Julia Gersey

jgersey20 [at] bw [dot] edu · Curriculum Vita

I am a Computer Science and Applied Mathematics student at Baldwin Wallace University, graduating in May of 2024. I am a member of the MOPS Research Group, and my current research focuses on a low-cost and low-power solution to Air Quality Monitoring in Cleveland. This portfolio website hosts my CV, research interests, and side projects. For questions or inquiries, please email me.

Research Interests: Mobile/IoT networks, Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous computing, Privacy & Security.


EduSense: Classroom Sensing Towards More Inclusive & Equitable Teaching

Carnegie Mellon HCII REU

This project explores the use of classroom sensing technologies to collect data to help instructors recognize when and how to implement equitable learning strategies.

May 2023 - Present

Fine-Grained Air Quality Sensing With IoT

MOPS Research Group

NSF-funded project investigating low-cost and low-power air quality monitoring on an internet of things (IoT) platform using Raspberry Pi's, Arduino's, SGP30 TVOC/eCO2 Gas sensors, and PM 2.5 Air Quality sensors.

March 2022 - Present

Campus Plate

MOPS Research Group

Campus Plate is an interdisciplinary research project funded by the EPA’s People, Prosperity, and Planet (P3) Grant to help reduce food waste, food insecurity, and student hunger on college campuses via a mobile application.

March 2021 - May 2022



  • Brian Krupp, Julia Gersey, Jonathon Fagert, Tony Mlady. "Towards Fine-Grained Air Quality Sensing in Urban Environments". 2022 ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2022). (Accepted) (Poster)

  • Brian Krupp, Julia Gersey, Franklin Lebo. "Campus Plate: Connecting Students on College Campuses to Reduce Food Waste and Food Insecurity". 2022 International Conference on Research in Adaptive and Convergent Systems (ACM RACS 2022). (Accepted)