2017-18 MISC Talks
We have a stunning lineup of talks at MISC this year featuring a breadth of HCI-related topics. We are starting with lightning talks by our new faculty on 9/26. Plan for exciting Tuesdays!
This year, we will be starting all MISC events at 11.30 AM with a light lunch and opportunity to mingle with the guest, followed by the talk starting at noon sharp.
A few days before each talk, particularly by visiting speakers, we will be sharing calendars with limited spots for members of the MISC community to meet with the speakers in smaller groups. Please note that there are a number of open slots in the Winter semester, which we will start filling later once we have a sense of other talks and events at UMSI for the period. The talk abstracts for all the speakers will be uploaded shortly.
We hope to see you all soon.
Your fearless MISC 2017-18 Team
Matthew Kay, Sang Won Lee, Joyojeet Pal, Penny Trieu
All talks will be held at the Ehrlicher room (3100 North Quad).
- 9/26/2017 Lightning Talks by new UM Faculty
- Libby Hemphill, Alain Cohn, Patricia Garcia, & Andrea Thomer
- 9/28/2017 J Nathan Matias, MIT
- Governing Human and Machine Behavior in an Experimenting Society
- 10/3/2017 Tovi Grossman, University of Toronto
- Instrumented and Connected: Designing Next-Generation Learning Experiences
- 10/10/2017 UIST Practice Talks
- 10/17/2017 Fall Study Break
- 10/24/2017 Kate Starbird, University of Washington
- Muddied waters: Online rumors, conspiracy theories and disinformation in the context of crisis response
- 10/31/2017 Nyeema Harris, University of Michigan
- Michigan Zoomin: using remote cameras to faciliate wildlife research and public engagement
- 11/7/2017 Malte Jung, Cornell University
- Robots and the Dynamics of Emotions in Teams
- 11/14/2017 Robin Brewer, University of Michigan
- Understanding and Designing for Late-Life Online Engagement
- 11/21/2017 Jen Romano Bergstrom, Instagram
- Out of the Lab and Into the Field to Understand Users’ Perceptions of Privacy
- 11/28/2017 Astrid Weber, Google
- Access Denied. Redesigning the digital information offerings for refugees arriving on the European continent
- 12/5/2017 Andy Ko, University of Washington
- Learning to code: why we fail, how we flourish
- 1/2/2018 Break
- 1/9/2018 John Zimmerman, Carnegie Mellon University
- 2/27/2018 Spring break
- 3/20/2018 Alex Leavitt, Facebook
- 4/3/2018 CHI practice Talks
- 4/10/2018 Ken Goldberg, University of California at Berkeley