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- Carman Neustaedter
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Teaching & research interests
- human-computer interaction
- Interaction design
- Computer-supported collaboration and social computing
- Domestic computing and the home
- Video conferencing and telepresence
- Smart technologies and the Internet of Things
- Emergency response and Next Generation 9-1-1
- Qualitative research methods
Dr. Neustaedter's research is in the field of human-computer interaction. He studies social culture, user behaviors, group collaboration, and ubiquitous and mobile technology design. This has involved studying, designing, and evaluating a range of technologies including communication, coordination, and gaming systems. His work tends to span many disciplines including computer science, social psychology, sociology, and cultural anthropology. Dr. Neustaedter's books, Connecting Families: The Impact of New Communication Technologies on Domestic life and Studying and Designing Technologies for Dometic Life: Lessons From Home document key portions of his research and methodological practices.
The Connections Lab
The Connections Lab (clab) is a collection of graduate students and research assistants that studies the design and use of technologies aimed at supporting the everyday activities of families, co-workers, and community members.
If you are interested in finding out more about joining the Connections Lab, please see the prospective students page.
Forghani, A., Neustaedter, C., Vu, C., Judge, T. & Antle, A. (2018) G2G: The Design and Evaluation of a Shared Calendar Video Messaging System to Connect Distance-separated Grandparents and Young Grandchildren, Proceedings of the ACM Computer Human Interaction (CHI) New York, NY, USA, ACM Press.
Heshmat, Y., Jones, B., Xiong, X., Neustaedter, C., Tang, A., Riecke, B. & Yang, L. (2018) Geocaching with a Beam: Shared Outdoor Activities through a Telepresence Robot with 360 Degree Viewing,Proceedings of the ACM Computer Human Interaction (CHI) New York, NY, USA, ACM Press.
Neustaedter, C., Singhal, S., Pan, R., Heshmat, Y., Forghani, A. & Tang, J. (2018) From Being There to Watching: Shared and Dedicated Telepresence Robot Usage at Academic Conferences. IN Transactions on Human Computer Interaction.
Neustaedter, C., Jones, B., O’Hara, K. & Sellen, A. (2018) The Benefits and Challenges of Video Calling for Emergency Situations, Proceedings of the ACM Computer Human Interaction (CHI) New York, NY, USA, ACM Press.
Singhal, S. & Neustaedter, C. (2018) Caller Needs and Reactions to 9-1-1 Video Calling for Emergencies,Proceedings of the Conference on Designing Interactive Systems New York, NY, USA, ACM Press.
- BSc, Computer Science, University of Calgary
- MSc, Computer Science with Specialization in Human-Computer Interaction, University of Calgary
- PhD, Computer Science with Specialization in Human-Computer Interaction, University of Calgary
Current & upcoming courses
This instructor is currently not teaching any courses.