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CMS Graduate Thesis Presentations

Friday, April 8, 2016 @ 9:00 am 5:00 pm EDT

An idealized photo of the class of 2016.
An idealized photo of the class of 2016.
These students aim to misbehave.

Thesis presentations of the class of 2016.

9:00 am coffee and conversation 9:30 am presentations begin
  • Lily Bui, “Sense and the City: A Critical Look at Representations of Air Quality Data in the ‘Smart City'”
  • Lilia Kilburn, “The Ghost in the (Answering) Machine: Vocality, Technology, Temporality”
  • Anika Gupta, “Towards A Better Inclusivity: Online Comments and Community at News Organizations”
  • Andrew Stuhl, “Making Software with Sound: Process and Politics in Interactive Musical Works”
Lunch Break
  • Kyrie Caldwell, “That Momentary Glow: Gender and Systems of Warm Interaction in Digital Games”
  • Deniz Tortum, “Real-time 3D Documentary: Representation Through Reality Capture and Game Engines”
  • Beyza Boyacioglu, “Zeki Muren: A Prince from Space”
  • Gordon Mangum, “DeepStream.tv: Designing Informative and Engaging Live Streaming Video Experiences”
  • Lacey Lord, “Panels from Digits to Digital: The Evolution of Touch in Comics”
If you can’t make it to the presentation, follow the livestream here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cEyEXhb4ryX


Friday, April 8, 2016
9:00 am – 5:00 pm EDT
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MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing

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