Darren Gergle

Darren Gergle’s teaching and research interests are broadly defined by the fields of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). In particular, he is interested in furthering our theoretical understanding of the impact technological mediation has on communication, and applying this to the design, development, and evaluation of novel collaboration technologies.

Education

PhD Human-Computer Interaction, Carnegie Mellon University
MS Human-Computer Interaction, University of Michigan
BA Cognitive Psychology, University of Michigan
BFA Printmaking and Sculpture, University of Michigan


Recent Awards and Honors

2007 Microsoft New Faculty Fellowship Finalist
2003-2006 IBM PhD Fellowship


Courses

CS 525 Applied Research Methods for Media and Technology
CS 395 Understanding Technology and Human Interaction
EECS 395 Understanding Technology and Human Interaction
CS 399 Community Building Software

 

Darren Gergle

Professor

Department:

Communication Studies

Office:

Frances Searle Building
2240 Campus Drive
Room 1-158
Evanston, IL 60208

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