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Virginia Tech Distinguished Lecture Series: Eric Lyon
Associate Professor - Music Technology, Composition Eric Lyon is a composer and computer music researcher. Major areas of focus include computer chamber music, spatial orchestration, and articulated noise composition. Recent ...
Promoting Service Design as a Critical Lens within HCI
HCI has a history of adding critical lenses in reaction to the kinds of things it makes. It started with a narrow focus on usability and then added a user-centered design (UCD) lens in order create tools that made people ...
The Case for Multidisciplinary Computer Science
Multidisciplinary computer science approaches problem solving from a range of disciplines. Arguably, some of today’s most salient areas of technical research – social computing, data analytics (“big data”), and cyber ...
Virginia Tech Computer Science Faculty Interview Series: Dr. Kurt Luther
I’m an assistant professor of Computer Science, a member of the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, a fellow of the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, and a faculty affiliate in Human Centered Design, all ...
Virginia Tech Computer Science Faculty Interview Series: Dr. Bert Huang
I am an assistant professor in the Virginia Tech Department of Computer Science. I investigate machine learning with a special focus on models and data with structure stemming from natural networks. Within this focus, my ...