CHI is one of the top conference on human-computer interaction, and our lab was able to present some of our research there.
- In collaboration with Dr. Wei Peng at Michigan State University and Doug Zytko, a PhD student from NJIT’s Connection Lab, we presented research on how the use of different technologies for communication are related to one’s psychological wellbeing, such as feelings of life satisfaction, loneliness, and positive/negative moods
Wohn, D. Y., Peng, W., & Zytko, D. (2017). Face to Face Matters: Communication Modality, Perceived Social Support, and Psychological Wellbeing. CHI 2017 Late-breaking work, 3019-3026. [PDF]
- In collaboration with Dr. Guo Freeman at University of Cincinnati, we did an overview of different definitions of eSports and its significance as a relative new area of research
Freeman, G., & Wohn, D.Y. (2017). eSports as An Emerging Research Context at CHI: Diverse Perspectives on Definitions. CHI 2017 Late-breaking work, 1601-1608 [PDF]
- Dr. Wohn moderated a panel about content curation and moderation on social media with researchers from UC Boulder, Georgia Tech, Illinois Institute of Technology, and MIT.
Wohn, D. Y., Fiesler, C., Hemphill, L., De Choudhury, M., Matias, J. N. (2017). How to Handle Online Risks? Discussing Content Curation and Moderation in Social Media. CHI 2017 panel, 1271-1276. [PDF]