Brian Meyers has worked at Microsoft since 1989. Most of that time was spent working on development of programming languages, tools, and libraries. Since 1997 he has been working in Microsoft Research in Redmond, Washington. He is currently working on DrawBridgethe library OS, focusing on the user interfaces for managing processes between machines and the into the cloud.
Before that Brian worked on the "ecosystem" of devices that we all work with everyday as we move from home to cars to work carrying with us smart phones and laptops. How can all these systems work together? What tools can help us organize and share this information between devices. And most importantly - how can we maintain our context as the devices we interact with change.
An example of these types of systems is the Courier Demo (http://research.microsoft.com/apps/video/?id=148114 ).
- A. J. Bernheim Brush, Brian R. Meyers, and James Scott, In-Home Deployments, Elsevier, October 2014.
- James Scott, A.J. Bernheim Brush, John Krumm, Brian Meyers, Mike Hazas, Steve Hodges, and Nicolas Villar, PreHeat: Controlling Home Heating Using Occupancy Prediction, in Proceedings of UbiComp 2011, ACM, September 2011.
- T. Scott Saponas, Brian R. Meyers, and A.J. Bernheim Brush, Human-Activity Recognition (HAR) Everywhere: Embedded, Mobile, Desktop, Home & Cloud, in Pervasive 2011 Workshop: Frontiers in Activity Recognition using Pervasive Sensing (IWFAR), Microsoft Research, June 2011.
- A.J. Brush, Kori Inkpen, Paul Johns, and Brian Meyers, Speech@Home:An Exploratory Study, in CHI 2011, ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, 9 May 2011.
- Kori Inkpen, Honglu Du, Asta Roseway, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Mary Czerwinski, Aaron Hoff, Paul Johns, Brian Meyers, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Tom Gross, and Peter Ljungstrand, VideoPal: An Asynchronous Video Based Communication System, in Demo at CSCW 2011, Microsoft Research, March 2011.
- James Scott, John Krumm, Brian Meyers, A. J. Brush, and Ashish Kapoor, Home Heating Using GPS-Based Arrival Prediction, in Proceedings of Pervasive 2010 Workshop on Energy Awareness and Conservation through Pervasive Applications, Microsoft Research, May 2010.
- James Scott, John Krumm, Brian Meyers, A.J. Brush, and Ashish Kapoor, Home Heating Using GPS-Based Arrival Prediction, no. MSR-TR-2010-19, 24 February 2010.
- David Dearman, Amy K. Karlson, Brian Meyers, and Benjamin Bederson, Multi-Modal Text Entry and Selection on Mobile Devices , in GI 2010, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2010.
- Amy K. Karlson, Shamsi T. Iqbal, Brian Meyers, Gonzalo Ramos, Kathy Lee, and John C. Tang, Mobile Taskflow in Context: A Screen Shot Study of Smartphone Usage, in Proceedings of CHI 2010, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2010.
- Shaun K. Kane, Amy K. Karlson, Brian R. Meyers, Andy Jacobs, Paul Johns, and Greg Smith, Exploring Cross-Device Web Use on PCs and Mobile Devices, in INTERACT 2009, Springer Verlag, August 2009.
- Amy K. Karlson, Brian R. Meyers, Andy Jacobs, Paul Johns, and Shaun K. Kane, Working Overtime: Patterns of Smartphone and PC Usage in the Day of an Information Worker, in Pervasive Computing, Springer Verlag, May 2009.
- A.J. Bernheim Brush, Brian R. Meyers, James Scott, and Gina Venolia, Exploring Awareness Needs and Information Display Preferences Between Coworkers, in CHI 2009 Proceedings, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2009.
- Marshini Chetty, A.J. Bernheim Brush, Brian R. Meyers, and Paul Johns, It’s Not Easy Being Green:Understanding Home Computer Power Management, in CHI 2009 Proceedings, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2009.
- Merrie Morris, A.J. Brush, and Brian Meyers, A Field Study of Knowledge Workers’ Use of Interactive Horizontal Displays, in Proceedings of IEEE Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces 2008, IEEE Computer Society, October 2008.
- Amy Karlson, Greg Smith, Brian Meyers, George Robertson, and Mary Czerwinski, Courier: A Collaborative Phone-Based File Exchange System, no. MSR-TR-2008-05, 2008.
- Dan Morris, A.J. Brush, and Brian Meyers, SuperBreak: Using Interactivity to Enhance Ergonomic Typing Breaks, in CHI 2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2008.
- Meredith Ringel Morris, A.J. Brush, and Brian Meyers, Reading Revisited: Evaluating the Usability of Digital Display Surfaces for Active Reading Tasks, IEEE Computer Society, October 2007.
- AJ Brush, Brian Meyers, Desney Tan, and Mary Czerwinski, Understanding Memory Triggers for Task Tracking, in Extended Abstracts at CHI 2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2007.
- George Robertson, Greg Smith, Patrick Baudisch, Mary Czerwinski, Eric Horvitz, Brian Meyers, Daniel Robbins, and Desney Tan, New Frontiers in Desktop Task Management, in Beyond the Desktop Metaphor: Designing Integrated Digital Work Environments (eds. Victor Kaptelinn and Mary Czerwinski), 2007.
- Desney Tan, Mary Czerwinski, Gordon Bell, Emma Berry, Jim Gemmell, Steve Hodges, Narinder Kapur, Brian Meyers, Nuria Oliver, George Robertson, and Ken Wood, Save Everything: Supporting Human Memory with a Personal Digital Lifetime Store, in Personal Information Management: Challenges and Opportunities (eds. William Jones and Jaime Teevan), University of Washington Press, 2007.
- Robert DeLine, Mary Czerwinski, Brian Meyers, Gina Venolia, Steven Drucker, and George Robertson, Code Thumbnails: Using Spatial Memory to Navigate Source Code, in VLHCC '06: Proceedings of the Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, USA, September 2006.
- Brian Meyers, A.J. Brush, Steven Drucker, Marc A. Smith, and Mary Czerwinski, Dance Your Work Away: Exploring Step User Interfaces, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2006.
- Mary Czerwinski, George Robertson, Brian Meyers, Greg Smith, Daniel Robbins, and Desney Tan, Large Display Research Overview, in Extended Abstracts at CHI 2006 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM Press, January 2006.
- Greg Smith, Mary Czerwinski, Brian Meyers, Daniel Robbins, George Robertson, and Desney Tan, FacetMap: A Scalable Search and Browse Visualization, in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2006.
- R. Veeraraghavan, G Singh, B. Pitti, G Smith, B. Meyers, and K. Toyama, Towards Accurate Measurement of Computer Usage in a Rural Kiosk, in Third International Conference on Innovative applications of Information Technology for Developing World - Asian Applied Computing Conference 2005, December 2005.
- P. Baudisch, M. Czerwinski, B. Meyers, D. Robbins, G. Robertson, G. Smith, and D. Tan, The Large-Display User Experience, in Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE, vol. 25, January 2005.
- George Robertson, Mary Czerwinski, Patrick Baudisch, Brian Meyers, Dan Robbins, Greg Smith, and Desney Tan, Large Display User Experience, in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 2005.
- Dugald Hutchings, Greg Smith, Brian Meyers, Mary Czerwinski, and George Robertson, Display space usage and window management operation comparisons between single monitor and multiple monitor users, in Advanced Visual Interfaces 2004, 2004.
- Tim Regan, Mary Czerwinski, Brian Meyers, and Greg Smith, Bumping Windows between Monitors, no. MSR-TR-2003-13, March 2003.
- Greg Smith, Patrick Bausdich, George Robertson, Mary Czerwinski, Brian Meyers, Daniel Robbins, and Donna Andrews, GroupBar: The TaskBar Evolved, in (2003) OZCHI 2003 Conference for the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of the Human Factors Society of Australia, January 2003.
- Mary Czerwinski, Greg Smith, Tim Regan, Brian Meyers, George Robertson, and Gary Starkweather, Toward characterizing the productivity benefits of very large displays, in (2003) Interact 2003, IOS Press, 2003.
- Barry Brumitt, Brian Meyers, John Krumm, Michael Hale, Steve Harris, and Steve Shafer, Multi-Camera Multi-Person Tracking for EasyLiving, May 2000.
- Barry Brumitt, Kentaro Toyama, Brian Meyers, and John Krumm, Wallflower: Principles and Practice of Background Maintenance, September 1999.
- Barry Brumitt, Brian Meyers, Daniel Robbins, John Krumm, Mary Czerwinski, and Steve Shafer, The New EasyLiving Project at Microsoft Research, January 1998.