GVU Center Brown Bag Seminar Series: CHI Preview Talks
The ACM CHI conference is the world's premiere conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, presenting a highly selective showcase of the very best advances across the disciplines of computer science, cognitive psychology, design, social science, human factors, artificial intelligence, graphics, visualization, multi-media design and other disciplines.
Georgia Tech, a Top Ten institution at CHI 2015, has accepted research coming from half a dozen labs across the GVU Center and which represents the innovative approaches to this complex discipline.
The 13 papers accepted into this year’s proceedings broadly cover a dynamic range of areas, including Family and Community, Social Media, Crowdsourcing, Interfaces, Privacy and Security, Design and Games.
The GVU Center Brown Bag talk gives a preview of these selected papers from this year’s conference.
Presenter: Catherine Grevet
Title: Piggyback Prototyping: Using Existing, Large-Scale Social
Computing Systems to Prototype New Ones
Authors: Catherine Grevet, Eric Gilbert
Presenter: Christina Masden
Title: Understanding the Role of Community in Online Dating
Authors: Christina Masden, W. Keith Edwards
Presenter: Jessica Pater
Title: This Digital Life: A Neighborhood-Based Study of Adolescents’
Authors: Jessica Pater, Andrew Miller, Beth Mynatt
Presenter: Edison Thomaz
Title: Barriers and Negative Nudges: Exploring Challenges in Food
Authors: Felicia Cordeiro, Daniel A. Epstein, Edison Thomaz, Elizabeth
Bales, Arvind K. Jagannathan, Gregory D. Abowd, James Fogarty