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

This course is available on the Web via Stanford OnLine


Schedule for 2003-2004

September 26, 2003 - Jeremy Bailenson, Stanford Communication Dept.
   Strategic Behavioral Transformations in Immersive Collaborative Virtual Environments

October 3, 2003 - Bill Moggridge, Ideo
   Designing Technology

October 10, 2003 - Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University
   The Million Book Digital Library Project

October 17, 2003 - Polle Zellweger, MacZell Consulting
Making the World Wide Web Fit People:
    Traveling in Comfort on the Information Superhighway

October 24, 2003 - Howard Rheingold
   Smart Mobs: Mobile Communication, Pervasive Computing, and Collective Action

October 31, 2003 - Ramesh Raskar, Mitsubishi (MERL)
    Graphics, Vision and HCI Research at MERL

November 7, 2003 - Tom Zimmerman, IBM Almaden Research
    Motivations for Invention

November 14, 2003 - Michael Slater, Adobe
 A Next-Generation Consumer Photo Application
    Challenges in Creating a Simple Yet Powerful User Experience

November 21, 2003 - Jim Hollan, UCSD Cognitive Science
   People, Computers, and Design: A View from UCSD

November 28, 2003 - No class, Thanksgiving Break

December 5, 2003 - François Guimbretière, University of Maryland
    People Paper and Computers

January 9, 2004- Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards.
   Web Bloopers: Avoiding Common Design Mistakes

January 16, 2004- David Stork, Ricoh and Open Mind Initiative.
   The Open Mind Initiative: Large-scale knowledge acquisition from non-experts via the web

January 23, 2004- Dan Gillette, Cure Autism Now.
   Developing a Voice Output Communication Aid for Children with Severe Autism

January 30, 2004 - Genevieve Bell, Intel Research.
   Talking phones: a cultural analysis of an information and communication technology

February 13, 2004 - Jaron Lanier, National Tele-immersion Initiative
   What remains to be done with Virtual Reality

February 20, 2004 - Jeffrey Herman and Suja Raju, eBay.
   The Business of User Experience

February 27, 2004 - Joan Walton, Leslie Keely, and Ronald Mak, NASA Ames Research Center
   NASA’s Collaborative Information Portal: HCI Lessons Learned.

March 5, 2004 - Jason Hong, UC Berkeley
Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing

March 12, 2004 - Randy Pausch, CMU
    Interactive Entertainment: Sharing Control Between Authors and Participants

April 2, 2004- Marc Davis, UC Berkeley.
   Mobile Media Metadata: The Future of Mobile Imaging

April 9, 2004- Jay Trimble, NASA Ames.
   MERBoard: a Multi-mission Platform for Collaborative Mission Control Applications

April 16, 2004- Simon Buckingham Shum, Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, UK
    Semantic Scholarly Publishing and Discourse: Tools for Modelling Contested Knowledge Domains

April 23, 2004- Mor Naaman, Stanford CS
   Adventures in Time and Space: Leveraging Geo-Referenced Digital Photographs

April 30, 2004- TBA.

May 7, 2004- Walt Scacchi, UC Irvine.
   Understanding the Requirements for Developing and Designing Free/Open Source Software

May 14, 2004- Roxana Wales and Alonso Vera, NASA Ames.
   rwalesmail.arc.nasa.gov, Alonso.Veranasa.gov
   Collaboration, Tool Use, and Work Practice of Mars Mission Scientists

May 21, 2004- Anind Dey, Intel Research and UC Berkeley.
   Giving Users Control in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

May 28, 2004- Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley.
   Enhancing User Experiences in Ubiquitous Computing

last updated December 31, 2004

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