2016 Curriculum Vitae

Ted Selker, Ph.D. 
910 Mockingbird Lane
 
Palo Alto CA 94306

ted.selker@gmail.com

 

Education

Ph.D., Computer Science, 1992 
  Thesis:
 A Framework for Proactive Interactive Adaptive Computer Help

City University of New York

M.S., Computer & Information Sciences, 1981 
  Thesis:
 Paired Associative Memory

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

B.S., Applied Mathematics, Honors, 1979
 
 Thesis:
 Image Based Focusing.

Brown University

 

Employment

Beginning

Ending

Selker Design Research, CEO

  Many roles in companies and universities.            

  Innovation Speaker, Inventor for Hire

09/1999

Present

Magic Leap, Wizard

12/2015

Present

Aarhus University, Associate Professor

07/2015

Present

UC Berkeley, Visiting Scholar

11/2013

Present

Sentient, Future of AI Product Visioning      

04/2016

01/2017

FoldiMate, CTO

09/2012

02/2014

Select2Gether, CTO

06/2012

01/2014

Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, Distinguished Service Professor

08/2008

11/2013

Scanadu, Chief Scientist

07/2011

10/2011

Amazon / Lab 126, Future Products Visionary

7/2010

2/2011

Willow Garage, Consultant

2009

2009

Green Wireless, Technical Advisor

2008

2009

Stanford Computer Science, Visiting Professor

09/2008

09/2009

MIT, Media Laboratory, Associate Professor 

09/1998

06/2008

One Laptop Per Child, Advisor

2004

2008

MIT/Caltech Voting Project, Co-Director 

01/2004

06/2008

Vert, Board of Directors, Consultant

1998

2000

XIFT, Advisor

1998

1999

IBM Research Center, IBM Fellow; Senior Manager, Research Scientist

08/1985

10/1999

Stanford University, Computer Science, Adjunct Associate Professor

1994

1998

PARC, Consulting Researcher

1984

1985

Stanford University, Computer Science, Teaching Fellow and Robotics RA

09/1981

08/1985

Atari Sunnyvale Research Lab, Research Scientist

05/1983

04/1984

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Research Assistant 

05/1980

12/1980

Hampshire College, Lecturer, Director HALCOGS 

09/1979

05/1980

Brown & Sharpe, Product Designer 

06/1978

09/1978

Brown University, Photo Editor 

09/1976

06/1978

Brown University, Research Assistant 

06/1978

09/1978

Weyerhaeuser Research, Research Intern 

06/1974

09/1976

Longview Bike Shop, Mechanic

09/1972

01/1974

Alvin TV Repair,  Repair

03/1969

06/1971

 

 

 

 

 

Refereed Publications

 

1.                   

Designing for Peripheral Interaction: seamlessly integrating interactive technology in everyday life. Editors Saskia Bakker, Doris Hausen, Elise van den Hoven, Ted Selker. Interaction Design and Architecture Journal (IxD&A), Spring 2016.

2.                   

An Adaptive Mediating Agent for Teleconferences. Rahul Rajan, Ted Selker. Intelligent systems for supporting distributed human teamwork, AAAI 2016 Spring Symposium, Stanford CA, March 2016.

3.                   

Task Load Estimation & Mediation using Psychophysiological Measures. Rahul Rajan, Ted Selker, Ian Lane. Proceedings IUI2016, Sonoma CA, March 2016.

4.                   

Tactile Communication in Extreme Contexts: Exploring the Design Space Through Kiteboarding. Andre Schmidt, Mads Kleemann, Timothy Merritt, Ted Selker. Proceedings Interact, Bamberg, Germany, Sept 2015.

5.                   

Multi-finger Chords for Hand-held Tablets: Recognizable and Memorable. Julie Wagner, Eric Lecolinet, Ted Selker. Proceedings CHI2014. Toronto, Canada, April 26 2014. (Best Paper Honorable Mention Award)

6.                   

An Infrastructure for Supporting Considerate Sensor Systems Provisioning. Jia Zhang, Nimish Radia, Zhipeng Li, Norman Xin, Youan Ren, Prateek Sachdeva, Puja Subranmanyam, Sky Hu, Song Luan, Lydian Le, Bo Xing, Du Li, Jordan Cao, Ted Selker, Bob Iannucci, Martin Griss, Anthony Rowe. SOCA2013. Kauai, Hawaii, Dec 2013.

7.                   

Beyond Rhetoric to Poetics in IT Invention, Annie Gentes, Ted Selker. Proceedings Interact, Cape Town, South Africa, Sept. 2013.

8.                   

Roger that!- The Value of Adding Social Feedback in Audio-mediated Communications. Rahul Rajan, Joey Hsiao, Ted Selker. Proceedings Interact, Cape Town, South Africa, Sept. 2013.

9.                   

Multi-Focus and Multi-Level Techniques for Visualization and Analysis of Networks with Thematic Data Exploration. Michele Cossalter, Ole Mengshoel, Ted Selker. IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Feb. 3-7, 2013.

10.               

Multi-focus and Multi-window Techniques for Interactive Network Exploration. Priya Krishnan Sundararajan, Ole Mengshoel and Ted Selker. Exploration IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Feb 3-7, 2013.

11.               

Considerate Audio MEdiating Oracle (CAMEO): Improving Human-to-Human Communications in Conference Calls. Rahul Rajan, Cliff Chen, Ted Selker. Proceedings Designing Interactive Systems, DIS 2012, Newcastle, UK, June 11-15, 2012.

12.               

Considerate Supervisor: An Audio-only Facilitator for Multiparty Conference Calls. Rahul Rajan, Cliff Chen, Ted Selker. CHI 2012 Works In Progress, Austin, TX, May 10, 2012.

13.               

SmartPhones can Recognize Stress-Induced Hand Tremor. Ted Selker, Will Dayton, Patricia Collins. Proceedings MobACC, Interact, Lisbon, Portugal, Sept. 2011.

14.               

Attention and Intention Goals Can Mediate Disruption in Human Computer Interaction. Ernesto Arroyo, Ted Selker. Proceedings Interact, Lisbon, Portugal Sept. 2011.

15.               

TravelRole: a Carpooling/ Physical Social Network Creator. Ted Selker, Paula Helen SaphirProceedings 2010 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems, Chicago, IL, May 2010.

16.               

Understanding Considerate Systems - UCS (pronounced: You See Us). Ted Selker. Proceedings 2010 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems, Chicago, IL, May 2010.

17.               

Who Said What When? Capturing the Important Moments of a Meeting. Shoou-Jong Yu, Ted Selker. Proceedings of CHI10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing System, Atlanta, GA, April 2010.

18.               

Meeting Essence II, Capturing the Important Moments of a Meeting (poster). Shoou-Jong Yu, Ted Selker. Proceedings HotMobile2010, Annapolis, MD, Feb. 2010.

19.               

Process Is Technology: Coming to Terms with Systems-Level Problems and Human-Factors Failures with Voting. Presented at WOTE, Ottawa, Canada, June 20-21 2007.

20.               

What You Said About Where You Shook Your Head: A Hands-free Implementation of a Location-based Notification System. Eric M. Jones, Ted Selker, Hymin Chung. CHI 2007, May 2, San Jose, CA, 2007

21.               

Emotionally Reactive Television. Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Ted Selker, Chaochi Chang, Hyemin Chung. Proceedings 2007 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces. Honolulu HI, Jan. 2007.

22.               

Enhancing Interface Design Using Attentive Interaction Design Toolkit. Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Jon Wetzel, Ted Selker. Proceedings Educational Program of ACM SIGGRAPH 2006, Boston, MA, July 2006.

23.               

A Methodology for Testing Voting Systems. Ted Selker, Elizabeth Rosenzweig, Anna PandolfoJournal of Usability Studies, Vol. 1, Issue 5, Nov. 2006.

24.               

Usability Tool for Analysis of Web Designs Using Mouse Tracks. Ernesto Arroyo, Ted Selker, Willy Wei. CHI P CHI 06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Montreal, Canada, pp. 484-489, April 2006.

25.               

A Sense of Spatial Semantics. Matthew Hockenberry, Ted Selker. MiICHI 06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Montreal, Canada, pp. 851-856, April 2006.

26.               

Augmenting Voting Interfaces to Improve Accessibility and Performance. Jonathan A. Goler, Edwin J. Selker, Lorin F. Wilde. CHI 2006 Workshop, April 2006, Canada.

27.               

Lovers Cups: Drinking Interfaces as New Communication Channels (alt.chi). Hyemin Chung, Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Ted Selker. Extended Abstracts CHI 06, Montreal, Canada, pp. 375-380, April 2006.

28.               

CarCoach: a Polite and Effective Driving Coach. Ernesto Arroyo, Shawn Sullivan, Ted Selker. alt.chi, CHI 06 Extended Abstracts, Montreal, Canada, pp. 357-362, April 2006.

29.               

Attention Meter: A Vision-Based Input Toolkit for Interaction Designers. Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Chiun-YI Ian Jang, Ting Han Daniel Chen, Jon Wetzel, Yang-Ting Bow Shen, Ted Selker. CHI 06 Extended Abstracts, Montreal, Canada, pp. 1007-1012, April 2006.

30.               

Augmenting Kitchen Appliances with a Shared Context Using Knowledge about Daily Events. Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee, Leonardo Bonanni, Jose H. Espinosa, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Sydney, Australia, pp. 348-350, Jan. 2006.

31.               

iSphere: A Free-Hand 3D Modeling Interface. Chia-Hsun J. Lee, Yuchang Hu, Ted Selker. International Journal of Architectural Computing, Vol. 4, No. 01, pp. 19-31, Jan. 2006. Fostering Motivation and Creativity for Computer Users, Special Creativity and Computation Support.

32.               

Fostering Motivation and Creativity for Computer Users. Ted Selker. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Vol. 63, No. 4-5, Crete, Greece, pp. 410-421, Oct. 2005.

33.               

Cooking with the Elements: Intuitive Immersive Interfaces for Augmented Reality Environment. Leonardo Bonanni, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Proceedings Interact 2005, Rome, Italy, pp. 1022-1025, Sept. 2005.

34.               

Exploring Feedback and Persuasive Techniques at the Sink. Leonardo Bonanni, Ernesto Arroyo, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Interactions Special Issue: Ambient Intelligence: the Next Generation of User Centeredness, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 25-28, July-Aug. 2005.

35.               

Abbrevicons: Efficient Feedback for Audio Interfaces. Matthew Hockenberry, Sharon Cohen, Zachary Ozer, Tiffany Chen, Ted Selker. Proceedings of Interact 2005, Rome Italy, pp. 1079-1082, Sept. 2005.

36.               

Synesthetic Recipes: Foraging for Food with the Family in Taste-space. Hugo Liu, Matthew Hockenberry, Ted Selker. Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 2005, Los Angeles, CA, July 2005.

37.               

Voting Technology: Election Auditing Is an End-to-End Procedure. Ted Selker. Science, Vol. 308, pp. 1873-1874, June 24, 2005.

38.               

PlaceMap: Building Community Through Active Context Mapping. Matthew Hockenberry, Rob Gens, Ted Selker. Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 2005, Los Angeles, CA, July, 2005.

39.               

iSphere: a Proximity-Based 3D Input Interface. Chia-Hsun Lee, Y. Hu, Ted Selker. Proceedings of CAAD Futures 2005 Conference, Vienna, Austria, pp. 281-290, June 2005.

40.               

A Day of Poll Watching, Reno and Sparks Nevada. Ted Selker. User Experience Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 2005.

41.               

Technology in the Home: Waterbot: Exploring Feedback and Persuasive Techniques at the Sink. Ernesto Arroyo, Leonardo Bonanni, Ted Selker. Proceedings of CHI 05, Portland, OR, pp. 631-639, April 2005.

42.               

Attention-Based Design of Augmented Reality Interfaces (poster). Leonardo Bonanni, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Proceedings of CHI 05, Portland, OR, pp. 1228-1231, April 2005.

43.               

Smart Sinks: Real World Opportunities for Context-Aware Interaction (poster). Leonardo Bonanni, Ernesto Arroyo, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Extended Abstracts of CHI 05, Portland, OR, pp. 1232-1235, April 2005.

44.               

Dishmaker: Personal Fabrication Interface. Leonardo Bonanni, Sam Sarcia, Sudodh Paudel, Ted Selker. alt.chi, Extended Abstracts of CHI 05, Portland, OR, pp. 2231-2233, April 2005.

45.               

Counter Intelligence: Augmented Reality Kitchen. Leonardo Bonanni, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Proceedings of CHI 05, Portland, OR, pp. 2239-2245, April 2005.

46.               

CarCoach: A Generalized Layered Architecture for Educational Car Systems. Taly Sharon, Ted Selker, Lars Wagner, Ariel J. Frank. IEEE Intl. Conference on Software, Science, Technology & Engineering, pp. 13-22, Feb. 2005.

47.               

Smart Environments and Ubiquitous Computing: A Framework for Designing Intelligent Task-Oriented Augmented Reality User Interfaces. Leonardo Bonanni, Chia-Hsun Lee, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, San Diego, CA, pp. 317-319, Jan. 2005.

48.               

The Living Center (TLC): A Web Page That Think With Its Users. Ted Selker. Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimedia and Information and Communications Technologies, Badajoz, Spain, Oct. 2004, Journal of Digital Contents. Special issue on Digital Learning-Teaching Environments and Contents, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 116-120, Formatex, Badajoz, Spain, 2004.

49.               

Visual Attentive Interfaces. Ted Selker. BT Technology Journal, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 146-150, Oct. 2004.

50.               

Fixing the Vote-What Electronic Ballots Can Do for Democracy. Ted Selker. Scientific American, pp. 92-97, Oct. 2004.

51.               

The SAVE System-Secure Architecture for Electronic Voting. Ted Selker, Jon GolerBT Technology Journal, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 89-19, Oct. 2004.

52.               

The Living Center (TLC): A Web Page That Thinks With Its Users. Ted Selker. Journal of Digital Contents. Special issue on Digital Learning-Teaching Environments and Contents, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 116-120, Formatex, Badajoz, Spain, 2004.

53.               

Drift Catcher: the Implicit Social Context of Email. Andrea Lockerd, Ted Selker. Proceedings of INTERACT 03: IFIP TC13, Zurich, Switzerland, Sept. 2003.

54.               

Voting: User Experience, Technology and Practice (panel). Ted Selker, Eric A. Fischer, Benjamin B. Bederson, Conny McCormack, Clifford Nass. Extended Abstracts of CHI 03, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, pp. 700-701, April 2003.

55.               

Visualizing the Affective Structure of a Text DocumentHugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. Extended Abstracts of CHI 03, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, pp. 740-741, April 2003.

56.               

World Wide Web: Mr. Web: an Automated Interactive WebmasterAndrea Lockerd, Huy Pham, Taly Sharon, Ted Selker. Extended Abstracts of CHI 03, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, pp. 812-813, April 2003.

57.               

Attentive User Interfaces: Interacting with Groups of Computers. Jeff Shell, Ted Selker, Roel VertegaalCommunications of the ACM, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 40-46, March 2003.

58.               

A Zero-Input Interface for Leveraging Group Experience in Web Browsing (Poster). Taly Sharon, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami Beach, FL, pp. 290-292, Jan. 2003.

59.               

A Model of Textual Affect Sensing Using Real-World Knowledge. Hugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami Beach, FL, pp. 125-132, Jan. 2003. Recipient of conferences Outstanding Paper Award.

60.               

Self-Adaptive Multimodal-Interruption Interfaces. Ernesto Arroyo, Ted Selker. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Miami Beach, FL, pp. 6-11, Jan. 2003.

61.               

A Test-Bed for Intelligent Eye Research. Ted Selker, Jessica Scott, Winslow Burleson. LREC 2002, Workshop on Multi-Modal Resources and Multi-Modal System Evaluation, Canary Islands, Spain, pp. 78-83, June 2002.

62.               

Creativity and Interface. Winslow Burleson, Ted Selker, guest editors. Communications of the ACM (Special Issue), Vol. 45, No. 10, pp. 88-90, Oct. 2002.

63.               

GOOSE: A Goal-Oriented Search Engine with Commonsense. Hugo Liu, Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems, Proceedings of 2nd International Conference AH 2002, Malaga, Spain, pp. 253-263, May 2002. Recipient of Best Artificial Intelligence Paper from Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence.

64.               

Chameleon Tables: Using Context Information on Everyday Objects (poster). Ted Selker, Ernesto Arroyo, Winslow Burleson. CHI 02 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 580-581, April 2002.

65.               

E-Windshield: A Study of Using (demonstration). Ted Selker, Winslow Burleson, Ernesto Arroyo. CHI 02 Extended Abstract on Human Factors in Computing System, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 508-509, April 2002.

66.               

Sensing and Effecting Environment with Extremity-Computing Devices. Vadim Gerasimov, Ted Selker, Walter Bender. Motorola Offspring, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-9, 2002.

67.               

Eye Pattern Analysis in Intelligent Virtual Agents. Michael Li, Ted Selker. IVA 01 Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, Madrid, Spain, pp. 23-35, Sept. 10-11, 2001.

68.               

Eye-R, a Glasses-Mounted Eye Motion Detection Interface (poster). Ted Selker, Andrea Lockerd, Jorge Martinez. CHI 01 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seattle, WA, pp. 179-180, March 2001.

69.               

An Architecture for Developing Attentive Information Systems. Paul Maglio, Chris Campbell, Rob Barrett, Ted Selker. Knowledge-Based Systems, Vol. 14, No. 1-2, pp. 103-110, March 2001.

70.               

Affecting Humanity. Ted Selker. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 44, No. 3, p. 45, March 2001.

71.               

Social Floor. Ted Selker, Winslow Burleson. OZCHI Conference. Proceedings, Interface Reality in the New Millennium, Dec. 2000.

72.               

Smart Boxes: A Design Study. Ted Selker, Winslow Burleson. OZCHI Conference Proceedings, Interface Reality in the New Millennium, Dec. 2000.

73.               

Music Ball: an Adaptive, Gesture-Based Musical Instrument. Ted Selker, Jessy Pavel. OZCHI Conference Proceeding of Interface Reality in the New Millennium, pp. 162-163, Dec. 2000.

74.               

Out of Context: Computer Systems That Adapt to and Learn from Context. Henry Lieberman, Ted Selker. IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 39, Nos. 3-4, pp. 617-632, Oct. 2000.

75.               

Context-Aware Design and Interaction in Computer Systems. Ted Selker, Winslow Burleson. IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 39, Nos. 3-4, pp. 880-891, Oct. 2000.

76.               

SUITOR: An Attentive Information System. Paul Maglio, Robert Barrett, Chris Campbell, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, New Orleans, LA, pp. 169-176, Jan. 2000.

77.               

Context-Aware Office Assistant. Hau Yan, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, New Orleans, LA, pp. 276-279, Jan. 2000.

78.               

In Search of the Magic Carpet: Design and Experimentation of a Bimanual 3D Navigation Interface. Shumin Zhai, Eser Kandogan, Barton A. Smith, Ted Selker. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 3-17, Academic Press, Feb. 1999.

79.               

Landmarks to Aid Navigation in a Graphical User Interface. Wendy Ark, D. Christopher Dryer, Ted Selker, Shumin ZhaiProceedings of Workshop on Personalized and Social Navigation in Information Space, Stockholm, Sweden, March 1998.

80.               

Representation Matters: The Effect of 3D Objects and a Spatial Metaphor in a Graphical User Interface. Wendy Ark, D. Christopher Dryer, Ted Selker, Shumin ZhaiProceedings of People and Computers XIII, HCI'98, pp. 209 219, ACM Press, 1998.

81.               

Graphical Means of Directing UsersAttention in the Visual Interface. Sabra-Ann Kelin, Ted Selker, Julie Wright, Shumin ZhaiProceedings of INTERACT 97, Sydney, Australia, pp. 59-66, July 1997.

82.               

Improving Browsing Performance: A Study of Four Input Devices for Scrolling and Pointing Tasks. Ted Selker, Barton Smith, Shumin ZhaiProceedings of INTERACT 97, Sydney, Australia, pp. 286-292, July 1997.

83.               

Visual Attention Techniques in the Graphical User Interface. Sabra-Ann Kelin, Ted Selker, Julie Wright, Shumin ZhaiSPIE/IS&T Proceedings of Conference on Human Vision and Electronic Imaging II, pp. 3016-3026, Feb. 1997.

84.               

What Will Happen in the Next 50 Years? Ted Selker. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 40, No.2, pp. 88-89, Feb. 1997.

85.               

New Paradigms for Computing (Guest Editor). Ted Selker. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 39, No. 8, pp. 60-69, Aug. 1996.

86.               

New Paradigms for Computing (Editorial). Ted Selker. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 39, No. 8, pp. 28-30, Aug. 1996.

87.               

Dual Stream Input for Pointing and Scrolling. Ted Selker, Barton Smith, Shumin ZhaiExtended Abstracts of CHI 97, pp. 305-306, April 1996.

88.        

Negative Inertia: A Dynamic Pointing Function. Robert Barret, E. J. Selker, Joe Rutledge, Robert OlyhaConference Companion on Human Factors in Computing System, Denver, Colorado, pp. 316-317, May 1995.

89.               

The Uniform Memory Hierarchy Model of Computation. Bowen Alpern, Larry Carter, Ephraim Feig, Ted Selker. Algorithmica, Vol. 12, Nos. 2-3, pp. 72-109, Aug.-Sept. 1994.

90.               

COACH: A Teaching Agent That Learns. Ted Selker. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 37, No. 7, pp. 92-99, July 1994.

91.               

Visualizing Computer Memory Architectures. Bowen Alpern, Larry Carter, Ted Selker. Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Visualization-90, pp. 107-113, San Francisco, CA, Oct. 1990.

92.               

Force-to-Motion Function for Pointing. Joseph D. Rutledge, Ted Selker. Proceedings of INTERACT: IFIP International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 701-706, Aug. 1990.

93.               

Cognitive Adaptive Computer Help (COACH). Ted Selker. Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on AI and Education, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 25-34, May 1989

94.               

Elements of Visual Language. Ted Selker, Larry KovedProceedings of IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages, pp. 38-44, Oct. 1988.

95.               

The Cognitive Adaptive Computer Help Interface. Ted Selker. Expert Systems Newsletter ESN8803, Oct. 1988.

96.               

A Framework for Comparing Systems with Visual Interfaces. Ted Selker, Cathy Wolf, Larry KovedProceedings of INTERACT, pp. 683-688, Sept. 1987.

97.               

Image-Based Focusing. Ted Selker. SPIE Proceedings on Robotics Sensors, pp. 360-418, Aug. 1982.

Other Publications

1.

Knowledge-Guided Interpretation and Generation of Task-Oriented Dialogue. Alfredo Gabaldon, Pat Langley, Ben Meadows, Ted Selker. p. 27, In Situated Dialog in Speech-Based Human-Computer Interaction, Rudnicky, A., Raux, A., Lane, I., Misu, T. (Eds.) ISBN 978-3-319-21834-2, 2016.

2.

Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and opportunities for HCI in periphery of attention, Saskia Bakker, Doris Hausen, Elise van den Hoven, Edited book, Springer-Verlag, London Ltd. Apr 2016.

3.

Human-Computer Interaction and Public Policymaking Internationally; A Foundation for Understanding and Taking Future Actions. Jonathon Lazar with Julio Abascal, Simone Barbosa, Jeremy Barksdale, Elizabeth F. Churchill, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Janet Davis, Batya Friedman, Jens Grossklags, Jan Gulliksen, Alan Hedge, Harry Hochheiser, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Jeff Johnson, Clayton H Lewis, Tom McEwan, Loic Martinez-Normand, Wibke Michalk, Lisa Nathan, Fabio Paterno, Blake Reid, Ted Selker, Janice Tsai, Gerrit van der Veer, Hans von Axelson, Ake Walldius, Brian Wentz, Gill Whitney, Marco Winckler, Volker Wulf. Foundations and Trends. Human Computer Interaction: Vol. 9: 2016, http://dx.doi.org/.

 

4.

SweetBuildingGreeter: A Demonstration of Persuasive Technology for Public Space. Ted Selker, Shih-Yuan Yu, Che-Wei Liang, Jane Hsu. Invited Paper. Proceedings HCI International, Los Angeles, CA, Aug. 2015

5.

Polling Place Support Tool; User Interface to Plan and Run Polling Places. Ted Selker, Shama Hoque. Invited Paper. Proceedings HCI International, Los Angeles, CA, Aug. 2015

6.

Research On Accessible Voting. Ted Selker, Dan Gillette, Linda Avendano, Shama Hoque, Kate Liu, Minh Pham, Mike Vroomen. Final Report to US Government Election Assistance Commission, July 2014.

7.

Android Product Development course posters. Mobicase, Oct. 2010.

8.

A Secure Architecture for Voting Electronically (SAVE). Jonathan Goler, Edwin Selker. Chapter in Towards Trustworthy Elections, Springer-Verlag, 2010.

9.

Meeting Essence II: Capturing the Important Moments of a Meeting. Shoou-Jong Yu, Ted Selker. Proceedings of HotMobile 2010, Annapolis, MD. Feb. 2010.

10.

The Technology of Access: Allowing People of Age to Vote for Themselves. Ted Selker. McGeorge law Review No. 4, Vol. 38, pp. 1113-1136, 2009.

11.

The Art and Science of Studying Election Fraud - Detection, Prevention, and Consequences, edited by Michael Alvarez, Thad E. Hall, and Susan D. Hyde. Brookings. (Chapter by Ted Selker) Fall 2008.

12.

Fostering Motivation and Creativity for Computer Users. Ted Selker. Proceedings of NSF CreativeIT Workshop at Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. http://swiki.cs.colorado.edu:3232/CreativeIT/205, Jan. 2008.

13.

User Experience, Technology, and Fraud Prevention in Voting Systems. Ted Selker. VTP Election Fraud Workshop, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, Sep. 2006.

14.

A Mindset for User-Centered Spatial Applications. Ted Selker, Matthew Hockenberry, Jeff Hoff, Rob Gens. Cognitive Processing, Vol. 7, pp. 49-51, Sep. 2006.

15.

Voter Removal from Registration List Based on Name Matching is Unreliable. Ted Selker, Alexander Bauer. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #32, Jan. 2006.

16.

North Carolina Voting System Hardware Certification Report. Ted Selker. Dec. 2005.

17.

Threat Discussion on Voting System Configuration Issues & Problems. Jeremy Creelan, Dana DeBeauvoir, Douglas Jones, Avi Rubin, Ronald Rivest, Ted Selker, Michael Shamos. Developing an Analysis of Threats to Voting Systems: Workshop Summary, Gaithersburg, Maryland, Oct. 7, 2005.

18.

An Active Approach to Voting Verification. Ted Selker, Sharon Cohen. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #28, http://vote.caltech.edu/media/documents/wps/vtp_wp28.pdf, May 2005.

19.

Letter: Ted Selker. Scientific American, p. 7, Feb. 2005.

20.

Who Does Better with A Big Interface? Improving Voting Performance of Reading for Disabled Voters. Ted Selker, Jonathan Goler, Lorin Wilde. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #24, Feb. 2005.

21.

Orienting Graphical User Interfaces Reduces Errors: The Low Error Voting Interface. Ted Selker, Matt Hockenberry, Jonathan Goler, Shawn Sullivan. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #23, Feb. 2005.

22.

Design Principles for Tools to Support Creative Thinking. Mitchel Resnick, Brad Myers, Kumiyo Nakakoji, Ben Shneiderman, Randy Pausch, Ted Selker, Mike Eisenberg. Creativity Support Tools A workshop sponsored by the NSF, pp. 25-36, Washington, DC, Sep. 2005.

23.

Touch-Screen Voting Should Be a Help. Ted Selker. New York Newsday, Oct. 10, 2004.

24.

Process Can Improve Electronic Voting: A Case Study of an Election. Ted Selker. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #19, Oct. 2004.

25.

Old Voting Technologies: Problems and Improvements. Scientific American, Sep. 2004.

26.

The Voter Verifiable Audio Audit Transcript Trail (VVAATT). Ted Selker. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #18, Sep. 2004.

27.

The SAVE System: Secure Architecture for Voting Electronically Existing Technology, with Built-in Redundancy, Enables Reliability. Ted Selker, Jonathan GolerCaltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #12, Jan. 2004.

28.

Ireland First Report of the Commission on Electronic Voting, appendix C; Evaluation of Voting Machine, Peripherals and Software. Richard Sinnott, Ted Selker, Bil Lewis, Brendan Whenlan, James Williams, James McBride. May 2004.

29.

Security Vulnerabilities and Problems with Voter Verifiable Paper Trail. Ted Selker, Jonathan Goler. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #16, Apr. 2004.

30.

Certification and Voting Software: Position Statement. Ted Selker. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #15, Apr. 2004.

31.

Canopy Climb: A Rope Interface. Win Burleson, Ted Selker. Proceedings of The SIGGRAPH 2003 Sketches and Applications, San Diego, CA, p. 1, July 2003.

32.

DriftCatcher: Enhancing Social Networks through Email. Andrea Lockerd, Ted Selker. International Sunbelt Social Networks Conference XXII: Understanding, Recognizing, and Enhancing Online Communication Networks, Feb. 2002.

33.

Voting - What Was, What Could Be. R. Michael Alvarez, S. Ansolabehere, Eric Antonsson, Suki Bruck, Steve Graves, Tom Palfrey, Ron Rivest, Ted Selker, Alex Slocum, Charles S. Stewart. Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, July 2001.

34.

Context-Aware Design and Interaction in Computer Systems: Media Bed. Ted Selker, Winslow Burleson. Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium Socially Intelligent Agents - The Human in the Loop, Sep. 2000.

35.

Research Report: A Look at Human Interaction with Pervasive Computers. Wendy Ark, Ted Selker. IBM RC 10154, Aug. 1999.

36.

Style and Function of Graphic Tools. Ted Selker. Proceedings of 1999 Graphics Interface Conference, Kingston, Ontario Canada, pp. 123-131, June 2-4, 1999.

37.

Cognitive Adaptive Computer Help (COACH), A Case Study. Ted Selker. Chapter in Advances in Computers, Vol. 47, M Zelkowitz, Editor, Elsevier Press, pp. 69137, 1998.

38.

A Conversation with Ted Selker. Kate Ehrlich. Interactions, Vol. 4, No.5, pp. 34-47, Sept.-Oct. 1997.

39.

AIM: A New Approach for Meeting Information Needs. Robert C Barret, Ted Selker. IBM RC 9983, Oct. 1995.

40.

Negative Intertia: A Dynamic Pointing Function. Robert C. Barret, Ted Selker. IBM RC 9944, March 1995.

41.

Finding What I Am Looking For: An Information Retrieval Agent. Robert C. Barret, Edwin J. Selker. IBM RC 9816, May 1994.

42.

Making a Usable In-Keyboard Pointing Device: The TrackPoint II Story. Ted Selker. IBM RC 9700, Feb. 1994.

43.

A Long, Thin Flexible Transformer. Ted Selker, Jason M. Jacobs. IBM RC 83542, Oct. 1993.

44.

TrackPoint II: The In-Keyboard Pointing Device. Ted Selker, Joe Rutledge. IBM Personal Systems Technical Solutions, pp. 16-17, Jan. 1993.

45.

A Better Way to Help. Ted Selker. IBM Research Magazine, No. 4, 1992.

46.

Intelligent Tutor Systems: Limitations of Current Representations. Ted Selker, F.N. Linton. IBM RC 17584, Jan. 1992.

47.

A Framework for Proactive Interactive Adaptive Computer Help. Ted Selker. IBM RC 17597, Jan. 1992.

48.

Finger Force Precision for Computer Pointing. Ted Selker, Joe Rutledge. IBM RC 17342, Oct. 1991.

49.

Demonstrating Usability Improvements in Automatically Presented Adaptive Help. Ted Selker, Kevin GorowayIBM RC 16910, May 1991.

50.

Graphics as Visual Language. Ted Selker, Art Appel. Chapter in Handbook of Statistics, Vol. 9, Elsevier Science Publishers BV, pp. 825-855, Apr. 1991.

51.

Visual Elements Workspace (VIEW) Scenario. Ted Selker. IBM RC 15513, Feb. 1990.

52.

Room with a View (RWAV): A Metaphor for Interactive Computing. Larry Koved, Ted Selker. IBM RC 10809, Jan. 1990.

53.

Algebraic Types and Object Oriented Programming. Eric Wagner, Ted Selker, Joe Rutledge. 6th Workshop on Specification of Abstract Data Types, Berlin, Germany, Aug. 29-Sep. 2, 1988.

54.

A High Tech, High Security Employee Identification Badge. David Smith, Ted Selker. IBM RC 13135, Sep. 1987.

55.

Psychology and Neurophysiology. Harlyn Baker, Ted Selker. In Survey of Stereo Mapping Systems and Related and Supporting Techniques and Literature, Stanford AI Report, pp. 196-219, 1982.

56.

Paired Associative Memory: A Simplified Semantic Network LTM Model and Distributed Neural Implementation. Ted Selker. Coins Technical Report #81-20, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Sep. 1981.

57.

An Image Based Focusing System: An Alternative for Cameras, A Model of Eye Accommodation. Ted Selker. Coins Technical Report #81-19, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Sep. 1981.

 

Invited Lectures and Seminars

1.                   

CS Colloquia: Activities in Considerate Systems, NYU, NY NY, 11/14/2014.

2.                   

Activities in Considerate Systems, Queen Mary University of London, London England, Nov. 12, 2014.

3.                   

Participatory Information Technology Talk: Industrial Design Intelligence, Aarhus University, Aarhus Denmark, Nov. 10, 2014.

4.                   

Sensors for Human/System Interaction: LMU, Munich Germany, Nov. 7, 2014.

5.                   

Keynote: Activities In Considerate Systems: MindTrek Academic Track, Tampere Finland. Nov. 6, 2014.

6.                   

Keynote: Invention and Innovation, MindTrek, Tampere Finland. Nov. 5,2014.

7.                   

Disruption Management for Smart Cities, Trinity College Dublin Ireland, Nov. 3, 2014.

8.                   

Research Exchange Seminar Series: The Technology of Access, CITRIS UC Berkeley, Oct. 15, 2014.

9.                   

CITRIS Keynote Speaker: Excubate: How Crowdsource Collaboration Can Professionalize Early Stage Technology Business Development. CITRIS University California, Merced Mar. 12, 2014.

10.               

Keynote: Activities in Considerate Systems: AMI2013, Dublin Ireland, Dec. 2013.

11.               

Invited panelist: International Workshop on Knowledge and Service Technology for Life, Environment and Sustainability, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 17, 2012.

12.               

Keynote: Integrating Sensor and Social Interactions as a Service, IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing and Applications, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 17, 2012.

13.               

Facilitated Workshop on mobile aging solutions, Nokia Academic Symposium, Beijing, China, Nov. 15, 2011.

14.               

Keynote: Mobile Considerate Systems, Nokia Academic Symposium, Beijing, China, Nov. 15, 2011.

15.               

Sensors and Virtual Sensors for healthy lifestyles, Open health Workshop, Facilitated one day workshop, National Taiwan University, Nov. 13, 2011.

16.               

Keynote: Understanding Considerate Systems, Technologies and Applications of Artificial intelligence, Taoyuan, Taiwan, Nov. 12, 2011.

17.               

Future of New Business Technology Innovation, Taiwan Ministry of Economic Development, Nov. 11, 2011.

18.               

Excubation and Incubation, TRUNK Municipal Incubation Center, Sendai, Japan, July 8, 2011.

19.               

Sensors and Virtual Sensors for Healthful Lifestyles, Tohoku University, Sendai Japan, July 7, 2011.

20.               

Creating a Considerate World: Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, July 6, 2011.

21.               

Invention Innovation and Design, Chiba Institute of Technology, Tokyo, July 5, 2011.

22.               

Creating A Considerate World: KDDI Research Labs, Tokyo, Japan, July 4, 2011.

23.               

Mobile Innovation: The Next Generation of Mobile Applications and Services panel, Mobicase, Oct. 27, 2010.

24.               

Android App Development, CIE-SF Fall Short Course, San Jose, CA, June 25, 2010.

25.               

Creating Considerate Systems, Keynote, Collaboration Technologies and Systems, Chicago, IL, May 2010.

26.               

Considerate Systems, People Computers and Design, Stanford University, May 2010.

27.               

Context Aware Computing, FXPAL Research Seminar, Apr. 2010.

28.               

Creating a Considerate World, Context, SRI AI Seminar, Mar 2010.

29.               

Excubate, a New Model for Technology Business Development. Carnegie Mellon University, HCI Seminar Series, Oct. 2009.

30.               

Creating a Considerate World, Special ECE Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, Oct. 2009.

31.               

Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design, BayCHI, July 2009.

32.               

Roundtable on Accessible Voting Technologies, Election Assistance Commission, Washington, DC, Apr. 2009.

33.               

Incentives and Improvements in Lifestyle with Ridesharing: Realtime Rides: A Smart Roadmap to Energy and Infrastructure Efficiency, MIT Civil Engineering workshop, Apr. 2009.

34.               

Context Aware Computing Award Acceptance talk, Telluride Tech Fest, Telluride, CO, Aug. 1, 2008.

35.               

Counter Intelligence: Technology and Food. Mars Global Food Workshop, Antwerp, Belgium, July 8, 2008.

36.               

Online Maps - a Walk in Space. Google tech talk. Mt. View, CA, June 13, 2008.

37.               

Sensors and Virtual Sensors for Healthful Lifestyles. Opening Keynote, pHealth2008 Workshop, Valencia, Spain, Additional, May 21 2008.

38.               

Context Aware Computing. People, Computers and Design, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, Nov. 30, 2007.

39.               

Context Aware Mobile Interfaces. Dagstuhl Seminar 07371: Mobile Interfaces Meet Cognitive Technologies, Dagstuhl, Germany, Sept. 9 14, 2007.

40.               

Faith Popcorn Conference. Future of Local Marketing, Aug. 2007.

41.               

Individual Design. No Barriers Conference Festival Symposium, Squaw Valley, CA, June 29, 2007.

42.               

Building a Safe, Secured and Sound (3s) Living Environment. 2007 Symposium Digital Life Technologies: Workshop at National University of Taiwan, June 2, 2007.

43.               

Services and Application Concepts. Industrial Technology Research Institute Advanced R&D Advisory Committee, Taipei, Taiwan, May 27 - 28, 2007.

44.               

Expert Testimony, In the Matter of: Paralyzed Veterans of America, et al. v. Bruce McPherson, et al. Case No. C 064670 SBA, May 1, 2007.

45.               

Ballot Integrity and Prevention of Electoral Corruption. Ash Institute at Harvard University, April 27, 2007.

46.               

Inviting Invention, Smart Designs and Renegade Users: From Thinking Beds to Wearable Harp. In - Concert by Deborah Henson-Conant, Sponsored by: Cambridge Science Festival and the Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA, Apr. 26, 2007.

47.               

Swiss Symposium on eVoting and eDemocracy. Ted Selker Co-Chair, Washington, DC, Apr. 23, 2007.

48.               

Creating Cultures of Innovation. American Society of Interior Designers, Interiors 08, New Orleans, Mar. 14, 2007.

49.               

The Technology of Access: Allowing People of Age to Vote for Themselves. Facilitating Voting as People Age: Implications of Cognitive Impairment, 3 day Symposium, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, CA, Mar. 22, 2007.

50.               

Testimony to the US House of Representatives Administration Subcommittee on Elections. Hearing on Accessibility and Usability, Mar. 15, 2007.

51.               

Closing Plenary: New Paradigms in Social Computing. 14th Annual NPUC 2006, IBM Almaden, CA, July 24, 2006.

52.               

Opening Master Lecture. International Workshop on Asian Reality 2005. Taichung, Taiwan, Dec. 17, 2005.

53.               

Industrial Design Intelligence and Brainstorming. 4 day workshop, Taichung, Taiwan, Dec. 17- 21, 2005.

54.               

Information Intermediaries for the Electorate of the 21st Century. Developing a Sound Analytical Basis for Improving Public Participation and Confidence in 21st Century Elections, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, Dec. 5, 2005.

55.               

Keynote: Nuevas Tecnologias para La Inteligencia Ambiental Simposium sobre Inteligencia Amiental. Bilbao, Spain, Nov. 7, 2005.

56.               

Keynote: World Usability Day; Boston, MA, Nov. 2, 2005.

57.               

Keynote: Institute of the Future Context-Aware Computing Conference. Redwood City, CA, Oct. 24, 2005.

58.               

ICultures of Innovation. Cheng Kung University, Kaoh Sing, Taiwan, Aug. 2005.

59.               

Research Management. Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taipei, Taiwan, Aug. 2005.

60.               

Accessible Voting. American Disabilities Act Working Group Conference 2005, Orlando, FL, Aug. 30, 2005.

61.               

Testimony: EAC hearing and testimony on the Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines. Pasadena, CA, July 28, 2005.

62.               

Testimony: Voting Verification: U.S. Senate Rules Committee Hearing. Washington, DC, June 21, 2005. (Also Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project Working Paper #31, June 2005).

63.               

Testimony: Hearing for State of Connecticut Secretary of State (Susan Bysiewicz). Hartford, CT, June 15, 2005.

64.               

Understanding Design Workshop. Family Adventures in Science and Technology, MIT Museum, Mar. 27, 2005.

65.               

Boston Pugwash event, Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA, Feb. 24, 2005.

66.               

Keynote: Luxury Kitchen and Bath Convention. Los Angeles, CA, Dec. 9, 2004.

67.               

Voting in 2004: A Report to the Nation on Americas Election Process. The Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the Century Foundation, sponsored by Common Cause, Washington, DC, Dec. 7, 2004.

68.               

Keynote: Technology Review magazine launch, NY, NY, Dec. 7, 2004.

69.               

Keynote: Second European Symposium on Ambient Intelligence. Eindhoven, Netherlands, Nov. 8-10, 2004.

70.               

Ballot Design Opportunities. Voting Technology Conference. Cambridge, MA, Oct. 2, 2004.

71.               

Local Processes Can Be Improved for 11/02/2004. 

Voting Technology Conference. Cambridge, MA, Oct. 1, 2004.

72.               

E-Voting Technologies Workshop. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, Sept. 17-18, 2004.

73.               

The Design Process Workshop. Museum Institute for Teaching Science, Childrens Museum, Boston, MA, July 23, 2004.

74.               

Keynote: World Congress on Information Technology. Athens, Greece, May 20-21, 2004.

75.               

Automated Voting and Election Observation. The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA, March 17-18, 2004.

76.               

CarCoach: Reminding a Driver to Drive Well. International Workshop on Progress and Future of Adaptive Driver Assistance Research, National Traffic Safety Administration, DOT, Washington, DC. May 13-14, 2004.

77.               

Keynote: DOT Workshop Directions of Adaptive Driver Assistance Research. Washington, DC, May 13-14, 2004.

78.               

Testimony: Voting Technology. Election Assistance Commission, Washington, DC, May 5, 2004.

79.               

Creating Cultures of Innovation, the Business of Marketing Strategy. Ensuring Profitable Growth Through Strategic Leadership, Brand Building, Customer Experience Management & Innovation Conference, Boston, MA, Apr. 26-27, 2004.

80.               

Symposium on Privacy and Security. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Apr. 22, 2004.

81.               

Certification of Voting Software; Position Statement. CSTB National Academy of Sciences Workshop on Certification, Washington, DC, Apr. 19-20, 2004.

82.               

Voting Technology Project. Carnegie Board of Directors Presentation, New York, NY, Apr. 8, 2004.

83.               

Panelist: Electronic Voting Technology. American Association for the Advancement of Science National Meeting, Seattle, WA, Feb. 2004.

84.               

Context Aware Computing. Computer & Information Technology Institute Distinguished Lecture Series, Rice University, Houston, TX, Feb. 5, 2004

85.               

Presenter: Consumer Electronics Show. Las Vegas, NV, Jan. 7-8, 2004.

86.               

Usability and Accessibility for Voting. Building Trust and Confidence in Voting Systems Conference, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, Dec. 10-11, 2003.

87.               

Panelist: Enhancing Voting Rights through New Voting Equipment. Claim Democracy Conference, Democracy USA, Washington, DC, Nov. 21-23, 2003.

88.               

Should Touch-Screen Voting Machines Require a Paper Trail? Claim Democracy Conference, Democracy USA, Washington, DC, Nov. 21-23, 2003

89.               

Usability and Voter Verification. USACM Workshop on Voter-Verifiable Election Systems, Denver, CO, July 29, 2003.

90.               

Contactless-Technology for Consumers. CardTech/SecureTech, Orlando, Fl, May 12, 2003.

91.               

Risks in Election Administration and User Experience. Election Reform Summit, The Performance Institute, Arlington, VA, April 30, 2003.

92.               

Keynote: Technology and Entrepreneurship: Introduction of Ideas Into Products. Sloan Entrepreneur Forum, MIT, Cambridge MA, Jan. 24, 2003.

93.               

Insuring Your Vote Will Count. National Conference on Election Reform, Collins Center for Public Policy, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Nov. 22, 2002.

94.               

The Gateway to Next Generation Commerce and City Life over the Internet. Workshop on Information, Cities, and Collaborative Portals, IBM T.J. Watsons Research Center. Hawthorne, NY, Oct. 11, 2002.

95.               

Closing Plenary: Humanizing Design: Context Aware Computing. Usability Professionals Association Conference, Orlando, FL, July 8-12, 2002.

96.               

Accuracy and User Interface. Workshop on Election Standards Technology (WEST), Washington, DC, Jan. 31, 2002.

97.               

Moderator: Usability Panel. Workshop on Election Standards Technology (WEST). Washington, DC, Jan. 31, 2002.

98.               

User Systems Ergonomics Research. IBM PC Club, San Jose, CA, Sep. 10, 2001.

99.               

Keynote: Intentional and Implicit Communication in Contextually Aware Computing. Industrial Design Society of America Annual Conference: Designing Your Life, Boston, MA, Aug. 16, 2001.

100.           

Voting Technology-Whats The Future? National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July 13-17, 2001.

101.           

Caltech-MIT Voting Technology Project: Findings and Recommendations. Washington, DC, July 12, 2001.

102.           

Keynote: The Technological Future and How it Will Change Our Lives. IEEE Workshop, Vail, CO, June 24, 2001.

103.           

Voting Access for the Disabled. National Commission on Federal Election Reform Joint Task Force Meeting, Washington, DC, June 8, 2001.

104.           

Eastern Regional Field Hearing. Democratic National Committee Voting Rights Institute, Newark, NJ, May 22, 2001.

105.           

Beyond Keyboards and Mice: Research from the MIT Context-Aware Computing Group. Oregon School of Science and Engineering, Portland, OR, April 6, 2001.