create mobile applications

Hackaton Mentor

Mentoring hackathon participants at various HackGT events and the College of Computing Appathon