We learned this morning that Mike Glueck‘s paper, A Model of Navigation for Very Large Data Views, has been selected for the Michael A.J. Sweeney Award for best student paper at GI 2013. Congratulations to Mike, and his co-authors, Tovi Grossman of Autodesk and Prof. Daniel Wigdor.
Bill Buxton: Ubiety: On Design, Place and the Importance of Manners 2017-11-21 12:30 at MaRS Abstract It is a paradox that the better we get at producing useful, affordable, desirable, usable technologies, the more we are confronted by complexity … read more
RBC and the University of Toronto recently partnered up to create the RBC Innovation Fellowship program, a joint venture designed to recognize exceptional faculty and graduate students and to provide them with additional resources to advance their research. The … read more
Anind Dey: Routines and Behaviors: Leveraging everyday routines to enhance interactive systems 2017-11-07 12:30 at MaRS Abstract Commodity smart phones and initial Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices have made the visions of ubiquitous computing common place. However, despite the rapid adoption … read more
Faculty Appointments 2017/2018 “We’re thrilled to welcome the next wave of U of T computer science faculty, many of whom are jointly appointed with cognate departments, enabling us to significantly expand computer science’s collaborations with multiple disciplines across campus.” – … read more
What’s it like to work at Industrial Light and Magic? Noah talks about his research and working at ILM. https://www.utoronto.ca/news/what-s-it-work-industrial-light-magic-ask-u-t-grad
Michelle Annett presented with the L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science-NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Supplement Award
On January 19th, 2016, Michelle Annett was presented with the L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science-NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Supplement Award. UNESCO and L’Oreal invited the top 3% of female post-docs that have received an NSERC PDF Award to apply for this … read more
“As an animator, I’m trying to animate realistically,” says Chris Landreth, Academy Award® winning animator and filmmaker – and now distinguished research artist-in-residence in the University of Toronto’s department of computer science. Read the full article at http://news.utoronto.ca/oscar-winning-animator-and-filmmaker-chris-landreth-u-t-computer-science.