Sam Lau

Registered user since Mon 22 Jun 2020

Name:Sam Lau
Bio:

I am Sam Lau, a Ph.D. student advised by Philip Guo in the Cognitive Science department at UC San Diego. I study human-computer interaction (HCI), where I prototype new software for programming, statistics, and data science instructors to prepare their lessons.

Country:United States
Affiliation:University of California at San Diego
Personal website:https://www.samlau.me/
Research interests:Human-Computer Interaction. End-User Programming, Data Science Education

Contributions

LIVE 2022 Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the Live Programming-track
Session Chair of Talks II (part of Live Programming)
Session Chair of Talks III (part of Live Programming)
Author of Introductions within the Live Programming-track
Session Chair of Keynote, Talks I, and Introductions (part of Live Programming)
SPLASH 2022 Organizer of Live Programming (LIVE) within the Workshops-track
Author of Codehound: Helping Instructors Track Pedagogical Code Dependencies in Course Materials within the SPLASH-E-track
LIVE 2021 Committee Member in Organizing Committee within the LIVE 2021-track
Session Chair of Talks II (part of LIVE 2021)
SPLASH 2021 Organizing Committee of LIVE within the Workshops-track
LIVE 2020 Author of Data Theater: A Live Programming Environment for Prototyping Data-Driven Explorable Explanations within the LIVE 2020-track
VL/HCC 2020 Author of The Design Space of Computational Notebooks: An Analysis of 60 Systems in Academia and Industry within the Research Papers-track