HandSight on Big Ten Network

Lee Stearns Oct 18, 2017

Lee Stearns and the HandSight project were featured in the Big Ten Network's news site, in an article titled [read more]

Congratulations to Majeed K., MS!

Jon E. Froehlich Aug 10, 2017

Congratulations to Majeed Kazemitabaar who successfully defended his MS thesis entitled "MakerWear: A Tangible Construction Kit for Young Children to Create Interactive Wearables" on Aug 4, 2017 and j...

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Congratulations Matt Mauriello on Ubicomp Submissions

Jon E. Froehlich Jul 03, 2017

Excited to announce that Matt Mauriello and his team had their temporal thermography poster accepted to this year's ACM Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous...

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Makeability Lab Moving to UW

Jon E. Froehlich Jun 28, 2017

After five wonderful years at the University of Maryland, I have decided to (re)join the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering as an Associate Professor. This was not an easy decisi...

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Introducing Assistant Professor Kotaro Hara!

Jon E. Froehlich Jun 19, 2017

We are super happy and excited to announce that the Makeability Lab's first PhD student, Dr. Kotaro Hara, has an accepted a tenure track assistant professor position in the [read more]

HandSight on WUSA9

Jon E. Froehlich Jun 16, 2017

Our local CBS affiliate in Washington DC, WUSA9, just ran a nice news story on the HandSight project. Check it out [read more]

HandSight Covered in Terp Magazine

Jon E. Froehlich May 16, 2017

There is a nice writeup on Lee Stearns' PhD dissertation topic, HandSight, in Terp Magazine this month (link). The article is entitled A New ...

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Makeability Lab at CHI2017

Jon E. Froehlich May 10, 2017

The Makeability Lab had five full papers at CHI2017, including MakerWear which received a best paper award and is the first longform paper on my [read more]

Matt Mauriello Selected as All-S.T.A.R. Fellow!

Jon E. Froehlich Apr 25, 2017

Congratulations to Matt Mauriello who was just selected as an All-S.T.A.R Fellow for his work on scalable thermography--one of sixteen across the entire Graduate School at UMD. The Graduate All-S.T.A....

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