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Department of Technology and Society
346 Harriman Hall
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3760
Phone: (631) 632-8761
Educational Applications Employing Innovative Techniques Such as Tangible User Interfaces, Physical Computing, Collaborative Learning Spaces, Multiplayer Gaming, Computer Graphics, Computer-Human Interaction, Spatial Databases, and Multimedia.
Lori Scarlatos received her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1993, M.S. with Distinction in Computer Science from Pratt Institute in 1984, and B.F.A. with Honors, Art & Design from Pratt Institute in 1982.
In all Lori Scarlatos' various research projects, her focus has been on how computers can help people to see, understand, and learn. This includes research on educational games and simulations; humancomputer interaction, with an emphasis on tangible user interfaces and physical computing; computer graphics, including level-of-detail surface modeling and animation systems; information visualization; multimedia; and computer science education.
AWARDS & ACTIVITIES
Lori Scarlatos is a recipient of the NSF CAREER grant (IIS-9984385) awarded to pursue research on Tangible Interfaces for Collaborative Learning Environments (TICLE), USATEC/ARPA technology transfer contract (DACA76-94-C-0019), and Long Island Software Award (LISA) nomination, 1998. Triangulation (AHT)
CSE/EST 323, EST 570, EST 579, EST 573, EST 565, EST 574, EST 578, EST 310, ISE 340