Berkeley Institute of Design
Spring 2019 Seminar Series
Tuesdays 12-1pm, BiD Lab Hearst Memorial Mining Building 354/360
The BiD Seminar Series is a weekly graduate-level seminar that probes topics spanning human-computer interaction, mechanical design, education, architecture and art practice.
Invited speakers join us from academia, industry, research, and practice from around the world. The seminar is open to the Berkeley community and the general public.
Next up ...
2 April, 12-1 PM, BiD Lab
UC Berkeley Professor
2 AprilDor Abrahamson · UC Berkeley
9 AprilAndrew P. Sabelhaus · Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley
Quadruped Robots with Tensegrity Spines
12 AprilSha Xin Wei · Arizona State University
Improvising and Prototyping Social Forms in Responsive Environments
16 AprilRichard Lin and Forrest Huang · UC Berkeley
23 AprilNiloufar Salehi · UC Berkeley
30 AprilMark Fuge · University of Maryland, College Park
Learning to Computationally Design Engineered Systems
7 MayCarmine Cella ·
Can Picasso think in shapes? From signal representations to musical creation
14 MayJaron Lanier ·
19 MarchMark Whiting · Stanford University
Scaled humanity: computational scaffolds for pro-social interaction in-the-large
12 MarchCésar Torres and Andrew Head · UC Berkeley
"A Conversation with Actuators: An Exploratory Design Environment for Hybrid Materials" and "Managing Messes in Computational Notebooks"
5 MarchMuhammad Mustafa Hussain · KAUST
Widely Deployable Add-On Interactive Electronics for Internet of Everything (IoE) Applications
26 FebruaryPablo Paredes · Pervasive Wellbeing Technology Lab, Precision Health and Integrated Diagnosis Center, School of Medicine, Stanford University
Proactive Health Design - Stress Management "In the Wild"