Celeste Lyn Paul

Celeste is a computer scientist and researcher focused on understanding human factors in security operations. She works for the government, has been speaking on technology for over 10 years, and earned her Ph.D. in Human-Centered Computing from UMBC.

Papers

Cyber Operations Stress Survey (COSS): Studying fatigue, frustration, and cognitive workload in cybersecurity operations J. Dykstra, and C. L. Paul. USENIX Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test, 2018.
Four Perspectives on Human Bias in Visual Analytics E. Wall, L. Blaha, C. L. Paul, K. Cook, and A. Endert. Cognitive Biases in Visualizations, G. Ellis (eds), Springer, 29-42, 2018. (Expanded DECISIVE 2017 workshop paper)
Influencing graph perception and judgment: Effects of direct connections, base rates, and visual layout proximity in social network analysis R. Rhodes, I. Harbison, N. Bos, C. L. Paul, C. Fink, and A. Johnson. Cognitive Science Society Annual Meeting, 2992-2997, 2017.
Effects of Gain/Loss Framing in Cyber Defense Decision-Making N. Bos, C. L. Paul, J. R. Gersh, A. Greenberg, C. Piatko, S. Sperling, J. Spitaletta, D. L. Arendt, and R. Burtner. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 168-172, 2016.
Interruptive Notifications in Support of Task Management C. L. Paul, A. Komlodi, and W. Lutters. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 79, 20-34, 2015.