Open House + Lunch

12:00 pm to 1:45 pm

Lunch served in DBH 6011 foyer at 12:00.  Take your lunch and eat at the location of your choice.

Open House begins at 12:30!

Attendees will be able to:

  • See demonstrations and posters.
  • Meet with faculty and students.
  • Learn about current research projects.

Come see what's going on at ISR!


Preliminary list of participants:

Spider Lab
Prof. James A. Jones

The Spider Lab creates techniques for offering automatic recommendations for common software-maintence tasks.


Personalization and Privacy Lab
Prof.  Alfred Kobsa

The personalization and privacy lab conducts research on tailoring human-computer interaction to the needs of each individual user, and on reconciling the benefits that personalization provides with the privacy concerns that it evokes.

  • "The Effect of Sensory Stimuli on the Performance of Security-Critical Tasks" (poster)
    Bruce Berg (Dept. of Cognitive Sciences), Tyler Michael Kaczmarek (Dept. of Computer Science), Alfred Kobsa (Dept. of Computer Science and Dept. of Informatics), and Gene Tsudik (Dept. of Computer Science)
  • "Cross-Cultural Privacy Prediction" (poster)
    Yao Li (UC Irvine), Bart P. Knijnenburg (Clemson University), Alfred Kobsa (UC Irvine), and M-H. Carolyn Nguyen (Microsoft Corporation)


The Mondego Group 
Prof. Crista Videira Lopes

Theme: Software Systems in the Large

The Mondego group conducts research in large systems and large data.


Software Engineering and Analysis Lab (SEAL)
Prof. Sam Malek

The Software Engineering and Analysis Lab (SEAL) is broadly engaged in research to automate the software engineering activities, thereby improving the developer productivity as well as the quality of the resulting software.

  • "Advancing Energy Testing in Mobile Applications" (poster)
    Reyhaneh Jabbarvand and Sam Malek



Prof. Gloria Mark's Research  Group

Prof. Mark's group studies what is known as social computing: studying how individuals, groups, society and technology mutually influence each other. They are particularly interested in studying how information technology use affects multi-tasking, attention, mood, and above all, stress.


Prof. David Redmiles

The Collaboration Research in Action, Design, and Learning Laboratory (CRADL) employs an interdisciplinary approach to research phenomena in human collaborative activity. We primarily study collaborative work, and, particularly, software engineering.



Software Design and Collaboration Laboratory
Prof. André van der Hoek

The Software Design and Collaboration Laboratory focuses on understanding and advancing the roles of design, collaboration, and education in software development.