Faculty

CSE2 313
althoffcs.washington.edu
Data Science, Data Mining, Social Network Analysis, Natural Language Processing
aragonuw.edu
Adjunct, Human Centered Design & Engineering

Human-Computer Interaction, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work for Scientific Collaborations, Collaborative Creativity, Scientist-Computer Interaction, Visualization and Visual Analytics, eScience, Usability and Sustainability

CSE2 236
mcakmakcs.washington.edu
Human-robot interaction, programming by demonstration, robot teleoperation
CSE 632
jfogartycs.washington.edu

Human computer interaction, ubiquitous computing

batyau.washington.edu
Adjunct, iSchool

Human-computer interaction

CSE 642
jonfcs.washington.edu

Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, sensing, accessibility

CSE2 302
jheercs.washington.edu

Data visualization and analysis, human-computer interaction and social computing

CSE2 359
kheimerlcs.washington.edu
Computing for development, networking, crowdsourcing
jkientzuw.edu
Adjunct, Human Centered Design & Engineering

Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, computer-supported cooperative work

MGH 015E
ajkouw.edu
Adjunct, iSchool

HCI, software engineering, computing education

CSE2 211
jmankoffcs.washington.edu

Human-computer interaction, accessibility, 3D printing of custom assistive technologies

CSE 540
shwetakcs.washington.edu

Ubiquitous computing, sensing, human-computer interaction, embedded systems

nadyauw.edu
Adjunct, Human Centered Design & Engineering
Digital fabrication, rapid prototyping, advanced manufacturing
CSE 594
reineckecs.washington.edu
Human-computer interaction, intelligent user interfaces, crowdsourcing, cross-cultural usability of technology, unintended consequences of technology
CSE2 242
siddhcs.washington.edu

Robotic manipulation, motion planning, human-robot interaction, assistive robotics

kstarbiuw.edu
Adjunct, Human Centered Design & Engineering

Communication and social media during crises

CSE 638
tanimotocs.washington.edu

Novice programming environments, educational technology, collaborative problem-solving environments

CSE 588 (Zoom: 5348583561)
weldcs.washington.edu

Artificial intelligence, human computer interaction, natural language processing

wobbrockuw.edu
Adjunct, iSchool

Human-computer interaction

axzcs.uw.edu
Design and development of online discussion systems and computational techniques that enable users and communities to customize their online experiences and control the flow of information

Faculty (emeritus)

CSE 478
borningcs.washington.edu
Emeritus

Human computer interaction, sustainability, computers and civic engagement, designing for human values, constraint-based languages and systems

CSE 476
ladnercs.washington.edu
Emeritus

Access technology, algorithms, complexity

Affiliate Faculty

sdruckermicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

User interface, info. visualization, and graphics

Yoky Matsuoka
CSE650
yokycs.washington.edu
Nest

Robotics, brain-machine interface

danmicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

Computational user experiences

merriemicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

HCI and computer-supported cooperative work

parikhberkeley.edu
Berkeley

Sustainable economic development

desneymicrosoft.com
Microsoft Research

Human-Computer Interaction and Brain-Computer Interfaces

Postdocs

CSE605
niginics.washington.edu

Nigini Abilio Oliveira works with professor Katharina Reinecke to improve the user experience - for both researchers and volunteers - in the context of large-scale, volunteer-based online studies. His research interest is in the broad Human-Computer Interaction area focusing on online collaboration, cross-cultural studies, open science, and community design. Nigini has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Universidade Federal de Campina Grande in Brazil.

shaguncs.washington.edu

Shagun’s research focuses on online harassment and content moderation on social media websites. His dissertation investigated how moderation systems on Twitter and Reddit work, and how they affect platform owners, content moderators, and end-users. His most recent research evaluates the effects of banning or quarantining Reddit communities, examines the potential of a restorative justice approach to addressing online harassment, and analyzes the moderation mechanisms that curate Facebook ads.

Graduate Students (CSE)

CSE482
mjyccs.washington.edu
human-robot interaction, machine learning, brain-computer interface

Alumni