“HFES congratulates Spencer Kohn and Cheng Guo for their winning entry in the “Mobile Health Applications for Consumers” Design Competition, which was held in conjunction with the 2015 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care: Improving the Outcomes. The designers received a $1,000 cash prize. ”
Read more here.
You can also watch Spencer and Cheng’s presentation video below:
Dr. Vivian Motti presented a tutorial on Wearable Computing covering a ‘A Human-centered View of Key Concepts, Application Domains, and Quality Factors’.
Dr. Vivian Motti presented the paper entitled ‘Understanding the Wearability of Head-Mounted Devices from a Human-Centered Perspective’ in ISWC/UbiComp’2014. The slides and the paper are available online.
HATLab Members Byron Lowens and Spencer Kohn attend the Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security.
HATLab Members Byron Lowens and Spencer Kohn have been awarded a scholarship to attend the Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security.
Dr Kelly Caine honored as the Researcher of the Month by the Clemson University Libraries Weblog.
Drs. Kelly Caine and Jacob Sorber featured in an article in the Greenville Journal discussing the Amulet Project.
Dr. Caine cited in Washington Post article on privacy and right to be forgotten.
HatLab alumni Megan Holder has been accepted into the Ed.S program at the University of South Carolina
Dr. Caine’s work on designing aging-in-place technologies for low-income older adults will be presented at ACM CHI on April 29th, 2014. A video preview of the paper From Checking On to Checking In: Designing for Low Socio-Economic Status Older Adults is available via youtube.