Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University
Gates Computer Science 3B, Room 388
Stanford CA 94305-9035
Phone (650) 723-2780, Fax (650) 723-0033
Professor Winograd's focus is on developing the theoretical background and conceptual models for designing human-computer interaction. He is a principal investigator on the Stanford Digital Libraries Project, developing models that can provide information collections and services in an integrated framework from a wide base of heterogeneous distributed materials. He is also participating in a new project on Interactive Workspaces in conjunction with the Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory. He directs the Project on People, Computers, and Design and is developing teaching programs in Human-Computer Interaction Design.
Winograd is a founder of Action Technologies, a developer of workflow software, a regular consultant to Interval Research, and was a founding member and past president of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.. He is on the national advisory board of the Association for Software Design and a number of journal editorial boards, including the Journal of Human Computer Interaction , The Journal of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Personal Technologies, and Informatica .
Courses taught 1998-99
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