Mary Czerwinski is a Research Manager of the Human Understanding and Empathy group.
Mary’s research focuses primarily on information worker task management, health and wellness for individuals and groups. Her background is in visual attention and multitasking. She holds a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington. Mary was awarded the Chicago Global Visionaries Award in 2006, the ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award, was inducted into the CHI Academy, and became an ACM Distinguished Scientist in 2010. Mary became a Fellow of the ACM in 2016. She also received the Distinguished Alumni award from Indiana University’s Brain and Psychological Sciences department in 2014 and a Distinguished Alumni award from the College of Arts and Sciences from Indiana U. in February, 2018. Mary became a Fellow of the American Psychological Science association in 2018 and was recognized as an EAI (European Alliance for Innovation) Fellow in 2019.
News and awards highlights
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has elected 111 new members and 22 international members, including Mary Czerwinski, “For the application of psychological principles to the design and understanding of human computer interaction.
This is the inaugural year for the European Alliance for Innovation (EAI) award and goes to individuals with extraordinary accomplishments in their respective technical areas, and with a record of outstanding service to the EAI community.
The new Timeline feature is essentially a way for people to better locate specific files, photos, or videos on their PCs.
Emotions are fundamental to human interaction, but in a world where humans are increasingly interacting with AI systems, Dr. Mary Czerwinski, Principal Researcher and Research Manager, believes emotions may be fundamental to our interactions with machines as well.