- Human-Computer Interaction
- Interaction design
- Local Food Systems
- Participatory Design
- Science, Technology, and Culture
- Science, Technology, and Environment
Carl F. DiSalvo is an associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. He earned a Ph.D. in design from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006 and was a visiting fellow in The Studio for Creative Inquiry and The Center for the Arts in Society from 2006-2007 (also at CMU).
His work explores the intersection of design, art, technology, and politics. His recent design projects have focused on the development of participatory public programs and technology platforms that foster critical engagements with robotics, environmental sensing, and small-scale agriculture. DiSalvo is associate director and LMC faculty coordinator for the Human-Computer Interaction M.S. Program.