• Drone

    The 9th Collective Intentionality Conference

    by  • September 7, 2014 • 0 Comments

    The ninth biennial Collective Intentionality conference will be held at Indiana University Bloomignton from September 10th-13th. CROMI members Danial Qaurooni and Hamid Ekbia will have a presentation titled “Extended Minds and Mediated Actions: The Case of Drones“.

    Read more →
    Big Data Is Not A Monolith

    Workshop: Big Data Is Not A Monolith

    by  • August 10, 2014 • 0 Comments

    From the workshop website: “On October 10, 2014, Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law and School of Informatics and Computing will host a workshop on Big Data in cooperation with the Center for Research on Mediated Interaction (“CROMI”) and the Center for Intellectual Property Research.This interdisciplinary workshop, titled “Big Data is Not a Monolith,” will...

    Read more →

    Cassidy Sugimoto among 2014-15 Academic Leadership Program fellows

    by  • July 22, 2014

    Cassidy Sugimoto

    CROMI co-director Cassidy Sugimoto is among the four faculty members, selected as 2014-15 fellows for the Academic Leadership Program, which helps develop leadership skills of professors who are strong candidates for pursuing careers in academic administration. Here is the link to the IU news story. Congratulations Cassidy!

    Read more →

    Bonnie Nardi on Heteromation

    by  • April 23, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Bannie Nardi

    From University of California Irvine, Bonnie Nardi will be giving a presentation in the School of Informatics at IU Bloomington, titled: “Heteromation: Dividing Labour between People and Machines”  (flyer) 1:30pm, May 5, 2014 Informatics East, Room 130 Abstract: “Historically, computing has fashioned various divisions of labor between people and machines. Computing began with an...

    Read more →

    Poster on Big Data by CROMI, CIPR and D2I

    by  • September 27, 2013 • 0 Comments

    BD poster

    Members from Center for Research on Mediated Interaction (CROMI), Center for Intellectual Property Research (CIPR) and Data to Insight Center (D2I) at Indiana University Bloomington presented a poster titled “BIGDATA, BIGGER DILEMMAS: A Critical Review” at the Inauguration Ceremony of the School of Informatics and Computing on September 27, 2013.

    Read more →

    Game development work reported in New York Times

    by  • April 21, 2013 • 0 Comments


    The New York Time recently ran an article featuring some of the work on game development for health care, done by Dr.Hamid Ekbia and his colleagues: “Dr. Hamid Ekbia, a research professor at Indiana University Bloomington, is developing a game system for stroke patients that would automatically document, maintain and analyze data on the...

    Read more →

    Assisting stroke sufferers with video games

    by  • March 19, 2013 • 0 Comments

    Hamid Ekbia

    “Hamid Ekbia, Ph.D., associate professor of information science at the IU School of Library and Information Science at IU Bloomington, is the recipient of an Indiana CTSI Research Invention and Scientific Commercialization Grant supporting work to modify existing video game systems — such as the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Kinect — to provide in-home...

    Read more →