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By nature HCI has been interdisciplinary, incorporating fields such as Computer Science, Psychology, and Design. The future of HCI will be even more so. This 1-credit weekly reading seminar will cover recent papers that represent new directions and opportunities in … Continued
Prof. Ben Shneiderman is a wise researcher and an expert in HCI. There are two exams but both open-book. So print as much as you can and learn at the exam 🙂 Reviews from OurUMD.com: Great professor who really knows … Continued
Prof. David Jacobs is so nice so just take it! The final exam is closed-book and really tough, but if you complete all the homework and extra credits, you will be fine. Reviews from OurUMD.com: Good professor, good class. It’s … Continued
This is a 1 credit seminar. We hand in summary of lectures to Prof. Jeff Foster every week. CMSC 798E Ruofei Du’s Summary for 09/13’s lecture * What was the most interesting thing you learned during this talk? In the … Continued
Prof. Jon Froehlich, as my initial formal HCI advisor, (My first informal mentor in HCI is Dr. Xiang Cao), teach me so much, not merely in tangible interactive computing, but also in how to propose research questions, how to conduct research and how … Continued
Prof. Hector Corrada Bravo is an expert of BioInformatics as well as a fun of HCI. Our first homework 40% which uses R to visualize the Baltimore data is open-sourced here: https://github.com/ruofeidu/CMSC702 Our final project slides and paper: Some great reference … Continued
Prof. Yiannis Aloimonos teaches us “How to Conduct Research” in this class. Some reviews from OurUMD.com: Dr. Aloimonos is a great guy, good teacher, and interesting to listen to in lecture. Like some of the other reviews said, he covers … Continued