The keynote address at Online Northwest 2011 will be given by Mary Czerwinski.
Mary Czerwinski is a Research Area Manager of the Visualization and Interaction Research group at Microsoft. She holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington. Mary has been an affiliate member of the Psychology Departments at the University of Washington and Rice University, and sits on several academic and professional advisory boards.
Much of Mary's work focuses on novel information visualization and interaction techniques. She is a distinguished scientist of the Association for Computing Machinery and was recently elected into the association’s Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction’s CHI Academy, an honorary group of individuals who have made extensive contributions to the study of Human Computer Interaction and who have led the shaping of the field.
In her keynote address, Mary will speak about work that Microsoft’s Visualization and Interaction Research group is doing on topics such as interruptions, multitasking and group awareness.