IBM Research Progresses Field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) IBM Research Blog

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The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems may be the premier venue for publishing searching in human-computer interaction (HCI). This season, CHI was cancelled because of COVID-19, even though some workshops is going to be held virtually. We intend to make recorded video presentations from IBM authors obtainable in this publish when available. Some IBM authors produced video presentations their papers. You’ll find links to those videos within the listing of recognized IBM works in the finish of the publish. SIGCHI may also make recorded presentations for full papers obtainable in the ACM Digital Library. IBMResearch were built with a strong body of labor recognized to CHI 2020, including nine full papers, six late-breakingwork papers, three courses, one demo, six co-organized workshops, a panel,and a unique Interest Groups (SIG) meeting. Included in this, one paperreceived the prestigiousCHI Best Paper award,andanother paper received anHonorable Mention award. These awardsrepresent the HCI community’s recognition to find the best-quality searching.

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Research and Training Group in Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Department of Mathematics NYU Courant

The Research Training Group (RTG) in Mathematical Modeling and Simulation is really a NSF-funded vertically-integrated research activity in the Courant Institute funded through the National Science Foundation (award DMS-1646339) since nov 2017. The audience includes faculty, Courant Instructors, postdocs, graduated pupils, and undergraduate students thinking about applied mathematics more broadly, and modeling and simulation of physical systems more particularly. Since in early stages, the Courant Institute were built with a strong emphasis in applied mathematics, with modeling and simulation at its core.

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