Congratulations to Craig, who is the GTRIC 2011 Innovation Prize Winner for his work and presentation of LiquidText!
The workshop brought together academic and industrial researchers from around the country and Canada to begin setting a long term agenda around enabling interaction at ultra-large scales.
Keith gave the keynote, “Human-Network Interaction: Building Bridges Between HCI and Networking Research,” at the First SIGCOMM Homenets workshop, in New Delhi, India.
The Pixi Lab will have two papers appearing at UIST 2010 in New York this fall: Jeonghwa’s work on the Eden home networking management system, and the work of Derek and crew on the TwinSpace architecture for cross-reality interaction.
The Pixi lab is happy to boast that this year’s College of Computing Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant award goes to Erika!
NSF has made an award of $1,153,000 to our 4-year, medium-scale Network Science and Engineering (NetSE) project entitled “Towards Human-Network Interaction for the Home.” This project is a collaborative effort involving Keith Edwards, Rebecca Grinter, and Ken Calvert (University of Kentucky). NSF award IIS-0904431.
Samsung is supporting Craig Tashman’s LiquidText multitouch project through a collaborative research agreement totaling $138,000 funding for the first year.