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Kori Inkpen

Kori Inkpen

My main research area is Human Computer Interaction with a focus on Computer Supported Collaboration. I am interesting in exploring ways to support collaboration across a variety of domains including home, work, education, healthcare and fun. Currently my research is focused on video communication for telepresence.

I currently manage the neXus group at Microsoft Research. The Nexus group combines research in Social Computing, Computer Supported Collaborative Work, and Information Visualization to support rich collaboration across a variety of dimensions, including individual and community interactions, co-located and distributed collaboration; ambient and interactive visualization; and awareness displays. Prior to joining Microsoft Research I was a Professor of Computer Science at Dalhousie University (2001 - 2007) and Simon Fraser University (1998-2001). I received my PhD in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia in 1997.

Keynote Presentations & Invited Talks

  1. Wearing for Sharing: Enabling Next Gen Shared Experiences. Invited Talk at the First International Workshop on Wearable and Ego-Vision Systems for Augmented Experience WEsAX. July 3, 2015, Turin, Italy.
  2. Video Communication for the 21st Century. Keynote at the 2015 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2015). June 1-5, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  3. Imposter Syndrome. Keynote at the SFU Imposter Syndrome Workshop. May 15, 2015, Burnaby, BC, Canada.
  4. Remote Shared Experiences: Changing the Way We Communicate with Video. Invited Talk at the University of Toronto, KMDI Speaker Series.  January 21, 2015, Toronto, ON, Canada.
  5. Connecting Kids: The Future of Video. Keynote at the 10th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL 2013). June 17, 2013, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI, USA.
  6. Many Computers, Many People, and Everything in between: Supporting Shared Computing. Keynote at The 13th International Conference on CSCW in Design (CSCW2009). April 22-24, 2009, Santiago, Chile.
  7. Enhancing Face-to-Face Interactions with Multi-User Computing. Invited talk at Washington University in St. Louis, Computer Science & Engineering Colloquium. February 8, 2008, St. Louis, MO, USA.













    Recent Professional Activities

    Conference & Program Chair

    Conference Program Committees

    • Program Committee, ACM CHI 2012, Austin, TX
    • Program Committee, ECSCW 2011, Aarhus, Denmark
    • Program Committee, ACM CHI 2011, Vancouver, BC
    • Program Committee, ACM CSCW 2011, Hangzhou, China
    • Program Committee, ECSCW 2009, Vienna, Austria
    • Program Committee, UIST 2009, Victoria, BC
    • Program Committee, Group 2009, Sanibel Island, FL
    • Program Committee, IDC 2009, Como, Italy
    • Doctoral Symposium Panel, ACM UIST 2008, Monterey, CA
    • Program Committee, ACM CSCW 2008, San Diego, CA
    • Program Committee Member, ACM CHI 2007, San Jose, CA
    • Program Committee Member, ACM UIST 2006, Montreau, France
    • Program Committee Member, ACM CHI 2006, Montreal, QC
    • Doctoral Consortium Committee, ACM CHI 2006, Montreal, QC
    • Student Design Competition Committee, ACM CHI 2006, Montreal, QC

    Interns Supervised

    • Brett Taylor, Winter 2012
    • Hwajung Hong, Summer 2011 (with Asta Roseway)
    • Honglu Du, Fall 2010 (with Mary Czerwinski)
    • Jeremy Barksdale, Summer 2010 (with Mary Czerwinski)
    • Jonghyun Han, Summer 2010 (with Zhengyou Zhang and Rajesh Hegde)
    • Svetlana Yarosh, Summer 2009 (with AJ Brush)
    • Chris Brooks, Summer 2009 (with Zhengyou Zhang and John Tang)
    • Tony Tang, Winter 2009 (with Michel Pahud and Bill Buxton)
    • Valentina Grigoreau, Fall 2008 (with Roland Fernandez and George Robertson)
    • Sasa Junuzovic, Summer 2008 (with Zhengyou Zhang)
    • Eurico de Vasconcelos Filho, Summer 2008 (with Mary Czerwinski)
    • Olga Kulyk, Summer 2008 (with Mary Czerwinski)
    • Serge Egelman, Winter 2008 (with AJ Brush)


    Graduate Student Supervision


    • Derek Reilly (Co-supervisor), (Dalhousie), PhD, Awarded May 2009
    • Kirstie Hawkey (Dalhousie), PhD, Awarded May 2007
    • Melanie Kellar (Advisory Committee), (Dalhousie), PhD, Awarded  May 2007
    • Regan Mandryk (SFU), PhD, Awarded April 2006
    • Stacey Scott (Co-supervisor), (Calgary), PhD, Awarded May 2005


    • Ritchie Argue (Dalhousie), MCS, Awarded Oct 2007
    • Jim Wallace (Dalhousie), MCS, Awarded Oct 2006
    • David Dearman (Dalhousie), MCS, Awarded April 2006
    • Malcolm Rogers (Dalhousie), MCS, Awarded Oct 2005
    • Arman Danesh (Co-supervisor) (SFU), MaCS, Awarded Oct2004
    • Karen Parker (Dal), MCS, Awarded Oct 2004
    • Felix Lau (SFU), MaCS, Awarded Dec 2003
    • Keith Shu (SFU), MaCS, Awarded May 2003
    • Colin Swindells (SFU), MaCS, Awarded Oct 2002
    • Garth Shoemaker (SFU), MaCS, Awarded Dec 2000
    • Oliver Kuederle (SFU), MaCS, Awarded Aug 2000