Our research examines public participation in science, low-cost, DIY (Do It Yourself) fabrication techniques, and socio-technical systems for community knowledge sharing and civic engagement.

Recent publications

Jennifer Weiler, Todd Ingalls, Stacey Kuznetsov. Lithobox: Exploring Hybrid Crafting Practices through a Collaboration Across Digital Fabrication and Fine Arts. Forthcoming in Leonardo, Volume 54 Issue 5.

Fernando, Piyum and Stacey Kuznetsov. OScH in the wild: dissemination of open science hardware and implications for HCICHI 2020 (24.31% acceptance rate)

Stacey Kuznetsov, Cassandra Barrett, Piyum Fernando, Kat Fowler. Antibiotic-Responsive Bioart: Exploring DIYbio as a Design Studio Practice. ACM CHI 2018 (25.7% acceptance rate)

Stacey Kuznetsov, Martin Tomitsch. A study of urban heat: understanding the challenges and opportunities for addressing wicked problems in HCI. ACM CHI 2018  (25.7% acceptance rate)

Piyum Fernando, Jennifer Weiler, Stacey Kuznetsov, Pavan Turaga. Tracking, Animating, and 3D Printing Elements of the Fine Arts Freehand Drawing Process. ACM TEI Arts Track 2018 (33% acceptance rate).

Upcoming events

Design a Dream Future
A workshop led by Alejandra Rodriguez Vega on Friday, October 1, 11am