Three BioSENSE Papers at CHI 2019

The BioSENSE Lab has three papers accepted to CHI 2019 (ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), reflecting a range of perspectives and approaches to studying biosensing technologies. PDF versions of the papers are available below:

Design & Privacy

Richmond Y. Wong and Deirdre K. Mulligan. 2019. Bringing Design to the Privacy Table: Broadening “Design” in “Privacy by… [Read more...]

BioSENSE Project Receives Center for Long Term Cybersecurity Grant for Life-Affirming Heart Sounds Bench

BioSENSE PhD candidate Noura Howell and Professor Kimiko Ryokai received a grant from the Center for Long Term Cybersecurity for her project the Heart Sounds Bench. A paper is forthcoming at CHI 2019 (pdf) and she is excited to continue developing the project! From CLTC’s award listing: Speculating “Smart City” Cybersecurity with the Heart Sounds Bench: Détourning [Read more...]

BioSENSE Researchers Receive Continued CTSP-CLTC Funding for Menstrual Biosensing Project

BioSENSE PhD candidates Richmond Wong and Noura Howell along with postdoctoral scholar Sarah Fox and interdisciplinary neuroethics major and graphic designer Franchesca Spektor received a second year of funding from the Center for Technology, Society, & Policy jointly with the Center for Long Term Cybersecurity for their work on menstrual biosensing. From the project description, Engaging Expert Stakeholders about [Read more...]