Jennifer Weiler, Todd Ingalls, Stacey Kuznetsov. Lithobox: Exploring Hybrid Crafting Practices through a Collaboration Across Digital Fabrication and Fine Arts. Forthcoming in Leonardo, Volume 55 Issue 3.
Stacey Kuznetsov, Alejandra Rodriguez Vega, Elenore Long. 2022. A Study of Solar Cooking: Exploring Climate-Resilient Food Preparation and Opportunities for HCI. Forthcoming In proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’22) (25% acceptance rate).
Piyum Fernando and Stacey Kuznetsov. OScH in the wild: dissemination of open science hardware and implications for HCI. CHI 2020 (24.31% acceptance rate, to appear)
Heesun Kim, Kyle Hoefer, Alejandra Rodriguez Vega, Stacey Kuznetsov. Drogon, the Thermal-Sensing Drone: Exploring Aerial Imagery as a Tool for Citizen Science Research. ACM DIS 2019 Provocations and Works-in-Progress. (46.9% acceptance rate)
Jennifer Weiler, Piyum Fernando, Nipuni Siyambalapitiya, Stacey Kuznetsov. Mycelium Artifacts: Exploring Shapeable and Accessible Biofabrication. ACM DIS 2019 Demos
Piyum Fernando, Stacey Kuznetsov, Haakon Faste. The Creativity Kernel: An Open Platform for Distributed Design Intelligence. ACM DIS 2019 Demos
Piyum Fernando, Jennifer Weiler, Stacey Kuznetsov. A Rough Sketch of the Freehand Drawing Process: Blending the Line between Action and Artifact. ACM CHI 2019 (23.8% acceptance rate)
Jennifer Weiler, Piyum Fernando, Todd Ingalls, Stacey Kuznetsov. Lithobox: Creative Practice at the Intersection of Craft and Technology. ACM TEI 2019 Arts Track (33.8% 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)
Tom Feltwell, Shaun Lawson, Enrique Encinas, Conor Linehan, Ben Kirman, Debbie Maxwell, Tom Jenkins, Stacey Kuznetsov. “Grand Visions” for Post-Capitalist HCI – A CHI2018 Workshop. ACM SIGCHI 2018 Workshop Organized. (workshop website)
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).
Stacey Kuznetsov, Piyum Fernando, Emily Ritter, Cassandra Barrett, Jennifer Weiler, Marissa Rohr. Screenprinting and TEI: supporting engagement with STEAM through DIY fabrication of smart materials. ACM TEI 2018 (37% acceptance rate).
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)