"Appropriately Valuing Interdisciplinary Research between Computer Science, Creativity, and the Arts"—a talk by Celine Latulipe

Friday, August 24, 2018 - 3:30pm
40 Schaeffer Hall
20 E. Washington St.
Iowa City, IA 52242

Dr. Celine Latulipe, Professor in the Department of Software & Information Systems at the University of North Carolina, will present the first colloquium talk of the year in the UI Computer Science Colloquium series. Dr. Latulipe's talk is titled "Appropriately Valuing Interdisciplinary Research between Computer Science, Creativity, and the Arts."

This event is encouraged for people with interests in public digital arts, including people in the sciences and arts, but the general public is welcome to attend as well. 

Dr. Celine Latulipe is a Professor in the Department of Software and Information Systems in the College of Computing and Informatics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her research involves developing and evaluating novel interaction techniques, creativity and collaboration support tools and technologies to support the arts, and developing innovation computer science curriculum design patterns. Dr. Latulipe examines issues of how to support expression and exploration in complex interfaces and how interaction affordances impact satisficing behavior. She also conducts research into how to make computer science education a more social experience, both as a way of more deeply engaging students and as an approach to broadening participation in a field that lacks gender and racial diversity.

Hosted by the UI Department of Computer Science with support from the Obermann Center. Free and open to all.