To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition

To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition




Judith Donath

http://smg.media.mit.edu/people/judith/

judith@vivatropolis.com


Vision: to understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition

Employment To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition:

Harvard Law School Berkman Center Faculty Fellow 2007 - present

MIT Media Lab director of the Sociable Media Group 1998 - 2009

MIT Media Lab associate professor 2006 – 2008

MIT Media Lab assistant professor 1998 – 2006

Interval Research Corporation researcher 1993

ASACA To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Shibasoku project design/programmer 1991

New York University lecturer 1990

Pratt Institute lecturer 1990

Prodigy Interactive Services researcher/producer 1986 - 1990

Compu-Teach game designer 1983 -1984

Education:

MIT Ph.D., Media Arts and Sciences 1996

MIT M.S., Visual Studies To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition 1986

Yale University B.A., History 1983

Exhibitions

New media art works exploring social interactions, data portraiture, and human/machine relationship

^ Solo exhibitions

The Future of the Book (with Berkeley Center for New Media Apr-Aug To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition 2010
Gilad Lotan & Martin Wattenberg) Boston Book Festival Oct 2009

Solo exhibitions of Sociable Media work:

Metropathologies MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA, Feb-Aug 2009

Data Portraits MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA Feb- Aug 2009

Artifacts of To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition the Presence Era Inst. of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA Jan-Apr 2003

selected works in group shows:

Legal Tender SIGGRAPH, New Orleans, LA Aug 1996
(with Ken Goldberg, Eric Paulos, John Canny, and Mark Pauline)
The To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Amanda Project Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, IL, Mar 1996

The Electronic Postcard SIGGRAPH, Los Angeles, CA Aug 1995

selected Sociable Media works in group shows:

Metropath(ologies) Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, Italy May To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition-June 2011

Stiff People’s League Homo Ludens Luden, Gijon, Spain, Apr-Sep 2008

Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria Sep 2007

Chit Chat Club ISEA/Zero One, San Jose, CA, 2006 Aug 2006
Pasts and Presents (with Martin Wattenberg)

several To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition works Whitney Museum ISP, New York, NY, May-Jun 2004

Mail Drops (email visualizations) Artists Space Gallery, New York, NY , May-Jul 2002

^ SIGGRAPH, 1999, 2000
Laser Who (with Joe Paradiso) Opera Totale 5. Venice To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Italy, Nov 1999

Visiphone SIGGRAPH, Los Angeles, CA Aug 1999
Laserwho SIGGRAPH, New Orleans, LA Aug 2000
(with Joe Paradiso)

^ Exhibits produced and curated:

Id/Entity MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA, 2001
The Kitchen, NY, NY To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, 2002
Beal Center, Irvine, CA, 2003
Cameraworks, San Francisco, CA, 2003

Portraits in cyberspace online 1995-8

Membership, advising and consulting

Boston Book Festival tech advisory board 2009-present

Boston Cyberarts board of directors 2008-present

Art Interactive board of directors 2007-2008

Institute of To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Contemporary Art overseer 2005-present

Journal of Computer Mediated Communication editorial board 2004-present
Museum of Science overseer 1999-2006

Computer museum overseer 1997-1999


Program Committee member for ACM CHI, ACM CSCW, ACM DIS and InfoVis.

Numerous government and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition business clients ranging from the Office of the Secretary of Defense to the Walker Arts Center. Nominator and advisor for awards in art, design and science.

Publications

Papers in Journals:

Donath, Judith To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Alex Dragulescu, Aaron Zinman, Fernanda Viegas, Rebecca Xiong, Yannick Assogba. 2010. Data Portraits. In Leonardo 43, no 4: 375-383.

Donath, Judith. 2007. Signals in social supernetworks. In Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 13, no 1.

Donath, Judith. 2007. Virtually Trustworthy To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. Science, 317, 53-54.

Donath, Judith and boyd, danah. 2004. Public display of connection. In British Telecom Technology Journal. 22, no. 4: 71-82.

Donath, Judith. 2002. A Semantic Approach to Visualizing Online Conversations. In Communications of the ACM. 45, no. 4.

Donath, Judith, Karrie To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Karahalios, Fernanda Viegas. 1999. Visualizing conversations. In
the Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 4, no. 4.

Donath, Judith. 1995. The Illustrated Conversation. In Multimedia Tools and Applications. 1, 79-88.

Chapters in books

Donath, Judith. 2011. Epilogue: The City as To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Information Organism. In (Marcus Foth, Laura Forlano, Martin Gibbs, & Christine Satchell, eds.) From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Donath, Judith. 2010. Pamphlets, paintings and programs: Faithful reproduction and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition untidy generativity in the physical and digital domains. In (Thomas Bartscherer and Roderick Coover, eds) Switching Codes. Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press.

Donath, Judith. 2010. The imperfect observer. In Questioning Nineteenth-Century Assumptions about To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Knowledge: Part III Dualism Coordinated by Aviv Bergmann, Jean-Pierre Dupuy, and Immanuel Wallerstein (Richard E. Lee, Ed.). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Donath, Judith. 2007. 1964 Форд Falcon. In (Turkle, S., Ed) Evocative To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Objects: Things We Think With. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Donath, Judith. 2000. Being Real. In (K. Goldberg, ed.) The Robot in the Garden: Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet. Cambridge, MA To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition: MIT Press

Donath, Judith. 1998. Identity and Deception in the Virtual Community. In M. Smith and P. Kollock (eds.) Communities in Cyberspace. London: Routledge.

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings:

Drew, Harry, Green Joshua To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, and Donath Judith. 2009. backchan.nl: integrating backchannels in physical space. In ^ Proceedings of Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Boston, MA, USA. ACM.

Assogba, Yannick To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, and Judith Donath. 2008. Mycrocosm: Visual microblogging. In Proceedings of 42nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS 2009), Big Island, Hawaii.

Zinman, Aaron, and Judith Donath. 2008. Signs: Increasing expression and clarity in To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition instant messaging. In Proceedings of 42nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2009), Big Island, Hawaii.

Drew, Harry and Donath Judith. 2008. Information spaces -- building meeting rooms in virtual environments. In Proceedings of CHI To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition '08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, Florence, Italy. ACM.

Zinman, Aaron, & Judith Donath. 2007. Is Britney Spears Spam? In Proceedings of the Conference on Email and Anti-Spam. Mountain View, CA.

Chatting To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, D. J., Galpin, J. S., and Donath, J. S. 2006. Presence and portrayal: video for casual home dialogues. In Proceedings of the 14th Annual ACM international Conference on Multimedia.

Viégas To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Fernanda, Scott Golder, and Judith Donath. 2006. Visualizing email content: Portraying relationships from conversational histories. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Liu, Christine M. and Judith To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Donath. 2006. Urbanhermes: Social Signaling with Electronic Fashion. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Zinman, Aaron and Judith Donath. 2006. Navigating persistent audio. In CHI '06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Computing Systems.

Fiore, Andrew and Judith Donath. 2005. Homophily in Online Dating: When Do You Like Someone Like Yourself? In Proceedings of ACM Computer-Human Interaction 2005

Golder, Scott and Judith Donath To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. 2004. Hiding and Revealing in Online Poker Games. In Proceedings of CSCW 2004.

Golder, Scott and Judith Donath. 2004. Social Roles in Electronic Communities. In Proceedings of the Association of Internet Researchers 2004.

Viégas To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Fernanda, Ethan Perry, Ethan Howe and Judith Donath. 2004. Artifacts of the Presence Era: Using Information Visualization to Create an Evocative Souvenir. In Proceedings of Info-Vis ’04. Austin, Texas, October 2004.

Karahalios, Karrie and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Judith Donath. 2004. Telemurals: Linking Remote Spaces with Social Catalysts. In Proceedings of ACM Computer-Human Interaction 2004. Vienna, Austria

Viégas, Fernanda, Ethan Perry, Judith Donath, and Ethan Howe. 2004. Artifacts of the Presence Era To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition: Visualizing Presence for Posterity. In Proceedings of Siggraph 2004. Los Angeles, CA. August 2004.

Perry, Ethan and Judith Donath. 2004. Anthropomorphic Visualization: A New Approach For Depicting Participants in Online Spaces. In Extended Abstracts of To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition ACM Computer-Human Interaction 2004.

Fiore, Andrew and Judith Donath. 2004. Online Personals: An Overview In Extended Abstracts of ACM Computer-Human Interaction 2004.

Viégas, Fernanda, danah boyd, David H. Nguyen, Jeffrey Potter, and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Judith Donath. Digital Artifacts for Remembering and Storytelling: PostHistory and Social Network Fragments. In Proceedings of HICSS 2004.

Karahalios, Karrie and Judith Donath. 2004. Telemurals: Catalytic Connections for Remote Spaces. In Ubicomp 2003 Adjunct Proceedings To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. Karrie Karahalios and Judith Donath. Ubicomp 2003

Karahalios, Karrie and Judith Donath.2003. Telemurals. In Proceedings of HCII 2003.

Viégas, Fernanda and Judith Donath. 2002. PostHistory: Visualizing Email Networks Over Time. In Proceedings of the International To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Sunbelt Social Network Conference XXII. New Orleans, USA, February 13-17, 2002

boyd, danah, Hyun-Yeul Lee, Daniel Ramage, Judith Donath. 2002. Developing Legible Visualizations for Online Social Spaces. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'02)-Volume 4 . Big Island, Hawaii, January 07 - 10, 2002

Donath, Judith and Fernanda Viegas. 2002. The chat circles series: Explorations in designing abstract graphical communication interfaces. In Proceedings of the conference To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition on Designing interactive systems: processes, practices, methods, and techniques, London, England. June 25-28, 2002.

Donath, Judith. 2001. Mediated Faces. In Proceedings of Cognitive Technology 2001 (invited keynote paper). In proceedings of the 4th International Conference To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, CI 2001, Warwick, UK, August 6-9, 2001.

Dobson, Kelly, danah boyd, Wendy Ju, Judith Donath and Hiroshi Ishii. 2001. Interactive posters: multimodal interaction: Creating visceral personal and social interactions in mediated spaces. CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition in computer systems, Seattle, WA. 31 March-5 April 2001.

Donath, Judith, Dana Spiegel, Matt Lee, Kelly Dobson and Ken Goldberg. 2001. Short talks: virtual collaboration tools: Collaborative tele-directing. CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition in computer systems, Seattle, Washington. 31 March-5 April 2001.

Donath, Judith, Joe Paradiso, Dana Speigel, Danah Beard, Ari Adler, Kai-yuh Suh. 2000. Laser Who. In ACM SIGGRAPH Conference Abstracts. p 86. New Orleans, LA. August 2000.

Donath To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Judith. Karrie Karahalios & Fernanda Viegas. Visiphone. In Proceedings of ICAD 2000. Atlanta, GA. April 2-5, 2000

*Rodenstein, Roy A. and Judith S. Donath. 2000. Talking in circles: designing a spatially-grounded audioconferencing environment To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems

Rodenstein, Roy A. and Judith S. Donath. 2000. Talking in Circles: A spatially-grounded multimodal chat environment. In Proceedings of the 2000 ACM conference To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition on computer supported cooperative work, Philadelphia, PA. December 2-6, 2000.

Rozier, J., Karrie Karahalios, and Judith Donath. 2000. Hear & There: An augmented reality system of linked audio. In Proceedings of the International Conference on To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Auditory Display. Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2000.

Donath, Judith, Karrie Karahalios & Fernanda Viegas. 1999. Visualizing conversations. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS-32). Maui, HI, January 5-8, 1999.

Minar, Nelson and Judith Donath. 1999. Visualizing To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition the crowds at a web site. In CHI '99 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems, Pittsburgh, PA. May 15-20, 1999

Viegas, Fernanda B., Judith S. Donath. 1999. Chat Circles. In Proceedings of the To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems: the CHI is the limit, Pittsburgh, PA. May 15-20, 1999.

Xiong, Rebecca and Judith Donath. 1999. PeopleGarden: creating data portraits for users. In Proceedings of the 12th To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology, Asheville, NC. November 7-10, 1999

Goldberg, Ken, Eric Paulos, John Canny, Judith Donath, and Mark Pauline. 1996. Legal Tender. In ACM SIGGRAPH 96 Visual Proceedings: The To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition art and interdisciplinary programs of SIGGRAPH '96. New Orleans, LA pp 43-44. August 4-9, 1996.

Donath, Judith S. 1995. Visual who: animating the affinities and activities of an electronic community. In Proceedings of the third ACM international conference on To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Multimedia, San Francisco, CA. November 5-9, 1995. (Also available in postscript)

Donath, Judith. 1995. The Electronic Postcard. In ACM SIGGRAPH 95 Visual Proceedings. Los Angeles, CA pg 121.

Donath, Judith. 1995. Structured Video and the Construction To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition of Space. In Proceedings of the IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, San Jose, CA, February 1995.

Donath, Judith and N. Robertson. 1994. The Sociable Web. In proceedings of the Second International To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition WWW Conference. Chicago, IL, October 1994.

Donath, Judith. 1994. Casual Collaboration. In proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, pp. 490-496, Boston, MA. May 1994.

Other Major Publications:

Donath, Judith. 2008. Is reputation To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition obsolete? Harvard University Berkman Center Publius Project.

Donath, Judith. 2008. Technological interventions in everyday interactions. Act/React catalog Milwukee Art Museum.

Offenhuber, Dietmar and Judith Donath. 2008. Comment Flow: Visualizing Communication Along Network Path To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. In Interface Cultures: Artistic Aspects of Interaction (ed. Christa Sommerer, Laurent Mignonneau and Dorothée King). Bielefeld: transcript Verlag.

Lam, Francis, & Donath, Judith. 2006. Anthropomorphic Typography. Paper presented at the CHI Workshop on Social Visualization To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition.

Donath, Judith. 2005. Words as landscape. Paper presented at the CHI Workshop: Beyond Threaded Conversation.

Donath, Judith. 2004. Sociable Media. In (Bainbridge, W.S. Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction. Great To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group.

Donath, Judith. 2004. Artificial pets: Simple behaviors elicit complex attachments. In (Bekoff, M. Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Donath, Judith. 2004. Review of Christopher Lueg and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Danyel Fisher (eds) From Usenet to CoWebs. In New Media & Society 6(3).

Karahalios, Karrie and Judith Donath. 2003. Scale, Form, and Time: creating connected sociable spaces. Intimate Ubiquitous Computing Workshop. Ubicomp 2003.

Donath To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Judith, Hyun-Yeul Lee, danah boyd, and Jonathan Goler. 2001. Loom2: Intuitively visualizing usenet. Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW2000), Dealing with Community Data Workshop. Philadelphia, PA, December 2 - 6, 2000.

Chiou, Ta-gang and Judith To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Donath. 2000. Inferring sub-culture hierarchies based on object diffusion on the World Wide Web. In Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, 10-13 April 2000, Taipei, Taiwan.

Bruckman, Amy, Judith Donath To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Thomas Erickson, Wendy Kellogg and Barry Wellman. 1999. Research issues in the design of online communities. SIGCHI Bulletin, Vol 31, no 4, October 1999, pp. 23-25

Donath, Judith. 1996. Inhabiting the Virtual City: The Design of Social Environments To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition for Electronic Communities MIT Media Lab Ph.D thesis.

Donath, Judith. 1995. Sociable Information Spaces. Second IEEE International Workshop on Community Networking, Princeton, NJ, June 20-22, 1995.

Invited Lectures and Seminars:

Closing keynote, New To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Media Days, Nov 10, 2010, "Visible walls: Designs for privacy and public space online", Copenhagen, Denmark.

"Signaling online: The economics of honesty in the mediated world", Information Science Colloquium, Oct 27, 2010. Cornell University.

"Signals in Social To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Supernets", IEL, Harvard, August 3, 2010

"Data Portraits", SIGGRAPH art paper. July 27, 2010. Los Angeles, CA

"Data Portraits", University of Linz, July 13, 2010

"Signaling online", European Science Days, July 11-15. Steyr, Austria.

"The economics of honesty: Human To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition signaling, from fashion to Facebook ", Microsoft, June 23, 2010, Cambridge, MA

"Data Bodies / Data Portraits", Boston CHI, June 8, 2010. Waltham, MA.

"The Future of Books", on exhibit at Berkeley Center for New Media. Opening and talk To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Monday April 19, 2010. Berkeley, CA

"Interiority", @ Inside/Out: Exploring Gender and Space in Life, Culture, and Art , Friday April 16, 2010. Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA.Future of the Forum Conference, panel: The state of the forum, Dec 5, 2009. Berkeley To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, CA

Berkman Cooperation Seminar, Nov 22, 2009. “Human signaling: Competition and cooperation in everyday communication”, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Summit Conference, Oct 2, 2009. “Far from frivolous: Fashion in the networked community”. Cambridge, MA.

Pew Research To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Center, June 29, 2009. “Information fashion, data, and identity”. Washington, DC.

Summer Research Institute seminar series, EPFL, June 22, 2009. “Signals, Truth and Design”, Lausanne, Switzerland

MIT Museum, panel: Surveillance and Privacy. May 6, 2009.

Politics Online, panel To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition: Evolution and Revolution. April 20, 2009, Washington, D.C.

Mass College of Art, Media Tech Tonic series, April 15, 2009, “Connections and the work of the Sociable Media Group”,

MIT Museum, April 7, 2009. “Data Portraits”, Cambridge, MA

South by To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Southwest, panel: Privacy. March 14, 2009. Austin, TX

MIT Museum, March 12, 2009. “Making Connections”, Cambridge, MA

Chais Conference on Instructional Technology Research 2009, Feb 18, 2009 Keynote talk: “Cognitive Faces, Fashion and Facebook: Understanding Social Signals in Online Communication”, Raanana, Israel

Chais To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Center, Feb 16, 2009. “Visible Interactions: The Design of Sociable Media”, Raanana, Israel

Evolutionary psychology seminar series, Oxford University, Jan 13, 2009. “Hyperfashion and Supernets: Social Signals in the Online World”, Oxford, UK.

Communication Futures conference, MIT To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Oct 24, 2009. “Are social networks safety nets?”, Cambridge, MA.

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Oct 2, 2009. “Faces, fashion and Facebook: Understanding social signals in online communication”. Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Meaning of Consumption conference, Cornell To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition University, Aug 14, 2009, Ithaca, NY

2008 Int’l Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems, May 19 - 23, 2008, Keynote talk: “What is Real? Signals of Truth and Identity in Fashion, Networks & Faces” , Irvine, California

Stanford Law School, Feb 11, 2008, “Virtual Design and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Trustworthy Signals”, Palo Alto, CA.

Harvard Berkman Center, Feb 5, 2008, “Designing Society”, Cambridge, MA

Highlands Forum XXXIII, Oct 16, 2007. “Virtually Trustworthy”, Charlottesville, VA

University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Design and To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Media Arts, Oct 9, 2007. “Legibility and Abstraction”, Los Angeles, CA. (host: Rebecca Allen)

University of Southern California, Annenberg Program for Online Communities Speaker Series, Oct. 8, 2007. “Virtually trustworthy: Signaling intention and identity in online communication”, Los To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Angeles, CA. (hosts: Peter Monge, Janet Fulk)

3rd International Conference on Communities and Technologies, Keynote lecture, June 30, 2007. “Agents and Faces: The Reliability of Online Signals”, East Lansing, MI.

IEEE International Conference To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition on Portable Information Devices, Keynote lecture, Mar 26, 2007. “Portable Identity: The Social Life of Information-Augmented Humans”, Orlando, FL.

TTI Vanguard, Feb. 22, 2007. “Identity and Trust”, Dallas, TX.

National Academies CSTB panel, Jan 11, 2007. “Social To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Networking”, Mountain View, CA.

Гугл Tech Series, Jan 11, 2007. “Signals, Truth and Design – Information and Fashion”, Mountain View, CA.

Gulbenkian colloquium on Dualism, Nov 3, 2006. “The Imperfect Observer”, Binghamton, NY. (host: Immanuel Wallerstein To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition)

Rhode Island School of Design, Digital+Media Lecture, Oct 26, 2007. “Sociable Art”. (host: Christiane Paul)

Яху Research, Sept 29, 2006. “Signals, Truth and Design”, Sunnyvale, CA. (host: Joy Mountford)

University of California at Berkeley, School of Information To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Distinguished Lecture, Sept 27, 2006. “Signals, Truth and Design”, Berkeley, CA.

Microsoft, Social Computing Symposium, May 8, 2006. "Social Agents for Self-presentation", Redmond, WA.

Gruter/Berkman Digital Institutions Conference. Harvard Law School, May 3, 2006. "Social Signaling To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition", Cambridge, MA.

Boston Museum of Science, May 1, 2006. "Socially Augmented Humans", Boston, MA.

The Franklin Institute, Symposium honoring Don Norman, Apr 27, 2006. "The social life of machines", Philadelphia, PA.

American Statistical Association Meeting To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. August 8, 2005. “Mapping Social Landscapes”, Minneapolis, MN.

IBM Watson Research Center. June 22, 2005. “Sociable Media 2005 (and beyond)”,

NELINET keynote. May 6, 2005. “Social Augmentation”, Wooster, MA.

Chelsea Art Museum, Information Esthetics Lecture Series. April 21, 2005. “Social Computing”, New York To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, NY. (host: W. Bradford Paley)

Яху Research, Sociable Media & Tagging Roundtable. April 1, 2005. “Sociable Media”, Sunnyvale, MA.

University of California at Santa Cruz. March 31, 2005. “Sociable Media”. (host: Warren Sack)

Harvard Law To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition School, Gruter Institute and Berkman Center Roundtable Series. “Signaling reputation”.

Harvard Law School, Berkman Center. February 3, 2005. panel on “Robot Stories”.

Kennedy School of Government, Blogging, Journalism and Credibility Conference. January 21, 2005. “Signals of credibility”.

Harvard To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Law School, Gruter Institute and Berkman Center Roundtable Series. October 13, 2004. “Honest Signaling and Other Strategies for Building Reliability and Trust on the Internet”.

University of Maryland, Human-Computer Interaction Lab. Sept 21, 2004. “Visualizing To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Email”. (host Ben Shneiderman)

ACM CHI, April 26, 2004. “Scientists, designers seek same for good conversation: A workshop on online dating” (workshop organizer, with A. Fiore and J. Frost), Vienna, Austria.

Microsoft Research, Social To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Computing Seminar, March 29, 2004. “Identity assessment in online dating”

University of Umea HUMlab, Dynamic Maps Workshop, Sept 17-18, 2003: “Social Visualization” and “Identity”, Umea, Sweden

MIT, Initiative on Technology and Self, Evocative To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Lunch Series: “Virtual Travel: 1964 Форд Falcon” (host Sherry Turkle)

Berkeley Intel Labs, January 2003: “Sociable Media 2003” (host: Eric Paulos)

Stanford HCI, January 2003: “Sociable media for real and virtual spaces” (host: Terry Winograd)

Beall Center, January 2003: “Id To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition/Entity”

Harvard Law School, Berkman Center Colloquium, Nov 4, 2002. “Mediated Faces” (host Yochai Benkler, William Fisher and Jonathan Zittrain)

Pop!Tech, October 2002: “Mediated Identity”, Camden, Maine.

University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, September To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition 2002 (tele-lecture): “Theories in the study of computer mediated communication”.

Cyberpsychology Colloquium, Brandeis University, September 2002, “Interactions with the Not Quite Human Other” (host: Harvey Waxman)

Living Surfaces, Cambridge, MA May 2002: “Intuitive To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition visualization”

CHI 2002 Workshop on Discourse Architectures, April 2002, “Participants, Topics, Circles, Boxes, and Pages”.

Rutgers Symposium on Self and Identity: “The Not Quite Human Other”.

Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, September, 2000: “Designing Sociable Media To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition” (host: Jeffrey Huang)

Cognitive Technology 2001, University of Warwick, August, 2001: Keynote talk. “Mediated Faces”

Art Center College of Design, June, 2000: “Designing Sociable Media” (host Peter Lunenfeld)

UCLA, Department of Design and Media To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Arts , June, 2000: “Designing Sociable Media” (host Victoria Vesna)

Opera Totale, Venice, Italy, November 1999: “Visual Who (plus live demo)”

University of Art and Design, Helsinki, Finland (tele-lecture) “Designs for Identity To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition”

Yale University, Digital Media Center for the Arts, October 1999: “Designing Sociable Media” (host Natalie Jeremijenko)

Women in Technology International, Keynote, September 1999: “Designing Sociable Media”, Boston, MA.

AT&T Research, Florham Park, NJ. July 1999: “Visualizing To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition Conversations” (host: Loren Terveen)

Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA. May 1999: Panel on “The Next Refugee”

UC Berkeley, Human Centered Computing Seminar. April, 1999: “Visualizing Conversations” (host: John Canny)

University of Michigan, CREW seminar To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. March, 1999: “Sociable Media”

Microsoft Research. Seattle, Washington. November 1998: “Sociable Media”

CSCW '98. Seattle, Washington. November 1998: Panel “Does the Internet reduce sociability?”

Dentsu. Tokyo, Japan. October 1998: “Sociable Media”

Wearables 2010. Bunka Fashion College. Tokyo, Japan To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition. October 1998: Keynote, "Wearable Modes".

American Political Science Association. Boston, MA. September 1998. Panel: “Virtual Communities”

Sonera. Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland, June 1998: “Tele-Identity” and “Sociable Media”

Lotus Research. Cambridge, MA, January 1998: “Sociable Media Group To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition research”.

Women, Work, and Computerization. Bonn, Germany, May 1997: “Identity and design.”

CSCW 96. Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1996. Panel: “Avatars”

Doors of Perception 4 (Speed), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 1996. “The velocity of fashion”

Ciber@RT'96, Valencia To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition, Spain, November 1996: “Virtual identity & deception”

ISEA 96, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, October 1996: “Website design”

DEAF 96, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, October 1996: “Legal Tender”

Stanford Seminar on People, Computers, and Design. Stanford, CA. November 1995: “Identity To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition in virtual communities” (host Terry Winograd)

Workshop on WWW and Collaboration Cambridge, MA, September 11-12, 1995 “WebTalk: Hosting live conferences on the Web”.

Index Vanguard Geneva, Switzerland, June 1995. “On-line Identity”

4 Cyberconf, Banff, Canada, May, 1994: “Identity To understand how technology transforms society and to use this knowledge to create innovative designs and to develop new insights into the human condition and deception in the Virtual World”


* Outgrowth of supervised thesis

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