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    Alumni spotlight with Connie Chau

      We recently caught up with Connie Chau, class of 2020, to talk about her time at Carnegie Mellon. Our conversation is below, forma...

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    Agarwal is First Graduate of New BS in HCI Program


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    Overcoming Tab Overload

    If you are reading this, chances are you have several other tabs open in your browser that you mean to get to eventually.

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    CMU at Virtual CHI 2021

      More than one hundred researchers from Carnegie Mellon will log on to virtually attend the international ACM Conference on Human F...

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    CMU Lab Leads Development of Pasta That Morphs Into Shape When Cooked

    Flat-Packed Noodles Create More Sustainable Packaging, Transportation and Storage People love pasta for its shapes — from tubes of penne...

  • SCS Remembers Adobe Founder and Ph.D. Alum Charles Geschke

      A creator of software that revolutionized the way people collaborate, Charles M. Geschke left his mark on Carnegie Mellon Univers...

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    Hackathons Give HCII Student Energy

      During a long and challenging year, one Carnegie Mellon student has found something that gives her a challenging creative outlet, ...

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    Yao Receives NSF CAREER Award

    Five School of Computer Science faculty members recently earned National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CARE...

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    A New Way to Learn Computer Science

    A team of Carnegie Mellon University learning scientists are developing a tool that could change the way high school teachers and students...

  • Qian Yang

    Yang Receives SIGCHI Outstanding Dissertation Award


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    Hudson Wins SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award

      Scott Hudson, a professor in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), is this year's winner of the Lifetime Achievement A...

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    CMU Researchers Win NSF-Amazon Fairness in AI Awards

    Three Carnegie Mellon University research teams have received funding through the Program on Fairness in Artificial Intelligence, which th...

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    Hammer and Kalarchian Win Shape of Health Competition

    A new game developed by Jessica Hammer and Melissa Kalarchian, two Pittsburgh-based researchers, won first prize in a national competition...

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    Dabbish Talks Women in Open Source on Consequential Podcast


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    Forlizzi Named ACM Fellow


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    HCII Team Named USDOT Inclusive Design Challenge Semifinalist

    Researchers Will Develop Prototype Smartphone Interface for Accessible Self-Driving Cars

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    Forbes Names Guo Among '30 Under 30' Outstanding Young Scientists


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    HCII Seeks Capstone Sponsors for 2021

      Apply our future HCI leaders to your organization's challenges next year The Human-Computer Interaction Institute invites compani...

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    HCII Faculty Receive Facebook Research Award

      Professor Jason Hong and Associate Professor Laura Dabbish have received an award from Facebook to research privacy on the social ...

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    HCII Seeks Researchers for Summer 2021 Program

    Application now available for the 2021 HCII Summer Research Program Summer 2020 was an unprecedented year for all. The ongoing pandemic p...