Recent News

Congratulations to Majeed Kazemitabaar who successfully defended his MS thesis entitled "MakerWear: A Tangible Construction Kit for Young Children to Create Interactive Wearables" on Aug 4, 2017 and just submitted the final thesis today. Woohoo! Majeed now plans to return to Iran and work at a startup. We wish him all the best!

Excited to announce that Matt Mauriello and his team had their temporal thermography poster accepted to this year's ACM Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp 2017). In addition to the poster, Matt also had his work accepted into the Doctoral Colloquium. Congratulations and keep up the good work!

After five wonderful years at the University of Maryland, I have decided to (re)join the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering as an Associate Professor. This was not an easy decision. I feel extremely fortunate to have started my faculty career at UMD. I felt great support from the CS department to pursue high-risk, cross-disciplinary projects, benefited greatly from the advice and mentorship of senior faculty, and enjoyed many collaborations. The HCIL--which was a tremendous draw for me originally--provided a wonderfully creative space and supportive colleagues across disciplines to grow and foster my research agenda and students. I will look back at this time fondly.

We are super happy and excited to announce that the Makeability Lab's first PhD student, Dr. Kotaro Hara, has an accepted a tenure track assistant professor position in the School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University starting Fall 2017. Congratulations Professor Hara!

Our local CBS affiliate in Washington DC, WUSA9, just ran a nice news story on the HandSight project. Check it out here. Wait for the end where the news anchor team says "Those Terps are just doing genius things" and "I'm not surprised that's from UMD" and "Shreddin' it. I love it!" :-)

Publications

TouchCam: Realtime Recognition of Location-Specific On-Body Gestures to Support Users with Visual Impairments

Lee Stearns  Uran Oh  Leah Findlater  Jon E. Froehlich 

ACM IMWUT December 2017

Recognizing Clothing Colors and Visual Textures Using a Finger-Mounted Camera: An Initial Investigation

Alexander Medeiros  Lee Stearns  Chuan Chen  Leah Findlater  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ASSETS 2017

Augmented Reality Magnification for Low Vision Users with the Microsoft Hololens and a Finger-Worn Camera

Lee Stearns  Victor De Souza  Jessica Yin  Leah Findlater  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ASSETS 2017

Investigating Microinteractions for People With Visual Impairments and the Potential Role of on-Body Interaction

Uran Oh  Lee Stearns  Alisha Pradhan  Jon E. Froehlich  Leah Findlater 

Proceedings of ASSETS 2017

A Temporal Thermography System for Supporting Longitudinal Building Energy Audits

Matthew L Mauriello  Jonah Chazan  Jamie H Gilkeson  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of Ubicomp 2017

Early Explorations of Deformable Interactive Designs with 3D-Printed Springs

Liang He  Joshua Land  Huaishu Peng  Mark Fuge  Jon E. Froehlich 

SCF 2017

Exploring Novice Approaches to Smartphone-based Thermographic Energy Auditing: A Field Study

Matthew L Mauriello  Manaswi Saha  Erica Brown  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI2017

MakerWear: A Tangible Approach to Interactive Wearable Creation for Children

Majeed Kazemitabaar  Jason McPeak  Alex Jiao  Liang He  Thomas Outing  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2017

SqueezaPulse: Adding Interactive Input to Fabricated Objects Using Corrugated Tubes and Air Pulses

Liang He  Gierad Laput  Eric Brockmeyer  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of TEI'17

Localization of Skin Features on the Hand and Wrist From Small Image Patches

Lee Stearns  Uran Oh  Bridget Cheng  Leah Findlater  David Ross  Rama Chellappa  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ICPR 2016

Evaluating Haptic and Auditory Directional Guidance to Assist Blind People in Reading Printed Text Using Finger-Mounted Cameras

Lee Stearns  Ruofei Du  Uran Oh  Catherine Jou  Leah Findlater  David Ross  Jon E. Froehlich 

ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 2016

“That's Your Heart!”: Live Physiological Sensing & Visualization Tools for Life-Relevant & Collaborative STEM Learning

Leyla Norooz  Tamara L. Clegg  Seokbin Kang  Angelisa Plane  Vanessa Oguamanam  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ICLS 2016

SharedPhys: Live Physiological Sensing, Whole-Body Interaction, and Large-Screen Visualizations to Support Shared Inquiry Experiences

Seokbin Kang  Leyla Norooz  Vanessa Oguamanam  Angelisa Plane  Tamara L. Clegg  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of IDC 2016

Evaluating Angular Accuracy of Wrist-based Haptic Directional Guidance for Hand Movement

Jonggi Hong  Lee Stearns  Tony Cheng  Jon E. Froehlich  David Ross  Leah Findlater 

Proceedings of GI 2016

ReWear: Early Explorations of a Modular Wearable Construction Kit for Young Children

Majeed Kazemitabaar  Liang He  Katie Wang  Chloe Aloimonos  Tony Cheng  Jon E. Froehlich 

CHI '16 Extended Abstracts

The Future Role of Thermography in Human-Building Interaction

Matthew L Mauriello  Matthew Dahlhausen  Erica Brown  Manaswi Saha  Jon E. Froehlich 

CHI 2016 Workshop: Future of Human-Building Interaction

The Design of Assistive Location-based Technologies for People with Ambulatory Disabilities: A Formative Study

Kotaro Hara  Christine Chan  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2016

Characterizing and Visualizing Physical World Accessibility at Scale Using Crowdsourcing, Computer Vision, and Machine Learning

Kotaro Hara  Jon E. Froehlich 

SIGACCESS Newsletter '15

Supporting Everyday Activities for Persons with Visual Impairments Through Computer Vision-Augmented Touch

Leah Findlater  Lee Stearns  Ruofei Du  Uran Oh  David Ross  Rama Chellappa  Jon E. Froehlich 

Poster Proceedings of ASSETS 2015

MakerShoe: Towards an E-Textile Construction Kit to Support Creativity, Playful Making, and Self-Expression

Majeed Kazemitabaar  Leyla Norooz  Mona Leigh Guha  Jon E. Froehlich 

IDC '15 Extended Abstracts

BodyVis: A New Approach to Body Learning Through Wearable Sensing and Visualization

Leyla Norooz  Matthew L Mauriello  Anita Jorgensen  Brenna McNally  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2015

Head-Mounted Display Visualizations to Support Sound Awareness for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Dhruv Jain  Leah Findlater  Jamie H Gilkeson  Benjamin Holland  Ramani Duraiswami  Dmitry Zotkin  Christian Volger  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2015

AtmoSPHERE: Representing Space and Movement Using Sand Traces in an Interactive Zen Garden

Ruofei Du  Kent Wills  Max Potasznik  Jon E. Froehlich 

CHI '15 Extended Abstracts

"I Like This Shirt": Exploring the Translation of Social Mechanisms in the Virtual World into Physical Experiences

Ladan Najafizadeh  Seokbin Kang  Jon E. Froehlich 

CHI '15 Extended Abstracts

Understanding the Role of Thermography in Energy Auditing: Current Practices and the Potential for Automated Solutions

Matthew L Mauriello  Leyla Norooz  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2015

Improving Public Transit Accessibility for Blind Riders by Crowdsourcing Bus Stop Landmark Locations with Google Street View: An Extended Analysis

Kotaro Hara  Shiri Azenkot  Megan Campbell  Cynthia Bennett  Vicki Le  Sean Pannella  Robert Moore  Kelly Minckler  Rochelle Ng  Jon E. Froehlich 

ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 2015

Gamifying Green: Gamification and Environmental Sustainability

Jon E. Froehlich 

The Gameful World

Tohme: Detecting Curb Ramps in Google Street View Using Crowdsourcing, Computer Vision, and Machine Learning

Kotaro Hara  Jin Sun  Robert Moore  David Jacobs  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of UIST 2014

Disasters in Personal Informatics: The Unpublished Stories of Failure and Lessons Learned

Jon E. Froehlich  Matthew Kay  Jakob Eg Larsen  Edison Thomaz 

UbiComp2014 Workshop: Disasters in Personal Informatics: The Unpublished Stories of Failure and Lessons Learned

The Design and Preliminary Evaluation of a Finger-Mounted Camera and Feedback System to Enable Reading of Printed Text for the Blind

Lee Stearns  Ruofei Du  Uran Oh  Yumeng Wang  Rama Chellappa  Leah Findlater  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ACVR 2014

Towards Automated Thermal Profiling of Buildings at Scale Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and 3D-Reconstruction

Matthew L Mauriello  Jon E. Froehlich 

Poster Proceedings of UbiComp 2014

Physically Computing Physical Computing: Creative Tools for Building with Physical Materials and Computation

Michael Gubbels  Jon E. Froehlich 

IDC '14 Extended Abstracts

Social Fabric Fitness: The Design and Evaluation of Wearable E-Textile Displays to Support Group Running

Matthew L Mauriello  Michael Gubbels  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2014

An Initial Study of Automatic Curb Ramp Detection with Crowdsourced Verification using Google Street View Images

Kotaro Hara  Jin Sun  Jonah Chazan  David Jacobs  Jon E. Froehlich 

Poster Proceedings of HCOMP 2013

Surveying the Accessibility of Touchscreen Games for Persons with Motor Impairments: A Preliminary Analysis

Yoojin Kim  Nitaben Sutreja  Jon E. Froehlich  Leah Findlater 

Poster Proceedings of ASSETS 2013

Improving Public Transit Accessibility for Blind Riders by Crowdsourcing Bus Stop Landmark Locations with Google Street View

Kotaro Hara  Shiri Azenkot  Megan Campbell  Cynthia Bennett  Vicki Le  Sean Pannella  Robert Moore  Kelly Minckler  Rochelle Ng  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of ASSETS 2013

Exploring Early Designs for Teaching Anatomy and Physiology to Children Using Wearable E-Textiles

Leyla Norooz  Jon E. Froehlich 

IDC '13 Extended Abstracts

Exploring Early Solutions for Automatically Identifying Inaccessible Sidewalks in the Physical World using Google Street View

Kotaro Hara  Victoria Le  Jin Sun  David Jacobs  Jon E. Froehlich 

HCIC2013 Workshop

Age-Related Differences in Performance with Touchscreens Compared to Traditional Mouse Input

Leah Findlater  Jon E. Froehlich  Kays Fattal  Jacob Wobbrock  Tanya Dastyar 

Proceedings of CHI 2013

Combining Crowdsourcing and Google Street View to Identify Street-level Accessibility Problems

Kotaro Hara  Victoria Le  Jon E. Froehlich 

Proceedings of CHI 2013

Mind the Theoretical Gap: Interpreting, Using, and Developing Behavioral Theory in HCI Research

Eric Hekler  Predrag Klasnja  Jon E. Froehlich  Matthew Buman 

Proceedings of CHI 2013

Bear-With-Me: An Embodied Prototype to Explore Tangible Two-Way Exchanges of Emotional Language

Allan Fong  Zahra Ashktorab  Jon E. Froehlich 

CHI '13 Extended Abstracts

Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness

Ian Li  Jon E. Froehlich  Jakob Eg Larsen  Catherine Grevet  Ernesto Ramirez 

CHI2013 Workshop: Personal Informatics in the Wild: Hacking Habits for Health & Happiness

Individuals Among Commuters: Building Personalised Transport Information Services from Fare Collection Systems

Neal Lathia  Chris Smith  Jon E. Froehlich  Licia Capra 

Pervasive and Mobile Computing (PMC) 2012

A feasibility study of crowdsourcing and google street view to determine sidewalk accessibility

Kotaro Hara  Victoria Le  Jon E. Froehlich 

Poster Proceedings of ASSETS 2012

Personal Informatics in Practice: Improving Quality of Life Through Data

Ian Li  Yevgeniy Medynskiy  Jon E. Froehlich  Jakob Eg Larsen 

CHI2012 Workshop: Personal Informatics in Practice: Improving Quality of Life Through Data

The Design and Evaluation of Prototype Eco-Feedback Displays for Fixture-Level Water Usage Data

Jon E. Froehlich  Leah Findlater  Marilyn Ostergren  Solai Ramanathan  Josh Peterson  Inness Wragg  Eric Larson  Fabia Fu  Mazhengmin Bai  Shwetak Patel  James Landay 

Proceedings of CHI 2012

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmental Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich 

University of Washington Doctoral Dissertation 2011

A Longitudinal Study of Pressure Sensing to Infer Real-World Water Usage Events in the Home

Jon E. Froehlich  Eric Larson  Elliot Saba  Tim Campbell  Les Atlas  James Fogarty  Shwetak Patel 

Proceedings of Pervasive 2011

CHI 2011 sustainability community invited panel: challenges ahead

Azam Khan  Lyn Bartram  Eli Blevis  Carl DiSalvo  Jon E. Froehlich  Gordon Kurtenbach 

CHI '11 Extended Abstracts

Ability-Based Design: Concept, Principles and Examples

Jacob Wobbrock  Shaun K. Kane  Krzysztof Z. Gajos  Susumu Harada  Jon E. Froehlich 

ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 2011

Disaggregated End-Use Energy Sensing for the Smart Grid

Jon E. Froehlich  Eric Larson  Sidhant Gupta  Gabe Cohn  Matthew S. Reynolds  Shwetak Patel 

IEEE Pervasive Computing 2011

Mining Public Transport Usage for Personalised Intelligent Transport Systems

Neal Lathia  Jon E. Froehlich  Licia Capra 

Proceedings of ICDM 2010

WATTr: a method for self-powered wireless sensing of water activity in the home

Tim Campbell  Eric Larson  Gabe Cohn  Jon E. Froehlich  Ramses Alcaide  Shwetak Patel 

Proceedings of UbiComp 2010

Disaggregated water sensing from a single, pressure-based sensor: An extended analysis of HydroSense using staged experiments

Eric Larson  Jon E. Froehlich  Tim Campbell  Conor Haggerty  Les Atlas  James Fogarty  Shwetak Patel 

Pervasive and Mobile Computing (PMC) 2010

Going Home for Data: In-Home Sensing for e-Science

Jon E. Froehlich 

Microsoft Environmental Research Workshop 2010

Exploring the Cross-Cultural Effects of Feedback for Pro-Environmental Behavior Change

Chen Zhao  Jon E. Froehlich  James Landay 

Microsoft Environmental Research Workshop 2010

GasSense: Appliance-Level, Single-Point Sensing of Gas Activity in the Home

Gabe Cohn  Sidhant Gupta  Jon E. Froehlich  Eric Larson  Shwetak Patel 

Proceedings of Pervasive 2010

The design of eco-feedback technology

Jon E. Froehlich  Leah Findlater  James Landay 

Proceedings of CHI 2010

Understanding and Motivating Shared Bicycling Users

Jon E. Froehlich  Joachim Neumann  Nuria Oliver 

Poster Proceedings of BECC 2009

Where Does Your Water Go? HydroSense Knows.

Jon E. Froehlich  Eric Larson  Tim Campbell  Conor Haggerty  James Fogarty  Shwetak Patel 

Poster Proceedings of BECC 2009

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich 

Extended Proceedings of UbiComp 2009

HydroSense: infrastructure-mediated single-point sensing of whole-home water activity

Jon E. Froehlich  Eric Larson  Tim Campbell  Conor Haggerty  James Fogarty  Shwetak Patel 

Proceedings of Ubicomp 2009

Mobile Living Labs 09: Methods and Tools for Evaluation in the Wild

Henri ter Hofte  Kasper L. Jensen  Petteri Nurmi  Jon E. Froehlich 

MobileHCI2009 Workshop: Mobile Living Labs 09: Methods and Tools for Evaluation in the Wild

Sensing and predicting the pulse of the city through shared bicycling

Jon E. Froehlich  Joachim Neumann  Nuria Oliver 

Proceedings of IJCAI 2009

UbiGreen: investigating a mobile tool for tracking and supporting green transportation habits

Jon E. Froehlich  Tawanna Dillahunt  Predrag Klasnja  Jennifer Mankoff  Sunny Consolvo  Beverly Harrison  James Landay 

Proceedings of CHI 2009

Sensing Opportunities for Personalized Feedback Technology to Reduce Consumption

Jon E. Froehlich  Katherine Everitt  James Fogarty  James Landay 

CHI2009 Workshop: Defining the Role of HCI in the Challenges of Sustainability

Promoting Energy Efficient Behaviors in the Home through Feedback: The Role of Human-Computer Interaction

Jon E. Froehlich 

HCIC2009 Winter Workshop

Measuring the Pulse of the City through Shared Bicycle Programs

Jon E. Froehlich  Joachim Neumann  Nuria Oliver 

SensSys2008 Workshop: Urban, Community, and Social Applications of Networked Sensing Systems (UrbanSense)

Using wearable sensors and real time inference to understand human recall of routine activities

Predrag Klasnja  Beverly Harrison  Louis LeGrand  Anthony LaMarca  Jon E. Froehlich  Scott E. Hudson 

Proceedings of UbiComp 2008

Flowers or a robot army?: encouraging awareness and activity with personal, mobile displays

Sunny Consolvo  Predrag Klasnja  David W. McDonald  Daniel Avrahami  Jon E. Froehlich  Louis LeGrand  Ryan Libby  Keith Mosher  James Landay 

Proceedings of UbiComp 2008

Route Prediction from Trip Observations

Jon E. Froehlich  John Krumm 

Proceedings of SAE 2008

iLearn on the iPhone: Real-Time Human Activity Classification on Commodity Mobile Phones

T. Scott Saponas  Jonathan Lester  Jon E. Froehlich  James, Fogarty  James Landay 

University of Washington CSE Tech Report UW-CSE-08-04-02

Activity sensing in the wild: a field trial of ubifit garden

Sunny Consolvo  David W. McDonald  Tammy Toscos  Mike Y. Chen  Jon E. Froehlich  Beverly Harrison  Predrag Klasnja  Anthony LaMarca  Louis LeGrand  Ryan Libby  Ian Smith  James Landay 

Proceedings of CHI 2008

Conducting In Situ Evaluations for and With Ubiquitous Computing Technologies

Sunny Consolvo  Beverly Harrison  Ian Smith  Mike Y. Chen  Katherine Everitt  Jon E. Froehlich  James Landay 

International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 2007

Barrier pointing: using physical edges to assist target acquisition on mobile device touch screens

Jon E. Froehlich  Jacob Wobbrock  Shaun K. Kane 

Proceedings of ASSETS 2007

MyExperience: a system for in situ tracing and capturing of user feedback on mobile phones

Jon E. Froehlich  Mike Y. Chen  Sunny Consolvo  Beverly Harrison  James Landay 

Proceedings of MobiSys 2007

Voting with Your Feet: An Investigative Study of the Relationship Between Place Visit Behavior and Preference

Jon E. Froehlich  Mike Y. Chen  Ian Smith  Fred Potter 

Proceedings of UbiComp 2006

Are GSM phones THE solution for localization

Alex Varshavsky  Mike Y. Chen  Jon E. Froehlich  Dirk Haehnel  Jeffrey Hightower  Anthony Lamarca  Fred Potter  Timothy Sohn  Karen Tang  Ian Smith 

Proceedings of WMCSA 2006

An Overview of In Situ Self Report and the MyExperience Tool

Jon E. Froehlich  Mike Y. Chen  Sunny Consolvo  Beverly Harrison  James Landay 

Unpublished

WalkSAT as an Informed Heuristic to DPLL in SAT Solving

Brian Ferris  Jon E. Froehlich 

Artificial Intelligence Graduate Course taught by Professor Dan Weld 2005

Seeking the source: software source code as a social and technical artifact

Cleidson de Souza  Jon E. Froehlich  Paul Dourish 

Proceedings of GROUP 2005

Unifying Artifacts and Activities in a Visual Tool for Distributed Software Teams

Jon E. Froehlich 

University of California Masters Thesis 2004

Unifying Artifacts and Activities in a Visual Tool for Distributed Software Development Teams

Jon E. Froehlich  Paul Dourish 

Proceedings of ICSE 2004

Talks

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

April 6, 2017 LTS Auditorium, College Park, MD

Transforming STEM Learning Through Wearables

Jon E. Froehlich

April 4, 2017 University of Maryland, College Park

Social Fabrics: Designing Wearable Electronics Textiles for Interaction, Introspection, and Inquiry

Jon E. Froehlich

Aug. 10, 2016 College Park, Maryland

MakerWear: Early Explorations of Wearable Construction Kits for Children

Jon E. Froehlich Majeed Kazemitabaar

May 26, 2016 College Park, Maryland

Social Fabrics: Designing Wearable Electronics Textiles for Interaction, Introspection, and Inquiry

Jon E. Froehlich

May 12, 2016 College Park, Maryland

Social Fabrics: Designing Wearable Electronics Textiles for Interaction, Introspection, and Inquiry

Jon E. Froehlich

May 28, 2015 College Park, Maryland

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

March 24, 2015 Emmanuel College, Cambridge University

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

March 18, 2015 Washington DC

Characterizing Physical World Accessibility at Scale Using Crowdsourcing, Computer Vision, and Machine Learning

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 29, 2014 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Social Fabrics: Designing Wearable Electronics Textiles for Interaction, Introspection, and Inquiry

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 22, 2014 College Park, Maryland

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 17, 2014 College Park, Maryland

Social Fabrics: Designing Wearable Electronics Textiles for Interaction, Introspection, and Inquiry

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 16, 2014 Washington DC

Making in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL)

Jon E. Froehlich

May 29, 2014 College Park, Maryland

Making+Health: Social Fabric Fitness

Jon E. Froehlich

April 21, 2014 Indiana University (via Skype)

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

March 27, 2014 College Park, Maryland

Making in the HCIL

Jon E. Froehlich

March 24, 2014 College Park, Maryland

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 12, 2014 Fairfax, Virginia

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Dec. 10, 2013 Evanston, Illionois

Go Mobile! Designing Accessible Mobile Experiences

Leah Findlater Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 8, 2013 Washington DC

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 1, 2013 College Park, MD

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 25, 2013 College Park, MD

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 4, 2013 College Park, MD

Making with a Social Purpose

Jon E. Froehlich

Sept. 29, 2013 Silver Spring, MD

If You Build It, They Will Come: Reflecting on the Successes (and Failures) of Building the HCIL Hackerspace

Jon E. Froehlich

Sept. 12, 2013 College Park, MD

If You Build It, They Will Come: Reflecting on the Successes (and Failures) of Building a Collaborative Workspace to Support Creativity, Experimentation, and Making

Jon E. Froehlich

July 30, 2013 College Park, MD

Gamifying Green

Jon E. Froehlich

May 22, 2013 College Park, Maryland

Sensing and Predicting the Pulse of the City through Shared Bicycling

Jon E. Froehlich

Dec. 5, 2012 Paris, France

Reflections of Ourselves: Sensing and Feedback to Inform Everyday Human Behavior

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 29, 2012 Boulder, Colorado

Applying Iterative Design to the Eco-Feedback Design Process

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 13, 2012 Sacramento, California

Sensing and Visualizing Human Behavior Through City Infrastructure

Jon E. Froehlich

July 23, 2012 Annapolis, Maryland

Under Pressure: Transforming the Way We Think About and Use Water in the Home

Jon E. Froehlich

July 3, 2012 Baltimore, Maryland

The Design and Evaluation of Prototype Eco-Feedback Displays for Fixture-Level Water Usage Data

Jon E. Froehlich

June 5, 2012 Baltimore, Maryland

Reflections of Ourselves: Sensing and Feedback to Inform Everyday Human Behavior

Jon E. Froehlich

May 22, 2012 College Park, Maryland

The Design and Evaluation of Prototype Eco-Feedback Displays for Fixture-Level Water Usage Data

Mazhengmin Bai Leah Findlater Jon E. Froehlich Fabia Fu James Landay Eric Larson Marilyn Ostergren Shwetak Patel Josh Peterson Solai Ramanathan Inness Wragg

May 9, 2012 Austin, Texas

Rethinking the Composition of Computer Science

Jon E. Froehlich

April 21, 2012 College Park, Maryland

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 17, 2012 Falls Church, Virginia

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Sept. 7, 2011 Seattle, Washington

A longitudinal study of pressure sensing to infer real-world water usage events in the home

Les Atlas Tim Campbell James Fogarty Jon E. Froehlich Eric Larson Shwetak Patel Elliot Saba

June 13, 2011 San Francisco, California

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

May 24, 2011 Atlanta, Georgia

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

April 24, 2011 Atlanta, Georgia

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

April 13, 2011 Atlanta, Georgia

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

April 6, 2011 New York City, New York

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

April 4, 2011 College Park, Maryland

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

March 28, 2011 Iowa City, Iowa

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

March 21, 2011 Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

March 14, 2011 Rochester, New York

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

March 11, 2011 Rochester, New York

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 22, 2011 Madison, Wisconsin

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 16, 2011 Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 14, 2011 Ann Arbor, Michigan

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 9, 2011 Corvallis, Oregon

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 3, 2011 Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Jan. 27, 2011 Seattle, Washington

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Jan. 26, 2011 Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Moving Beyond Line Graphs: The History and Future of Eco-Feedback Design

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 16, 2010 Sacramento, California

Under Pressure: Transforming the Way We Think About Water in the Home

Jon E. Froehlich Eric Larson Shwetak Patel

Nov. 3, 2010 Seattle, Washington

The Mobile Phone as a Window into Human Behavior

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 2, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Closing the Gap Between Action and Effect: Using Computers to Sense and Feedback Resource Consumption Information in the Home

Jon E. Froehlich Sidhant Gupta Eric Larson Shwetak Patel

Oct. 27, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Mirrors Tell You One Thing; Data Can Tell You Another

Jon E. Froehlich

Aug. 20, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Mirrors Tell You One Thing; Data Can Tell You Another

Jon E. Froehlich

July 19, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Mirrors Tell You One Thing; Data Can Tell You Another

Jon E. Froehlich

July 19, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Sensing Opportunities and Zero Effort Applications for Mobile Health Persuasion

Jon E. Froehlich

May 24, 2010 Palo Alto, California

Mirrors Tell You One Thing; Data Can Tell You Another

Jon E. Froehlich

May 21, 2010 Seattle, Washington

The design of eco-feedback technology

Leah Findlater Jon E. Froehlich James Landay

April 14, 2010 Atlanta, Georgia

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

March 26, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 17, 2010 Seattle, Washington

Enabling Disaggregated Feedback via Single-Point Resource Usage Sensing

Jon E. Froehlich

Feb. 15, 2010 Palo Alto, California

Infrastructure Mediated Sensing for Assistive Environments

Jon E. Froehlich

Dec. 11, 2009 Seattle, WA

Technology as a Mirror

Jon E. Froehlich

Dec. 9, 2009 Seattle, WA

Accurate and Easy-To-Deploy In-Home Energy Sensing

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 16, 2009 Washington, DC

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 29, 2009 Seattle, Washington

The Feetback Cycle: Leveraging Everyday Technologies to Change the Way We Move

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 8, 2009 New York City, New York

HydroSense: infrastructure-mediated single-point sensing of whole-home water activity

Tim Campbell James Fogarty Jon E. Froehlich Conor Haggerty Eric Larson Shwetak Patel

Oct. 3, 2009 Pasadena, California

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 3, 2009 Orlando, Florida

Sensing and Feedback of Everyday Activities to Promote Environmentally Sustainable Behaviors

Jon E. Froehlich

Aug. 5, 2009 Seattle, Washington

Sensing and predicting the pulse of the city through shared bicycling

Jon E. Froehlich Joachim Neumann Nuria Oliver

July 16, 2009 Pasadena, California

Promoting Energy Efficient Behaviors in the Home through Feedback: The Role of HCI

Jon E. Froehlich

April 22, 2009 Seattle, Washington

UbiGreen: investigating a mobile tool for tracking and supporting green transportation habits

Sunny Consolvo Tawanna Dillahunt Jon E. Froehlich Beverly Harrison Predrag Klasnja James Landay Jennifer Mankoff

April 7, 2009 Boston, Massachusetts

UbiGreen: Using Mobile Phones as a Persuasive Technology to Affect Daily Transportation Practices

Sunny Consolvo Tawanna Dillahunt Jon E. Froehlich Beverly Harrison Predrag Klasnja James Landay Jennifer Mankoff

Nov. 17, 2008 Sacramento, California

Measuring the Pulse of the City Through Shared Bicycling Programs

Jon E. Froehlich Joachim Neumann Nuria Oliver

Nov. 4, 2008 Raleigh, North Carolina

UbiGreen: Investigating a Mobile Tool for Tracking and Supporting Green Transportation Habits

Sunny Consolvo Tawanna Dillahunt Jon E. Froehlich Beverly Harrison Predrag Klasnja James Landay Jennifer Mankoff

Oct. 23, 2008 Seattle, Washington

Using Mobile Phones to Learn and Persuade Human Behavior

Jon E. Froehlich

June 17, 2008 Barcelona, Spain

Route Prediction from Trip Observations

Jon E. Froehlich John Krumm

April 14, 2008 Detroit, Michigan

The Mobile Phone as a (Massive) Data Collection Platform

Jon E. Froehlich

Nov. 14, 2007 Ithaca, New York

Barrier pointing: using physical edges to assist target acquisition on mobile device touch screens

Jon E. Froehlich Shaun K. Kane Jacob Wobbrock

Oct. 15, 2007 Tempe, Arizona

Optimizing Hybrid Vehicles via Route Prediction

Jon E. Froehlich

July 26, 2007 Redmond, Washington

MyExperience: a system for in situ tracing and capturing of user feedback on mobile phones

Mike Y. Chen Sunny Consolvo Jon E. Froehlich Beverly Harrison James Landay

June 12, 2007 San Juan, Puerto Rico

Increasing the Breadth: Applying Sensors, Inference and Self-Report in Field Studies with the MyExperience Tool

Mike Y. Chen Sunny Consolvo Jon E. Froehlich Beverly Harrison James Landay

June 11, 2007 San Juan, Puerto Rico

Mobile Phone Data Collection: Context-Aware Experience Sampling and MyExperience

Jon E. Froehlich

Oct. 17, 2006 Seattle, Washington

Voting with your feet: an investigative study of the relationship between place visit behavior and preference

Mike Y. Chen Jon E. Froehlich Fred Potter Ian Smith

Sept. 20, 2006 Orange County, California

Seeking the source: software source code as a social and technical artifact

Paul Dourish Jon E. Froehlich Cleidson de Souza

Nov. 8, 2005 Sanibel Island, Florida

Unifying Artifacts and Activities in a Visual Tool for Distributed Software Development Teams

Paul Dourish Jon E. Froehlich

May 27, 2004 Edinburgh, Scotland