What was the last paper within the realm of computing you read? What did it inspire you to build or tinker with? Come share the ideas in an awesome academic/research publication with fellow engineers, programmers, and paper-readers. Lead a session and show off code that you wrote that implements these ideas or just give us the lowdown about the paper. Otherwise, just come, listen, learn, and discuss.
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Organizers: Victoria Bondarchuck
<a></a> Our third meetup for UX papers, this time Victoria Bondarchuk will present:
Refining the test phase of usability evaluation: how many subjects is enough?Virzi, R. A. (1992)
http://www.measuringu.com/: Want to get a reaction? Just mention testing with five users to anyone in software development. Few topics elicit more emotion than small sample sizes in user testing. Robert Virzi's paper codified this number into UX history. It was one of a few papers which showed how to use the Binomial (or Poisson) distributions to arrive at the now famous formula
Seoul Tech Society is crazy about Papers We Love movement!
This is an experimental meetup for everyone who is interested in Computer Science and User Experience Research and would like to study the most influential academic papers in the field together.
This will be an introduction meeting, why don't we go easy and review well-known paper in the field:
Designing for usability: key principles and what designers think. Gould, J. D. and Lewis, C. (1985)
Go to any UX conference and you'll hear the same points as those raised in this pioneering paper: early and continual focus on users; empirical measurement, iterative design. View Paper[pdf]
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Paper will be presented by organizers [Victoria Bondarchuk], would be grea…
Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino’s birthday.
On March 28th 2015 Seoul Tech Society together with awesome Fablab Seoul are celebrating 11th birthday of Arduino in South Korea.
As it turns out, Fablab Seoul is organizing a Make-a-thon on “Smart Furniture” in Suwon on Saturday and Sunday, and we think that it is a perfect way to celebrate Arduino day!
Agenda: make DIY furniture with Arduino inside!
10:00 AM: Introduction
10:30 AM: Ice-breaking
11:00 AM: Forming teams
12:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 PM: Team and idea introduction
the rest of the time is actual making
What is LaunchLab?
As part of the Launch - Hack - Tell cycle of innovation, SeoulTech is proud to announce the Launch Lab series of meetups. This is a new type of event where researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators discuss and propose (any) project, and solicit ideas and help from other SeoulTech members.
Launch Lab helps members take one giant leap beyond networking. These events allow members to get involved with the creation of new ideas or startups, while forging friendships and business partnerships to last a lifetime.
The event features a group of speakers that give a 10 to 15 minute presentation of their idea. The audience then discusses the idea. Audience members can also choose to join or further contribute to the project.
Open discussion sessions will also be available, so if anyo…