Majority of my work has been published at top-tier venues in Human-Computer Interaction. Click on each project to browse supporting materials (e.g., video, images, datasets, source code).
Using the Body as an Electrical Waveguide for Finger Tracking on the Skin. Yang Zhang, Junhan Zhuo, Gierad Laput, Chris Harrison. CHI 2016.
Best Paper Nomination
Ad-Hoc Configuration Sensing Using Swept-Frequency Ultrasonics. Gierad Laput, Xiang Chen, Chris Harrison. IUI 2016.
Touch Recognition of Uninstrumented Electrical and Electromechanical Objects. Gierad Laput, Chuochang Yang, Robert Xiao, Alanson Sample, Chris Harrison. UIST 2015.
Best Talk Award
Fused Deposition Modeling of Soft Strands, Fibers, and Bristles. Gierad Laput, Xiang Chen, Chris Harrison. UIST 2015.
Passive, Acoustically-Driven, Interactive Controls for Handheld Devices. Gierad Laput, Eric Brockmeyer, Scott Hudson, Chris Harrison. CHI 2015.
Best Paper Award
Adaptive, Rapidly Deployable, Human-Intelligent Sensor Feeds. Gierad Laput, Walter Lasecki, Jason Wiese, Robert Xiao, Jeff Bigham, Chris Harrison. CHI 2015.
Cheap, Small, Low-Power and Clickable Fixed-Icon Laser Projections. Gierad Laput, Robert Xiao, Xiang Chen, Scott Hudson, Chris Harrison. UIST 2014.
Modeling the Relationships Between Tasks, Descriptions and Features. Eytan Adar, Mira Dontcheva, Gierad Laput. UIST 2014.
Expanding the Input Expressivity of Smartwatches Using Mechanical Pan, Twist, Tilt, and Click. Robert Xiao, Gierad Laput, Chris Harrison. CHI 2014.
Pixel-Based Methods for Widget State and Style in Runtime Sliding Widgets. Morgan Dixon, Gierad Laput, James Fogarty. Published at CHI 2014 in collaboration with James Fogarty and Morgan Dixon, before I started my Ph.D.
A Multimodal Interface for Image Editing. Gierad Laput, Mira Dontcheva, Gregg Wilensky, Walter Chang, Aseem Agarwala, Jason Linder, Eytan Adar. Published at CHI 2013, before I started my Ph.D.
Tutorial-Based Interfaces for Cloud-Enabled Applications. Gierad Laput, Mira Dontcheva, Eytan Adar, Wilmot Li. Published at UIST 2012, before I started my Ph.D.