CS547 Human-Computer Interaction Seminar  (Seminar on People, Computers, and Design)

Fridays 12:30-1:50 · Gates B01 · Open to the public

Students: record your attendance

Fall 2016 schedule   ( watch online )

30 SepSteve MannUniversity of Toronto
Wearable Computing and Humanistic Intelligence: 42 years of Phenomenological Augmented Reality for Natural/Reality/Direct User-Interfaces
7 OctGe WangStanford University
Ocarina Retrospective: Designing the iPhone's Magic Flute
14 OctSharad GoelStanford University
Law, Order & Algorithms: A computational approach to criminal justice
21 OctDiana TamirPrinceton University
Old desires, new media: The causes and consequences of using social media
28 OctJoseph DeLappeUniversity of Nevada, Reno
Playing Politics
4 NovDaniela RetelnyStanford University
Expert Crowdsourcing with Flash Teams and Organizations
11 NovPramod Sharma and Jerome SchollerOsmo
Q&A with Osmo founders
18 NovAnne Marie PiperNorthwestern University
Creating, Sharing, and Privacy: Designing Social Technologies for Older Adults
2 DecCarla DianaUniversity of Pennsylvania
Robotics in Our Everyday Lives: A Product Designer's Perspective
9 DecGreg NiemeyerUC Berkeley
State Change: What Media Will Communicate Climate Change?
Instructor: Michael Bernstein
Email: cs547@cs.stanford.edu
Enrolled students

Thanks to the Stanford Computer Forum and SCPD, whose support helps make this seminar possible.