Jump to: Top Professional Experience Technical Skills Awards Professional Activities Mentorship / Teaching Systems Press Patents Publications


Ed H. Chi
work: 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043
email: chi [at] acm [dot] org
http://www.edchi.net/


Objective

To conduct world-class research on novel challenging problems in computer-human interaction, social computing, user interfaces, and information visualization.

Research Interests

Human-Computer Interaction, Social Media / Social Networking / Social Web / Web2.0 / Social Computing, Intelligent User Interfaces, Web Usage Analytics, Web Usability, Scientific and Information Visualization.

Education

Ph.D., Computer and Information Science
Sep. 1996 - Mar. 1999, University of Minnesota
* Ph.D. Thesis: "A Framework for Information Visualization Spreadsheets"
* Advisor: John T. Riedl
* Area: Visualization, User Interfaces, Graphics
* Awarded 1998 University of Minnesota Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
* Awarded Research Contribution Award 1998, Doctoral Dissertation Award 1998, Best Teaching Award 1997, Best Written Qualifying Exam 1996, Computer Science Department, University of Minnesota
* GPA: 4.0

M.S., Computer Science
Sep. 1994 - Dec. 1996, University of Minnesota
* Area: Computation Molecular Biology with emphasis on Information Visualization
* Graduate Minor in Scientific Computation
* GPA: 4.0

Bachelor of Computer Science
Sep. 1992 - June, 1994, University of Minnesota
* Minor in Mathematics
* Summa Cum Laude with Highest Distinction in two years
* GPA: 4.0

Minneapolis South High School, Sep. 1988 - June, 1992
* Valedictorian with Highest Distinction
* Attended University of Minnesota for College-level Classes from June 1989 to June 1992
* GPA: 4.08

Professional Experience

2/2011 -- present
Staff Research Scientist and Social Interaction Research Lead, Google.
* Led a team of researchers in conducting research on social search, recommendation, machine learning, crowdsourcing.
* Launched product features such as G+ on friend suggestions, content recommendation, and personalization.
* Conducted research on social search and annotations with launched Google Search changes.
* Curated and Oversaw $2M+ of external Google grants to academic researchers in Social Research.

4/2007 -- 2/2011
Area Manager and Principal Scientist, Augmented Social Cognition Area, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
* Defined and led a group of Ph.D. researchers on Social Web and Web2.0 technologies that augmented a group's ability to remember, think, and reason.

4/2005 -- 4/2007
Senior Research Scientist, Xerox' Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
* member of User Interface Research Group
* Led research in social computing, social and personalized search, electronic reading environments, eyetracking experiments.

3/1999 -- 4/2005
Research Scientist, Xerox' Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
* member of User Interface Research Group
* Research in Web Analysis algorithms, Information Visualization
* Leader of the Information Scent Project that studied the behavior of web surfers and applied the understanding to web analysis and web applications (co-managed 10 people).
* Mentored and supervised many summer interns

6/1998 -- 9/1998
Summer Intern, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
* Mentor: Stuart K. Card, Peter Pirolli
* Designed and implemented a Web Analysis Visualization Spreadsheet.

6/1997 -- 12/1997
Summer Intern and Consultant, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
* Mentor: Stuart K. Card, Peter Pirolli
* Participated and formulated a new design for visualizing evolving Web ecologies.
* Several inventions filed for patents.
* Designer of 1997 Xerox PARC Intern Program T-Shirt

3/1997 -- 6/1997
Instructor, Computer Science Department, University of Minnesota
* Lectured on an advanced 5000-level course in C++ and object-oriented design (70 students).
* Won Best Teaching Award

9/1994 -- 3/1997, 1/1998 -- 6/1998, 9/1998 -- 3/1999
Research Assistant, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota
* Advisor: Dr. John Riedl

6/1994 -- 9/1994
Apprentice, The Geometry Center, University of Minnesota
* Supervisors: Dr. Silvio Levy, Dr. Richard McGehee

1/1994 -- 6/1994
Undergrad Research Assistant, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota
* Advisor: Dr. John Carlis

10/1993 -- 6/1994
Research Programmer, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroanatomy, University of Minnesota
* Supervisor: Dr. Ed Egelman

9/1993 -- 6/1994
Computer Lab Consultant, Distributed Computing Services, University of Minnesota

6/1993 -- 7/1993
Teaching Assistant, Geometry Center, University of Minnesota
* Supervisors: Dr. Brad Barber, Dr. Pat Hanrahan

Technical Skills

Computer Languages:
Java, C++, C, Python, R, Matlab.
Operating Systems:
Unix (Linux, Sun Solaris, SGI Irix, IBM AIX), MS Windows, MacOS
Interface Evaluation:
Crowdsourcing (via Mechnical Turk), Cognitive Walkthrough, Think Aloud and Eyetracking Testing, Ethnography, User Experimental Design
World Wide Web:
Web Analytics and Visualization
Data Backends and conversion, MapReduce, Hadoop
Java applets, CGI programming, HTML/CSS/JavaScript authoring
Web server configuration/administration
Networks and Administration:
experienced in OS management and administration.
Human Languages:
Fluent English and Mandarin/Cantonese Chinese; Limited Taiwanese, Japanese, and German.

Awards Received

  1. PARC Outstanding Award (2009)
  2. PARC Outstanding Performance Award (Feb 2008)
  3. PARC Acorn Award for Outstanding Patents (2006)
  4. PARC Outstanding Performance Award, Palo Alto Research Center (Feb 2005)
  5. ISTL Special Recognition Award, Palo Alto Research Center (Feb 2004)
  6. PARC Net New Revenue Award, Palo Alto Research Center (Feb 2004)
  7. PARC Net New Revenue Award, Palo Alto Research Center (Feb 2003)
  8. ISTL Special Recognition Award, Palo Alto Research Center (Jan 2003)
  9. Outstanding Achievement Award, Stanford University TaeKwonDo Program (Spring 2001)
  10. Outstanding Achievement Award, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (May 2000)
  11. University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship (1998), and Supplemental Grant (October 1998)
  12. Research Contribution Award, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (1998)
  13. Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (June 1998)
  14. Doctoral Dissertation Award, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (1998)
  15. ConSern Scholarship (1997)
  16. Best Teaching Award, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (1997)
  17. Highest Distinction in Ph.D. Written Qualifying Exam Award, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (1996)
  18. Institute of Technology Dean's List (All Quarters during Undergraduate Degree)
  19. Undergraduate Research Grant, University of Minnesota. (1994)
  20. Cargill Scholarship, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota (1993)
  21. Kiwanis Club College Scholarship. (1992)
  22. Junior Achievement College Scholarship. (1992)

Professional Activities

Additional Activities

Supervision of Students/Interns

  1. Alex Beutel, 2015, CMU
  2. Amy X. Zhang, 2015, MIT
  3. Shuo Chang, 2014 and 2015, UMN
  4. Zhe Zhao, 2014 and 2015, UMich
  5. Anant Bhardwaj, 2013-2014, MIT
  6. Lydia Chilton, 2013, UW
  7. Amit Sharma, 2013, Cornell
  8. Karthik Subbian, 2013, UMN
  9. Stephen Guo, 2013, Stanford
  10. Victoria Sosik, 2013, Cornell
  11. Roshanak Zilouchian, 2013, UIUC
  12. Phil Adams, 2013, Cornell
  13. Aaron Halfaker, 2013, UMN
  14. Wesley Willett, 2012, UCBerkeley
  15. Katrina Panovich, 2012, MIT
  16. Scott Golder, 2012, CMU
  17. Saleema Amershi, 2012, UW
  18. Jeff Rzeszotarski, 2012, CMU
  19. Chenhao Tan, 2012, Cornell
  20. Aditi Muralidharan, 2011-2012, UCBerkeley
  21. Chinmay Kulkarni, 2011, Stanford
  22. Ben Lickly, 2011, UCBerkeley
  23. Sanjay Kairam, 2011, Stanford
  24. Jilin Chen, Summer 2009 and 2010 Grad Intern, from University of Minnesota
  25. Brent Hecht, Summer 2010 Grad Intern, from Northwestern Univ.
  26. Nicholas Kong, Summer 2010 Grad Intern, from UCBerkeley
  27. Ben Hanrahan, Summer 2010 Grad Itnern, from Virginia Tech
  28. Michael Bernstein, Summer 2009 Grad Intern, from MIT
  29. Bryan Chan, Summer 2008 Grad Intern, from Stanford
  30. Terrell Russell, Summer 2008 RA, from UNC
  31. Brynn Evans, Spring 2008 RA, from UCSD
  32. Aniket (Niki) Kittur, Summer 2007 Graduate Intern, from UCLA
  33. Todd Mytkowicz, Summer 2006 Graduate Intern, from Univ. of Colorado
  34. Aniket (Niki) Kittur, Summer 2006 Graduate Intern, from UCLA
  35. Peter Lai, Summer 2006 Undergraduate Intern, from MIT
  36. Tony Shyong Lam, Summer 2005 Graduate Intern, from Univ. of Minnesota
  37. Eddie Ishak, Summer 2005 Graduate Intern, from Columbia University
  38. Heather Hyunyoung Song, Summer 2005 Graduate Intern, from Univ. of Maryland, College Park
  39. Fabio Gasparetti, Summer 2004 Graduate Intern, from Univ. of Rome Tre
  40. Doantam Phan, Summer 2003 Graduate Intern, from Stanford
  41. Cristian Cadar, Summer 2003 Undergrad Intern, from MIT
  42. Ying Feng, Summer 2002 Graduate Intern, from Indiana U.
  43. Jason Bayer, Summer 2002 Undergrad Intern, from UC Berkeley
  44. Sean McNee, Summer 2001 Graduate Intern, from U. of Minn.
  45. William Liu, Summer 2001 Undergrad Intern, from Cornell U.
  46. Chris Olston, Summer 2000 Graduate Intern, from Stanford
  47. Jeffrey Heer, Summer 2000 Undergrad Intern, from UC Berkeley
  48. Kim Chen, Summer 2000 Undergrad Intern, from Stanford

Class Teaching

Major Technical Artifacts and Systems

Many artifacts are obviously collaboratively developed.
  1. Spreadsheet for Visualization (1999)
  2. DiscTree and TimeTube for Web visualization and analysis (1999)
  3. LumberJack Web Log Analytics (2002)
  4. Bloodhound Web Usability simulation (2002)
  5. ScentTrails smart trails for web users (2003)
  6. 3Book 3D book viewer with smart highlights and ScentIndex smart index system (2004)
  7. TaeKwonDo wireless wearable force sensing body protector (2004)
  8. Magitti context-aware mobile guide (2007)
  9. WikiDashboard: Social Transparency for Wikis (2008)
  10. SparTag.us: Social Tagging for paragraphs (2008)
  11. MrTaggy: Tag-based Search Browser (2009)
  12. ZeroZero88.com: Twitter News and Conversation Recommender
  13. Participated in G+ Friend Recommender using Triadic Clsoure (Lead), G+ Graph Analytics Platform, G+ What's Hot Content Recommender, G+ Translate (Lead), G+ Personalization and Topic Modeling Module (co-Lead), Google Machine Learning Embedding Toolkit.

Press

  1. Boing Boing. MrTaggy. June 30, 2009.
  2. Wikipedia Weekly Podcast 30min Interview. Spring, 2009.
  3. Slashdot. Tool Shows the Arguments Behind Wikipedia Entries. Feb. 8, 2009.
  4. MIT Technology Review. Who's Messing with Wikipedia? MIT Press, Feb. 6, 2009.
  5. World Journal. Social Websites have no boundries. Jan. 23, 2009
  6. SF Chronicle. Wikimedia pegs future on education, not profit. Chris Cadelago. Aug. 24, 2008.
  7. Slate.com. The Wisdom of the Chaperones: Digg, Wikipedia, and the Myth of Web2.0 Democracy. Chris Wilson. Feb. 22, 2008.
  8. Coverage of WikiDashboard and Social Transparency in Wikipedia around September 2007:
  9. USA Today, Internet suffering from information overload, Andrew Kantor. June 14, 2007.
  10. Chicago Sun Times, Stop Interrupting Yourself, Kate N. Grossman. March 4, 2007.
  11. WirtshaftWoche, Total Vernetzt, Thomas Kuhn, pp. 121-124, 126, 128. Sept, 25, 2006.
  12. LA Times, High-Tech Sign Language Could Replace the Mouse May 31, 2006. (also covered by United Press International)
  13. Christian Science Monitor, How the Web changes your reading habits June 23, 2005.
  14. Technology Research News, Memory-like software aids reading May 4, 2005.
  15. InformationWeek, The Future of Software: AI's Next Brain Wave April 25, 2005.
  16. CNN International TV, and CNN.com, High-tech Blows for Martial Arts August 23, 2004.
  17. CorrierEconomia, Tae kwon do Ci pensa Chi Un sensore per arbitrare July 19, 2004.
  18. UK Register, Wi-Fi is big hit for Tae Kwon Do June 25, 2004.
  19. BBC News, Technology Section, Martial arts lands wireless blow June 25, 2004.
    Coverage also by: Investor's Business Daily, and The Feature.
  20. MIT Technology Review, Technology Research News, Sensors Track Martial Arts Blows June 2, 2004.
  21. MIT Technology Review, Technology Research News, Indexes Bolster eBook Search May 21, 2004.
  22. Technology Research News, Search tool aids browsing March 10, 2004.
  23. PC Magazine, PARC Research on Information Scent July 1, 2003.
  24. Webreference.com, Book Review: Human Factors and Web Development, 2nd Ed. December 5, 2002.
  25. Forrester Report, Building A Better Automotive Web Site. November, 2002.
  26. Fall COMDEX 2002 Magazine, Understanding user interaction, key to improving Web info retrieval. Fall (November) 2002.
  27. Computerworld, Conference Report: Usability and Web site success. Nov. 7, 2002
  28. Computerworld, Digital Bloodhounds: Web Users Follow the 'Information Scent'. June 17, 2002
  29. USA Today, High-tech quest for a user-friendly Web. Feb. 6, 2002
  30. LA Times, Net Archive Turns Back 10 Billion Pages of Time. Thursday, October 25, 2001.
  31. Information Week, Web Sites that Work. Aug. 27, 2001
  32. Wired News, Hot on the Scent of Information Friday, June 8, 2001. Covered also by: ACM TechNews, June 11, 2001.
  33. Information Week, Keep The (Online) Customer Satisfied. Monday, May 21, 2001.
  34. CNET Radio, 910 AM on the dial in SF Bay Area
    2.45pm, Tuesday, May 15th, 2001, Host: Tracy Romine
  35. Associated Press, May 13, 2001
    Researchers try to make "scents" out of tangled Web
    Coverage by:

  36. The Economist. Scents and Sensibility. April 26, 2001.
  37. Investor Business Daily. Xerox Project Studies Ways People Use Web. March 16, 2001.
  38. Time Magazine. Special Issue on Inventors and Inventions: Team Xerox December 4, 2000.
  39. Ziff-Davis TV Network, Cable Television Channel on Technology. The Internet Archive. August, 2000
  40. The Minnesota Daily, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Plants help scholars understand DNA. Feburary 4, 1997

Patents

Issued: 36
  1. 8,732,584. System and method for generating an information stream summary using a display metric
  2. 8,725,717. System and method for identifying topics for short text communications
  3. 8,666,979. Recommending interesting content using messages containing URLs
  4. 8,656,286. System and method for providing mixed-initiative curation of information within a shared repository
  5. 8,606,781. Systems and methods for personalized search
  6. 8,504,626. System and method for content tagging and distribution through email
  7. 8,380,743. System and method for supporting targeted sharing and early curation of information
  8. 8,276,060. System and method for annotating documents using a viewer
  9. 8,275,769. System and method for identifying users relevant to a topic of interest
  10. 8,166,056. System and method for searching annotated document collections
  11. 8,140,706. Systems and methods for identifying user types using multi-modal clustering and information scent
  12. 7,882,056. Method and system to predict and recommend future goal-oriented activity
  13. 7,861,186. Systems and methods for navigating page-oriented information assets
  14. 7,779,013. System and method for determining a quantitative measure of search efficiency of related web pages
  15. 7,702,611. Method for automatically performing conceptual highlighting in electronic text
  16. 7,673,019. System and method for determining a quantitative measure of qualitative usability of related Web pages
  17. 7,577,902. Systems and methods for annotating pages of a 3D electronic document
  18. US 7260643 (was US20030018636A1) August 21, 2007. Ed H. Chi, Jeffrey M. Heer, Peter L. Pirolli. Systems and methods for identifying user types using multi-modal clustering and information scent.
  19. US 7203899 April 10, 2007. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli. Systems and Methods for Assessing User Success Rates of Accessing Information in a Collection of Contents
  20. US 7069518B2 June 27, 2006. Stuart Card, Rich Gossweiler, Allison Woodruff, Jock Mackinlay, Lichan Hong, Ed H. Chi. Indexing Methods, Systems, and Computer Program Products for Virtual Three-Dimensional Books.
  21. US 7043475B2 May 9, 2006. Jeffrey Heer, Ed H. Chi. Systems and Methods for Clustering User Sessions Using Multi-Modal Information Including Proximal Cue Information.
  22. US 7043535B2 May 9, 2006. Ed H. Chi, Chris Olston. Systems and Methods for Combined Browsing and Seraching in a Document Collection Based on Information Scent.
  23. US 7043702B2 May 9, 2006. Ed H. Chi, Petr Pirolli, James Pitkow. Method for Visualizing User Path Through a Website and a Path Associated Information Scent.
  24. US 7028053B2 April 11, 2006. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli. Apparatus and Methods for Accessing a Collection of Content Portions.
  25. US 7017110B1 March 21, 2006. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, James E. Pitkow. System and Method for Inferring User Information Need in a hypermedia Linked Document Collection.
  26. US Patent 6,941,321 September 6, 2005. Hinrich Schuetze, Francine R. Chen, Peter L. Pirolli, James E. Pitkow, Ed H. Chi, Jun Li. System and method for identifying similarities among objects in a collection.
  27. US Patent 6,922,699 B2 July 26, 2005. Hinrich Schuetze, Francine R. Chen, Peter L. Pirolli, James E. Pitkow, Ed H. Chi, Jun Li, Ullas Gargi. System and Method for Quantitatively Representing Data Objects in Vector Space.
  28. US Patent 6,907,459 June 14, 2005. US20020143802 A1. Ed H. Chi, Kim Chen. Systems and methods for predicting usage of a web site using proximal cues.
  29. US Patent 6,671,711 Dec. 30, 2003, EP01108054.6-2201 March 29, 2001. System and method for Predicting Web User Flow by Determining Association Strength of Hypermedia Links
  30. US Patent 6,598,054 July 22, 2003. System and Methods for Clustering Data Objects in a Collection.
  31. US Patent 6,567,797 B1, May 20, 2003. Hinrich Schuetze, James E. Pitkow, Peter Pirolli, Ed H. Chi, Jun Li. System and Method for Providing Recommendations based on Multi-Modal User Clusters.
  32. US Patent 6,564,202, May 13, 2003. Hinrich Schuetze, James E. Pitkow, Peter Pirolli, Ed H. Chi, Jun Li. System and method for visually representing the contents of a multiple data object cluster.
  33. US Patent 6,509,898 B2 (Jan. 21, 2003), EP00950960A2, 10/20/1999. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, James Pitkow, Rich Gossweller, Jock Mackinlay, Stuart Card. Usage based methods of traversing and displaying generalized graph structures.
  34. US Patent 6,496,832 B2 2002: Visualization Spreadsheet. Ed H. Chi, John T. Riedl, Joseph A. Konston, Phillip J. Barry.
  35. US Patent 6,369,819 Apr. 2002, EP00950962A2, 10/20/1999. Ed H. Chi, James Pitkow, Peter Pirolli, Stuart Card, Jock Mackinlay, Rich Gossweiler. Methods for visualizing transformations among related series of graphs.
  36. US Patent 6,151,595 Nov. 2000, EP00950961A2, 10/20/1999. Methods for interactive visualization of spreading activation using time tubes and disk trees.
Patent-pending: Data incomplete below.
  1. US20060156222A1 G06F, Method for Automatically Performing Conceptual Highlightiong in Electronic Text
  2. US20060622 G06F, Systems and methods for annotating pages of a 3D electronic document
  3. System and method for personalized search

Publications

    Many of my talk slides are here.

    Book and Thesis

  1. Chi, Ed H. A Framework for Visualizing Information. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, April 2002.
    Order from Amazon
  2. Chi, Ed H. A Framework for Information Visualization Spreadsheets. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Minnesota, Computer Science Department. March, 1999.
  3. Chapters in Books

  4. Serge Egelman, Ed H Chi, Steven Dow. Crowdsourcing in HCI Research. In: Ways of Knowing in HCI. Judith S. Olson and Wendy A. Kellogg (ed.), pp. 267-289, 2014. Springer, New York.
  5. Daniel M Russell, Ed H Chi. Looking Back: Retrospective Study Methods for HCI. In: Ways of Knowing in HCI. Judith S. Olson and Wendy A. Kellogg (ed.), pp. 373-393, 2014. Springer, New York.
  6. Chi, Ed H. Sensors and Ubiquitous Computing Technologies in Sports. In: Computers in Sport, P. Dabnichki and Arnold Baca (ed.), pp. 249--268, 2008. WIT Press, Boston, MA.
  7. Chi, Ed H. Web Analysis Tools Based on InfoScent(tm): How Cognitive Modelling Explain Reader navigational Decisions. In: Van Waes, L., Leijten, M., & Neuwirth, C., (eds.): Writing and Digital Media. May 2006. Elsevier Science.
    This book received the Computers and Composition Distinguished Book Award 2007.
  8. Chi, Ed H. Scent of the Web. In: Julie Ratner (ed.), Human Factors and Web Development, pp. 265--285. 2002. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum.
  9. Refereed Journal Articles

  10. Alireza Sahami Shirazi, James Clawson, Yashar Hassanpour, Mohammad J. Tourian, Albrecht Schmidt, Ed H. Chi, Marko Borazio, Kristof Van Laerhoven. Already up? using mobile phones to track & share sleep behavior. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 71(9): 878-888 (2013)
  11. Ed H. Chi. Technical Perspective: Who Knows?: Searching for Expertise on the Social Web. Commun. ACM 55, 4 (April 2012), p. 110. DOI=10.1145/2133806.2133829 ACM DOI
  12. Ed H. Chi, Sean Munson, Gerhard Fischer, Sarah Vieweg, Cynthia Parr. Advancing the Design of Technology-Mediated Social Participation Systems. IEEE Computer, vol. 43, no. 11, pp. 29-35, Nov. 2010, doi:10.1109/MC.2010.304
  13. Brynn M. Evans, Ed H. Chi. An elaborated model of social search. Information Processing & Management. Available online 14 December 2009, ISSN 0306-4573, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ipm.2009.10.012
  14. Chi, Ed H. Information Seeking Can Be Social, IEEE Computer, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 42-46, Mar. 2009, IEEE Press. doi:10.1109/MC.2009.87
  15. Chi, Ed H. The Social Web: Research and Opportunities. In IEEE Computer, 41(9), pp. 88-91. September 2008. IEEE CS Press. IEEE link
  16. Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Julie Heiser, Stuart K. Card, Michelle Gumbrecht. ScentIndex and ScentHighlights: Productive Reading Techniques for Conceptually Reorganizing Subject Indexes and Highlighting Passages. In Information Visualization Journal, Special Issue on Visual Analytics, pp. 32--47, March 2007. Palgrave.
  17. Ed H. Chi. Introducing Wearable Force Sensors in Martial Arts. IEEE Pervasive Computing, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 47--53. July, 2005. IEEE Press.
  18. Ed H. Chi, Gaetano Borriello, Guerney Hunt, Nigel Davies. Pervasive Computing in Sports Technologies: Guest Editor's Introduction IEEE Pervasive Computing, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 22--25. July, 2005. IEEE Press.
  19. Chris Olston, Ed H. Chi. ScentTrails: Integrating Browsing and Searching on the Web. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Vol. 10, Part 3, pp. 177--197. Sept, 2003. ACM Press.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceScentTrails: Integrating browsing and searching on the Web
    Christopher Olston, Ed H. Chi
    ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 2003
  20. Ed H. Chi. Improving Web Usability Through Visualization. IEEE Internet Computing, pp. 64--71. March, 2002. IEEE Press.
  21. Ed H. Chi, John T. Riedl, Elizabeth Shoop, Phillip Barry. A Novel Visualization Method for Biological Sequence Similarity Reports. Journal of Electronic Imaging: Special Issue on Visualization and Data Analysis, pp. . October, 2000. SPIE, Bellingham, WA.
  22. Ed H. Chi, John Riedl, Phillip Barry, Joseph Konstan. Principles for Information Visualization Spreadsheets. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (Special Issue on Visualization), pp. 30--38. July/August, 1998. IEEE CS Press.
  23. Refereed Conference Papers

    2016

    ACM DL Author-ize serviceWindow Shopping: A Study of Desktop Window Switching
    Andrew Warr, Ed H. Chi, Helen Harris, Alexander Kuscher, Jenn Chen, Robert Flack, Nicholas Jitkoff
    CHI '16 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2016
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceAppGrouper: Knowledge-based Interactive Clustering Tool for App Search Results
    Shuo Chang, Peng Dai, Lichan Hong, Cheng Sheng, Tianjiao Zhang, Ed H. Chi
    IUI '16 Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, 2016

    2015

  24. Zhe Zhao, Zhiyuan Cheng, Lichan Hong, and Ed H. Chi. Improving User Topic Interest Profiles by Behavior Factorization. In Proc. of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW '15). Geneva, Switzerland, 1406-1416. 2015. ACM WWW
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceImproving User Topic Interest Profiles by Behavior Factorization
    Zhe Zhao, Zhiyuan Cheng, Lichan Hong, Ed H. Chi
    WWW '15 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web, 2015
  25. Shuo Chang, Peng Dai, Jilin Chen, and Ed H. Chi. Got Many Labels?: Deriving Topic Labels from Multiple Sources for Social Media Posts using Crowdsourcing and Ensemble Learning. In Proc. of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web (WWW '15 Companion). Geneva, Switzerland, 397-406. 2015. DOI=http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2740908.2745401 ACM WWW
  26. Michael J. Brzozowski, Phil Adams, and Ed H. Chi. Google+ Communities as Plazas and Topic Boards. In Proc. of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 3779-3788. 2015. DOI=http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2702123.2702600 ACM Google
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceGoogle+ Communities as Plazas and Topic Boards
    Michael J. Brzozowski, Phil Adams, Ed H. Chi
    CHI '15 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2015
  27. Peng Dai, Jeffrey M. Rzeszotarski, Praveen Paritosh, and Ed H. Chi. And Now for Something Completely Different: Improving Crowdsourcing Workflows with Micro-Diversions. n Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW '15). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 628-638. 2015. DOI=http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2675133.2675260 ACM
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceAnd Now for Something Completely Different: Improving Crowdsourcing Workflows with Micro-Diversions
    Peng Dai, Jeffrey M. Rzeszotarski, Praveen Paritosh, Ed H. Chi
    CSCW '15 Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, 2015

    2013

  28. Chenhao Tan, Ed H. Chi, David Huffaker, Gueorgi Kossinets, Alex J. Smola. Instant Foodie: Predicting Expert Ratings From Grassroots. In Proc. of ACM Conference of Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM 2013), Oct. 27--Nov. 1, 2013, San Francisco, USA. ACM
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceInstant foodie: predicting expert ratings from grassroots
    Chenhao Tan, Ed H. Chi, David Huffaker, Gueorgi Kossinets, Alexander J. Smola
    CIKM '13 Proceedings of the 22nd ACM international conference on Information & Knowledge Management, 2013
  29. Jennifer Fernquist, Ed H. Chi Perception and Understanding of Social Annotations in Web Search. In Proc. of WWW2013. pp. 403--412. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. May, 2013. WWW2013
    ACM DL Author-ize servicePerception and understanding of social annotations in web search
    Jennifer Fernquist, Ed H. Chi
    WWW '13 Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on World Wide Web, 2013
  30. Chinmay Kulkarni and Ed H. Chi. All the news that's fit to read: a study of social annotations for news reading. In Proc. of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (ACM CHI2013). pp. 2407--2416. Paris, France. May, 2013. ACM
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceAll the news that's fit to read: a study of social annotations for news reading
    Chinmay Kulkarni, Ed Chi
    CHI '13 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2013
  31. Andrew Warr and Ed H. Chi. Swipe vs. scroll: web page switching on mobile browsers. In Proc. of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (ACM CHI2013). pp. 2171--2174. Paris, France. May, 2013. RepliCHI Award. ACM
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceSwipe vs. scroll: web page switching on mobile browsers
    Andrew Warr, Ed H. Chi
    CHI '13 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2013

    2012

  32. Sanjay Kairam, Michael J. Brzozowski, David Huffaker, Ed H. Chi. Talking in Circles: Selective Sharing in Google+. In Proc. CHI2012. May 5, 2012. Austin, TX, USA. google
  33. Aditi Muralidharan, Zoltan Gyongyi, Ed H. Chi. Social Annotations in Web Search. In Proc. CHI2012. May 5, 2012. Austin, TX, USA.
  34. Sharoda A. Paul, Lichan Hong, and Ed. H. Chi. Who is authoritative? Understanding reputation mechanisms in Quora. In Proc. of Collective Intelligence 2012. April, 2012. Cambridge, MA, USA. arXiv.org
  35. 2011

  36. Nelson, L.; Convertino, G.; Nairn, R.; Chi, E. H. Studying the Adoption of Mail2Tag: an Enterprise2.0 Tool for Sharing. In Proc. of the European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 2011, 24-28 September.
  37. S. Paul, L. Hong, and E. Chi. Is Twitter a Good Place for Asking Questions? A Characterization Study. In Proc. of 2011 International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM'11). AAAI
  38. L. Hong, G. Convertino, and E. Chi. Language Matters in Twitter: A Large Scale Study. In Proc. of 2011 International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM'11). AAAI
  39. Hanrahan, B.; Bouchard G.; Convertino, G.; Weksteen T.; Kong, N.; Archanbeau C.; Chi, E. H. Mail2Wiki: low-cost sharing and early curation from email to wikis. In Proc. of the 5th International Conference on Communities & Technologies (C&T 2011); 2011 June 29 - July 2; Brisbane, Australia.
  40. Jilin Chen, Rowan Nairn, Ed H. Chi. Speak Little and Well: Recommending Conversations in Online Social Streams. In Proc. of CHI2011. Vancouver, Canada.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceSpeak little and well: recommending conversations in online social streams
    Jilin Chen, Rowan Nairn, Ed Chi
    CHI '11 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011
  41. Hecht, B.; Hong, L.; Chi, E. H.; Suh, B. Tweets from Justin Bieber's Heart: the Dynamics of the "Location" Field in User Profiles. In Proc. of CHI2011. Vancouver, Canada.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceTweets from Justin Bieber's heart: the dynamics of the location field in user profiles
    Brent Hecht, Lichan Hong, Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi
    CHI '11 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011
  42. Nelson, L.; Nairn, R.; Chi, E. H.; Convertino, G. Mail2Tag: augmenting email for sharing with implicit tag-based categorization. In Proc. of 2011 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS), 2011. pp. 23-30. May 23-27; Philadelphia, PA. Outstanding Paper Runner Up Award PARC Link
  43. Kong, N.; Hanrahan, B.; Weksteen, T.; Convertino, G.; Chi, E. H. VisualWikiCurator: Human and machine intelligence for organizing wiki content. In Proc. of Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) 2011. Feb., 2011. Palo Alto, CA.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceVisualWikiCurator: a corporate Wiki plugin
    Nicholas Kong, Gregorio Convertino, Benjamin Hanrahan, Ed Chi
    CHI EA '11 CHI '11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011
  44. 2010

  45. Michael S. Bernstein, Bongwon Suh, Lichan Hong, Jilin Chen, Sanjay Kairam, Ed H. Chi. Eddi: Interactive Topic-based Browsing of Social Status Streams. In Proc. of ACM User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) conference, Oct. 2010. New York, NY.
    Slides
  46. Bongwon Suh, Lichan Hong, Peter Pirolli, and Ed H. Chi. Want to be Retweeted? Large Scale Analytics on Factors Impacting Retweet in Twitter Network. In Proc. of IEEE SocialCom 2010, Aug 20-22, 2010. Minneapolis, MN.
  47. Terrell Russell, Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi. A Comparison of Generated Wikipedia Profiles Using Social Labeling and Automatic Keyword Extraction. In Proc. of 4th Int'l AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2010). May 23, 2010. Washington, DC.
  48. Convertino, G.; Kairam, S.; Hong, L.; Suh, B.; Chi, E. H. Designing a Cross-Channel Information Management Tool for Workers in Enterprise Task Forces. In Proc. of Advanced Visual Interfaces 2010 (AVI2010). May 26, 2010.
  49. Ed H. Chi, Todd Mytkowicz. Understanding the Efficiency of Social Tagging Systems using Information Theory. In Proc. of the Second International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM2008). Seattle, WA.
  50. Hong, L.; Convertino, G.; Suh, B.; Chi, Ed H.; Kairam, S. FeedWinnower: layering structures over collections of information streams. In Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI2010). April, 2010. Atlanta, GA.
  51. Chen, J., Nairn, R., Nelson, L., Bernstein, M., Chi, Ed H. Short and Tweet: Experiments on Recommending Content from Information Streams. In Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI2010). April, 2010. Atlanta, GA.
    Slides
  52. 2009

  53. Chi, E. H. 2009. Augmented social cognition: using social web technology to enhance the ability of groups to remember, think, and reason. In Proceedings of the 35th SIGMOD international Conference on Management of Data (Providence, Rhode Island, USA, June 29 - July 02, 2009). SIGMOD '09. ACM, New York, NY, 973-984.
    Talks Invited Paper: ACM Link
  54. Bongwon Suh, Gregorio Convertino, Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli. The Singularity is Not Near: Slowing Growth of Wikipedia. In Proc. of WikiSym 2009. Oct, 2009. Florida, USA
    (34% acceptace rate)
  55. Chi, E. H. A position paper on 'Living Laboratories': rethinking ecological designs and experimentation in human-computer interaction. HCI International 2009; 2009 July 19-24; San Diego, CA.
    Springer Slides
  56. Les Nelson, Gregorio Convertino, Peter Pirolli, Lichan Hong, Ed H. Chi. Impact on Performance and Process by a Social Annotation System: A Social Reading Experiment. HCI International 2009; 2009 July 19-24; San Diego, CA.
    Springer
  57. Convertino, G. ; Hong, L. ; Nelson, L. ; Pirolli, P. L. ; Chi, E. H. Activity awareness & social sensemaking 2.0: design of a task force workspace. HCI International 2009 - Thematic Area: Augmented Cognition; 2009 July 19-24; San Diego, CA.
    Springer
  58. Nicolas Ducheneaut, Qingfeng Huang, Kurt Partridge, Bob Price, Mike Roberts, Ed H. Chi, Victoria Bellotti, Bo Begole. Collaborative Filtering is not Enough? Experiments with a Mixed-Model Recommender for Leisure Activities. In Proc. of International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization (UMAP 2009). pp. 295--306. Trento, Italy. June 2009.
    Springer Link
  59. Kammerer, Y., Nairn, R., Pirolli, P., and Chi, E. H. 2009. Signpost from the masses: learning effects in an exploratory social tag search browser. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 625-634.
    ACM Link Talk Slides MrTaggy Video (24% acceptance rate)
  60. Kittur, A., Chi, E. H., and Suh, B. 2009. What's in Wikipedia?: Mapping Topics and Conflict using Socially Annotated Category Structure. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 1509-1512.
    ACM Link (24% acceptance rate)
  61. Nelson, L., Held, C., Pirolli, P., Hong, L., Schiano, D., and Chi, E. H. 2009. With a little help from my friends: examining the impact of social annotations in sensemaking tasks. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 1795-1798.
    ACM Link (24% acceptance rate)
  62. Hong, L. and Chi, E. H. 2009. Annotate once, appear anywhere: collective foraging for snippets of interest using paragraph fingerprinting. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 1791-1794.
    ACM Link (24% acceptance rate)
  63. 2008

  64. Brynn Evans, Ed H. Chi. Towards a Model of Understanding Social Search. In Proc. of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), pp. 485-494. ACM Press, 2008. San Diego, CA. ACM link
  65. Aniket Kittur, Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi. Can You Ever Trust a Wiki? Impacting Perceived Trustworthiness in Wikipedia. In Proc. of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), pp. 477-480. ACM Press, 2008. San Diego, CA. Best Note Award. ACM Link
  66. Ed H. Chi, Todd Mytkowicz. Understanding the Efficiency of Social Tagging Systems using Information Theory. In Proc. of ACM Conference on Hypertext 2008. pp. 81--88. ACM Press, 2008. Pittsburgh, PA.
  67. Brynn Evans, Ed H. Chi. Towards a Model of Understanding Social Search. In Proc. of the JCDL Workshop on Collaborative Information Retrieval. 2008. Pittsburgh, PA.
  68. Lichan Hong, Ed H. Chi, Raluca Budiu, Peter Pirolli, and Les Nelson. SparTag.us: Low Cost Tagging System for Foraging of Web Content. In Proceedings of the Advanced Visual Interface (AVI2008), pp. 65--72. ACM Press, 2008.
    Video
  69. Aniket Kittur, Ed H. Chi, Bongwon Suh. Crowdsourcing User Studies With Mechanical Turk. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human-factors in Computing Systems (CHI2008), pp.453-456. ACM Press, 2008. Florence, Italy.
    (18% acceptance rate)
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceCrowdsourcing user studies with Mechanical Turk
    Aniket Kittur, Ed H. Chi, Bongwon Suh
    CHI '08 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2008
  70. Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi, Aniket Kittur, Bryan A. Pendleton. Lifting the Veil: Improving Accountability and Social Transparency in Wikipedia with WikiDashboard. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human-factors in Computing Systems (CHI2008), pp. 1037-1040. ACM Press, 2008. Florence, Italy.
    (18% acceptance rate)
  71. Victoria Bellotti, James Bo Begole, Ed H. Chi, Nicolas Ducheneaut, Ji Fang, Ellen Isaacs, Tracy King, Mark Newman, Kurt Partridge, Bob Price, Paul Rasmussen, Michael Roberts, Diane J. Schiano, Alan Walendowski. Activity-Based Serendipitous Recommendations with the Magitti Mobile Leisure Guide. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human-factors in Computing Systems (CHI2008), pp. 1157-1166. ACM Press, 2008. Florence, Italy.
    ACM link
  72. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, Bongwon Suh, Aniket Kittur, Bryan Pendleton, Todd Mytkowicz. Augmented Social Cognition. In Proceedings of AAAI Spring Symposium on Social Information Processing. AAAI Press, March 26 2008.
  73. 2007

  74. Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi, Bryan A. Pendleton, Aniket Kittur. Us vs. Them: Understanding Social Dynamics in Wikipedia with Revert Graph Visualizations. In Proc. of the IEEE 2007 Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST2007) Symposium, pp. 163--170. Oct. 2007. Sacramento, CA. IEEE CS Press.
  75. Ed H. Chi, Michelle Gumbrecht, Lichan Hong. Visual Foraging of Highlighted Text: An Eye-tracking Study. In Proc. of HCI International Conference (HCII 2007), LNCS 4552, pp. 589--598, July 2007. Beijing, China.
  76. Ed H. Chi. Peter Pirolli, Shyong K. Lam. Aspects of Augmented Social Cognition: Social Information Foraging and Social Search. In Proc. of HCI International Conference (HCII 2007), Online Communities and Social Computing. LNCS 4564, pp. 60--69, July 2007. Beijing, China.
  77. Aniket Kittur, Ed H. Chi, Bryan A. Pendleton, Bongwon Suh, Todd Mytkowicz. Power of the Few vs. Wisdom of the Crowd: Wikipedia and the Rise of the Bourgeoisie. Presented at alt.CHI at ACM SIGCHI Conference 2007. April, 2007. San Jose, CA.
    alt.CHI
  78. Aniket Kittur, Bongwon Suh, Bryan Pendleton, Ed H. Chi. He Says, She Says: Conflict and Coordination in Wikipedia. In Proc. of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI2007), pp. 453--462, April 2007. ACM Press. San Jose, CA.
    Talk Slides
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceHe says, she says: conflict and coordination in Wikipedia
    Aniket Kittur, Bongwon Suh, Bryan A. Pendleton, Ed H. Chi
    CHI '07 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2007
  79. 2006

  80. Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Julie Heiser, Stuart K. Card. ScentIndex: Conceptually Reorganizing Subject Indexes for Reading. In Proc. of the IEEE 2006 Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST2006) Symposium, pp. 159--166. Oct. 2006. Baltimore, MD. IEEE CS Press.
    Slides
  81. Eric Bier, Eddie Ishak, Ed Chi. Entity Workspace: an evidence file that aids memory, inference, and reading. In Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) 2006, pp. 466--472. May 23, 2006. San Diego, CA. Springer Link
  82. Eric Bier, Eddie Ishak, Ed Chi. Entity quick click: rapid text copying based on automatic entity extraction. In Proc. of CHI 2006 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 562-567. April, 2006. ACM Press.
  83. Peter Pirolli, Wai-tat Fu, Ed H. Chi, Ayman Farahat. Information Scent and Web Navigation: Theory, Models, and Automated Usability Evaluation. In Next Wave: NSA's Review of Emerging Technologies, vol. 15, no. 2, Spring 2006.
  84. 2005

  85. Pirolli, P. L.; Fu, W.; Chi, E. H.; Farahat, A. O. Information scent and web navigation: Theory, models, and automated usability evaluation. In Proceedings of Human Computer Interaction International 2005. July 22-27, 2005. Las Vegas, Nevada. PARC Link
  86. Lichan Hong, Ed H. Chi, Stuart K. Card. Annotating 3D Electronic Books. In Proc. of the Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference (CHI2005) Conference Companion, pp. 1463--1466. ACM Press, 2005. Portland, Oregon.
  87. Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Michelle Gumbrecht, Stuart K. Card. ScentHighlights: highlighting conceptually-related sentences during reading. In Proc. of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, pp. 272--274. ACM Press, January 2005. San Diego, CA.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceScentHighlights: highlighting conceptually-related sentences during reading
    Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Michelle Gumbrecht, Stuart K. Card
    IUI '05 Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces, 2005
  88. 2004

  89. Ed H. Chi, Jin Song, Greg Corbin. 'Killer App' of Wearable Computing: Wireless Force Sensing Body Protectors for Martial Arts. In Proc. of 17th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, pp. 277--285. ACM Press, October, 2004. Santa Fe, NM.
    Video demo Video of UIST demo
    ACM DL Author-ize service"Killer App" of wearable computing: wireless force sensing body protectors for martial arts
    Ed H. Chi, Jin Song, Greg Corbin
    UIST '04 Proceedings of the 17th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology, 2004
  90. Stuart K. Card, Lichan Hong, Jock D. Mackinlay, Ed H. Chi. 3Book: A 3D Electronic Smart Book. In Proceedings of the Advanced Visual Interface (AVI2004), pp. 303-307. ACM Press, 2004. Gallipoli, Italy.
    Video
    ACM DL Author-ize service3Book: a 3D electronic smart book
    Stuart K. Card, Lichan Hong, Jock D. Mackinlay, Ed H. Chi
    AVI '04 Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces, 2004
  91. Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Julie Heiser, Stuart K. Card. eBooks with Indexes that Reorganize Conceptually. In Proc. of the Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference (CHI2004) Conference Companion, pp. 1223--1226. ACM Press, 2004. Vienna, Austria.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceeBooks with indexes that reorganize conceptually
    Ed H. Chi, Lichan Hong, Julie Heiser, Stuart K. Card
    CHI EA '04 CHI '04 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2004
  92. Stuart K. Card, Lichan Hong, Jock D. Mackinlay, and Ed H. Chi. 3Book: A Scalable 3D Virtual Book. In Proceedings of the Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference (CHI2004) Conference Companion, pp. 1095--1098. ACM Press, 2004. Vienna, Austria.
    Video
  93. 2003

  94. Ed H. Chi, Adam Rosien, Gesara Suppattanasiri, Amanda Williams, Christiaan Royer, Celia Chow, Erica Robles, Brinda Dalal, Julie Chen, Steve Cousins. The Bloodhound Project: Automating Discovery of Web Usability Issues using the InfoScent(tm) Simulator. In Proc. of ACM CHI 2003 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 505--512. ACM Press, April 2003. Fort Lauderdale, FL.
    (16% acceptance rate)
  95. 2002

  96. Ed H. Chi, Adam S. Rosien, Jeffrey Heer. LumberJack: Intelligent Discovery and Analysis of Web User Traffic Composition. In Proc. ACM-SIGKDD Workshop on Web Mining for Usage Patterns and User Profiles (WebKDD 2002), pp. 1--16. Springer, July 2002. Edmonton, Canada.
    Springer Link
  97. Ed H. Chi. Expressiveness of the Data Flow and Data State Models in Visualization Systems. In Proc. of the Advanced Visual Interfaces Conference, pp. 375--378. ACM Press, May 2002. Trento, Italy.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceExpressiveness of the data flow and data state models in visualization systems
    Ed H. Chi
    AVI '02 Proceedings of the Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, 2002
  98. Jeffrey Heer, Ed H. Chi. Separating the Swarm: Categorization Methods for User Access Sessions on the Web. In Proc. of ACM CHI 2002 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 243--250. ACM Press, April 2002. Minneapolis, MN.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceSeparating the swarm: categorization methods for user sessions on the web
    Jeffrey Heer, Ed H. Chi
    CHI '02 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2002
    (15% acceptance rate)
  99. Jeffrey Heer, Ed H. Chi. Mining the Structure of User Activity using Cluster Stability. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Web Analytics, Second SIAM Conference on Data Mining. April, 2002. Arlington, VA.
  100. 2001

  101. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, Kim Chen, James Pitkow. Using Information Scent to Model User Information Needs and Actions on the Web. In Proc. of ACM CHI 2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 490--497. ACM Press, April 2001. Seattle, WA.
    (20% acceptance rate)
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceUsing information scent to model user information needs and actions and the Web
    Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, Kim Chen, James Pitkow
    CHI '01 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2001
  102. Jeffrey Heer, Ed H. Chi. Identification of Web User Traffic Composition using Multi-Modal Clustering and Information Scent. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Web Mining, SIAM Conference on Data Mining, pp. 51--58. April 7th, 2001. Chicago, IL.
  103. 2000

  104. Ed H. Chi. A Taxonomy of Visualization Techniques using the Data State Reference Model. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis '00), pp. 69--75. IEEE Press, 2000. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  105. Colin Ware, Ed H. Chi, Rich Gossweiler. Visual Perception for Data Visualization. Tutorial at CHI 2000. In Proc. of the Human Factor in Computing Systems Conference (CHI 2000) Extended Abstract. April, 2000, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  106. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli, James Pitkow. The Scent of a Site: A System for Analyzing and Predicting Information Scent, Usage, and Usability of a Web Site. In Proc. of ACM CHI 2000 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 161--168, 581, 582. ACM Press, 2000. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Figures
    (21% acceptance rate)
  107. Allison Woodruff, Rich Gossweiler, James Pitkow, Ed H. Chi, Stuart K. Card. Enhancing a Digital Book with a Reading Recommender. In Proc. of ACM CHI 2000 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 153--160, 580. ACM Press, 2000. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    (21% acceptance rate)
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceEnhancing a digital book with a reading recommender
    Allison Woodruff, Rich Gossweiler, James Pitkow, Ed H. Chi, Stuart K. Card
    CHI '00 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2000
  108. Ed H. Chi, John T. Riedl. Case Study: Resource Steering in a Visualization System. In Proceedings of the Joint Eurographics - IEEE TCVG Symposium on Visualization (VisSym '00), pp. 269--277. Springer-Verlag, May, 2000. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  109. 1997--1999

  110. Ed H. Chi, Stuart K. Card. Sensemaking of Evolving Web Sites using Visualization Spreadsheets. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis '99), pp. 18--25, 142. IEEE Press, 1999. San Francisco, CA.
  111. Ed H. Chi, John T. Riedl. An Operator Interaction Framework for Visualization Systems. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis '98), pp. 63--70. IEEE Press, 1998. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
  112. Ed H. Chi, James Pitkow, Jock Mackinlay, Peter Pirolli, Rich Gossweiler, Stuart K. Card. Visualizing the Evolution of Web Ecologies. In Proc. of ACM CHI 98 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 400--407, 644--645. ACM Press, 1998. Los Angeles, California.
    (23% acceptance rate)
  113. Ed H. Chi, Phillip Barry, John Riedl, Joseph Konstan. A Spreadsheet Approach to Information Visualization. In Proc. of the Symposium on Information Visualization (InfoVis '97), pp. 17--24,116. IEEE CS, 1997. Phoenix, Arizona. HTML PDF gzipped Postscript Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3
  114. Ed H. Chi, Joseph Konstan, Phillip Barry, John Riedl. A Spreadsheet Approach to Information Visualization. (Formal Demonstration) In Proc. of ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST '97), pp. 79--80. ACM Press, 1997. Banff, Canada.
    ACM DL Author-ize serviceA spreadsheet approach to information visualization
    Ed Huai-hsin Chi, Joseph Konstan, Phillip Barry, John Riedl
    UIST '97 Proceedings of the 10th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology, 1997
  115. 1995--1996

  116. Ed H. Chi, John Riedl, Elizabeth Shoop, John V. Carlis, Ernest Retzel, and Phillip Barry. Flexible Information Visualization of Multivariate Data from Biological Sequence Similarity Searches. In Proc. of IEEE Visualization '96, pp. 133--140, 477. IEEE CS Press, 1996. HTML PDF gzipped Postscript
  117. Ed H. Chi, Phillip Barry, Elizabeth Shoop, John Carlis, Ernest Retzel, and John Riedl. Visualization of Biological Sequence Similarity Search Results. In Proc. of IEEE Visualization '95, pp. 44--51. IEEE CS Press, 1995. HTML PDF gzipped Postscript Both color pages Color page 1 gzipped Postscript Color page 2 gzipped Postscript
  118. Elizabeth Shoop, Ed Chi, John Carlis, Paul Bieganski, John Riedl, Neal Dalton, Tom Newman, and Ernest Retzel. Implementation and Testing of an Automated EST Processing and Analysis System. In Lawrence Hunter and Bruce Shriver, editors. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, pp. 52--61. Vol. 5. IEEE CS Press, January, 1995.
  119. Kristi Swope, Paul Bieganski, Ed Chi, Elizabeth Shoop, O. Holt, John Carlis, John Riedl, Tom Newman, and Ernest Retzel. Does ELVIS (GA[AG]CT[ACGT]GT[ACGT]AT[ACT]TC[ACGT]TA[AG]) Live in Minnesota's Arabidopsis Databank? Weed's World: The International Electronic Arabidopsis Newsletter. 2(iii):11-18. December, 1995. [http://nasc.life.nott.ac.uk:8300/]
  120. Kristi Swope, Tom Newman, Elizabeth Shoop, Paul Bieganski, Ed Chi, O.Holt, John Carlis, John Riedl, and Ernest Retzel. Everything you wanted to know about the University of Minnesota's analysis of Arabidopsis ESTs but were afraid to ask. Weed's World: The International Electronic Arabidopsis Newsletter. 2(ii):21-26. August, 1995. [http://nasc.life.nott.ac.uk:8300/]

    Technical Reports

  1. Ed H. Chi. The Future of Software: Visualization+Computation Tools. Future of Software Special Issue (opinion piece), Fawcette Technical Publishing.
  2. Nisha Agarwal, Elizabeth Shoop, Ed Chi, and John Riedl. Sensitivity Analysis of the FASTA and BLASTX Sequence Homology Algorithms. Number TR96-042. University of Minnesota, Computer Science Department, Minneapolis, MN, June, 1996.
  3. Ed Huai-hsin Chi, John Riedl, John V. Carlis, and Ernest Retzel. Computational Steering with Resource Management for Multivariate Data from Biological Sequence Similarity Searches.
  4. Ed Huai-hsin Chi, Elizabeth Shoop, John V. Carlis Phillip Barry, Ernest Retzel, and John Riedl. A Novel Representation and Visualization Method for Biological Sequence Similarity Reports.
  5. Ed Huai-hsin Chi, Elizabeth Shoop, John Carlis, Ernest Retzel, and John Riedl. Efficiency of Shared-Memory Multiprocessors for a Genetic Sequence Similarity Search Algorithm. Number TR97-05. Univeresity of Minnesota, Computer Science Department, Minneapolis, MN, Janurary, 1997. gzipped PostScript
  6. Ed Huai-hsin Chi. Visualization of Biological Sequence Similarity Algorithm Reports. In Twelfth Midwest Chinese American Science and Technology Conference. St Louis, MI. June, 1995. Received Outstanding Paper Award.
  7. E. F. Retzel, K. L. Swope, E. Shoop, O. Holt, J. V. Carlis, E. Chi, P. Barry, P. Bieganski, A. Lundberg, J. Riedl and T. Newman. Exploring the EST Data Mines. In The Plant Molecular Reporter. 1995.
  8. Tamara Munzner, Paul Burchard, Ed H. Chi. Visualization through the World Wide Web with Geomview, Cyberview, W3Kit, and WebOOGL. The Second International WWW Conference '94: Mosaic and the Web. Chicago, USA, October 1994.
  9. Ed H. Chi. Info for a Free Unix Operating System. In Technolog, University of Minnesota, 1994.
  10. Ed H. Chi A tutorial on Computational Molecular Biology.

    Conference Abstracts, Posters, and Workshops (some lightly refereed)

  1. Wilson, M. L. L., Resnick, P., Coyle, D., & Chi, E. H. (2013). RepliCHI: the workshop. CHI2013 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 3159--3162).
  2. Paul, S.A., Hong, L., and Chi, E.H. (2011). What is a Question? Crowdsourcing Tweet Categorization. In Workshop on Crowdsourcing and Human Computation at the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011).
  3. Benjamin Hanrahan, Thiebaud Weksteen, Nicholas Kong, Gregorio Convertino, Guillaume Bouchard, Cedric Archambeau, Ed H. Chi. Mail2Wiki: Posting and Curating Wiki Content from Email. (Demo) In Proc. of Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) 2011. Feb., 2011. Palo Alto, CA.
  4. Convertino, G.; Grasso, A.; De Michelis, G.; Millen, D. R.; Chi, E. H. CIorg - collective intelligence in organizations: tools and studies. In Proc. of 16th ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP'10); 2010 November 7-10; Sanibel, FL. NY: ACM; 2010; 355-358.
  5. Convertino, G.; Hanrahan, B.; Kong, N.; Weksteen, T.; Chi, E. H.; Bouchard, G.; Archambeau, C. Mail2Wiki: low-cost sharing and organization on wikis. Workshop on Collective Intelligence in Organizations: Tools and Studies at ACM GROUP'10; 2010 November 7; Sanibel Island FL.
  6. Bernstein, M.; Kairam, S.; Suh, B.; Hong, L.; Chi, E. H. A torrent of tweets: managing information overload in online social streams. CHI 2010 Workshop on Microblogging.; 2010 April 11; Atlanta, GA.
  7. Suh, B.; Hong, L.; Convertino, G.; Chi, E. H.; Bernstein, M. Sensemaking with tweeting: exploiting microblogging for knowledge workers. CHI 2010 Microblogging Workshop; 2010 April 11; Atlanta, GA.
  8. Ed H. Chi, Rowan Nairn. Information Seeking with Social Signals: Anatomy of a Social Tag-based Exploratory Search Browser. In IUI2010 Workshop on Social Recommender Systems. Feb 2010, Hong Kong.
    Slides
  9. Convertino, G.; Grasso, A.; DiMicco, J. M.; De Michelis, G.; Chi, E. H. Collective intelligence in organizations: toward a research agenda. ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010); 2010 February 6-10; Savannah, GA. NY: ACM; 2010; 613-614.
  10. G. Convertino, T. Stricker, S. Kairam, A. Grasso, P. Pirolli, E. Chi, E. Bascaran. Learning Communities in a Large Enterprise. In TEL-CoPs'09: 3rd International Workshop on Building Technology Enhanced Learning solutions for Communities of Practice (at 4th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning).
  11. Convertino, G., Pirolli, P., Chi, E., Vicario, T., Stricker, T.M. & Vastola, G.S. Cases of online learning communities in a large enterprise. CHI2009 Workshop on Social Mediating Technologies.
  12. Nelson, L.; Pirolli, P. L.; Hong, L.; Chi, E. H.; Held, C. Examining the impact of social annotations in sensemaking tasks. CHI2009 Workshop on Sensemaking.
  13. Ed H. Chi. A position paper on 'Living Laboratories': Rethinking Ecological Designs and Experimentation in Human-Computer Interaction. Presented at 2009 HCIC Workshop. Frasier, Colorado, Feb 2009.
    Talk Slides
  14. Brynn Evans, Ed H. Chi. Towards a Model of Understanding Social Search. In CIKM workshop on Social Media Search. 2008. Napa, CA.
  15. Begole, J.; Bellotti, V.; Chi, E. H.; Ducheneaut, N.; Newman, M.; Partridge, K. Mobile recommendations for leisure activities. International Workshop on Recommendation and Collaboration at IUI 2008; 2008 January 13; Canary Islands, Spain.
  16. P. Pirolli and E. Chi, Lichan Hong. LATEST: A System for Active Learning about Emerging Science and Technology. Presented at 2008 HCIC Workshop. Frasier, Colorado, Jan 2008.
  17. Ed H. Chi, Lawrence Lee. Web 2.0 in the Enterprise: Improving collaboration through research insights in coordination costs. KMWorld and Intranets 2007. Nov 7, 2007.
  18. Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli. Social Information Foraging and Social Search. HCIC 2006, Fraser, CO. Feb, 2006.
  19. Ed H. Chi. Acceptance of UbiComp Technology in Sports. UbiComp2005 conference workshop on Sports in Technology. Tokyo, Japan. Sep. 2005.
  20. Ed H. Chi. Building Tools based on Sensemaking Models. CHI2005 Workshop on Sensemaking. Portland, OR. April 2005.
  21. Ed H. Chi. Transient User Profiling. In Proceedings of the Workshop on User Profiling at CHI2004. 2004. Vienna, Austria.
  22. Ed H. Chi. Killer App: Force Sensors in Martial Arts. HCIC 2004 Workshop, Fraser, CO. Feb, 2004.
  23. Ed H. Chi. The information scent project: automating discovery of Web usability issues. CHI 2002 Workshop on Automatically Evaluating the Usability of Web Sites; 2002 April 20-25; Minneapolis; MN; USA.
  24. Ed H. Chi. Scent of the Web. Institute for Mathematics and its Applications Workshop on Digital Library and Information Access, Feburary 28, 2001.
  25. Ed H. Chi. Webology and Information Scent. Internet Archive Colloquium. March 8, 2000.
  26. Ed H. Chi. Web Analysis Visualization Spreadsheet. ACM Digital Library Workshop on Organizing Web Space (WOWS '99). pp. 24--31. August, 1999.
  27. Ed H. Chi. Web Analysis Visualization Spreadsheet. Workshop on Organizing Web Site Information, CHI 1999.
  28. Ed H. Chi. Spreadsheet for Information Visualizatoin. Basic Research Symposium, CHI 1998.
  29. Ernest F. Retzel, Kristi L. Swope, Elizabeth Shoop, Olaf Holt, John V. Carlis, Ed Chi, Paul Bieganski, John Riedl and Tom Newman. [1996]. EST Informatics. Plant Genome IV. San Diego.
  30. Kristi L. Swope, Paul Bieganski, Elizabeth Shoop, Olaf Holt, John V. Carlis, Ed Chi, Phillip Barry, John Riedl, Tom Newman and Ernest F. Retzel. [1996]. Plant Molecular Informatics Tools at the University of Minnesota. Plant Genome IV. San Diego.
  31. T. Newman, E.F. Retzel, E. Shoop, E. Chi and C. Somerville [1995]. Arabidopsis thaliana Expressed Sequence Tags: Generation, Analysis and Dissemination. Plant Genome III: International Conference on the Status of Plant Genome Research. San Diego, CA.
  32. E. F. Retzel, E. Shoop, J. V. Carlis, K. Swope, E. Chi, P. Barry, P. Bieganski, O. Holt, J. Riedl and T. Newman [1995]. The Arabidopsis cDNA Sequencing Project: Blind Analysis of Anonymous ESTs. Plant Genome III: International Conference on the Status of Plant Genome Research. San Diego, CA.
  33. T. Newman, E. Shoop, K. L. Swope, E. Chi, P. Bieganski, O. Holt and E. F. Retzel [1995]. The Arabidopsis cDNA Sequencing Project: An update on Clones, Libraries, and Informational Output. Sixth International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, WI
  34. E. F. Retzel, K. L. Swope, E. Shoop, O. Holt, J. V. Carlis, E. Chi, P. Barry, P. Bieganski, A. Lundberg, J. Riedl. and T. Newman. [1995] The Arabidopsis cDNA Sequencing Project: Biological Information Processing, Management and Retrieval. Sixth International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, WI
  35. Swope, K.L., E. Shoop, P. Bieganski, N. Agarwal, J.V. Carlis, J. Riedl, O. Holt, E.H. Chi, T.C. Newman and E. F. Retzel. [1996]. "Determining the function of genes by EST analysis: Do high quality sequences provide the most information?" Eighth International Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference. Hilton Head, SC, October, 1996. Abstract C-28. In: Microbial & Comparative Genomics. 1(3):255
  36. Shoop, E., J.V. Carlis, E. H. Chi,. N. Agarwal, P. Bieganski, J. Riedl, K. Swope, E. F. Retzel [1996]. "An Automated Processing System and Database System for EST Similarity Analysis." Intelligent Systems in Molecular Biology Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, June, 1996.
  37. Elizabeth Shoop, Paul Bieganski, Ed Chi, Olaf Holt, Troy Hanson, John Carlis, John Riedl, Kristi Swope, Ernest Retzel, Thomas Newman. Issues Related to Access and Manipulation of a Molecular Sequence Similarity Database. Workshop on New Paradigms in Information Visualization and Manipulation, in Conjunction with the ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM'95).

Hobby

Snowboarding, Taekwondo Black Belt (Occasional Student Instructor), Photography, Motorcycling, Poetry, Guitar, Sushi and Gourmet Food/Wine, Reading/Writing, Drawing, Pottery, Art Design, Table Tennis, Swing Dancing, (roughtly in order of frequency).

References

References available upon request.


Ed H. Chi (chi [at] acm.org)
Copyright 1996-2014 Ed H. Chi