Dr. Cesar Torres is the director of The Hybrid Atelier and an Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington. As a design researcher, he synthesizes new media and craft theory into the software and hardware design of creative, tangible user interfaces. He has received multiple best paper awards at top-tier venues within HCI and has been recognized with the NSF and Adobe/GEM Consortium Graduate Fellowships and a Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant during his Ph.D. He serves on the program committees for ACM Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) and Creativity and Cognition (C&C), while previously serving on committees for ACM CHI and ACM TEI.
He holds degrees in
(Ph.D. '19 - UC Berkeley, B.S. '13 - Stanford), in
(B.A. '13 - Stanford),
(D.E. '19 • UC Berkeley).
To learn more about my current research works and interests, visit my lab website at
The Hybrid Atelier.