Madeline Balaam, Lone Koefoed Hansen, Catherine D’Ignazio, Emma Simpson, Teresa Almeida, Stacey Kuznetsov, Mike Catt, Marie L.J Søndergaard. Hacking Women’s Health, ACM CHI’17 Extended Abstracts. (45% acceptance rate).
Jennifer Weiler, Stacey Kuznetsov. Crafting Colorful Objects: a DIY Method for Adding Surface Detail to 3D Prints. ACM CHI’17 Extended Abstracts. (38.7% acceptance rate).
Jennifer Weiler, Stacey Kuznetsov, Piyum Fernando, Emily Ritter, Nathaniel Jack Greene, Priyanka Parekh. Designing for Bottom-Up Adaptation to Extreme Heat. ISEA 2017.
Kuznetsov, S., Santana, C., Long, E. 2016. Everyday food science as a design space for community literacy and habitual sustainable practice. ACM CHI 2016. (23% acceptance rate).
Kuznetsov, S., Santana, C., Long, E. Comber, R., DiSalvo, C. 2016. The Art of Everyday Food Science: Foraging for Design Opportunities. A workshop at ACM CHI 2016. (Workshop Website).
Santana, C., Kuznetsov, S., Schmeckpeper, S., Curry, L., Long, E., Davis, L., Koerner, H., McQuarrie, K. (2015) Persistence: Literacies for Taking up and Sustaining Fermented-Food Projects. In Community Literacy Journal, special issue on Community Food Literacies. Michael Pennell, ed. Fall 2015 issue.
Kuznetsov, S., Kittur, N., Paulos, E. (2015)Biological citizen publics: personal genetics as a site of public engagement with science. Creativity & Cognition 2015. (28% acceptance rate).
Kuznetsov, S., Wilson, N. J., Mohan, S., Paulos, E., Doonan, C. (2015). DIYbio Things: Open Source Biology Tools as Platforms for Hybrid Knowledge Production and Scientific Participation. ACM SIGCHI’2015. (23% acceptance rate)