Caroline Jaffe

Responsive Environments
  • Research Assistant

Caroline is a third-year Ph.D. candidate and research assistant in the Responsive Environments group.  Her research is focused on finding creative and thoughtful ways to apply technology to issues of sustainability and human behavior. She is currently developing sensor technologies to support sustainable agriculture and food systems. 

Caroline received her S.M. in 2017; she completed her Master's thesis work in the  Social Computing group, where she worked on sensors and social technologies to encourage the use of urban bicycling and sustainable transportation. 

After graduating from Yale in 2013 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Caroline spent a year in the Netherlands as a Fulbright Scholar, conducting independent research on cycling behavior.                                     

Caroline is a third-year Ph.D. candidate and research assistant in the Responsive Environments group.  Her research is focused on finding creative and thoughtful ways to apply technology to issues of sustainability and human behavior. She is currently developing sensor technologies to support sustainable agriculture and food systems. 

Caroline received her S.M. in 2017; she completed her Master's thesis work in the  Social Computing group, where she worked on sensors and social technologies to encourage the use of urban bicycling and sustainable transportation. 

After graduating from Yale in 2013 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Caroline spent a year in the Netherlands as a Fulbright Scholar, conducting independent research on cycling behavior.