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Feb 2005     75.05    12 Myths of Mobile User-Interface Design Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
Oct 2001     90.00    A process-oriented conceptual platform for informatics Kristen Nygaard, University of Oslo
Oct 2004     103.17    Accelerated Democracy: Scenarios From the Future of Technological Voting Jason Tester, Institute for the Future
Jan 2005     73.05    Adaptive User Interfaces: Design Challenges for HCI Tessa Lau, IBM T.J. Watson Research
Oct 2005     73.04    Administrators Anonymous - UCD, TCO, LCM, and other interventions Luke Kowalski, Corporate Ui Architect, Oracle Corp
Jan 2000     90.00    Advanced Interface Design for Ease of Use Tony Temple, IBM UK
Nov 2002     90.00    Advanced User-Interface Design for Vehicles Aaron Marcus (Aaron Marcus and Associates)
Apr 2004  *  2 90.00    Adventures in Time and Space: Leveraging Geo-Referenced Digital Photographs Mor Naaman, Stanford CS
Apr 2005     86.19    Affective Interaction Paradigms for Animated Characters Bill Tomlinson, UC Irvine
Jan 1999     90.00    As If Users Mattered: Research in Human Centered Design Patrick Whitney and Kei Sato, Institute of Design
Apr 2003  *  1 90.00    Avatar-centric Communication in There Chuck Clanton (There)
Apr 2001     90.00    Awareness on the move: Desktop and mobile awareness prototypes for coordinating contact John C. Tang and James "Bo" Begole
Nov 2002     90.00    Beginning with the End in Mind: How to design for people's real goals Paul Whitmore (E*Trade)
Jan 2000     90.00    Better CHI through Signal Processing (People Centric Processing) Malcolm Slaney, Interval Research
Nov 2000     90.00    Building a Scalable Display Wall Kai Li
Dec 2000     90.00    Building Novel Interfaces Sidney Fels
Dec 2005     75.54    CALO: A Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes Adam Cheyer, SRI
Apr 2001     90.00    Casablanca: Designing Social Communication Devices for the Home Debby Hindush
Mar 2003     90.00    Challenging the Videoconferencing Gold Standard: Art Therapy and Tele-Mediated Communication in Behavioral Telehealth Kate Collie (University of British Columbia)
Mar 2001     90.00    Characters Everywhere Barbara Hayes-Roth
Apr 2002     90.00    Coding with Motion: Perceptually based Visualization Techniques Lyn Bartram, Coligio
May 2001     90.00    Collaboration as Theory and Practice Andrea Lunsford, Stanford Program in Writing and Rhetoric
May 2004     90.00    Collaboration, Tool Use, and Work Practice of Mars Mission Scientists Roxana Wales and Alonso Vera, NASA Ames
May 2005     75.34    Collaborative Performance Experiments in the Distributed Immersive Performance Project Elaine Chew, USC
Apr 1999  *  1 90.00    Computational Design Mihai Nadin, University of Wuppertal
Oct 1999     90.00    Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces Angel Puerta
Jun 2003  *  2 75.00    Computers versus Common Sense An Engineering Approach to AI Doug Lenat (Cycorp, Inc.)
Feb 1999     90.00    Consumer Multimedia Organization and Retrieval Allan Kuchinsky, Hewlett Packard Laboratories
Nov 2000     90.00    Context Aware Computing Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
Oct 2005     81.11    Context Photography and Talking About Work Mattias Rost and Johan Lundin, Viktoria Institute and Goteborg IT University
May 2005     75.06    Context-Aware Computing: A World That Knows What To Do For You Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab
May 2005     88.01    Context-Aware Computing: A World That Knows What To Do For You Paul Braund, World Bank Institute
Jan 2000     90.00    Conversation Map: An Interface for Very Large-Scale Conversations Warren Sack, MIT Media Lab
Nov 2005     84.11    Creating Simple Software in a Geek-driven Culture Blake Ross and Asa Dotzler, Mozilla Foundation
Apr 2003     90.00    Croquet: A Collaboration Architecture Alan Kay (HP Labs)
May 2002  *  1 90.00    Design of a Video Auditorium and Leveraging the Asymmetric Sensitivity of Eye Contact for Videoconferencing Milton Chen, Stanford Computer Science
Jan 2006     85.54    Designing for Deliberation Todd Davies, Stanford Symbolic Systems Program
May 2002     90.00    Designing for the Disadvantaged Jim Fruchterman, Benetech
May 2001     90.00    Designing Responsive Software Despite Performance Limitations Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards
Mar 2000     90.00    Designing with Haptic Feedback Karon Maclean
Oct 2002     90.00    Desire in Context Rich Gold
Nov 2004     90.00    Digital Simplicity: Usable Personal Ubicomp James Landay, University of Washington and Intel
Oct 2000     90.00    EasyLiving: An Architecture for Building Intelligent Environments Steve Shafer, Microsoft Research
Feb 2000     90.00    Effects of Humor in Task-Oriented Human-Computer Interaction and Computer-Mediated Communication John Morkes, Trilogy Software
Dec 2002     90.00    Electronic Chalk: A tool for live and remote teaching Raul Rojas (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
Jan 2005     90.00    Embedded Health Assessment Margaret Morris , Intel Research Seattle
Feb 2001  *  1 90.00    Emerging Interactive Expression Systems: Blurring Author and Audience Steve DiPaola
Nov 2004     90.00    End-User Composition in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Mark Newman, PARC
May 2004     90.00    Enhancing User Experiences in Ubiquitous Computing Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley
Nov 2000     90.00    Experiments in Interaction with Wall Displays Terry Winograd
Mar 2001     90.00    Experiments with Un-tethered Interaction Turner Whitted
Jun 2001     90.00    Fluid Interaction for High Resolution Wall-size Displays Francois Guimbretiere, Stanford CS
Mar 2002  *  1 45.00    Focus Plus Context Screens: Displays for Users Working with Large Visual Documents Rebecca Grinter, PARC
Apr 2003     90.00    From Counterculture To Cyberculture: How The Whole Earth Catalog Brought Us Fred Turner (Stanford Dept. of Communication)
Feb 2000     90.00    Gender and Technology: A Case Study Brenda Laurel
May 2004     90.00    Giving Users Control in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Anind Dey, Intel Research
Jan 2002  *  1 90.00    Google is not an anomaly Larry Page (Google)
Sep 2000     90.00    Growing a Web Community: Three Immutable Laws, Nine Timeless Design Strategies Amy Jo Kim, NAIMA
Oct 2002  *  1 90.00    Handheld Usability Scott Weiss (Usable Products Company)
Mar 2002     45.00    Hanging Out With Computers: The Role of IM in Teenage Communication Patrick Baudisch, PARC
Oct 2001     90.00    Haptic Techniques for Media Control Scott Sona Snibbe
Mar 2006     62.38    HCI Considerations for Managing Social Media Jan Jannink, iMeem
Oct 2004  *  1 106.00    High Performance Pen Interfaces Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
Mar 2006     86.12    How do Google searchers behave? Improving search by divining intent Dan Russell , Google
Oct 1999     90.00    How Human is Human-Computer Interaction? Cliff Nass
Mar 2005     84.52    How to Change the World and be Home for Dinner: The art, science, and myths of videoconferencing Milton Chen and Erika Chuang, VSee Lab
Feb 2000     90.00    Human Factors in Advanced Air Transportation Technologies Richard Mogford
Feb 2000     90.00    In Support of Multimedia Conversations Greg Wolff
Feb 1999     90.00    Informal User Interfaces for Shared Note Taking James Landay, UC Berkeley
Mar 2002     90.00    Input Research at Microsoft: Sensors, Mice, and Keyboards, Oh My! Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
May 2002     90.00    Intelligence Augmentation: Creating a Prosthetic for the Brain Bradley Rhodes, Ricoh Innovations
Feb 2002  *  1 90.00    Interactiive Medical Education Dr. Parvati Dev, Stanford SUMMIT
May 2005     73.05    Interaction and Exhibit Design in Museums Ahmad Mansur, Zeum
Apr 2002     90.00    Interaction Design at Pixar Animation Studios Karon Weber, Pixar Animation Studios
Feb 2002     90.00    Interactive Workspaces in Construction Kathleen McKinney Liston, Stanford Civil Engineering
Apr 2005     90.00    Interfaces for Augmenting Face-to-Face Conversation Using Wearable Computers Milton Chen and Erika Chuang,VSee Lab
Jan 1999     90.00    Interfacing Telerobotics to the Net: Experiments in Telepistemology Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley
Dec 1999     90.00    Internet-based Interactive Character Design: From Agents to Avatars Steve DiPaola, communities.com
Apr 2001  *  1 90.00    Interpreting Information Requests in Context Charles Ortiz
Sep 1999     90.00    Introduction to Haptics Kenneth Salisbury
May 1999     90.00    Invisible Interfaces Ken Fishkin, Anuj Gujar, Beverly Harrison, and Roy Want, Xerox PARC
Jan 2003     90.00    Issues in Personalizing Shared Ubiquitous Devices David Hilbert (FX Palo Alto Laboratory)
Oct 2000     90.00    Leonardo's Laptop: Human Needs and the New Computing Ben Shneiderman
May 2003  *  1 90.00    Lessons Learned: Interacting with the PLATO System Brian Dear (PLATO)
Feb 2001     90.00    Lifelong Kindergarten Mitchel Resnick, MIT Media Laboratory
Sep 2005     88.23    Making Sense on Small Screens Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research
Apr 2004     90.00    MERBoard: a Multi-mission Platform for Collaborative Mission Control Applications Jay Trimble, NASA Ames
Oct 2001     90.00    M-Links: A UI For Web Interaction On Very Small Devices Jonathan Trevor and David Hilbert, FXPAL
Nov 2002     90.00    Mobile Devices for Control Brad Myers (Carnegie Mellon University )
Apr 2004  *  5 90.00    Mobile Media Metadata: The Future of Mobile Imaging Marc Davis, UC Berkeley
Apr 2005     87.54    Mobile social computing: From research to product Younghee Jung and Per Persson, Nokia Corporation
Feb 2002     90.00    Moore's Law Meets Physiology: The Future of Interactive Systems Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University
Feb 2006     93.03    Moving Beyond Menus and Toolbars in Microsoft Office Julie Larson-Green, Microsoft
Mar 2001     90.00    Multimedia Research at Microsoft: Making Audio and Video First-Class Objects Jonathan Grudin
Feb 2005     87.17    Networked Robots Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley
Mar 2005     52.37    Networks of Smart 3D sensors Gaile Gordon and John Woodfill, Tyzx Inc
Feb 2001     90.00    New Learning Environments David Cavallo
Oct 2000     90.00    Online Communities: Designing Usability, Supporting Sociability Jenny Preece
Jan 2001     90.00    Opening the Design Process: Everyday People in the Fuzzy Front End Elizabeth Sanders
Dec 2005     87.18    Opportunities and Challenges for HCI Design and Research Jim Hollan, Department of Cognitive Science, UCSD
Oct 2004  *  1 50.10    Paper, Plastic, or Playstation? Adapting a game to a wide range of technologies Scott Kim
May 2003     90.00    Peephole Displays: Pen Interaction on Spatially Aware Handheld Computers Scott Mize (AngstroVision)
Mar 1999     90.00    Personal Information, Privacy, and the Web Rob Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center
Nov 1999     90.00    Perspective Taking Amongst Distributed Workers Pamela Hinds
May 2001     90.00    Pervasive Interaction: Informal Tools for Designing Anywhere, Anytime, Anydevice User Interfaces James Landay, Group for User Interface Research, UC Berkeley
Oct 2002     90.00    Post-desktop User Interfaces Jan Borchers (Stanford Computer Science)
Oct 2005  *  1 72.47    Presiding Over Accidents: Techniques for Designing Directive Interfaces Jeffrey Heer, UC Berkeley Computer Science
Apr 2001  *  1 90.00    Programming Support for Natural Interaction Jennifer Mankoff, Georgia Tech
May 2001  *  1 90.00    Prolegomena to Future Interface Design Jef Raskin
Nov 1999     90.00    Recent Research at the NYU Media Research Lab Ken Perlin
Feb 2005     74.22    Revenge of the Social Network: Lessons from Friendster Danah Boyd, UC Berkeley SIMS
Feb 2006     71.20    Rhythm Awareness and Unavailability Inferencing Bo Begole, PARC
Oct 1999     90.00    Scenarios of Future User-Interface Design Aaron Marcus
Mar 2006     82.10    Seamless capture and discovery for corporate memory FX Palo Alto Laboratory, Inc
Feb 2003  *  1 90.00    Searching Spoken Word Collections Douglas Oard (University of Maryland)
Apr 2004  *  1 90.00    Semantic Scholarly Publishing and Discourse: Tools for Modelling Contested Knowledge Domains Simon Shum, The Open University
Feb 2001     90.00    Seminar on People, Computers, and Design Fabrice Florin
Oct 2000     90.00    Sensible Computers: Technologies that Enable Computers to Understand Human Emotion Jennifer Healey
Oct 2002  *  1 90.00    Seven Slides and a Fight: How Extreme Programming improved our user-centered design process, but not our social skills Victoria Bellotti (PARC)
May 2003  *  1 90.00    SimCity Online Will Wright (Maxis)
Jan 2003  *  2 90.00    Sociable media for real and virtual spaces Judith Donath (MIT Media Lab)
Apr 2002     90.00    Social Creativity and Meta-Design in Lifelong Learning Communities Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado
Nov 2005     78.33    Social Interface Prof. Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT Media Lab
Jan 2005     73.49    Social Mobile Applications, Location Privacy, and the capital of Nevada Ian Smith, Intel Research Seattle
Mar 2000     90.00    Social Tele-embodiment: Understanding Presence Eric Paulos, UC Berkeley
Mar 2002     90.00    Sparrow Web: Community Shared Web Pages Eric Bier, PARC
Nov 1998     90.00    StarCursors in ContentSpace: Abstractions of people and places Paul Rankin, Philips Research, Redhill, UK
Nov 1999     90.00    Stories About Interactive Storytelling Abbe Don
Feb 2006     84.26    Subvocal Speech and the Development of Biological Interfaces Chuck Jorgensen, NASA Ames
May 2003     90.00    System Administrators are Users Too Rob Barrett (IBM Almaden Research Center)
Jan 2005     82.00    Tabletop Interfaces Merrie Ringel Morris, Stanford CS Dept
May 1999     90.00    Tacit Interaction Elin Pedersen
Feb 2005     92.32    Taming HAL Asaf Degani, Nasa AMES Research
Feb 2006     85.14    Tangible Bits: Beyond Painted Bits Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab
Feb 2003     90.00    TaskMaster: Resource management in an email client Victoria Bellotti (PARC)
Jan 2006     83.33    Technologies for Communities: Managing Information from the Grassroots Tapan Parikh, University of Washington
May 2002     90.00    Technology and Human Well-being Neil Scott, Archimedes Project, Stanford
Mar 2003     90.00    Technology Demonstrations: What are they for? Wally Smith (Edith Cowan University, Western Australia)
Nov 2004     90.00    Teleo: Rapid Prototyping Toolkit Michael Shiloh, Makingthings.com
Feb 1999     90.00    Ten Myths of Multimodal Interaction Sharon Oviatt - Oregon Graduate Institute
Oct 2005     75.08    The Cartoon Universe of Larry Gonick: Words, Pictures, and Information Larry Gonick, Overeducated Cartoonist
Feb 2002     90.00    The Cybernetics of HCI, A Pragmatic Approach Paul Pangaro (Sun Microsystems)
Nov 2005     84.51    The Digital and the Divine: a Critical Exploration of the Intersections of Spiritual Practice and New Technologies Genevieve Bell, Intel
May 2003     90.00    The DIVER Project: Point-of-View Authoring of Virtual Tours of Video Recordings Roy Pea (Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning)
Jan 2003  *  1 90.00    The How And Why of Google UI Marissa Mayer (Google)
Jan 2000     90.00    The Importance of Homes in Technology Research Debby Hindus, Interval Research Corporation
Oct 2004     90.00    The Network is the Game: Social Trends in Mobile Entertainment Amy Jo Kim (SocialDesigner.Net)
Jan 2001     90.00    The Playful World: Interactive Toys and the Future of Imagination Mark Pesce
Jan 2001     90.00    The Psychology of Ecommerce: Choice Overload and other Paradoxes Paul Whitmore
Oct 1999     90.00    The Soft Machine - Design in the Cyborg Age Marie O'Mahoney
Nov 1998     90.00    Toward Affective Interfaces Rosalind Picard - MIT Media Lab
Nov 2002  *  1 90.00    Towards Computational Media: Metadata for Media Automation and Reuse Marc Davis
Dec 2004     90.00    Trash Talk: Deconstructing Situations across our Emerging Technological Urban Landscape Eric Paulos , Intel Berkeley Lab
Apr 2002     90.00    TreadMill Ink - Enabling Continuous Pen Input on Small Devices Giovanni Seni, Motorola Human Interface Labs
May 2004     90.00    Understanding the Requirements for Developing and Designing Free/Open Source Software Walt Scacchi, UC Irvine
Apr 2005     87.00    Unified Activity as a Paradigm for Supporting Collaboration Tom Moran, IBM Almaden Research Center
Feb 2003     90.00    Using Computers to Change What People Think and Do: Insights into Captology BJ Fogg (Sun Microsystems)
Jan 2003     90.00    Using Words to Search a Thousand Images: Hierarchical Faceted Metadata in Search Interfaces Marti Hearst (UC Berkeley SIMS)
Feb 2002  *  3 90.00    Utopian Entrepreneur Dr. Brenda Laurel
Sep 2002     90.00    Video Interfaces for Entertainment Richard Marks (Manager R&D Special Projects, Sony)
Apr 1999     90.00    Visual Interactive Simulations Allen Cypher, David Canfield Smith, Larry Tesler , StageCast
Jan 2006     74.08    Visual Interfaces for Databases Jock Mackinlay and Chris Stolte, Tableau Software
Oct 1999     90.00    Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century Bob Horn
Jan 2002     90.00    Visualization for All Dr. Jock Mackinlay, Xerox PARC
Dec 2000     90.00    Voice Activated: Interface Design and the Psychology of Enjoyment, Trust, and Sales Clifford Nass
May 2001     90.00    Web Browsing on Handheld Devices Orkut Buyukkokten, Stanford Computer Science
Apr 2003     90.00    Web Search Engines: Algorithms and User Interfaces Krishna Bharat (Google)
Apr 2005     73.24    What a To-Do: Studies of Task Management Towards the Design of a Personal Task List Manager Victoria Bellotti, Danny Bobrow, Brinda Dalal, Nathan Good, Jim Thornton, PARC
Feb 2003     90.00    Where Do HCI Theory and Practice Meet? Terry Winograd (Stanford University)
May 2002     90.00    Where Do Web Sites Come From? Scott Klemmer, Berkeley Computer Science
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