CrowdEEG Team Wins Best Paper Award at CSCW 2018
CrowdEEG doctoral student Mike Schaekermann and Principal Investigator Edith Law have received the award for best paper at the 21st ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2018), along with two other University of Waterloo Computer Science faculty, Dr. Joslin Goh and Professor Kate Larson.
The paper, Resolvable vs Irresolvable Disagreement: A Study on Worker Deliberation in Crowd Work, is based off work being done as part of our ongoing study into the nature of expert disagreement.
Read the press release on the University of Waterloo website: https://uwaterloo.ca/computer-science/news/mike-schaekermann-joslin-goh-kate-larson-and-edith-law-win
CrowdEEG at NeuroTechX
The local Toronto chapter of NeuroTechX, arguably the largest and most vibrant global meetup community for neurotechnology, recently invited the crowdEEG team to present their work to an interested crowd of medical experts, entrepreneurs, engineers and neurotech enthusiasts.
Our PhD Student investigator, Mike Schaekermann set out to enthuse the meetup community with CrowdEEG’s research mission in a 3-minute pitch presentation…
…and in face-to-face conversations with attendees who were all invited to try out our web-based annotator at our interactive demo table.
We would like to thank Martin Smith and the entire NeuroTechTO team for your kind invitation, and everyone who attended the meetup for making it such a great event!