As our field is rapidly growing, it is easy to get buried in the details and lose sight of the overall vision. In this talk, I will argue that it is imperative that we don’t lose sight of this fundamental principle, and will try to illustrate this guiding principle using a number of systems developed in the NUS-HCI lab, including SandCanvas, Vignette, Magic Cards, etc. The talk will end with a discussion of the prospect of human-computer interaction in the future.
Dr. Shengdong Zhao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science of the National University of Singapore. He founded the NUS-HCI research lab. Shengdong has a wealth of experience in developing new interface tools and applications, such as earPod, InkSeine, Magic Cards, SandCanvas, Vignette, etc. He is the recipient of the NUS Young Investigator Award in 2009. He earned his Masters and PhD degrees at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Toronto, respectively. More information about Shengdong can be found at http://www.shengdongzhao.com Registration
Registration to Morten Fjeld by latest 23rd June 2014, by noon. Limited number of seats available. Map Find your way to Kuggen, Lindholmen
Speaker's Corner, Kuggen, campus Lindholmen
23 June, 2014, 14:00
23 June, 2014, 15:00