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- The Crowdrouter: an open-source developer-friendly web framework for architecting tasks and workflows to the crowd.
- EmergencyPetMatcher: a crowdwork application for reporting, matching, and verifying lost and found pets during disaster events.
- EPIC Analyze: a data analytics platform for browsing, filtering, annotating, and visualizing large-scale Twitter datasets for crisis informatics research.
- Barrenechea, M., Anderson, Aydin A. A., Hakeem, M., Jambi, S. (2015). Getting the Query Right: User-Interface Design of Analytic Platforms for Crisis Research. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE) - Engineering the Web in the Big Data Era. Springer International Publishing. Nominated for Best Paper Award.
- Barrenechea, M., Anderson, K. M., Palen, L., White, J. (2015). Engineering Crowdwork for Disaster Events: The Human-Centered Development of a Lost-and-Found Tasking Environment. Proceedings of the 48th annual Hawaiian international conference on system science (HICSS).
- Palen, L., Soden, R., Anderson, T. J., Barrenechea, M. (2015). Success and Scale in a Data-Producing Organization: The Socio-Technical Evolution of OpenStreetMap in Response to Humanitarian Events. Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) 2015. Seoul, South Korea.
- Anderson, K. M., Aydin, A. A., Barrenechea, M., Cardenas, A., Hakeem, M., Jambi, S. (2015). Design Challenges/Solutions for Environments Supporting the Analysis of Social Media Data in Crisis Informatics Research. Proceedings of the 48th annual Hawaiian international conference on system science (HICSS). Nominated for Best Paper Award.
- Barrenechea, M. (2014). Mobile Software During Disaster Events: A Motivational Discussion. Boasters of the 2014 Human-Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC). Watsonville, CA.
- Barrenechea, M., Barron, J., and White, J. (2012). No place like home: pet-to-family reunification after disaster. Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference extended abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Retrieved from http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2212433