Computer Science members win best paper award

Computer Science professors Giuseppe Carenini and Cristina Conati, post-doctoral fellow Ben Steichen, and graduate students Dereck Toker and Michael Wu won the Springer Best Paper Award at the 2014 International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization (UMAP). Their paper was titled “Te, Te, Hi, Hi: Eye Gaze Sequence Analysis for Informing User-Adaptive Information Visualizations.” Conati won the same award at last year’s UMAP, together with PhD student Samad Kardan.