Student Oxygen Workshop
The Oxygen system will bring an abundance of computation and communication to users through natural spoken and visual interfaces, making it easy for them to collaborate, access knowledge, and automate repetitive tasks. Oxygen will help people do more by doing less by blending into their lives, customizing itself to meet their needs, being accessible through natural perceptual interfaces, and making it easy for people to do the tasks they want.
The MIT LCS/AI Student Oxygen Workshop, is a meeting of students, by students, and for students. It brings together student researchers in the disparate fields related to pervasive, human-centered computing, offering a venue for interaction and the exchange of ideas. The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to gain an overview of ongoing Oxygen research, meet other researchers, and initiate collaboration between different research groups. Unlike a number of topic-specific and sponsor-oriented Oxygen meetings, the scope of this meeting is broad (all Oxygen-related topics) and the primary audience are the students themselves. It is your chance to find out what your friends are doing, an opportunity to show off your own innovations, and a forum to get your work published. Plus, it's an opportunity to get out of tech square for the day on the department's tab.
- Larry Rudolph, SOW General Chair