Nov 30, 2017
Dr. Thomas Ploetz advocated the enormous potential machine learning methods have for current and next generations of HCI applications and systems — specifically targeting time-series assessment as it is most common for HCI related sensor data analysis problems.READ MORE
Oct 19, 2017
Dr. Jennifer Mankoff, the Ladner Professor in the Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, presented the potential of assistive technologies (AT) for people with disabilities, as well as the challenges that end users face in leveraging them effectively to address AT issues in the GVU Center Distinguished Alumna Brown Bag SeminarREAD MORE
Sep 19, 2017
School of Interactive Computing faculty and alumni were among a group of five recognized for the 10-Year Impact Award at the ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp 2017)READ MORE
May 5, 2017
Joelle Alcaidinho successfully presented her thesis defense and participated in the hooding ceremony with advisors Dr. Gregory Abowd and Dr. Melody Jackson.
May 5, 2017
Gabriel Reyes successfully presented his thesis defense and participated in the hooding ceremony with advisors Dr. Gregory Abowd and Dr. Keith Edwards.
April 25, 2017
Aman Parnami successfuly finished his thesis defense and had a hooding ceremony with Dr. Gregory Abowd and Dr. Elizabeth Disalvo.
March 18, 2017
Dr. Thad Starner presented his work on voiceless speech recognition and brain-computer interfaces, essentially bridging gaps between people, machines, and their environments.READ MORE
March 30, 2017
Dr. Rosa Arriaga presented two problems associated with asthma and developmental disabilities, which are a lack of continuity of care between scheduled clinical visits and a scarcity of tools to promote communication between patients and clinical providers.READ MORE
November 10, 2016
Dr. Gregory Abowd presented the COSMOS (Computational Skin for Multi-Object Systems) projec, which brings together expertise in materials, manufacturing, computing, electrical engineering and design to explore the challenges of this exciting post-Moore’s Law era of computing.READ MORE