Leo is a Postdoctoral Associate at the MIT Media Lab and founder of Sourcemap.org, a website dedicated to informing consumers about the impact of goods and services. Since 2007 his team has worked to identify opportunities for sustainable design in professional domains outside environmental engineering, and to design intuitive interfaces for sustainable design leveraging online visualization and social networks.
Daniela Busse is UX Director at SAP Labs (Palo Alto). Her prior work includes research for Energy Management & Carbon Trading, Ecology Labels, business design for sustainable enterprises, and sustainable healthcare. She led the Creativity & Cognition workshop “Designing for a Sustainable Future” in 2009, and co-taught the courses Introduction to & Advanced Research and Design for Sustainability together with Eli Blevis at CHI 2010.
John C Thomas
John co-leads the IBM effort on the People Side of “Smarter Cities.” He has co-organized and co-led numerous workshops on Pattern Languages at CHI, CSCW, and ECSCW as well as two workshops on cross-cultural issues in HCI and three on HCI for International Development.
Eli Blevis is an Associate Professor of Informatics in the HCI & Design program of the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University. His primary area of research, and the one for which he is best known, is sustainable interaction design. His research also engages design theory, digital photography, and studio-based learning.
Marko Turpeinen is Director of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) ICT Labs Helsinki, Professor in Media Technology at KTH in Stockholm, and Principal Scientist at Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT). His research interests include computer-mediated communities and the role of media in sustainable development.
Nuno Nunes is Associate Professor of Computer Science and head of the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute at the University of Madeira (Portugal). He is scientific director of the Carnegie Mellon Portugal international partnership and co-chair of TEI’2011 and Interact’2011 SIGCHI conferences. At Madeira-ITI/CMU he is heading up the SINAIS project on “Sustainable Interaction with social Networks, context Awareness and Innovative Services”.