HCDE research at CHI 2019 conference

Monday, April 15, 2019

Human Centered Design & Engineering students, alumni, and faculty will present their research in May at the 2019 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

HCDE researchers contributed to 25 of accepted papers at the 2019 CHI conference. Two papers by HCDE researchers earned Best Paper awards, given top the top 1% of submissions; and three have earned Honorable Mention designations, given to the top 5% of submissions. The conference is considered to be the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction.

The UW HCI & Design community at large represents a significant amount of CHI contributions, with 62 papers authored by UW researchers. See the full list on the UW Dub website.

HCDE Research receiving "Best of CHI" awards

Best Paper Award

A Translational Science Model for HCI

Lucas Colusso, HCDE PhD student
Ridley Jones, HCDE PhD student
Sean A Munson, HCDE Associate Professor
Gary Hsieh, HCDE Associate Professor

Best Paper Award

Managerial Visions: Stories of Upgrading and Maintaining the Public Restroom With IoT

Sarah E Fox, HCDE PhD, '18, University of California, San Diego
Kiley Sobel, HCDE PhD, '19
Daniela K Rosner, HCDE Assistant Professor

 

Best Paper Honorable Mention

Hackathons as Participatory Design: Iterating Feminist Utopias

Alexis Hope, HCDE MS, '12, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Catherine D'Ignazio, Emerson College
Josephine Hoy, HCDE MS student
Rebecca Michelson, Independent Researcher
Jennifer Roberts, Versed Education Group
Kate Krontiris, Independent Researcher
Ethan Zuckerman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Best Paper Honorable Mention

Self-Control in Cyberspace: Applying Dual Systems Theory to a Review of Digital Self-Control Tools

Ulrik Lyngs, University of Oxford
Kai Lukoff, HCDE PhD student
Petr Slovak, University College London
Reuben Binns, University of Oxford
Adam Slack, University of Oxford
Michael Inzlicht, University of Toronto
Max Van Kleek, University of Oxford
Nigel Shadbolt, University of Oxford

 

Best Paper Honorable Mention

"Beautiful Seams": Strategic Revelations and Concealments

Sarah Inman, HCDE PhD student
David Ribes, HCDE Associate Professor

 

 

Additional HCDE researched published at CHI 2019

A Badge, Not a Barrier: Designing For–and Throughout–Digital Badge Implementation

Caroline Pitt, UW Information School
Adam Bell, UW Education
Edgar Onofre, HCDE BS, '18
Katie Davis, UW Information School

AILA: Attentive Interactive Labeling Assistant for Document Classification Through Attention-Based Deep Neural Networks

Minsuk Choi, Korea University
Cheonbok Park, Korea University
Soyoung Yang, Korea University
Yonggyu Kim, Ajou University
Jaegul Choo, Korea University
Sungsoo (Ray) Hong, HCDE PhD, '18

Analyzing the Use of Camera Glasses in the Wild

Taryn Bipat, HCDE PhD student
Maarten Willem Bos, Snap Research
Rajan Vaish, Snap Research
Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Snap Research

Breakdowns in Home-School Collaboration for Behavioral Intervention

Gabriela Marcu, University of Michigan
Allison Spiller, University of Michigan
Jonathan Arevalo Garay, Drexel University
James E Connell, Drexel University
Laura R Pina, HCDE & CSE post-doctoral research associate

Communication Breakdowns Between Families and Alexa

Erin Beneteau, UW Information School
Olivia K Richards, Pennsylvania State University
Mingrui Ray Zhang, UW Information School
Julie A Kientz, HCDE Associate Professor
Jason C Yip, UW Information School
Alexis Hiniker, HCDE PhD '17, UW Information School

Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing Individuals' Preferences for Wearable and Mobile Sound Awareness Technologies

Leah Findlater, HCDE Assistant Professor 
Bonnie Chinh, HCDE PhD student
Dhruv Jain, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Jon Froehlich, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Raja Kushalnagar, Gallaudet University
Angela Carey Lin, Seattle Preparatory School

Exploring Sound Awareness in the Home for People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Dhruv Jain, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Angela Carey Lin, Seattle Preparatory School
Rose Guttman, HCDE undergraduate student
Marcus Amalachandran, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Aileen Zeng, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Leah Findlater, HCDE Assistant Professor
Jon Froehlich, UW Computer Science & Engineering

Facilitating Self-Reflection About Values and Self-Care Among Individuals With Chronic Conditions

Catherine Y. Lim, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Andrew BL Berry, HCDE PhD '19 
Andrea L Hartzler, UW Biomedical Informatics and Health Education
Tad Hirsch, Northeastern University
David S Carrell, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Zoë A. Bermet, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
James D Ralston, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute

From HCI to HCI-Amusement: Strategies for Engaging What New Technology Makes Old

Laura Devendorf, University of Colorado
Kristina Andersen, Eindhoven University of Technology
Daniela K Rosner, HCDE Assistant Professor
Ron Wakkary, Simon Fraser University / Eindhoven University of Technology
James Pierce, California College of the Arts

Group Interactions in Location-Based Gaming: A Case Study of Raiding in Pokémon GO

Arpita Bhattacharya, HCDE PhD student
Travis W Windleharth, UW Information School
Rio Anthony Ishii, UW Information School
Ivy M Acevedo, UW Information School
Cecilia R Aragon, HCDE Professor
Julie A Kientz, HCDE Associate Professor
Jason C Yip, UW Information School
Jin Ha Lee, UW Information School

Human-Computer Insurrection: Notes on an Anarchist HCI

Os Keyes, HCDE PhD student
Josephine Hoy, HCDE Master's student
Margaret Drouhard, HCDE PhD student

Infrastructural Inaccessibility: Tech Entrepreneurs in Occupied Palestine

Pernille Bjørn, HCDE visiting professor 2018-2019, University of Copenhagen
Nina Boulus-Rodje, Roskilde University

Laughing Is Scary, but Farting Is Cute: A Conceptual Model of Children's Perspectives of Creepy Technologies

Jason C Yip, UW Information School
Kiley Sobel, HCDE PhD '19
Xin Gao, HCDE undergraduate student
Allison Marie Hishikawa, HCDE undergraduate student
Alexis Lim, UW Information School
Laura Meng, HCDE undergraduate student
Romaine Flor Ofiana, UW Speech and Hearing Sciences
Justin Park, UW Information School
Alexis Hiniker, HCDE PhD '17, UW Information School

Modeling the Engagement-Disengagement Cycle of Compulsive Phone Use

Jonathan A Tran, HCDE undergraduate student
Katie S Yang, HCDE undergraduate student
Katie Davis, UW Information School
Alexis Hiniker, HCDE PhD '17, UW Information School

R/Science: Challenges and Opportunities in Online Science Communication

Ridley Jones, HCDE PhD student
Lucas Colusso, HCDE PhD student
Katharina Reinecke, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Gary Hsieh, HCDE Associate Professor

Supporting Communication About Values Between People With Multiple Chronic Conditions and Their Providers

Andrew BL Berry, HCDE PhD '19
Catherine Y. Lim, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Tad Hirsch, Northeastern University
Andrea L Hartzler, UW Biomedical Informatics and Health Education
Linda M Kiel, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Zoë A. Bermet, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
James D Ralston, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute

The Promise of Empathy: Design, Disability, and Knowing the 'Other'

Cynthia L Bennett, HCDE PhD student
Daniela K Rosner, HCDE Assistant Professor

Virtual Showdown: An Accessible Virtual Reality Game With Scaffolds for Youth With Visual Impairments

Ryan Wedoff, Microsoft
Lindsay Ball, The College at Brockport, State University of New York
Amelia Wang, HCDE undergraduate student 
Yi Xuan Khoo, University of Iowa
Lauren Lieberman, The College at Brockport, State University of New York
Kyle Rector, University of Iowa

Who Gets to Future? Race, Representation, and Design Methods in Africatown

Jasper O'Leary, HCDE PhD student
Sara Zewde, Studio Zewde
Jennifer Mankoff, UW Computer Science & Engineering
Daniela K Rosner, HCDE Assistant Professor

Will You Accept an Imperfect AI? Exploring Designs for Adjusting End-User Expectations of AI-powered Systems

Rafał Kocielnik, HCDE PhD student 
Saleema Amershi, Microsoft Research
Paul N Bennett, Microsoft Research