The best part about being a professor is working with smart, inquisitive students that inspire and challenge me. At any given time, you’ll find my collaborators going native, building wacky systems, developing new methods, and divining theories.
EunJeong is interested in how values can and should be incorporated into the design of future technologies. Her current fieldwork involves people who have adopted "alternative" lifestyles and values (e.g., minimalists and tiny house enthusiasts). She received the B.A degree from the Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea, and the M.S. degree in Information Science from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She likes to travel and make her own detox juice.
Majdah is a Ph.D. student in the Human-Computer Interaction at the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering at Indiana University. Her research is on online cultures and adoption of technologies. She has a BSc. of Computer Applications and an MSc. of Information Systems from Saudi Arabia. When she is not working, she goes kayaking.
Stephen Tsung-Han Sher
Stephen is currently researching the practice of eSports commentary, following the formation of the eSports initiative here at Indiana University, and video game speedrunning. He received his Master of Science in Computer Science from USC in 2017, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Computer Science from USC in 2016. He is particularly interested in teaching and higher education instruction, Wushu (Chinese martial arts), cooking, and letter writing.
Jason's research interests are in music technology, media art, digital aesthetics, and digital cultures. He is majoring in Informations Systems at the Kelley School of Business and minoring in Music. He loves to make new things, collaborate with different people, and talk together over good food! He is a music lover, plays guitar, and loves to explore new places and cool venues.
Other Current Collaborators
As PhD Committee Member
- Omar Sosa-Tzec, Interaction Delight: A Rhetorical Approach to the Analysis of Delight in Interactive Artifacts, PhD (Chair: Erik Stolterman), now Assistant Professor in the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan
- Dahee Chung, Health Information Infrastructures: Flows and Frictions, PhD (Chair: Hamid Ekbia)
- Roberto Hoyle, Privacy Considerations in the Context of Wearable Cameras, PhD (Chair: Apu Kapadia), now Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Oberlin College