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


Speakers in 2004-2005

October 1, 2004 - Amy Jo 'AJ' Kim - Principal, SocialDesigner.Net
    The Network is the Game: Social Trends in Mobile Entertainment

October 8, 2004 - Scott Kim
    Paper, Plastic, or Playstation? Adapting a game to a wide range of technologies

October 15, 2004 - Scott Snibbe
    Body, Space and Cinema

October 22, 2004 - Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
    High Performance Pen Interfaces

October 29, 2004 - Jason Tester , Institute for the Future
    Accelerated Democracy: Scenarios from the future of technological voting

November 5, 2004 - Mark Newman, PARC
    End-User Composition in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

November 12, 2004 - Michael Shiloh, Makingthings.com
    Teleo: Rapid Prototyping Toolkit

November 19, 2004 - James Landay, University of Washington and Intel
    Digital Simplicity: Usable Personal Ubicomp

December 3, 2004 - Eric Paulos, INTEL Berkeley Lab
    Trash Talk: Deconstructing Situations across our Emerging Technological Urban Landscape

January 7, 2005 - Merrie Ringel Morris, Stanford Computer Science
    Tabletop interfaces

January 14, 2005 - Tessa Lau, IBM Research
   Adaptive user interfaces: design challenges for HCI

January 21, 2005 - Ian Smith, Intel Research Seattle
    Social Mobile Applications, Location Privacy, and the capital of Nevada

January 28, 2005 - Margaret Morris, Intel
    Embedded Health Assessment

February 4, 2005 - Danah Boyd, UC Berkeley SIMS
    Revenge of the Social Network: Lessons from Friendster

February 11, 2005 - Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
    12 myths of Mobile Device UIs

February 18, 2005 - Asaf Degani, NASA Ames
    Taming HAL

February 25, 2005 - KenGoldberg, UC Berkeley
    Networked Robots

March 4, 2005 - Gaile Gordon and John Woodfill, Tyzx
    johnwoodfill.com, gailealum.mit.edu
    Networks of Smart 3D sensors

March 11, 2005 - Milton Chen and Erika Chuang, VSee Lab
    How to Change the World and be Home for Dinner. The art, science, and myths of videoconferencing

April 1, 2005 - Thad Starner, Georgia Tech
    Wearable computers

April 8, 2005 - Younghee Jung and Per Persson, Nokia
    Mobile Social Computing - From Research to Products

April 15, 2005 - Victoria Bellotti, Danny Bobrow, Brinda Dalal, Nathan Good, Jim Thornton, PARC
    What a To-Do: Studies of Task Management Towards the Design of a Personal Task List Manager

April 22, 2005 - Tom Moran, IBM Almaden
    Unified Activity as a Paradigm for Supporting Collaboration

April 29, 2005 - Bill Tomlinson, UC Irvine
    Affective Interaction Paradigms for Animated Characters

May 6, 2005 - Ahmad Mansur, Zeum
    Interaction and Exhibit Design in Museums

May 13, 2005 - Elaine Chew, USC
    Collaborative Performance Experiments in the Distributed Immersive Performance Project

May 20, 2005 - Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
    Context-Aware Computing: A World That Knows What To Do For You

May 27, 2005 - Paul Braund, World Bank Institute
    Pilot projects from around the world. The edge of the network society

Titles and abstracts are available by year and by speaker.