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Two Papers Accepted to ASSETS'19

Jon E. Froehlich
Published Jun 28, 2019
Project Sidewalk
Deaf Travel Autoethnography

We were honored that both of our papers submitted to ASSETS'19 were accepted for publication:

  • Autoethnography of a Hard of Hearing Traveler led by UW CSE PhD student, Dhruv Jain, and co-authored by Jain, Audrey Desjardins (School of Art + Art History + Design), Leah Findlater (HCDE), and Jon Froehlich
  • Deep Learning for Automatically Detecting Sidewalk Accessibility Problems Using Streetscape Imagery led by UW CSE PhD students, Galen Weld and Esther Jang, and co-authored by Weld, Jang, Anthony Li (UMD ugrad), Aileen Zeng (UW CSE ugrad), Kurtis Heimerl (UW CSE prof), and Jon Froehlich.

Congrats also to Manaswi Saha for having her first-authored paper from her MSR internship accepted as well.