Berkeley Institute of Design

Spring 2020 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.

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Design as a Mode and Product of Inquiry

4 February, 12-1 PM, BiD Lab

James Pierce
California College of the Arts Assistant Professor of Design

James Pierce is an Assistant Professor of Design at California College of the Arts, a Research Engineer at the UC Berkeley CITRIS and Banatao Institute, and a research affiliate of the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity. Working at the intersection of interaction design and human-computer interaction (HCI), his research integrates designing and making with qualitative empirical research, and theoretical and critical analyses. Funded by the National Science Foundation and Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, Pierce’s current research addresses privacy, security, and ethical challenges related to interactive, networked, and data-enabled technologies.


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