Congratulations to the Berkeley Center for New Media representatives participating at the CHI (Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems) 2017 program in Denver, CO.
Eric Paulos (BCNM Faculty) and James Pierce (Former BCNM Visiting Scholar) were Papers & Notes Associate Chairs in Design for the event, and Björn Hartmann (BCNM Faculty) was a Papers & Notes Associate Chair in Interaction Techniques, Devices, and Modalities.
The conference, which spans five days, will also feature a project previously featured on the BCNM website, “Illumination Aesthetics: Light as a Creative Material within Computational Design” by Eric Paulos, Cesar Torres (BCNM DE), and Molly Nicholas (BCNM DE). Earlier this year, the group was awarded Best Paper for this conference.
Also representing UC Berkeley and BCNM are Christine Dierk and Tomjs Vega Galvez for their presentation, “AlterNail: Ambient, Batteryless, Stateful, Dynamic Displays at Your Fingertips.” And finally, Ryo Suzuki, Gustavo Soares, Elena Glassman, Andrew Head, Loris D’Antoni, and Björn Hartmann will represent their work, “Exploring the Design Space of Automatically Synthesized Hints for Introductory Programming Assignments.”