Abhijit Karnik I'm a Lecturer at Lancaster University (School of Computing and Comm.) since October 2013. PhD from University of Bristol, advised by Dr. Sriram Subramanian (UoB) with inputs from Dr. Shahram Izadi and D. Alex Butler (MRC, Cambridge). My thesis was examined by Mike Fraser (internal) and Steve Feiner (external) Funded through EPSRC's DHPA (2009) by Microsoft Research, Cambridge.
Research Interests Primary focus on building novel displays that can support multiple users or act as deformable, mutable and multi-view display systems.
Open Positions *No funded positions available*. If you are interested in proposing a self-funded project related to my research interests, do get in touch with me.
Community Activities - Active in the HCI community since 2009. - Program committee member for CHI '15, CHI '14, MobileHCI '12, OzCHI '14 & EuroITV '13. - Reviewer for CHI ('14-'10), UIST ('14-'12), MobileHCI ('14, '13), SUI '13, ITS ('14,'12-'10), GI ('12, '11), INTERACT'11 & ICEC'11.
School of Computing and Communications
LANCASTER LA1 4WA
20-Oct-2014 : SPATA makes it into TEI '15 with some pretty rave reviews.
12-Aug-2014 : Combining glass paper to appear in UIST '14. I won't be there though...
24-Jun-2014 : Portallax accepted to MobileHCI '14.
06-Apr-2014 : Just released a tiny Firefox addon for academic search Search++.
11-Dec-2013 : Looks like an early Christmas. Bubble paper conditionally accepted to CHI 2014.
1-Oct-2013 : Hello Lancaster!
26-Sep-2013 : The final step is over. University confers the PhD degree.
20-Sep-2013 : Moving to Lancaster U.! Time to test my teaching-fu as a lecturer.
12-Aug-2013 : Defence done! Going through the "Lame Doc" phase.
17-Jul-2013 : D-Day! 12th August 2013. Here we go!
19-Jun-2013 : Submitted! Onto defense! And it is happening soon.
07-Jun-2013 : Keep Calm and Carry On. The thesis is almost there. The 'intent to submit' has been dispatched!
18-Mar-2013 : Two! papers accepted to Interact 2013. Links and details coming soon.
18-Dec-2012 : Presenting a talk at GIST, Univ. of Glasgow about my work