We proudly announce the IBM Research Symposium on Human Computer Interaction and Software Engineering, Sep 30 - Oct 1, 2010 at Hawthorne, New York.
CHI 2010 Best paper award: Patel, Chittamuru, Jain, Dave and Parikh Avaaj Otalo - A Field Study of an Interactive Voice Forum for Small Farmers in Rural India.
CHI 2010 Best paper honorable mention: Balakrishnan, Matthews and Moran Fitting an Activity-Centric System into an Ecology of Workplace Tools.
CHI 2010 Best paper honorable mention: Panciera, Priedhorsky, Erickson and Terveen Lurking? Cyclopaths? A Quantitative Lifecycle Analysis of User Behavior in a Geowiki.
CHI 2010 Best paper honorable mention: Wang, Zhai and Canny SHRIMP: solving collision and out of vocabulary problems in mobile predictive input with motion gesture.
Shumin Zhai elected to the SIGCHI Academy, 2010.
John Karat received ACM Distinguished Scientist, and was elected to the SIGCHI Executive Committee
ASSETS 2009 Best paper award: Collaborative Web Accessibility Improvement: Challenges and Possibilities. Takagi, Kawanaka, Kobayashi, Sato and Asakawa.
RecSys 2009 Best industry paper award: Stacking Recommendation Engines with Additional Meta-Features. X. Bao, L. Bergman, R. Thompson.
Clare-Marie Karat received the ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award, 2009.
John Karat received ACM Distinguished Scientist, and was elected to the SIGCHI Executive Committee.
Michele Zhou received an ACM Distinguished Scientist award.
The Almaden lab organized the 17th annual New Paradigms in Using Computers (NPUC) one-day conference. NPUC 2009 drew together over 130 researchers from university, government and industry labs to share their work on the topic "The Future of Design and Software Development."
Last updated on May 31, 2011