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    • GVU/IPaT Research and Engagement Grants 

      Anderson, David; Beteul, Adam; Bosely, Brooke; Glass, Lelia; Levy, Laura M.; Morris, Susana; Mulvanity, Sean; Partridge, Andrew; Riedl, Mark; Sanford, Jon A.; Sullivan, Anne; Swarts, Matthew; Weigel, Emily (2020-03-05)
      The GVU Center and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT), with additional support from GTRI support two separate types of grant proposals. Research Grants provide seed funding for new research collaborations, and ...
    • Using digital technologies to support pandemic response on campus: A case study in the opportunities and challenges of WiFi 

      Abowd, Gregory D. (2020-08-27)
      Our campus operations were abruptly shut down on March 13, 2020 due to Covid-19, and the campus has not been the same ever since. This has impacted our educational and research mission at Georgia Tech. On the bright side, ...
    • Smart and Connected Soft Bioelectronics for Advancing Human Healthcare and Human-Machine Interfaces 

      Yeo, Woon-Hong (W. Hong) (2020-09-10)
      In this talk, Dr. Yeo will share the results of the fundamental study in soft materials, flexible mechanics, nanomanufacturing, and machine learning to develop soft electronics. In addition, he will talk about the details ...
    • Advances in Social Media Safety and Integrity 

      Kumar, Srijan (2020-09-17)
      The web enables people to interact with one another and shape opinion at an unprecedented speed and scale. However, the prevalence of disinformation and malicious users makes the web unsafe and unreliable. In this talk, I ...
    • Designing Socio-technical Systems for Learning in the Third Place 

      Clegg, Tamara (2020-10-15)
      Oldenberg (1989) characterizes Third Places as the gathering places outside of home, work, and school where informal public life (e.g., friendship, laughter, light-heartedness, civic participation) develop dynamically. ...
    • Interrogating the Role of Belief in Technology Design and Use 

      Brock, André L. (2020-10-26)
      While STEM fields possess the capacity to analyze the technical and organizational properties of digital interfaces, services, and their associated user practices, they are underequipped to evaluate or interrogate the ...
    • From Tire Tracks to Subway Maps: How Computing Innovation Fuels US Industries 

      Mynatt, Elizabeth D. (2021-01-21)
      At the close of 2020, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released the report, Information Technology Innovation: Resurgence, Confluence, and Continuing Impact. As the chair of the report committee, ...
    • Ignorance is Bliss: A Retrospective On My Career at Georgia Tech 

      Abowd, Gregory D. (2021-02-11)
      On July 15, 1994, I began my career on the faculty in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech. Throughout my career, I have cherished the over half a dozen opportunities I have had to give GVU Brown Bag talks on various ...
    • 2020 Foley Scholar Award Winners 

      Byrne, Ceara; Ismail, Azra; Saha, Koustuv (2021-02-18)
      Ceara Byrne: Technology for Working and Service Dogs In the Animal Computer Interaction (ACI) lab, I create and study technologies that improve communication between working dogs, such as dogs trained for search and ...
    • Bringing Narrative Authoring into Social Media 

      Madej, Krystina (2021-02-25)
      When social media is perceived only as a vehicle for posting personal history narratives the potential for using its affordances to create literary narratives is lost. We can use social media’s speculative spaces to both ...
    • Reclaiming the Internet: A Journey to Community-Held Cellular Infrastructure 

      Heimerl, Kurtis (2021-03-04)
      Mobile network operators (MNOs) are a critical component of today’s Internet access landscape. Originally borne of wireline voice telephony access, innovations in wireless data connectivity (such as GPRS and LTE) have ...
    • Designing Not Knowing 

      Devendorf, Laura (2021-03-11)
      As a design researcher and educator working in human-computer interaction, I often find myself in the business of "empowering" students by teaching them design. As a professor, I write grant proposals that use the magic ...
    • The Future is Collectivism: Exploring Technology Co-Design From a Lens of Critical Design 

      Harrington, Christina (2021-03-18)
      The question of who gets to contribute to design futures and technology innovation is an important topic across design and computing fields. This conversation has grave implications for communities that often find themselves ...
    • MS-HCI Program | Recent Master’s Projects 

      Golino, Matt; Gupta, Nandita; Hill, Jordan (2021-03-25)
      Matt Golino: Meditation in VR: From Master's Project to Startup. I will talk about the journey of taking my MS-HCI master's project from idea, to research project, to implementation, to longitudinal study, to startup! I'll ...
    • Imagine All The People On A Trustworthy Internet 

      Chetty, Marshini (2021-04-01)
      Imagine a world where the Internet caters to all types of users and hosts trustworthy content. Right now, this world seems far off for many reasons. For instance, this world would require us to think more broadly of user ...
    • GVU Center Overview and Funded Research Projects 

      Edwards, Keith (2021-08-26)
      In the first GVU Brown Bag Seminar of the academic year, Keith Edwards, GVU Center Director and Professor of Interactive Computing, will kick off our talk series with an overview of the GVU Center detailing its unique ...
    • Fostering public understanding of AI through education and design 

      Long, Duri (2021-09-09)
      As artificial intelligence is integrated into our schools, homes, and workplaces, it becomes increasingly important to foster public understanding of AI. My research has explored two important facets of this issue—developing ...
    • Exploring the promise and peril of emotion AI, designing for emotional meaning-making with data, imagining an affirmative biopolitics with data 

      Howell, Noura (2021-09-23)
      Emotion AI, which predicts psychological characteristics from data, offers potentially transformative benefits for societal well-being, productivity, and security. Drawing on increasingly available biodata-data about ...
    • How Health Informatics Will Transform Healthcare 

      Braunstein, Mark (2021-09-30)
      Computers have been used in healthcare from their earliest days. Much visionary work was done in the 1950's and 60's but it inevitably failed to achieve acceptance for technical and non-technical reasons we will discuss. ...
    • AI-CARING How Use Inspired Research with Older Adults Informs the Future of AI 

      Mynatt, Elizabeth D. (2021-10-14)
      We anticipate that AI will play a pivotal role in supporting the goals of older adults to “age in place” and sustain quality of life and independence. However, designing these technologies requires supporting the actions ...