Glassman Lab @ Harvard SEAS
augmenting human intelligence with computation
Science and Engineering Center
Rooms 2.347 (Student Office) & 2.108 (Faculty Office)
John A. Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Vision & Values

What success looks like
A vibrant, supportive community of undergraduates, masters, and PhD students who are creating tools that augment human intelligence with computation.

How we’re getting there
  • Frequent feedback from each other
  • Replanning rather than submitting unfinished, poorly thought-out, and/or hastily written work
  • Reflecting on our personal and community practices
  • Getting enough sleep so we can bring our best selves to our work
Recent Recorded Talks


  • Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Public Lecture Oct 13th 2021
    for the general public


  • ICFP Keynote Talk August 24th 2021
    ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming
  • SPLASH REBASE Speaker Nov 20th, 2020
    ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity
Selected Publications

HCI + Online Information


HCI + Program Synthesis

HCI + Software Engineering

Related Courses
CS 179: Design of Useful and Usable Interactive Systems
Current Lab Members
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, SEAS
Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute
specializing in human-computer interaction
PhD student, Computer Science
Tyler Holloway
PhD student, Computer Science
Litao Yan
Fellow, SEAS