Chris Kwan

Christopher W. Kwan

Department of Computer Science
Boston University

http://cs-people.bu.edu/ckwan

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About

I received my Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Computer Science from Boston University. I work with Professor Margrit Betke in the Image and Video Computing Group.

Resume

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Research

My research interests include: Human Computer Interaction, Assistive Technology, and Computer Vision.

Current projects:

Video about my research featured in BU Today along with this article.
Video: Big Meaning in the Smallest Movements - Student software opens worlds for motion-impaired
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Publications

C. W. Kwan, I. Paquette, J. J. Magee, and M. Betke, "Adaptive Sliding Menubars Make Existing Software More Accessible to People with Severe Motion Impairments," Universal Access in the Information Society. Open Access online, March 2013. 18 pages. [pdf]

C. Kwan, I. Paquette, J. J. Magee, P. Y. Lee, and M. Betke. "Click Control: Improving Mouse Interaction for People with Motor Impairments ." In Proceedings of the 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2011), Dundee, Scotland, October 2011. [pdf]

J. J. Magee, C. Kwan, F. Hietpas, and M. Betke. "Enhancing Social Connections Through Automatically-Generated Online Social Network Messages." In Proceedings of the 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2011), Dundee, Scotland, October 2011. [pdf]

I. Paquette, C. Kwan, and M. Betke. "Menu Controller: Making Existing Software More Accessible for People with Motor Impairments." The 4th ACM International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (PETRA 2011), Crete, Greece. May 2011. [pdf]

C. Kwan and M. Betke. "Camera Canvas: Image editing software for people with disabilities." In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2011), Orlando, Florida, July 2011. [pdf]

J. J. Magee, S. Epstein, E. S. Missimer, C. Kwan, and M. Betke. "Adaptive mouse-replacement interface control functions for users with disabilities." In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2011), Orlando, Florida, July 2011. [pdf]

Presentations

C. Kwan and M. Betke. "Camera Canvas: Image editing software for people with disabilities." Boston University Science and Engineering Day 2011, Boston, MA, March 2011. [BU Digital Common] [pdf]
* Winner: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Deans' Award

C. Kwan and M. Betke. "Camera Canvas: Image editing software for people with disabilities." 13th Annual Boston University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Boston, MA, October 2010. [pdf]
* Winner: 2nd Place Award

Technical Reports

I. Paquette, C. Kwan, and M. Betke. "Menu Controller: Making Existing Software More Accessible for People with Motor Impairments." Department of Computer Science Technical Report BUCS-2011-009, Boston University. March 2011. [pdf]

J. J. Magee, S. Epstein, E. S. Missimer, C. Kwan, and M. Betke. "Adaptive mouse-replacement interface control functions for users with disabilities." Department of Computer Science Technical Report BUCS-2011-008, Boston University. March 2011. [pdf]

C. Kwan and M. Betke. "Camera Canvas: Image editing software for people with disabilities." Department of Computer Science Technical Report BUCS-2011-007, Boston University. March 2011. [pdf]

W.-B. Kim, C. Kwan, I. Fedyuk, and M. Betke. "Camera Canvas: Image Editor for People with Severe Disabilities." Department of Computer Science Technical Report BUCS-2008-010, Boston University. June 2008. [pdf]


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