Georgia Tech’s presence at CHI 2012 was evident in virtually every part of the technical program, where 43 researchers from the College of Computing and GVU Center gathered to present their research and explore the future directions of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Among the 2,500 practitioners at the conference were more than 100 Georgia Tech faculty, students and alumni. Experience part of CHI 2012 and Georgia Tech’s role in this premier conference from the Association for Computing Machinery.
- Photos: What happens in Paris, stays in Paris…for a while at least. #Chi2013 http://t.co/e92udG0Ksr 05:17:32 PM June 07, 2013
- Where my Google interns at? @gtcomputing students at Google HQ, which really does look like @georgiatech campus! http://t.co/77vK02ActA 03:28:28 PM June 07, 2013
- HBO @gameofthrones finale Sunday; maybe @georgiatech Storymap research could sort out those crazy dynasties for us. http://t.co/AXFkKMJGnX 01:49:01 PM June 07, 2013
- This place looks familiar. http://t.co/6M4vTcQpFk 02:01:31 PM June 06, 2013
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