Pardis (Paris) Miri
University of California, Santa Cruz
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Masters @ UC, San Diego
Previously, I was a Master’s student at the Department of Computer Science, University of California, San Diego, working with Professor Keith Marzullo and Professor Amin Vahdat. Words fail to express my indebtedness to both of them. Their support in times of trouble and their unwavering belief in my potential as a researcher has always been a motive for me to live up to their expectations.
My M.S. focus was on datacenter networking and my M.S. thesis topic was "Miswirings Diagnosis, Detection, and Recovery in Data Centers".
PhD @UC, Santa Cruz and Stanford University
Currently, I am a Computer Science Ph.D. student at UC, Santa Cruz and a visiting scholar at Stanford University doing research in an interdisciplinary area of Human-Computer Interaction under the supervision of Professor Katherine Isbister James Gross, and Keith Marzullo. My research interest focuses on improving emotion regulation via technology affordances (in particular haptics).
About 540 papers were accepted to CHI 2016, out of which 69 received the Honorable Mention award, 20 received the Best paper award, and one received the best of all, “Golden Mouse” award. To classify those 20 papers that received the best paper awards, it seems to me that, 25% of them are with regards… Continue Reading CHI16 Review
E-Wear Confernce @ Stanford Zhenan Bao (Chemical Engineering) – Self Healing Stretchable Artificial Skin A world beyond smartphones: Back in the time we had desktops, then smartphones came alone, and now is the era of smart clothing and peripherals (i.e., smart watches and smart glasses) and then is going to be era of Derma sensors on… Continue Reading eWear Conference @Stanford
Recently I was pointed to Kokobot app (http://itskoko.com/) so I decided to give it a try today. I have the Telegram app installed on my iPhone so I quickly searched for @TheKokoBot username and right away the bot started chatting with me. Side Note: I have mixed feelings about Telegram app: Here is the news about… Continue Reading Social Emotion Regulation via Crowdsourcing
Jonathan Scratch from USC He started the talk by an example of an emotionally intelligent machine that is used for therapy of PTST patients. The machine is in form of human avatar with human voice and facial expressions while speaking. The machine does facial expression recognition, semantic analysis of what the patient says, detects affect… Continue Reading HCI seminar @Stanford -Jonathan Scratch from USC
This video is a joint talk by Professor Gross and Professor Duckworth on the topic of self-control, in particular self-control of emotions (i.e., emotion regulation). Here are a few great research questions presented at the end of this talk To what extend situational strategies in James Gross’s process model of emotion regulation ( i.e., situation… Continue Reading Emotion Regulation Model for Self-Control