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Hariharan Subramonyam

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Hariharan Subramonyam

Assistant Professor (Research)

harihars@stanford.edu

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Assistant: Emily Farrell

Office: CERAS 131

Biography

Hari Subramonyam is an Assistant Professor (Research) at the Graduate School of Education and a Faculty Fellow at Stanford's Institute for Human-Centered AI. He is also a member of the HCI Group at Stanford. His research focuses on augmenting critical human tasks (such as learning, creativity, and sensemaking) with AI by incorporating principles from cognitive psychology. He also investigates support tools for multidisciplinary teams to co-design AI experiences. His work has received multiple best paper awards at top human-computer interaction conferences, including CHI and IUI.

Other Titles

Assistant Professor (Research), Graduate School of Education
Assistant Professor (Research) (By courtesy), Computer Science

Program Affiliations

DAPS
Learning Sciences and Technology Design (LSTD)
Stanford Accelerator for Learning

Research Interests

Brain and Learning Sciences | Collaborative Learning | Data Sciences | Science Education | Special Education | Technology and Education

See a full list of GSE Faculty research interests >

Recent Publications

Alexander, J. D., Freis, S. M., Zellers, S. M., Corley, R., Ledbetter, A., Schneider, R. K., … Vrieze, S. I. (2023). Evaluating longitudinal relationships between parental monitoring and substance use in a multi-year, intensive longitudinal study of 670 adolescent twins. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14, 1149079.

Mantri, P., Subramonyam, H., Michal, A. L., & Xiong, C. (2022). How Do Viewers Synthesize Conflicting Information from Data Visualizations? IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, PP.

Cao, Y., Subramonyam, H., & Adar, E. (2022). VideoSticker: A Tool for Active Viewing and Visual Note-taking from Videos. IUI'22: 27TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT USER INTERFACES. ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY.

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