“The Human-Computer Interaction Lab’s 29th Annual Symposium will be held May 22- 23. This year’s symposium will consider the future of social media, networks, medical informatics, information visualization, interaction design, designing for children and youth, games, HCI design methods and more. Learn through talks, hands-on tutorials, workshops, demos and posters. Full-time students receive an 80 percent discount on the cost of registration. Registration is required.”
In my time here at the HCIL, I have seen how great partnerships can develop, not just between academics, but between the industry, non-profit, and community members with researchers. The Symposium has great speakers, poster sessions, and tutorials for anyone interested in human-computer interaction. I’ll be presenting our work on Kitchen Chemistry on Wednesday, May 23. Check out our poster!