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*** Please bring this to the attention of students interested in applying
for graduate studies this year. ***

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HCI AT STANFORD

Stanford University has recently added new HCI faculty in Computer Science
and in several affiliated departments. Their research interests include
haptics, natural language, CSCW, and medical visualization. They join
faculty with ongoing work on cognitive theory, visual interfaces,
information spaces (digital libraries), speech, wearable computers, design
of information appliances, bio-computing, educational technologies, and
social responses to computing.

To coordinate interdisciplinary research and teaching, we have created a
Stanford HCI Consortium bringing together 17 faculty from the departments
of Communications, Computer Science, Education,  Industrial Engineering and
Engineering Management, Linguistics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical
Informatics,  Psychology, and Surgery (see
<http://hci.stanford.edu/faculty>).

We are encouraging applications from graduate students in all of these
areas, including both masters and doctoral students in Computer Science
(see <http://hci.stanford.edu/degrees>). Deadlines for application vary by
department.  For Computer Science the deadline is December 15.

For more information, see <http://hci.stanford.edu/hci.html> or contact
Terry Winograd, [log in to unmask]

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