HCI Research in 3 Minutes

HCI Research in 3 Minutes

HCI Lab member Sean Andrist wins the three-minute thesis competition organized by the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. Watch his TED-talk-style talk...
CHI 2015 Best Paper Award

CHI 2015 Best Paper Award

Allison Sauppé’s ethnographic study of how people interact with and perceive a collaborative factory robot wins a CHI Best Paper award. The study reveals that, despite the highly task-driven environment of factories, co-workers of the robot perceived it to be a...

Upcoming Robotics: Science and Systems 2013 Paper

Our lab will present a paper at the upcoming Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS) 2013 Conference. Led by Chien-Ming Huang, the paper presents an exploratory study of how different types of narrative robot gestures—deictic, iconic, metaphoric, and beat gestures—shape...
CHI 2013 Presentations

CHI 2013 Presentations

Our lab had two papers at the Human Factors in Computing (CHI) 2013 conference. The first paper led by Daniel Szafir explored how educational technology might support learning in MOOCs and Flipped Learning scenarios using real-time attention monitoring and adaptive...
HRI 2014 Presentations

HRI 2014 Presentations

Our lab has presented two papers at the Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) 2013 Conference, held in Tokyo, Japan. The first paper, led by Irene Rae and in collaboration with Leila Takayama from Willow Garage, Inc., explored how the height of robotic telepresence systems...