About Sikuli Lab
Sikuli in Huichol Indian means God’s Eyes, the ability to see and understand. In Sikuli Lab, we conduct cutting-edge research to make computers see better and interact with us more intelligently.
Software PhD student Khalid Alharbi has released Sikuli Slides 1.3.0 and launched a new website.
Software Our NatureNet Mobile App has been released and deployed at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies for collecting biodiversity data.
Award MS student Bill Casson has been awarded an AccessComputing minigrant to support his work on teaching blind students programming.
Publication MS student Jeeeun Kim has published the first 3D printed tactile book based on Goodnight Moon.
Software Undergrad student Anas Salamah has released Sikuli Fuzz 1.0.0.
Award PhD students Jeeeun Kim and Abigale Stangl have been awarded the CU Outreach Award.
Publication Our paper on Screen Fingerprint has been accepted for publication in the IT Professional.
Award Undergrad students Emily Bertleson and Sarah Feller have been awarded the Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) grant.
Publication PhD student Jeffery LaMarche's dissertation proposal has been accepted to participate in the Doctoral Consortium at the International Computing Education Research Conference (ICER 2013).
Award PhD student Jeffery La Marche has been awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in STEM Education for his proposal on User Interface Computation.
Software PhD student Khalid Alharbi has released Sikuli Slides 1.2.0 (700+ downloads).
Press PhD student Abigale Stangl is featured on the CU Engineering Online Blog to talk about our Tactile Picture Books project.
Award MS student Jeeeun Kim has received the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Research Grant to research on tactile picture books.
Software PhD student Khalid Alharbi has released Sikuli Slides 1.0.0.