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About the Organizers

Carl DiSalvo is an assistant professor in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture, at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  His research concerns the development of new forms of participatory design and humanities-based approaches to interaction design and human-computer interaction design criticism.

Tad Hirsch is a Research Scientist in Intel’s Experience Insights Lab. His research interests include design, sustainability, and collective action.

Stacey Kuznetsov is a Ph.D. candidate at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Computer Interaction Institute. Her research explores urban computing, participatory sensing and public expressions.

Vicki Moulder is a Ph.D. student at The School of Interactive Arts + Technology, SFU. Her work explores creative collaborations at the intersection of technology and cultural production. In 2006, she organized the ACM Multimedia Exhibition at Science World, BC, CA.

Will Odom is a Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Computer Interaction Institute. He is interested in designing for environments that reflect states of negotiation, such as 'the home' or urban settings. He has organized workshops at CHI and EPIC.

Eric Paulos is an Assistant Professor in the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.  His research interests include urban computing, sustainability and citizen science. He has organized numerous workshops at CHI and UbiComp.

Ron Wakkary is an Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Arts & Technology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. His primary research is in interaction design, focusing on tangible computing and responsive environments, and the study of “everyday design” in which we all contribute to the ongoing design of artifacts and surroundings.

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