Alan Lundgard | CV

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I'm a PhD student at MIT CSAIL. I'm centrally interested in human-computer interaction — especially, social computing systems, data visualization, and web accessibility. Recently, I graduated from the University of Michigan, where I triple-majored in computer science, math, and philosophy. Previously, I studied visual art and design at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and worked for a couple of years in the New York Times news department. Outside of research, I enjoy visiting museums, following current events, and having a friendly debate at the coffee shop.


  • June 2018: One paper accepted to UIST 2018.
  • April 2018: I will do my PhD in computer science at MIT CSAIL.
  • December 2017: One first-author paper accepted to CHI 2018.
  • December 2017: One paper accepted to IUI 2018.
  • September 2017: I started a software engineering position at UofM CSE.
  • April 2016: I was admitted to the L&FE Summer School at Carnegie Mellon.


Steve Oney, Alan Lundgard, Rebecca Krosnick, Michael Nebeling, Walter S. Lasecki. Arboretum and Arbility: Improving Web Accessibility Through a Shared Browsing Architecture. ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2018)

Alan Lundgard, Yiwei Yang, Maya L. Foster, Walter S. Lasecki. Bolt: Instantaneous Crowdsourcing via Just-in-Time Training. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018)

Jean Y. Song, Raymond Fok, Alan Lundgard, Fan Yang, Juho Kim, Walter S. Lasecki. Two Tools are Better Than One: Tool Diversity as a Means of Improving Aggregate Crowd Performance. ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2018)