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Spanning the departments of Computer Science, Information Science, and Communication, bridging campuses in Ithaca, NY, and New York City, scholars and innovators at Cornell University are guiding the field of human-computer interaction. Each year, our rundown of Cornell papers at the annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems illustrates Cornell’s influence, and 2019 is no different.

Cornell Tech faculty and researchers contributed nine out of nineteen papers accepted to the conference from Cornell:

AI-Mediated Communication: How the Perception that Profile Text was Written by AI Affects Trustworthiness
Authors: Maurice Jakesch (Cornell Tech), Megan French (Stanford), Xiao Ma (Cornell Tech), Jeff Hancock (Stanford), and Mor Naaman (Cornell Tech)

Cultivating Care Through Ambiguity: Lessons from a Service Learning Course
Authors: Samar Sabie and Tapan Parikh (both from Cornell Tech)

Designing Interactive 3D Printed Models with Teachers of the Visually Impaired
Authors: Lei Shi (Cornell Tech), Holly Lawson (Portland State), Zhuohao Zhang (Zhejiang University), and Shiri Azenkot (Cornell Tech)

Engaging High School Students in Cameroon with Exam Practice Quizzes via SMS and WhatsApp
Authors: Anthony Poon, François Guimbretière, Sarah Giroux, Nicola Dell, Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue (all of Cornell University and Cornell Tech)

“Everyone Has Some Personal Stuff”: Designing to Support Digital Privacy with Shared Mobile Phone Use in Bangladesh 
Authors: Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed (Info Sci PhD ’17, now at the University of Toronto), Md. Romael Haque (Marquette), Irtaza Haider (Georgia Tech), Jay Chen (NYU), and Nicola Dell (Cornell Tech)

Face and Ecological Validity in Simulations: Lessons from Search-and-Rescue HRI
Authors: Lorin Dole (Google) and Wendy Ju (Cornell Tech)

Is Now A Good Time? An Empirical Study of Vehicle-Driver Communication Timing
Authors: Robert Semmens (NYU), Nikolas Martelaro (Accenture), Pushyami Kaveti (Northeastern), Simon Stent (Cambridge), and Wendy Ju (Cornell Tech)

Unintended Consonances: Methods to Understand Robot Motor Sound Perception
Authors: Dylan Moore (Stanford), Paula Varela (Nofima), Tobias Dahl (SINTEF), Wendy Ju (Cornell Tech), Tormod Naes (Nofima), and Ingunn Berget (Nofima)

When Do People Trust Their Social Groups? 
Authors: Xiao Ma (Cornell Tech/Facebook), Justin Cheng (Facebook), Shankar Iyer (Facebook), and Mor Naaman (Cornell Tech)

Read the full list of Cornell University papers at CHI.