Welcome to Xiang 'Anthony' Chen's HCI Research Cuisines!
I am a 5th year PhD student at CMU, looking for academic or industrial research positions:
02/1: Cornell InfoSci
02/6: UMich CSE
02/13: UCSB CS
02/22: Yale CS
03/9: Princeton CS
03/14: CU Boulder ATLAS
03/20: Adobe Research
03/27: Northwestern CS
I develop technical and design approaches to build novel human-computer interfaces that enhance users' physical interactivity with ubiquitous computers,
or enable their creativity in fabricating physical objects of their design (e.g., using 3D printing).
My long-term research vision is Ubiquitous Fabrication-—empowered by computational design software and emergent fabrication machines,
users are able to create customized physical tools, mechanisms, gadgets or other physical means to solve real world problems or improve their quality of lives.
Chen, X. A., Coros, S., Mankoff, J., & Hudson, S. E.
Encore: 3D printed augmentation of everyday objects with printed-over, affixed and interlocked attachments. Proc. ACM UIST 2015, 73-82.
Chen, X. A., Kim, J., Mankoff, J., Grossman, T., Coros, S., & Hudson, S. E.
Reprise: A design Tool for specifying, generating, and customizing 3D printable adaptations on everyday objects. Proc. ACM UIST 2016, 29-39.
Chen, X. A., Grossman, T., Wigdor, D. J., & Fitzmaurice, G.
Duet: exploring joint interactions on a smart phone and a smart watch. Proc. ACM CHI 2014, 159-168. Best Paper.
Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
User Interface Group, Autodesk Research
Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary
Email me to learn more! xiangchen @ acm.org
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