103A South Hall
Office hours for students and other academics: Mondays 3:00-3:45, virtual or in person; sign up for an appointment at this link.
For other appointments, please contact Peter Marchetti, firstname.lastname@example.org
To those interested in doing research with me, please read this page.
My research is focused in the following areas:
Check out Search User Interfaces, the
first academic book on this topic (Cambridge University
Press, Fall 2009). On the web site, you can Read the Full Text!
Current and past courses include:
Thank you to Allen Instititue for AI (AI2) for another generous gift as well as a key collaboration!
Congratulations to Dr. Katie Stasaski on your new job as Applied Scientist at Salesforce!
Congratulations to Dr. Philippe Laban on your new job as Research Scientist at Salesforce!
Congratulations to Andrew Head for taking a faculty job at U Penn!
Congratulations to Dongyeop Kang for taking a faculty job at U Minnesota!
ScholarPhi project presented at CHI 2021!
Thank you to Allen Instititue for AI (AI2) for two generous gifts supporting our augmented reader project, as well as key collaboration!
Thank you to Sloan for the grant for the augmented reader project!
Thank you to Amazon for two AWS ML Research Awards!
Thank you to the Bloomberg for Data Science Research grant!
Academics and industry research on learning technology at the Baylan conference in Berkeley!
Interested in teaching infoviz? Check out the Innovations in Pedagogy Workshop at Viz 2017!
First time in Korea; keynote at Computing in the 21st Century conference.
Fantastic final projects posted for Infoviz course.
Congrats to Kyle Booten on best paper runner up for NAACL 2016!
Thank you iSchool students for the honor of the 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award!
Keynote talk at ECIR in Vienna, March 2015.
Keynote talk at the Society for Computers in Psychology, Nov 2014.
I'm honored to have received the 2014 iSchool student-initiated teaching award.
Social Interactions Grant to study subgroups with online learning environments. Thank you to Google for supporting our and others' research!