Brown Computer Science IPP Symposium
9:00 AM on Thursday, April 24, 2014
Center for Information Technology (115 Waterman Street), 3rd Floor
Hosted by Jeff Huang
Live streaming is available here.
This symposium will explore social behavior online and how communities interact with technology in general. Scholars and domain experts from industry and academia will exchange ideas and share their findings.
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- danah boyd '00, Microsoft Research ; "Privacy, Ethics, and Social Media: Understanding What You Think You See"
- Ed Chi, Google; "The Science of Social Interactions on the Web"
- Mike Develin, Facebook; "Once More With Feeling"
- Merrie Ringel Morris '01, Microsoft Research; "Friendsourcing vs. Paid Crowdsourcing: Understanding the Tradeoffs"
- Michael Stoppelman, Yelp; "How Yelp Connects People with Great Local Businesses Online to Offline"
- Sizhao Yang, LaunchHub, Inc.; "Lessons from Social Gaming"
CS Department Speakers
- Connor Gramazio, Ph.D. Candidate; "Visualizing the Quantified Self"
- HakRim Kim, Undergraduate Student; "Alice in the Dark"
- Alexandra Papoutsaki, Ph.D. Candidate; "Class-Sourced Crowdsourcing"
- Genevieve Patterson, Ph.D. Candidate; "Crowd One Shot Learning: Fine-Grained Classifiers Created by Non-experts
- Hannah Quay-de la Vallee, Ph.D. Candidate; "Crowdsourcing Interface Design for Presenting User Ratings of App Permissions"
- 9:00 Breakfast and Registration
- 9:30 Welcome
- 9:40 danah boyd '00
- 10:20 Alexandra Papoutsaki
- 10:35 Break
- 10:50 Ed Chi
- 11:30 Connor Gramazio
- 11:40 Lunch
- 1:00 Mike Develin
- 1:40 HakRim Kim
- 1:50 Merrie Ringel Morris '01
- 2:30 Break
- 2:40 Genevieve Patterson
- 2:55 Michael Stoppelman
- 3:35 Hannah Quay-de la Vallee
- 3:50 Sizhao Yang
- 4:30 Break
- 4:45 Department Flash Talks
- 5:30 Posters and Reception