The paper "Configuring Humans: What Roles Humans Play in HRI Research” has been accepted to ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI'2022). This paper holds a special place in my heart and that of my dear co-author Hee Rin. We began drafting this paper in 2016, and then continued to revise it until 2020. This paper took a long time to complete, but it will be one of the papers that I am most proud of.
Workshop Co-organizing: RO-MAN'21 ("Design-Centered HRI and Governance"), CSCW'21 (Human-Machine Partnerships in the Future of Work)
Panel co-organizing: 4S'21 ("#TechOtherwise: Now is the time to Defund Big Tech and Refund Community)
Serving as an Associate Chair (AC): CHI'22, HRI'22
Teaching Fall'21: Human-centered Design (IST341)
The paper "Non-Dyadic Interaction: A Literature Review of 15 Years of HRI Conference Publications” has been accepted to ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI). This paper is with colleagues at my previous institution, AAU
It's live! In collaboration with Lucy Suchman, Andrew Clement, Wolmet Barendregt, Christoph Becker, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, Douglas Schuler, we are excited to release our report <<Defund Big Tech, Refund Community: Anti-Trust is Not Enough, Another Tech is Possible>> https://techotherwise.pubpub.org/defund-big-tech
I am excited to be serving on the Program Committee for DIS'21 as an associate chair (Change & Theory Track).
I am also privileged to serve as a Community co-chair for GROUP'22 and help create inclusivity and diversity in our community. Doug and I are open to having any suggestion or fun idea for (hopefully) the first post-pandemic in-person conference :-)
I am thrilled to announce that my paper "Jarvis in Motion: A Research Artifact for Circulating Lifestyle Values in Public" has been accepted in CSCW'21! I thank my collaborators Norman and Shenshen.
Our workshop "Collective Organizing and Social Responsibility at CSCW" was successfully done! Thanks everyone!
I also just joined the Human Robot Interaction initiative research group at AAU
I passed my final dissertation defense! I will be joining the CS faculty in Human-Centered Computing at Aalborg University as an assistant professor this fall
The paper "One Byte at a Time: Insights about Meaningful Data for Sustainable Food Consumption Practices" has been accepted to the DIS'21. This work was from the project where I've co-advised Martin Lindrup (PhD student) with Mikael B Skov and Dimitrios Raptis
I am thrilled to announce that I will co-organize the CHI 2020 workshop with these amazing researchers: Michael Muller, Jeffrey Bardzell, Norman Makoto Su, Eric P.S. Baumer, Casey Fiesler, Ann Light and Mark Blythe. The workshop title is "Understanding the Past, Present, and Future of Design Fictions”
I had a great time at CSCW: meeting up with Design Future scholars, academic mentors, and cohorts. Was very pleasure to chair the session on Economic Encounters and introduce fantastic works :)
I traveled San Diego for DIS'19 -- presented a design method paper, served as a session chair (Media in home), participated in DC and served as a SV. Met great mentors who shared their insightful tips for job market!
I will be at Glasgow for CHI'19 --- please come to DomestiCHI session (Click here to see fantastic papers) that I am session-chairing! (Carron 1, May8, 4:00PM). Another fun event : CHI Lites will be happening (9th, 7PM @The Lighthouse)
I had a wonderful time at HRI'19: co-charing SV and co-organizing a workshop! My position paper has beep accepted to "New Direction for the IoT" workshop at CHI'19. "I Beg to Differ: Soft Conflicts in Collaborative Design Using Design Fiction" has been accepted to DIS'19! I will serve as a SV and participate in the DC at DIS'19!! (Mentors: John Bowers, Wendy Ju)
I am pleased to be serving on the Program Committee for research papers of GROUP'20. I am looking forward to working with other PC members :-)