Congratulations to lab members Sara Douglas, Roxanne Raine, and Misa Maruyama, and lab alumnus Bryan Semaan, on our latest publication:
Sara Douglas, Roxanne B Raine, Mara Maruyama, Bryan Semaan, Scott P Robertson. 2015. Community matters: How young adults use Facebook to evaluate political candidates. Information Polity 20 (2, 3), 135-150
The 2015 Consortium for the Science of Sociotechnical Systems (CSST) is being attended by Scott Robertson, graduate student Misa Maruyama, and former HICHI postdoc Bryan Semaan. Here are Misa and Bryan taking a little downtime on the deck of The Nature Center in Colorado.
Blake Vilas wins Best Presentation at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Fall Forum for his research: “3D Printed Prosthetic Hands Project in Papua New Guinea”
Full story: http://www.ics.hawaii.edu/2014/12/blake-vilas-presents-undergraduate-research-on-3d-printed-prosthetic-hands-at-urop-fall-forum/
Congratulations to Bryan Semaan, Heather Faucett, Scott Robertson, Misa Maruyama and Sara Douglas on a CHI 2015 Best Paper Award for “Designing Political Deliberation Environments to Support Interactions in the Public Sphere”!
Scott Robertson will deliver the keynote address at the 2014 Copenhagen Seminar on Computational Social Science. The keynote title is “The Core of Data Science Is Human Science.” The seminar takes place on Dec. 4, 2014 at Copenhagen Business School. Other talks are by Sune Lehman, Luca Rossi, Michael Carl, Daniel Hardt, Sean Goggins, Nicolai Pogrebnyakov, and (HICHI alum) Ravi Vatrapu.
Last week, Misa Maruyama discussed ideas for her doctoral work on “co-screening” at CABS 2014 (Collaboration Across Boundaries) in Kyoto, Japan.