Assistant Professor Yun Huang and students will present their research at the 24th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2021), which will be held virtually on October 23-27. CSCW is the premier venue for experts from industry and academia to explore the technical, social, material, and theoretical challenges of designing technology to support collaborative work and life activities.
Student presenters include iSchool PhD students Shufan Ming, Haocong Cheng, Qingxiao Zheng and Informatics PhD students Daniela Markazi, Yiliu Tang, and Ke-Rou Wang. Doctoral candidate Lo Lee will present her research at the doctoral consortium. Yi-Chieh Lee (Computer Science '21), a SALT Lab alumnus, will also present.
- "Examining Interactions Between Community Members and University Safety Organizations through Community-Sourced Risk Systems"
- "Exploring the Effects of Incorporating Human Experts to Deliver Journaling Guidance through a Chatbot"
- "Narratives + Diagrams: An Integrated Approach for Externalizing and Sharing People's Causal Beliefs"
- "'PocketBot is Like a Knock-On-the-Door!': Designing a Chatbot to Support Long-Distance Relationships"