Krzysztof Z. Gajos
CSE; coadvised w/
Daniel S. Weld;
first position at
Harvard University

Susumu Harada
CSE; coadvised w/
James A. Landay;
first position at
IBM Tokyo Research Lab

Jeff Huang
iSchool; coadvised w/
Susan Dumais;
first position at
Brown University

Jessica J. Tran
EE; coadvised w/
Eve A. Riskin and
Richard E. Ladner
first position at
Thomson Reuters

Shiri Azenkot
CSE; coadvised w/
Richard E. Ladner
first position at
Cornell Tech

Other Student Collaborators

Annie Ross, CSE Ph.D. student
Mayank Goel, CSE Ph.D. student
Phillip Pasqual, Informatics major
Alex Jansen, iSchool Ph.D. student
Eun Kyoung Choe, iSchool Ph.D. student
Morgan Dixon, CSE Ph.D. student
Jeffrey Bigham, CSE Ph.D. student
Jon Froehlich, CSE Ph.D. student
Nelson Nogales, iSchool RA
Tressa Johnson, MLIS student
Ben Q. Lee, Informatics major
Peter Kamb, Informatics major
Fernando Santamarina, ACMS major
Chinmay Nirkhe, Lakeside Upper School
Dominik Zmuda, Liberty High School

Prospective Ph.D. students: We are always looking for talented new students who want to pursue an aggressive research-driven Ph.D. in HCI. You should have strong skills in at least two of the following: software programming, interaction design, and/or quantitative research methods. Being a good HCI researcher is about having creative original ideas—you must produce new knowledge, not just be good at exams and assignments others have given you. If you think you might be a good fit, contact Dr. Wobbrock and apply to our Ph.D. in Information Science.

Masters students and undergraduates: Come work with us! If you are interested in joining one of our HCI research projects and have either good programming or good visual design skills (or both), please contact me. (Please read some of our research papers first.) Note that if you are a working member of our research team, co-authorship and funded travel are possibilities. However, you should expect to join our team for at least 2 quarters, and you must be willing to put in 10 hours/week minimum. Independent study credits may be arranged.