About the Seminar

Crowdsourcing lunch seminars are organized in order to provide the possibility for researchers to present their work and receive feedback from others. The topics to be discussed include the use of crowdsourcing on new technology platforms, scientific problem solving with crowds, crowd idea/design generation, or more broad topics, such as modeling crowd workers or encouraging crowd worker collaboration, and ethical or societal implications. 

If you want to talk about your research at one of the lunches (or volunteer somebody else), please contact our coordinator Felicia Ng (fng@cs.cmu.edu).

Lunches (an email will be sent with exact information for every lunch)
Date: Talks are scheduled on Tuesdays, about twice a month
Time: (usually) 12:30- 1:30pm
Location : (usually) NSH 1507

Mailing list:
Details about the talks are emailed to the mailing list (crowdsourcing-lunch@mailman.srv.cs.cmu.edu). You can self-subscribe at https://mailman.srv.cs.cmu.edu/mailman/listinfo/crowdsourcing-lunch 

Blogs :
All talks and abstracts from the lunches are posted on our lunch blog http://cmu-crowd.blogspot.com

We also keep an internal blog of small crowdsourcing experiments. Contact us if you want to post one of your experiment. Please send an email if you want to publish your work.

Current Organizer:
Felicia Ng (fng@cs.cmu.edu)

Past Organizers:
Joel Chan
Lisa Yu
Gabriel Parent
Vamshi Ambati
Sukhada Palkar