Both of our ASSETS'19 papers were nominated for 'Best Paper' at ASSETS'19:
Aileen Zeng, our extraordinary undergrad researcher, presented Project Sidewalk to the National MS Society during their 'On the Move' luncheon in Seattle. Thanks to the MS Society for the invitation and great event. [read more]
Liang He gave a fantastic talk on "Ondulé: Designing and Controlling 3D Printable Springs" at UIST'19, the top technical conference in HCI. Liang was also the web co-chair for the UIST'19 website. Thanks Liang for all your hard work! [read more]
Makeability Lab member Manaswi Saha was an invited keynote speaker to the Washingtion State Ridesharing Organization (WSRO) conference. She gave a talk on Project Sidewalk entitled Project Sidewalk: Mapping the accessibility of the physical world at scale using interactive computational tools.
Congrats Manaswi and thanks for representing the Project Sidewalk team.
Congrats Manaswi and thanks for representing the Project Sidewalk team.[read more]
Around noon on Saturday Sept 22, Makeability Lab collaborator and UW CSE PhD student, Galen Weld, became the 76th person to summit the 100 highest mountains in Washington and the youngest person to do so! Congrats Galen!
Above, a picture of Galen on top of Buck Mountain in the Glacier Peak Wilderness--the final mountain in the list.
Above, a picture of Galen on top of Buck Mountain in the Glacier Peak Wilderness--the final mountain in the list.[read more]
Makeability Lab PhD student, Manaswi Saha, has been accepted into the ASSETS'19 Doctoral Consortium where she will present and receive feedback on her doctoral work entitled "Interactive Tools for Assessing and Understanding Urban Accessibility At Scale". Congratulations Manaswi! [read more]