Distinguished Lecture @ Univ. Minnesota |
April 29, 2017
Beth will be speaking as the Cray Distinguished Speaker Monday May 1, 2017 in the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Her talk will focus on a decade of research that explores the combination of computing research, human-centered design, and health management theory to create promising approaches for promoting wellness, supporting behavior change, and delivering improved health outcomes.
Click here for more information on the event!
Anita Borg Institute – Atlanta Chapter Quick Research Bites |
April 27, 2017
The official local chapter of the Anita Borg Institute is launching on April 27! To celebrate this occasion, six local scientists, researchers, and businesswomen have been invited to discuss their research and impacts for Atlanta and beyond! Lab member Jessica Pater will be presenting her research on characterizing self harm online and how we might meaningfully connect these online activities and behaviors into clinical practice. For more information, click here for more information. Congrats Jessica!
The lab will be repressed at the 2017 CSCW conference in Portland, OR. Jessica will be presenting the paper "Defining Digital Self-harm" which was awarded a Best Paper distinction. She will be presenting the paper on Tuesday 2/28 at 2:30. Congratulations Jessica and Beth!!
Beth attends the 2016 White House Frontiers Conference |
October 14, 2016
On October 13, the White House hosted a day-long conference focused on the research and programs on the forefront of U.S. science and technology. This invitation-only event brings together technologists, innovators, researchers and industry leaders to participate in conversations around what are the grand challenges and cutting-edge research for the next several decades. The frontiers discussed this year included health care innovation and precision medicine, accelerating clean energy, space exploration.
Mynatt participated in the National Frontiers track, where attendees discussed harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence, including data science, machine learning, automation, and robotics.
The White House also announced new research partnerships and a $300 million investment in research initiatives that reflected the frontiers discussed at the conference.
Dr. Beth Mynatt presents on her role with the CCC to the GT community |
September 15, 2016
Dr. Mynatt presented to the Georgia Tech GVU community today about he role as the Executive Director of the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) and what research and funding in computing looks like in Washington D.C. and what is on the horizon. The video from this talk can be found here.
Beth Mynatt Named Distinguished Professor |
September 1, 2016
Effective immediately, our leader Beth Mynatt received a promotion to distinguished professor! This is based on her scholarship and contributions to the College of Computing, The Georgia Tech community, and her commitment to advancing the field of computer science. To learn more about this accomplishment, go to http://www.cc.gatech.edu/news/571571/computings-mynatt-named-distinguish....
ECL at ICWSM 2016 |
September 1, 2016
ECL will be at ICWSM in Cologne, Germany on May 17-20th. Jessica Pater, in collaboration with Casey Fiesler, Anna Lauren Hoffmann, Nicholas Proferes, and Stevie Chancellor have organized a workshop on Ethical Social Media Research. More information on the workshop can be found at http://icwsm.org/2016/program/workshop/#w2.
ECL at 2016 Pervasive Health Conference |
September 1, 2016
The Everyday Computing Lab will be presenting research at the 2016 EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare Conference in Cancun, Mexico May 16th - May 19th. Maia Jacobs will be presenting her paper with James Clawson and Dr. Elizabeth Mynatt "A Cancer Journey Framework: Guiding the Design of Holistic Health Technology." Additionally, she will be presenting at the Future of Pervasive Health Workshop.