Katie in Chicago

Katie A. Siek
(FKA Katie A. Moor)
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of Colorado at Boulder

430 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0430 USA
Tel: (303) 492-5066
Fax: (303) 492-2844
ksiek-at-colorado.edu
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Past Events

Panel: I'm a presenter on The Impact of Health IT Systems on Patient-Provider Interaction panel with Yunan Chen, Karen Cheng, Charlotte Tang, and Jakob Bardram held at CHI 2013

Paper: PTViz: Towards a Wearable Device for Visualizing Knee Rehabilitation Exercises to appear at CHI 2013

Program Committee: CHI 2013

Workshop: Co-Chair for the Workshop for Interactive Systems in Healthcare 2012 (WISH 2012) at AMIA 2012 Annual Symposium

Papers: We will present two papers at Pervasive Healthcare

Workshop: Co-Organizer for Evaluating Off-the-Shelf Tech for Personal Health Monitoring at UbiComp 2012

Paper: Exploring Low SES Health Routines with Multimedia Elicitations in JOPM

Award: We received a CRA-W and Coalition to Diversity Computing Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) to explore wearable computing for rehabilitation.

Award: Distinguished Visiting Fellowship from SICSA

Workshop: Co-Organizer for Wellness Interventions and HCI at Pervasive Healthcare

Program Committee: Pervasive Healthcare 2012

Program Committee & Doctoral Consortium Committee: CHI 2012

Paper: Low Literacy Interface Design was accepted to IHI 2012

Keynote: I am the keynote presenter at InWIC 2012

Paper: A Comprehensive Case Study [of the Colorado Care Tablet] in JOMS

Program Committee: 2011 AMIA Fall Symposium

Papers: 3 Papers (Health Bridge Prototypes, Electroluminescence Physical Therapy, and GK12 Health) were accepted to WISH 2011

Steering Committee: WISH 2011

Faculty Mentor: 5th Doctoral Consortium on Sociotechnical Issues in Medical Informatics

Paper: Complementary PHR Development on a Common Platform in JMIR

Paper: Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes in JMIR

Workshop Co-Chair: UbiComp 2011

Advisory Board: Pervasive Healthcare 2011

Papers: We presented 2 papers at Pervasive Healthcare (1 of which is nominated for Best Paper) in Dublin, Ireland May 24-27.

Talk: I gave a talk for ISyE 961 at the University of Wisconsin on 6 May 2011.

Talk: I gave the keynote at the Women in Science Conference on 8 February 2011 at the Science Museum Oklahoma in OKC.

Talk: Designing a Personal Health Application for Older Adults to Manage Medication - Webinar from 30 Nov. 2010 (link)

Talk: I gave one of the Academic Keynotes at the Colorado Celebration of Women in Computing on 5 November 2010 - 9am

Award/Talk: My lab presented two papers at the ACM 1st International Health Informatics Symposium. Our long paper received the Best Regular Paper Award.

Invited Panelist: Imposter Plenary Panel: Addressing Unique Challenges at Grace Hopper 2010 on 1 October 2010; 1:45p; Centennial I-IV

Program Committee: ACM 1st International Health Informatics Symposium

Talk: The Potential of Computing to Improve the Health Information Feedback Loop at the University of Colorado Department of Computer Science on 9 September 2010

Talk: Designing a Games for Health Course in an Interdisciplinary Classroom at Games for Health on 26 May 2010 (slides)

Talk: Colorado Care Tablet: The Design of an Interoperable Personal Health Application to Help Older Adults with Multimorbidity Manage their Medications at Centre for Rural Health at the University of Aberdeen in Inverness on 16 July 2010

Talk: Getting over the Wow Factor: The Iterative Development of a Mobile Health Application at dot.rural at the University of Aberdeen on 9 July 2010

Talk: Exploring How to Motivate Assistive Health Application Use at University of Dundee School of Computing on 8 July 2010

Talk: Don't They Do That? Design Challenges for Electronic Personal Health Records at the University of Edinburgh School of Informatics on 25 June 2010

Talk: Exploring How to Motivate Assistive Health Application Use at Glasgow Interactive Systems Group on 3 June 2010

Workshop Co-Organizer: Wellness Informatics Workshop at CHI 2010 on 10 April 2010

Program Chair: Pervasive Healthcare 2010

Award: Instructor for GEEN 1400 Bike Block Bash group that was awarded the Peoples Choice Award at the 2009 Fall Design Expo (out of 78 projects)

Talk: Presented 2 papers at OzCHI 2009 (23-27 November 2009)

Talk: Exploring How to Motivate Assistive Health Application Use at Centre for Health Informatics (University of New South Wales)

News: College Board AP Computing Advisory Group

Award: Co-investigator on funded NIH R21 Grant that was influenced by my thesis work (Indiana University School of Nursing - J.L. Welch, PI).

Lauren Fosco, Vivian Phinney, and I received a CRA-W CREU award to explore web browsers for older adults.

Co-investigator on funded Project HealthDesign grant (9 funded out of 165)

Workshop Chair: MobiSys 2008, June 17-20, 2008, Breckenridge, Colorado

Invited talk at AMIA 2007 Nursing Informatics Symposium on Saturday, November 10, 2007.

Interested in conducting usability studies in the wild? Submit to our workshop at INTERACT 2007.

Brita Munsinger and I received an EEF Mini to explore gender and computing.

Invited Speaker for the Health Sciences Center Medical Informatics Elective, April 4, 2007.

Co-Chaired Diversity Outreach SIGCSE workshop.

Presented at SIGCSE 2007, March 9 from 4-5:15p and 7-10p.

Invited talk at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Computer Science Department on 1 March 2007.

Invited talk at Center for Computational Pharmacology on February 5, 2007.

Presented at Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare Nov. 29 - Dec. 1, 2006.

Invited talk at the Center for LifeLong Learning and Design (L3D), November 8, 2006.

Invited talk at the Institute of Cognitive Science, October 13, 2006.

Presented at UbiHealth 2006 on September 18, 2006.

Received WIC@IU Woman of the Year Award.

Invited talk at Mi-Tech meeting on 23 September 2006.

Invited talk at the Paul Munger Conference on 21 June 2006 at 9:15am.

My thesis defense is on 24 July 2006 at 10am in LH 101 (pdf).

Our AGEP proposal to help increase the number and diversity of graduate students was accepted.

Invited talk at Georgia Tech Research Institute on 21 February 2006.

Invited talk at IUPUI on 10 March 2006 (11am, SL 210).

Invited talk at CU-Boulder on 3 April 2006 (3:30p, DLC 1B70).

Presenter at CHI 2006 Reality Testing workshop on 22 April 2006.

Presenter at CHI 2006 on 26 April 2006, 16:30-18:00, Healthcare Session.