The Michigan Interactive and Social Computing (MISC) research group connects researchers studying human-computer interaction, social computing, and computer-supported cooperative work across the University of Michigan. This is an inherently interdisciplinary research area that includes participants across a variety of schools and departments, including Information, Computer Science and Engineering, Education, the School of Public Health, and Industrial & Operations Engineering. As perhaps indicated by a number of departments, interactive and social computing has become an increasingly important topic across a variety of fields.
MISC is funded by the Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop Fund, UM School of Information, and UM Computer Science and Engineering.
Events for Winter 2023:
1/9: Faculty Lighting Talks - NQ2245
1/23: Pair Research (presented by Eric Gilbert) - NQ 2245
2/6: Mustafa Naseem (Michigan) - NQ 2245
2/20: Alex Taylor (City, University of London) - NQ 2245
3/6: Katie Davis (University of Washington) - NQ 2245
3/13: Andrew Berry (Northwestern) - BBB 3725
3/20: Jennifer Pierre (Google) - NQ 2245
3/27: Martez Mott (MSR) - BBB 3725
4/3: Judith Uchidiuno (Georgia Tech) - BBB 3725
4/17: The MISC Retreat