Asta works as a Senior Research Designer providing User Experience solutions around emerging technologies pertaining to HCI, Collaborative Computing, and Data Visualization. She first joined MSR in 1997 working for the Virtual Worlds Group. In 2000, she joined the Next Media Group under Curtis Wong where she worked on a variety of projects ranging from interactive television and photo experiences to collaborating with WGBH in Boston to create a rich online experience for the award winning documentary "Commanding Heights". A few years later, she left Research to work with MSN on synchronous communication applications for teens which eventually migrated into Windows where she became the User Experience lead for Windows Live Messenger. She then went on to join Live Labs in 2008 to work on contextual search experiences for consumers. She has recently rejoined her peers in Research and continues to pursue her passion around emerging technologies and more recently, wearables.
She is a Parsons School of Design alumni.
- Laura Pina, Asta Roseway, Mary Czerwinski, and Kael Rowan, In Situ Cues for ADHD Parenting Strategies Using Mobile Technology, IEEE Pervasive Health, May 2014
- Pablo Paredes, Ran Gilad-Bachrach, Asta Roseway, Mary Czerwinski, and Kael Rowan, PopTherapy: Coping with Stress through Pop-Culture, IEEE Pervasive Health, May 2014
- Javier Hernandez, Pablo Paredes, Asta Roseway, and Mary Czerwinski, Under Pressure: Sensing Stress of Computer Users, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2014, April 2014
- Munmun de Choudhury, Michael Gamon, Aaron Hoff, and Asta Roseway, "Moon Phrases": A Social Media Facilitated Tool for Emotional Reflection and Wellness., European Alliance for Innovation, May 2013
- D. MacLean, Asta Roseway, and Mary Czerwinski, MoodWings: A Wearable Biofeedback Device for Real-Time Stress Intervention, PETRA (Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments) 2013, May 2013
- Rupa Patel, Andrea Hartzler, Mary Czerwinski, Wanda Pratt, Anthony Back, and Asta Roseway, Leveraging Visual Feedback from Social Signal Processing to Enhance Clinicians’ Nonverbal Skills, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2013
- John C. Tang, Robert Xiao, Aaron Hoff, Gina Venolia, Patrick Therien, and Asta Roseway, HomeProxy: Exploring a Physical Proxy for Video Communication in the Home, in ACM Conference on Human Computer Interaction (CHI 2013), ACM Conference on Human Computer Interaction Paris, 2013, April 2013
- Felecia Davis, Asta Roseway, Erin Carroll, and Mary Czerwinski, Actuating mood: design of the textile mirror, in TEI '13: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, ACM, February 2013
- John C. Tang, Jennifer Marlow, Aaron Hoff, Asta Roseway, Kori Inkpen, Chen Zhao, and Xiang Cao, Time Travel Proxy: Using Lightweight Video Recordings to Create Asynchronous, Interactive Meetings, in CHI 2012, ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, 5 May 2012
- Kori Inkpen, Honglu Du, Asta Roseway, Aaron Hoff, and Paul Johns, Video Kids: Augmenting Close Friendships with Asynchronous Video Conversations in VideoPal, in CHI 2012, ACM, May 2012
- Meredith Ringel Morris, Scott Counts, Aaron Hoff, Asta Roseway, and Julia Schwarz, Tweeting is Believing? Understanding Microblog Credibility Perceptions, in Proceedings of CSCW 2012, ACM, February 2012
- Jeremy T. Barksdale, Kori Inkpen, Mary Czerwinski, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Asta Roseway, and Gina Venolia, Video Threads: Asynchronous Video Sharing for Temporally Distributed Teams, in CSCW 2012, ACM, February 2012
- Daniel McDuff, Amy Karlson, Ashish Kapoor, Asta Roseway, and Mary Czerwinski, AffectAura: An Intelligent System for Emotional Memory, in CHI 2012, ACM, 2012
- Honglu Du, Kori Inkpen, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Mary Czerwinski, Paul Johns, Aaron Hoff, Asta Roseway, Sarah Morlidge, John Tang, and Tom Gross, VideoPal: Exploring Asynchronous Video-Messaging to Enable Cross-Cultural Friendships, in ECSCW 2011, Springer, 26 September 2011
- Sheridan Martin Small and Asta Roseway, The Printing Dress, International Symposium on Wearable Computers, June 2011
|Jason Salavon Selected for Microsoft Residency
Jason Salavon has been selected for Mircosoft’s Artist-in-Residency Program from August through March 2015. The residency will primarily take place in Microsoft Research's gallery space called Studio 99.
|Feeling Mad? New Devices Can Sense Your Mood and Tell — or Even Text — Others
Work on affective computing at Microsoft Research is exploring how wearable devices can help monitor stress in people's lives.
|Studio 99 Melds Art and Science
For decades, there have been artist-in-residency programs within scientific and academic communities. An exhibit in Redmond, Wash., presents the results of Microsoft Research’s collaborations with its first artist-in-residence, James George.
|Learn How Microsoft Researchers Are Using Wearable Technology to Read Your Moods
Mary Czerwinski and Asta Roseway of Microsoft Research are investigating “affective computing,” systems that try to identify your current mood and react accordingly.
|Social Search Social Builds Bridges
With a pair of conferences occurring in the Seattle region in consecutive weeks, Microsoft Research Connections took the weekend between them to host a social for attendees to network, to exchange views, and to nurture research collaborations.
|Video: Wearable Technology in the Microsoft CES booth: Pt1
The Printing Dress from Microsoft Research made its public debut during CES 2012.