This is a selection of my talks, with links to the presentations where possible. They are in chronological order, rather than with any further division.
The Evolution of Evaluation. alt.chi, CHI 2007, San Jose CA, 30 April 2007.
Evaluation of Experience-focused HCI. Doctoral Consortium, CHI 2007, San Jose CA, 28-29 April 2007.
Evolving Evaluation from Engineers to Experience: What History can Teach us About Evaluation in HCI. Human-Computer Interaction Seminar, Stanford University, 27 April 2007.
Expanding the Scope: Pushing the Boundaries of HCI Mumbai, India. 19 March 2007.
Expanding the Scope: Pushing the Boundaries of HCI Bangalore, India. 22 March 2007.
The Evolution of Evaluation. End of Visit Talk, Microsoft Research Cambridge, England. 15 December 2006
The Evolution of Evaluation: Learning from History as a Step Towards the Evaluation of Third Wave HCI - University of Aarhus, Denmark. 29 November 2006
Steps Towards a History of Ethnomethodology in HCI and CSCW. Science & Technology Studies Unit, University of York, England. 20 November 2006.
Evolution of Evaluation in HCI. York HCI Group Seminar, Department of Psychology, University of York, England. 19 November 2006.
Evolving Evaluation from Engineers to Experience: What History can Teach us About Evaluation in HCI. GIST Seminar Series, University of Glasgow, 16 November 2006.
Evaluation in HCI Looking at the evolution of an interdisciplinary field. Oxford e-Science Research Project, University of Oxford, 15 November 2006.
How We Got To Where We Are Today: Understanding the History of Evaluation in HCI. Guest Seminar, IT Universitetet, Göteborg, Sweden, 6 October 2006.
To Have and To Hold: Exploring the personal Archive. CHI 2006 Full Paper Talk, Montreal QC, Canada, 23 April 2006
Ambient Peripheral Display. Guest Lecture, Intro to HCI, 17 April 2006.
Evaluation in Experience-Focused HCI: Exploring the Virtual Intimate Object. Future Applications Lab, Viktoria Institute, Gothenburg, Sweden, 13 January 2006.
Logbook Probe: Facilitating auto-thick description for evaluation.
HUMAINE Workshop on Innovative Approaches for Evaluating Affective Systems.
Swedish Institute for Computer Science, Kista, Sweden. 9 January 2006.
The Spiritual As Metric: Maximizing Karma for Touring Relics. Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference Microsoft Conference Center, Redmond WA, 14 November 2005.
Technologies of Intimacy: Minimal Intimate Objects. Society for the
Social Studies of Science, Pasadena CA. 20 October 2005.
I Just Clicked To Say I Love You: Rich Evaluations of Minimal Communication. Paper Presentation, Less Is More Conference, Microsoft, Cambridge, UK, 27 April 2005.
Intimate Objects: Working at the Crossroads of Information Science. Cornell Information Science Seminar, 13 April 2005.
Intimate Objects: A Site for Affective Evaluation. Novel Approaches to Evaluating Affective Interfaces. CHI 2005. Workshop, 4 April 2005.
Minimal Intimate Objects: Open for Interpretation. Open Systems - Open STS. Graduate Student Conference. Cornell University, 19 February 2005.
Minimal Intimate Objects: Low-bandwidth communication for couples in long-distance relationships. Invited Talk, Human Communication Technologies Laboratory, University of British Colombia. 4 January 2005.
Minimal Intimate Objects: Low-bandwidth communication for couples in long-distance relationships. Joseph 'Jofish' Kaye, Mariah Levitt, Jeffrey Nevins, Jessica Golden and Vanessa Schmidt. INFO.640 Advanced HCI Final Presentation. December 2004.
Horoscope Classification Using Support Vector Machines.Final Presentation, INFO.630 Representing and Accessing Digital Information. 1 December 2004.
Olfactory Display. Invited Survey, UIST 2004, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 26 October 2004.
Technology & Relationships: Intimate Objects in S&TS & I/S. Cornell S&TS Social Sciences Reading Group, 18 October 2004. Best viewed with Opera.
William H. Broughton: One Radio Ham. Society for the Social Study of Science, Paris, France. 27 August 2004. Best viewed with Opera.
Intimate Objects: Communication Devices for Couples. Cornell Information Science Seminar, 14 April 2004.
Writing a Machine: Technical Critical Practice. Under Construction VI - The MIT-RPI-Cornell STS Graduate Student Conference: A Heart-Shaped Black Box. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY, Feb 14 2004.
Computerized Symbolic Olfactory Display, Cornell SIGCHI, 8 October 2003.
Future Kitchen Technologies. Campbell Soup Company, Camden NJ, 1 October 2003
Learning from Kitchens of the Future: Humanized Technologies for Domestic Spaces, Cornell Information Science, April 2003.
Social Ambient Healthcare. Workshop presentation, CHI Workshop on Designing Culturally Situated Technologies for the Home, Spring 2003.
Symbolic Olfactory Display. Designing for the Senses Conference, Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian / Rockefeller University, New York NY, 17 May 2002
Future Technologies & Practices Impacting the Home, Information and the Urban Future Conference, New York University, New York NY, 26 February 2001.
My Grandmother Could Cook Dinner in Seven Minutes or Less With No Wasted Steps: A Question of Focus in Domestic Technology Design. Intel Architecture Labs, Portland OR, 26 September 2001.
Computerized Symbolic Olfactory Display. Xerox PARC, Palo Alto CA, 29 July 2001.
Forget about Technology: the Future of the Kitchen & Home. ICM Bluetooth Conference, Westin Fairfax Hotel, Washington DC, 14 july 2000.
Technology in Future Kitchens. Häfele Conference, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco CA, 23 September 1999.
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