TEILab’s Reading Technology For The Blind Featured on Texas A&M Today

Computer science graduate student Niloofar Zarei and Visualization professor Francis Quek were recently featured on Texas A&M Today for their research on reading technology for the blind. Check out the video and original article below for more details of this research. Texas A&M Professor Develops Novel Reading Technology For The Blind

Dr. Toups of NMSU Gives Seminar Talk to TAMU CSE

On January 22, 2018, Assistant Professor Dr. Zach Toups from New Mexico State University’s Play and Interactive Experiences for Learning (PIxL) Lab visited Texas A&M University’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering to give a talk on his on-going research work titled “Playing at Planning: Developing Games to Support Disaster Responders”. An alumni of TAMU […]

TAMU HCI Earns 5 Papers (1 Full, 3 SC, 1 Workshop) at IUI 2018

On March 7-11, 2018, TAMU HCI will be represented with 1 full paper, 3 student consortium papers, and 1 workshop paper the 23rd ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2018) in Tokyo, Japan. This year’s IUI 2018 conference serves as the premier international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user […]

Dr. Chu of The StoryLab Gives Talk to TAMU ESPY

On January 22, 2018, Assistant Professor Dr. Sharon Lynn Chu of The StoryLab in the Department of Visualization gave a talk at TAMU EPSY to HCI researchers from across various disciplines. Dr. Chu presented her research lab’s latest on-going efforts titled “Wearables for Learning: Examining the Smartwatch as a Tool for Situated Science Reflection”. The […]

TAMU HCI Receives 8 Full Papers at CHI 2018

The ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018), premier international conference on human-computer interaction research, will be held April 21-26, 2018 in Montreal, Canada, and eight full papers that will be presented at CHI 2018 include representation by faculty and students from the TAMU HCI research community. See below for the […]

SRL Wins First Place at CHI Play 2017 Student Game Design Competition

Blake Williford, Matthew Runyon, Adil Hamid Malla, and Dr. Tracy Hammond of the Sketch Recognition Lab took home first prize in the jury’s selection for the student game design competition at CHI PLAY 2017. In collaboration with Dr. Wayne Li and Dr. Julie Linsey at Georgia Tech University, the researchers won the top prize for […]

Dr. Theodora Chaspari Joins TAMU CSE Faculty

Dr. Theodora Chaspari is the newest addition to the faculty at Texas A&M University’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, joining in Fall 2017 as an Assistant Professor whose research interests include human-computer interaction. A recent PhD graduate from the University of Southern California’s┬áDepartment of Electrical Engineering, Chaspari will bring her expertise in fields such […]