2015 - ACM Fellow For contributions to human-computer interaction and leadership in the CHI community.
2009 - ACM Distinguished Member
His primary areas of study are Human–computer interaction, User interface, World Wide Web, Visualization and Artificial intelligence. His Human–computer interaction research incorporates themes from Task management, Task, Interaction technique and Multimedia. The User interface study combines topics in areas such as Graphical user interface, Shell and Information retrieval, Document management system.
His World Wide Web study incorporates themes from Key and Task. His study in Visualization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Context, Contextual design, Knowledge management, User device and Software. Mary Czerwinski interconnects The Internet and Computer vision in the investigation of issues within Artificial intelligence.
Mary Czerwinski mostly deals with Human–computer interaction, World Wide Web, Multimedia, User interface and Visualization. His research in Human–computer interaction intersects with topics in Information visualization and Task. Much of his study explores Information visualization relationship to Visual analytics.
He studies Web page, a branch of World Wide Web. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Session and Multimedia. His Visualization study combines topics in areas such as Software, Information retrieval and Data science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Human–computer interaction, Applied psychology, Productivity, Dialog system and Human multitasking. Particularly relevant to Affective computing is his body of work in Human–computer interaction. He works mostly in the field of Applied psychology, limiting it down to concerns involving Mood and, occasionally, Emotional intelligence, Experience sampling method, Task and Chatbot.
His studies examine the connections between Dialog system and genetics, as well as such issues in Embodied cognition, with regards to Style, Conversation and Facial expression. His work in Human multitasking addresses subjects such as Focus, which are connected to disciplines such as Multimedia. His biological study deals with issues like Context, which deal with fields such as Dialectical behavior therapy.
Human–computer interaction, Social media, Applied psychology, Productivity and Psychological intervention are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Human–computer interaction brings together such families of science as Intelligent agent and Process. His research investigates the connection between Social media and topics such as Blocking that intersect with issues in Human multitasking, Big Five personality traits and Workload.
His study focuses on the intersection of Applied psychology and fields such as Stress with connections in the field of Work engagement and Data modeling. His Psychological intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wearable sensing, Wearable computer, Artificial intelligence and Personalization. His research integrates issues of Conversation, Information seeking and Software agent in his study of World Wide Web.
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A diary study of task switching and interruptions
Mary Czerwinski;Eric Horvitz;Susan Wilhite.
human factors in computing systems (2004)
Data mountain: using spatial memory for document management
George Robertson;Mary Czerwinski;Kevin Larson;Daniel C. Robbins.
user interface software and technology (1998)
Notification, Disruption, and Memory: Effects of Messaging Interruptions on Memory and Performance.
Edward Cutrell;Mary Czerwinski;Eric Horvitz.
international conference on human-computer interaction (2001)
Integrating collaborative messaging into an electronic mail program
Anoop Gupta;Mary P. Czerwinski.
Web page design: implications of memory, structure and scent for information retrieval
Kevin Larson;Mary Czerwinski.
human factors in computing systems (1998)
Building segmentation based human-friendly human interaction proofs (HIPs)
Kumar Chellapilla;Kevin Larson;Patrice Y. Simard;Mary Czerwinski.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2005)
Instant Messaging and Interruption: Influence of Task Type on Performance
Mary Czerwinski;Ed Cutrell;Eric Horvitz.
The Task Gallery: a 3D window manager
George Robertson;Maarten van Dantzich;Daniel Robbins;Mary Czerwinski.
human factors in computing systems (2000)
Server system supporting collaborative messaging based on electronic mail
Anoop Gupta;Mary P. Czerwinski.
Toward Characterizing the Productivity Benefits of Very Large Displays.
Mary Czerwinski;Greg Smith;Tim Regan;Brian Meyers.
international conference on human-computer interaction (2003)
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