Katie-WebsiteI am an associate professor in Informatics and the ProHealth Director of Graduate Studies at Indiana University – Bloomington.  I am interested in integrating pervasive technologies in health and wellness environments to study how technology affects interventions. My research interests include human computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, and health informatics. Prior to returning to IU, I led the Wellness Innovation and Interaction Lab. (Formal Bio). Preferred pronouns: she/her/hers

Office Hours: Look here http://bit.ly/ProfSiekOfficeHours for current office hours. Typically (unless I’m traveling – see here), office hours are Tuesdays from 10a-11a and Fridays from 11:30a-12:30p in the Info Makerspace or the Teter SICE LLC Makerspace.  If you have questions for the Informatics Director of Undergraduate Studies, please contact Dr. Akesha Horton.

Study and Research Opportunities

  • Calling all parents of K-6 graders! We are researchers at Indiana University Bloomington looking for parents to spend 5 minutes participating in a one-time paid research study on children’s handwriting! Follow the link to get started. Contact Katie Spoon at kspoon@iu.edu with any questions. (Link)
    • Have more time? This is another study opportunity for studying handwriting (Link)
  • Researchers looking for women (18 and older) who are in their third trimester and have an Apple or Android smartphone. If interested email ckresnye – at – iu.edu
  • One funded Ph.D. positions up to 2-3 years to develop toolkits to deploy with older adults in rural, suburban, and urban areas. Potential candidates must be interested in learning quickly or experienced with maker technology (Arduino, BLE and/or wifi). Potential candidates must be willing or experienced in user study facilitation. Candidates are expected to have a U.S. driver’s license or willing to obtain one quickly. Contact Professor Katie Siek with your CV, website with portfolio documenting your experience, and sample of your *own* writing.
  • 10 funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates for Summer 2020. Students selected for the 8-week experience will receive travel to and from Bloomington, a $4800 stipend, free room and board, and GRE preparation (if wanted). More information.

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Contact Information

Katie A. Siek, Ph.D.
Pronouns: she/her/hers
Associate Professor
Indiana University
Informatics
919 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408 USA
email: ksiek – at – indiana.edu
office: (812) 856-0598
fax: (812) 856-5754
skype: katiesiek
 
My office is located at Informatics East (Connector), Room 260. Parking information is available here

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