Jun Kato

Registered user since Tue 16 Feb 2016

Name: Jun Kato

Bio: Jun Kato is a Human-Computer Interaction researcher at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. He has focused on improving Programming Experience (PX) by creating toolkits and integrated development environments. He has worked for Microsoft and Adobe Research and received a Ph.D. from The University of Tokyo under the supervision of Prof. Takeo Igarashi in 2014.

Country: Japan

Affiliation: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Personal website: https://junkato.jp

Research interests: Human-Computer Interaction, Programming Language, Software Engineering, Human-Robot Interaction

Contributions

VL/HCC 2020Showpieces Chair in Program Committee within the Show Pieces-track
Showpieces Chair in Organizing Committee
‹Programming› 2020Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
PX/19Committee Member in Program Committee within the PX/19-track
LIVE 2018Committee Member in Program Committee within the LIVE 2018-track
PX/18Committee Member in Program Committee within the PX/18-track
PX/17.2Committee Member in Program Committee within the PX/17.2-track
LIVE 2017Committee Member in Program Committee within the LIVE 2017-track
Author of Keynote: User Interfaces for Live Programming within the LIVE 2017-track
‹Programming› 2018Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
PX 2017Author of User-Generated Variables: Streamlined Interaction Design for Feature Requests and Implementations within the PX-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the PX-track
PX 2016Committee Member in Program Committee within the PX-track
LIVE 2016Co-chair of Discuss: Live Programming, Live Coding, and Intelligence Amplification within the LIVE-track
Author of Live Tuning: Expanding Live Programming Benefits to Non-Programmers within the LIVE-track
Committee Member in Program Committee within the LIVE-track
ECOOP 2016Author of Live Tuning: Expanding Live Programming Benefits to Non-Programmers within the Posters-track