HCI Seminar at MIT CSAIL

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We are restarting the HCI seminar series in spring 2017 and will post the speaker list shortly.

First Talk: đź“…  February 7, 2017 (Tuesday), 1pm-2pm
đź“Ť Kiva Seminar Room, Stata Center (32G-449)

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Previous Talks


Machine Learning Approaches for Understanding Social Interactions on Twitter

Alice Oh, KAIST

May 6, 2014. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Towards Collaborative Learning at Scale

Marti Hearst, UC Berkeley

April 11, 2014. 3pm-4pm. Location: 32-D463

Video Design Thinking Tools for the Individual, Group and Community

Brian Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

April 4, 2014. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Programmer, Interrupted: Data, Brains, and Tools

Chris Parnin, Georgia Institute of Technology

March 13, 2014. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449


Charting the space of wellbeing design for HCI Research and Evaluation in Four movements

Mc Schraefel, University of Southampton

November 22, 2013. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Interactive Event Sequence Query and Transformation

Megan Monroe, University of Maryland

December 13, 2013. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Co-Adaptive Instruments: Can we reinvent the graphical user interface?

Wendy Mackay, Inria & Université Paris-Sud

December 12, 2013. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video How Mobile Disrupts Social As We Know It

Monica Lam, Stanford University

April 10, 2013. 4pm-5pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Self and Social Awareness: Designing for Communication and Collaboration

Paul André, Carnegie Mellon University

March 8, 2013. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G882


Video Goosing the Gray Lady: Data + journalism + graphics at The New York Times

Aron Pilhofer, The New York Times

December 14, 2012. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Designing social computing systems around relationships

Eric Gilbert, Georgia Tech

December 7, 2012. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video What We Know About Teaching Computer Science: On-Line or In-Classroom (Answer: Not all that much)

Mark Guzdial, Georgia Tech

November 30, 2012. 1-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Taking Educational Technology Worldwide: Challenging the Assumptions of Personalized Learning

Amy Ogan, Carnegie Mellon University

November 16, 2012. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Interacting with Small Devices in Big Ways

Chris Harrison, Carnegie Mellon University

November 15, 2012. 3pm-4pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Crowd Agents: Interactive Crowd-Powered Systems in the Real World

Jeff Bigham, University of Rochester

November 9, 2012. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G882

Video Understanding Iterative Design with Individuals, Groups, and Crowds

Steven Dow, Carnegie Mellon University

November 2, 2012. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Languages for Social Computation

Sep Kamvar, MIT

May 18, 2012. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Configuration work and the Escalier System

Mark Ackerman, University of Michigan

April 27, 2012. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Feedback, Monitoring, and Free Snacks: Management Techniques for Crowd Work

Björn Hartmann, University of California, Berkeley

April 26, 2012. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Crowdsouring, collaboration, and creativity

Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University

April 6, 2012. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video User-Centric Visual Analytics

Remco Chang, Tufts University

March 16, 2012. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Understanding and Improving the Learnability of Software Applications

Tovi Grossman, Autodesk Research

March 2, 2012. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449


Video Software Cartography

Adrian Kuhn, University of British Columbia

December 14, 2011. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Crowdsourcing: Quality Assurance and Connections with Machine Learning

Panos Iperiotis, NYU

December 9, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video The Quest for Always-Available Mobile Interaction

Desney Tan, Microsoft Research

December 7, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G882

Architecting user interfaces for the natural user

Daniel Wigdor, University of Toronto

December 2, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video To friend and to trust: eliciting truthful and useful ratings online

Lada Adamic, Univerisity of Michigan

November 18, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G882

Real-time, Interactive Machine Learning for Music Composition and Performance

Rebecca Fiebrink, Princeton University

November 4, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Google Knows What You Hate About Your Kindle: Using Search Queries to Infer User Needs and Desires in Consumer Products

Michael Terry, University of Waterloo

October 28, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Technology that Motivates Creative Action

Liz Gerber, Northwestern University

April 29, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video "Earn Your Bull$&!*": User Lifecycles in Social Media

Cliff Lampe, Michigan State University

April 22, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Defect Detection for the Wayward Web

Andy Ko, University of Washington

April 15, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video The Effects of Diversity on Productivity, Member Withdrawal, and Decision Quality in a Social Production Community

John Riedl, University of Minnesota

April 8, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video The benefits of Facebook "Friends": The social capital implications of Facebook-enabled communication practices

Nicole Ellison, Michigan State University

April 1, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Making Sense of Social Networks

Adam Perer, IBM Research

March 18, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Data in the First Mile

Kuang Chen, UC Berkeley

March 11, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Example-Centric Programming

Joel Brandt, Adobe Systems

February 25, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video The Future of Human/Computer Interfaces

Ken Perlin, NYU

February 18, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Designing away from threat and towards performance: On the Road to Neural HCI

Mc Schraefel, University of Southampon

February 4, 2011. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449


Video Innovating the News

Jennifer Lee, Knight News Challenge

November 19, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Graphic Design Tasks and the Web

Mira Dontcheva, Adobe Research

October 15, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-D463

Video Staying together: Understanding People and Media in Synchronous Connected Systems

David Ayman Shamma, Yahoo! Research

October 8, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Person-centered location based computing

Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab

May 7, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Research, Design, Visualization at the New York Times

Nick Bilton, New York Times

April 9, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Combining Minds: Coordination and Social Sensemaking

Niki Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University

February 19, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video From Turn-taking to Social Ties

Karrie Karahalios, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

February 12, 2010. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449


Video Beyond the hype of FlickTwitFaceSpace: The social Internet in everyday life

Elizabeth Churchill, Yahoo! Research

December 4 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Youth-Generated Culture: Growing Up in an Era of Social Media

Danah Boyd, Microsoft Research and Harvard Berkman Center for Internet and Society

November 20 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Enterprise Uses of Social Media

Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research

November 13 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-D463

Video Patterns of File-Sharing in an Enterprise: Authors, Contributors, Collectors, and Lurkers

Michael Muller and N Sadat Shami, IBM Research and IBM Center for Social Software

November 6 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Challenges and Opportunities in Accessibility Research

Chieko Asakawa, IBM Research Tokyo

October 30 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video The Past, Present, and Future of Digital Memories

Steve Whittaker, IBM Research Almaden

October 23 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Highlight: Mobilizing Existing Web Sites

Jeff Nichols, IBM Research

October 2 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Javascript: The Good Parts

Douglas Crockford, Yahoo! Research

September 18 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Visual Analytics for Investigative Analysis and Exploration of Document Collections

DJohn Stasko, Georgia Institute of Technology

September 11 2009. 1pm-2pm. Location: 34-401

Video Putting Our Digital Information in Its Place: Lessons Learned from Fieldwork and Prototyping in the Keeping Found Things Found Project

William Jones, University of Washington

May 5, 2009. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

Video A Specification Paradigm for the Design and Implementation of Tangible User Interfaces

Orit Shaer, Wellesley

May 1, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Back-of-Device Interaction Allows Creating Very Small Touch Devices

Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research and Hasso Plattner Institute

April 10, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Interaction Beyond Computation

Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Université de Paris-Sud

April 10, 2009. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-D463

Video The Web Changes Everything: How Dynamic Content Affects the Way People Find Online

Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research

April 3, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Interactive "Smart" Computers

Takeo Igarashi, University of Tokyo

March 30, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-D463

Video Information Foraging in Debugging

Joseph Lawrance, Oregon State University

March 13, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Universal Web Search Relevance

Belle Tseng, Yahoo!

March 3, 2009. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-D463

Video Automatically Generating Personalized User Interfaces

Krzysztof Gajos, Harvard University and Microsoft Research

February 27, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Do predictions of visual perception aid design?

Ruth Rosenholtz, MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences

February 20, 2009. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Augmented Social Cognition: Using Web2.0 technology to enhance the ability of groups to remember, think, and reason

Ed Chi, PARC

February 3, 2009. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449


Video Enhancing Creativity with Toolkits

Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary

December 3, 2008. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

How Harmonix has Changed the User Interface of Gaming

Ryan Lesser and Dan Schmidt, Harmonix

November 21, 2008. 3pm-4pm. Location: 32-155

Video People, Pens and Computers

François Guimbretière, University of Maryland Human-Computer Interaction Lab

November 14, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Collaborative Web Search: Exploiting Social Interaction Patterns for Increased Result Relevance

Jill Freyne, University College Dublin

November 7, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Beyond Google

Khai N. Truong, University of Toronto

October 17, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Design Principles for Visual Communication

Maneesh Agrawala, UC Berkeley

October 10, 2008. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Video SearchTogether and CoSearch: New Tools for Enabling Collaborative Web Search

Merrie Morris, Microsoft Research

September 26, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-D463

Bluegrass - Embedding a Virtual World In a Collaborative Software Development Environment

Li-Te Cheng and Steven Rohall, IBM Research Cambridge

September 5, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449


Ben Fry, Processing.org

May 16, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

User Experience Research Challenges in Media Spaces for eLearning

Ronald Baecker, Knowledge Media Design Institute and Dept of Computer Science, University of Toronto

May 8, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Interactive Machine Learning

Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University

May 2, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Twenty Questions to Name That Bird

Andreas Paepke, Stanford University

April 18, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Collaborative Scripting for the Web

Tessa Lau, IBM Research Almaden

March 21, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Robots and People Collaborating: How to be an Engaging Robot

Candy Sidner, BAE Systems AIT

March 14, 2008. 3pm-4pm. Location: 32-D463

Interactive Experiences: Designing for Consumer 2.0

Harry West, Continuum Design

March 7, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Tabletop Displays and Remote Collaboration

Mark Ashdown, MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory

February 29, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Viewing Ubiquitous Computing Through the Lens of Human Attention

Scott Hudson, Carnegie Mellon HCI Institute

February 7, 2008. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449


Towards Usable and Useful Multi-Touch Systems

Daniel Wigdor, University of Toronto

November 30, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Video Voyagers and Voyeurs: Supporting Asynchronous Collaborative Information Visualization

Jeff Heer, UC Berkeley

November 16, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

In Crowds We Trust: Examples of Collective Wisdom

Irene Greif, IBM Research

November 9, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Shaping the Age of User-Generated Content

Amy Bruckman, Georgia Institute of Technology

November 2, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Do Users Need a Search Parachute and a Search Compass? Supporting Navigation and Guided Discovery During Exploratory Search

Ryen White, Microsoft Research

October 23, 2007. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-G449

Enabling User Innovation through Improved Design Environments

Scott Klemmer, Stanford University

October 5, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

User Interfaces and Algorithms for Anti-Phishing

Jason Hong, Carnegie Mellon HCI Institute

September 28, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

TaskTracer and Smart Desktop: Combining Activity Tracking with Machine Learning to Support Multi-tasking Information Workers

Jon Herlocker, Oregon State University and Smart Desktop, Inc.

September 21, 2007. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

Sketching and Design for the Wild: Why Programmers Should Return to Kindergarten Rather than Program

Bill Buxton, Microsoft Research

September 14, 2007. 1pm-2pm. Location: 32-141

Better Game Characters by Design: A Psychological Approach

Katherine Isbister, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

May 11, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Leveraging Task and Social Practices in Ubicomp

Stacey Scott, MIT Humans and Automation Lab

April 27, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Some Thoughts on Social Tagging

Marti Hearst, School of Information, UC Berkeley

April 20, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories

Christopher R. Wren, Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories

April 6, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Privacy-Enhanced Personalization

Alfred Kobsa, Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine

March 30, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Transformed Social Interaction in Virtual Reality

Jeremy Bailenson, Stanford University

March 16, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Invention and Innovation

Bill Moggridge, IDEO

March 9, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

The Community/Individual Cycle: Extracting Knowledge, Creating Applications and Understanding Motivations in Public Photo Collections

Mor Naaman, Yahoo! Research Berkeley

February 23, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Paying Attention to Interruption: A Human-Centered Approach to Intelligent Interruption Management

Brian P. Bailey, University of Illinois

February 16, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Using Computing Technologies to Face the Challenges of Autism

Gregory Abowd, Georgia Tech

February 2, 2007. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

A new sort of calculator

Harold Thimbleby, Swansea University

January 11, 2007. 4pm-5pm. Location: 32-G449


Information Visualization meets Information Overload: Building User Interfaces to Deal with Too Much Information

Steven Drucker, Microsoft Research (Live Labs)

November 30, 2006. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

Making Tea with Chemists and Bioinformatitians - lessons learned in designing up close and at a distance

Mc Schraefel, University of Southampton

November 17, 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

User-Centered Security: Stepping Up to the Grand Challenge

Mary Ellen Zurko, IBM

October 20, 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Strengthening the Privacy & Security of Displayed Information

Peter Tarasewich, Northeasteren University

October 6, 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Contextual Design: From Customer Data to Implementation

Karen Holtzblatt, InContext Enterprises

September 29, 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

End-User Creation, Customization, and Sharing of Work Activities and Processes

James Lin, IBM Research Almaden

September 20, 2006. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

Making Sense on Small Screens

Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research

July, 28 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Squeezing Java Swing Components onto a Cell Phone

Bill Barnert, SavaJe Technologies

May, 5 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Communication Scene Analysis Based on Probabilistic Modeling of Human Gaze Behavior

Kazuhiro Otsaka, NTT

April, 28 2006. 2pm-3pm. Location: 32-G449

On Mobile User Interfaces, Usability and Ergonomy: Trends and Evolution

Pekka Ketola, Nokia

April, 7 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Ending The Tyranny of the Search Box

Fritz Knabe, Endeca

March, 17 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Multiple Users' Perspectives of Collaborative Activities in Complex Work

Michael Muller, IBM Research Cambridge

March 10, 2006. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449


Context Awarness In Wearable System in Human Computer Interaction

Paul Lukowicz, UMIT, Innsbruck, Austria and ETH Zurich, Switzerland

December 2, 2005. 3pm-4pm. Location: 32-G449

HCI Meets the Boardroom: User Experience as a Business Unit

William Gribbons, Design and Usability Center, Bentley College

November 18, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

The Social Life of Visualizations

Martin Wattenberg, IBM Watson Research Center

November 4, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

The Persona Lifecycle: Integrating User Representations into Every Stage of Product Design

Tamara Adlin, Amazon Services

October 25, 2005. 11am-12pm. Location: 32-G449

The Thrill of Discovery: Information Visualization for High-Dimensional Spaces

Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland, College Park

October 18, 2005. 4pm-5pm. Location: 32-G449

The PlaceLab: What it does, what's been done with it, and how you can use it for your own research

Stephen Intille, MIT House

October 14, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Automatic Music Similarity Measures

Beth Logan, Hewlett Packard

October 7, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Developmental Technologies: Designing Computational Environments to Promote Positive Youth Development

Marina Bers, Tufts Univeristy

September 30, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Robots and Other Intelligent Technology for Older Adults

Judith Tabolt Matthews, University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing

September 23, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

What Users Want

Jared Spool, User Interface Engineering

September 16, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Context Aware Computing, Understanding and Responding to Human Intention

Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab

September 9, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Puppetry in 3D Animations

Edward Tse, University of Calgary

September 2, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Dasher - Efficient Communication with Any Muscle, or Even Just One Neuron

David MacKay, University of Cambridge

July 21, 2005. 10am-11am. Location: 32-G449

Attentive Objects: Enriching People's Natural Interaction with Everyday Objects

Pattie Maes, MIT Media Lab

May 13, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Understanding Multi-User Interface and Interactions On and Across Direct-Touch Surfaces

Chia Shen, MERL

April 29, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Here, There, and Everywhere: User Interfaces and Spatial Context

Steven Feiner, Columbia University

April 22, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Stuff I've Seen: Personal Information Management and Use

Susan T. Dumais, Microsoft Research

April 13, 2005. 4:00pm-5:00pm. Location: 32-G449

What is clutter?

Ruth Rosenholtz, MIT BCS

April 1, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Activity Studies in Complex Collaborative Environments

Michael Muller, IBM Watson Research Center

February 25, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

User Interfaces: Adaptation, Customization & Generation

Daniel Weld, University of Washington

February 18, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Improving Human-Robot Interaction for Urban Search and Rescue

Holly Yanco, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

February 4, 2005. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449


Security, Trust, and HCI

Sean W. Smith, Dartmouth College

December 10, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Techniques for Understanding the User Experience

Demetrios Karis, Verizon Labs

November 19, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Human-Computer Information Retrieval

Gary Marchionini, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina

November 12, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Social, Physical, and Assistive: Grounding Innovation in Social (and Personal) Motivation

Tom Igoe, NYU

November 5, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-D463

Beyond Mice and Menus

Barbara J. Grosz, Harvard University

October 29, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Hold that thought! Applications of automated capture in everyday life

Gregory D. Abowd, College of Computing and GVU Center, Georgia Institute of Technology

October 22, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Communication Interfaces for People with Severe Disabilities via Video-based Gesture Detection

Margrit Betke, Boston University

October 15, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

A review of the Keeping Found Things Found project: Highlights and new Directions

William Jones, The Information School, University of Washington

October 12, 2004. 3:00-4:00pm. Location: 32-D463

Tangible Bits: Beyond Ubiquitous GUIs

Hiroshi Ishii, Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab

October 8, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Automation Bias in Intelligent Time Critical Decision

Missy Cummings, MIT Humans and Automation Lab

October 1, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Bridging Tradeoffs in User Interface Design: Examples from Text Editing, Wide-Area Navigation, and Graphical Editing

Robert C. Miller, MIT CSAIL

September 24, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Interfaces for Staying in the Flow

Ben Bederson, Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland

September 17, 2004. 1:30-2:30pm. Location: 32-G449

Dimensions of the Linguistic Analysis of ASL: Challenges for Computer-Based Recognition

Carol Neidle and Robert G. Lee, Boston University

June 9, 2004. 11am - 12pm. Location: 32-D507

Toward Machines with Emotional Intelligence

Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab

April 16, 2004. 1:30pm - 2:30pm. Location: 32-500

Designing Novel Visualization and Interaction Techniques that Scale from Small to Jumbo Displays

Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research

April 9, 2004. 1:30pm - 2:30pm. Location: 34-401B

Beating Common Sense into Interactive Applications

Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab

February 13, 2004. 1:30pm - 2:30pm. Location: NE43/941


Using Thumbnails to Search the Web and Browse Documents

Ruth Rosenholtz, MIT BCS

December 5, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Toward Models of Information Re-Finding

Rob Capra, Center for HCI, Virginia Tech

November 21, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Social Visualizations of Newsgroups and Email

Judith Donath, MIT Media Lab

November 14, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Scent of a Web Page: Getting Them to What They Want

Jared Spool, User Interface Engineering

October 31, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

One Hundred Days in an Activity-Centric Collaboration Environment Based on Shared Object

Michael Muller, Werner Geyer and Beth Brownholt, IBM Watson Research Center

October 24, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

CURIOUS BROWSERS: Automated gathering of implicit interest indicators by an instrumented browser

David Brown and Mark Claypool, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

October 17, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

On Designing Systems that Support Coherent Online Interaction

Tom Erickson, IBM Watson Research Center

October 10, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Web Usability and Age

Tom Tullis, Fidelity Investments

September 26, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Engagement by Looking: Behaviors for Robots When Collaborating with People

Candy Sidner, MERL

September 19, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Beating Common Sense into Interactive Applications

Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab

September 5, 2003. 1:30pm. Location: NE43-941

PeopleVision: Human Aware Environments

Andrew Senior, IBM Watson Research Center

July 24, 2003. 4:00pm. Location: NE43-941

Territoriality in Collaborative Tabletop Workspaces

Stacey Scott, University of Calgary

August 13 2004. 1:00pm-2:00pm. Location: 32-397

Personalcasting: Broadcast News Understanding and Navigation

Mark Maybury, MITRE

May 16, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Mobile Devices for Control

Brad Myers, Human Computer Interaction Institute, CMU

May 9, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Reinventing Email and Attention Management

Irene Greif, IBM Watson Research Center

May 2, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Designing Ubiquitous Technology for the Home

Stephen Intille, MIT House

April 18, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Meeting Central

Nicole Yankelovich, Sun Microsystems Laboratories

April 11, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Ubiquitous-Computing Research at MERL: A Selective Overview

Joe Marks, MERL

March 14, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Improving Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Neil Heffernan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

March 7, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

Elements of Next-Generation, Non-WIMP User Interfaces

Robert J.K. Jacob, Tufts University

February 28, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941

On Building Flexible and Robust Multimodal Interfaces

Phil Cohen, Oregon Health and Science University

February 21, 2003. 1:30pm-2:30pm. Location: NE43-941