Publications & Presentations


  1. Vikash Singh, Sarah Abdellahi, Mary Lou Maher, & Celine Latulipe: The Video Collaboratory as a Learning Environment , In Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education (SIGCSE) 2016, Memphis, USA, 6 pages [   PDF ]
  2. Jinyue Xia, Vikash Singh, David Wilson & Celine Latulipe: Exploring the Design Space of Multiple Video Interaction, In Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (NordiCHI) 2014, Helsinki, Finland, 10 pages [   PDF ]
  3. ML Maher, H. Lipford and Vikash Singh: Flipped Classroom Strategies Using Online Videos, Technical Report, Center for Education Innovation, UNC Charlotte, 2013 [   PDF ]
  4. Erin A. Carroll, Danielle Lottridge, Celine Latulipe, Vikash Singh, and Melissa Word: Bodies in Critique: A Technological Intervention in the Dance Production Process. In Proceedings of ACM Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) 2012, 10 pages [   PDF ]
  5. Vikash Singh & Celine Latulipe: Demonstration of the Choreographer’s Notebook, In proceedings of the 13th Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium, 2012, Connecticut, USA, p107-111, 4 pages
  6. Vikash Singh, Celine Latulipe, Erin Carroll, and Danielle Lottridge: The Choreographer’s Notebook — A video annotation system for dancers and choreographers. In proceedings of ACM Creativity & Cognition (C&C) 2011, Atlanta, USA, 10 pages (Best Paper Nomination) [   PDF ]
  7. C. Latulipe, D. Wilson, S. Huskey, M. Word, A. Carroll, E. Carroll, B. Gonzalez, Vikash Singh, M. Wirth, and D. Lottridge: Exploring the Design Space in Technology Augmented Dance. (Media Showcase) In proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2010, Atlanta, USA, 6 pages. [   PDF ]
  8. Vikash Singh and Anijo Mathew ; WalkMSU: An intervention to motivate physical activity in university students. In proceedings of ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2007, San Jose , CA , USA, 6 pages [   PDF ]
  9. Vikash Singh and Anijo Mathew ; Nurse-Resident Interface for Efficient Workflow: Case Study and Design. In CSCW (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) 2006, Banff, Canada. [   PDF ]


  1. Vikash Singh: Video Collaboratory - Asynchronous Collaboration around Web-based Videos, Ph.D.,
    ProQuest Dissertations and Theses pp. 160. 2015.


  1. I-Corps: Commercialization of the Video Collaboratory, National Science Foundation, $50000, 2013,
    Dr. Celine Latulipe (PI), Dr. David Wilson (Co-PI), Prof. Sybil Huskey (Co-PI), Devin Collins (Co-PI)
    and Vikash Singh (Co-PI)
  2. AIR TT: Video Collaboratory: A Platform for Active Viewing and Collaboration with Video Data
    National Science Foundation, $200000, 2015,
    Contributed to the writing of the proposal (Technical Challenges and Research Plan)


  1. Celine Latulipe, Vikash Singh, David Wilson & Sybil Huskey Multi-modal collaborative web-based video annotation system, US Patent App. 13/627,899, 2012


  1. Commercialization of Video Collaboratory at NSF I-Corps workshop, Atlanta - 2013
  2. Demonstration of the Video Collaboratory at ThatsCamp, Charlotte - 2012
  3. Poster presentation at Aesthetic Computing and Human-Computer Interaction Symposium, Charlotte - 2012
  4. Choreographer's Notebook - CCI Doctoral Poster Fair, UNCC - 2010