I just got back from Orlando, FL., attending the Tapia Conference. It was great to participate in workshops and hear talks about the latest research on the computer science fields. Also, it was a great time to meet with colleagues from all over the country! 🙂
It was great to attend and present my poster at the HCIC 2018 Conference in Pajaro Dunes, CA. Thanks to my track at SICE for selecting me along with a colleague to attend and represent our university in this important event. (pdf)
It was such a great experience being part of a week-long summer school workshop organized by Cornell CIS in June 2018. Under the guidance and expertise of Prof. Phoebe Sengers, students from all over the U.S. – and abroad – got together to share innovative ideas that could trigger solutions that could have a positive…
It was great to help organize and host the Design4Diversity workshop held during the PervasiveHealth 2018 Conference in New York City! Participants and co-organizers (Gabriela Marcu, Karina Caro, and Kay Connelly) shared lessons and strategies to conduct participatory design with different types of populations. ( proposal | website ).
Our paper “Defining through expansion: conducting Asynchronous Remote Communities (ARC) research with stigmatized groups” was presented at CHI 2018 Conference by co-author Ciabhan Connelly. ( paper | slides )
I am so happy to announce that today I passed my qualifying exams in my Ph.D. program in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SICE) at Indiana University Bloomington. My advisory committee was integrated by great faculty from my program: Prof. Patrick Shih (Chair and advisor), Katie Siek, and Marty Siegel. I am so…
The Center of Computer-Mediated Communication hosted a fun “speed dating” event where Fellows of the center could share their research interests and info regarding ongoing projects via an offline and, of course, computer-mediated modality! It was so much fun! 🙂
It was such a great experience to present a poster and participate in the CRA 2018 Grad Cohort URMD in San Diego, CA. The program of the conference can be found here.
I gave a talk about my research with stigmatized populations and participated in a mixed-methods workshop at the Infosocial 2018 Conference at Northwestern University. It was so great to meet with colleagues and graduate researchers from the U.S. and abroad! (slides)
Another great news from CHI! Our Late-breaking-work paper titled “The Role of Reflection and Context in Medication Adherence Tracking for People Living with HIV” got in CHI 2018 Conference! 🙂 (paper)