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co-conspirators  ·  Brown Center for Media Innovation  ·  Graphics  ·  Center for Computational Social Science  ·  OVAL Lab



Fridays 11am-12pm · Free & open to the public

Supported by the Stanford Computer Forum.

5 AprShaowen Bardzell and Heidi Biggs
Posthumanist Approaches to Environmental Entanglements for Sustainable HCI
12 AprNo Seminar
No Seminar
19 AprShriram Krishnamurthi
The Human Factors of Formal Methods
26 AprSheena Erete
Breaking chains: Co-designing with Communities to Address Power and Structural Oppression
3 MayNorman Makoto Su
Pushing the Boundaries of "Doing" Research Papers in Computing
10 MaySeth Frey
Online communities as model systems for commons governance
17 MayAaron Shaw
Replication strategies for more robust human simulation
24 MayBlase Ur
How Can Privacy Exist in a Data-Driven World?
31 MayHancheng Cao
Evaluating and Designing Computing Systems for the Future of Work


- Mitchell Gordon joins the faculty at MIT, Jingyi Li joins the faculty at Pomona College, Joseph Seering joins the faculty at KAIST, Andrea Cuadra joins the faculty at Olin College, and Chenyan Jia joins the faculty at Northeastern—congratulations to our graduates!
- The generative agents paper goes...a little bit viral? And wins Best Paper at UIST 2023!
- "Sensorimotor Simulation of Redirected Reaching using Stochastic Optimal Feedback Control" and "Breaking Out of the Ivory Tower: A Large-scale Analysis of Patent Citations to HCI Research" both win Best Paper Awards at CHI 2023
- Professor Agrawala named an ACM Fellow
- Jury Learning: Integrating Dissenting Voices into Machine Learning Models wins Best Paper at CHI 2022
- Professor Bernstein and collaborators win the Patrick J. McGovern Tech for Humanity Prize