Stacie L. Hibino

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Users today are eager to access new emerging technologies that they believe will give their business an edge over their competitors. Although various "glitches" or cumbersome interfaces in new technologies may be expected and tolerated by some users who are early adopters, such seemingly minor issues may represent major barriers to adoption by everyday users or customers. My research focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of new interfaces for emerging technologies for the average everyday user. I have experience across a broad range of interfaces, including those for: consumer digital photography (services and post-capture UX), collaborative and communication applications for wireless handheld devices, social games for mobile (iOS), information visualization applications for data analysis, and multimedia software for the foreign language classroom.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

01/2002 - present
Eastman Kodak Company (Employee from 06/2004; Consultant from 01/2002-06/2004, San Jose, CA)
Researcher, Photographic Science & Technology Center, Kodak R&D (10/2004 - present)
Project Leader, New Business Development, Kodak R&D (01/2002 - 10/2004)
09/1997 - 09/2001
Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies (Naperville, IL)
Software Production Research Department
Member of the Technical Staff
06/1990 - 09/1996
The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI)
Project FLAME (Foreign Language Applications in the Multimedia Environment)
Technical, Design, and Educational Specialist
Summer 1990
The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI)
Aerospace Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering Departments
Project Leader
06/1987 - 08/1989
ICEC: InterUniversity Consortium for Educational Computing (Pittsburgh, PA)
Programmer and Technical Support

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Winter 1992
Toolbook Workshops. Led a series of three three-hour workshops on the introduction and use of Toolbook with Multimedia Extensions.
June 1991
MediaText Workshops at NECC'91 (National Educational Computing Conference, Phoenix, AZ) -- coordinated over 20 workshops with over 500 participants

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

[See also: full listing of Research Papers and Talks.]

PATENTS PENDING AND GRANTED

EDUCATION

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
PhD Computer Science and Engineering, August 1997
[Thesis: MultiMedia Visual Information Seeking (MMVIS): An interactive information visualization approach to analyzing temporal relationship trends in data such as video. MMVIS integrates a temporal visual query language (TVQL) with an abstract temporal visualization (TViz) of results.]
MS Education and Computer Science, May 1991
University of California, Berkeley
BS Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, May 1987

HONORS AND AWARDS 

ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS 

References furnished upon request.


last updated 01/17/2011, hibino at acm dot org