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

Spring 2016 schedule   ( watch online )

1 AprIvan PoupyrevGoogle ATAP
Making Everything Interactive or Why Physical World is The Next Frontier for Interaction Technology
8 AprTanzeem ChoudhuryCornell University
Tracking behavioral symptoms of mental health and delivering personalized interventions using smartphones and wearables
15 AprJulie KientzUniversity of Washington
Understanding and Reducing the User Burdens in Applications for Health and Families
22 AprEric GilbertGeorgia Tech
When Anyone Can Say Anything: Credibility, Censorship, and Moderation in Social Media
29 AprRamesh RaskarMIT Media Lab
Innovating for Billions: Inverting the Research and Funding Models
6 MayJaime TeevanMicrosoft Research
Slow Search
13 MayJun RekimotoUniversity of Tokyo
A New You: From Augmented Reality to Augmented Human
20 MayBjoern HartmannUC Berkeley
Interactive Design Tools for the Maker Movement
27 MayJoy KimStanford University
Designing Crowdsourcing Techniques Based on Expert Creative Practice
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.