Steve Whittaker is Professor of Human Computer Interaction at University of California at Santa Cruz. He is a member of the CHI Academy, and Editor of the journal Human Computer Interaction. In 2014, he received a Lifetime Research Achievement Award from SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction), he is also a Fellow of the Association for Computational Machinery. Probably best known for his work on email overload, computer mediated communication and personal information management, he combines empirical analyses that are informed by the social sciences, with novel interactive system design to address important human problems. He has worked both in industry and academia, at HPLabs, IBM, AT&T Bell Labs, and University of Sheffield. His H index is 65, and he has over 50 US and worldwide patents. He is currently working on personal informatics, and his latest book from MIT Press is The Science of Managing Our Digital Stuff.
His program :
- Course master level, Thursday, december 13, 2018 - 09:00am to 10:30am - PUIO - Building 640 - Room D203
- Plan accès
- Title: Personality depends on the medium: differences in self-perception between social media and offline.