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.
- Infoviz wiz @achpea interns at Google, unlike wedding crasher posers in #TheInternship movie (filmed @georgiatech!) http://t.co/cmSZmfW25u about 18 hours ago
- MT @mark_riedl: #fdg13 poster "Crowdsourcing Interactive Fiction Games" is now a #DARPA featured project: http://t.co/f3UPAhQhjz 05:13:44 PM May 15, 2013
- New @gtcomputing online grad CS degree: Research/skill building (hallmark of GT education) integral to degree. http://t.co/viSQ0VlM5H 03:01:32 PM May 15, 2013
- MT @mark_riedl: Entertainment Intelligence Lab at #FDG13: talks at WICED & Global Game Jam, 2 accepted papers http://t.co/safe7kw6oQ 05:24:59 PM May 13, 2013
- MT @syardi: Good 1-minute recap of @cjhutto et al Twitter study #chi2013 in Scientific American http://t.co/rENln6vj9r 02:36:21 PM May 09, 2013