James Lyst, M.S.
- Lecturer, Human-Computer Interaction
jlystiupui [dot] edu
- M.S. Human-Computer Interaction, Indiana University, Indianapolis
- B.S. Applied Optics, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
James Lyst seeks to improve our understanding of the social and psychological impact of design. He has designed patented solutions in several fields, including biomedical devices, automotive lighting, and projection displays.
Lyst began his career in research and development as an optical engineer. To support his early engineering work, he developed skills in programming, web development, instruction, and visualization.
Gradually the human element of science and technology began to take center stage in his work. Completing his M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction provided the background and framework for Lyst to pursue his passions in emerging technologies.
Lyst has been involved with iDEW (Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce), a workforce development initiative launched by SOIC in collaboration with Indiana high schools, community, and business partners.
- Contributing to the ‘maker’ culture through broadly available technologies
- Providing insights and explanations of complex concepts through visualizations and novel interactions
- Social and psychological implications of technological design
INFO I494 Design and Development of an Information System
INFO I499 Readings and Research in Informatics
- February 1, 2020
Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing hosts educators
- October 30, 2018
Second annual iDEW Day showcases IUPUI
- July 18, 2018
iDEW wins Tech Educator of the Year Mira Award
- October 20, 2017
Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce program wins national STEM award
- July 7, 2015
Cummins Foundation joins other industry partners and IUPUI to support iDEW program for IPS high school students
- April 28, 2015
IUPUI and JPMorgan Chase Launch IT Workforce Development Program
- September 30, 2014
Pacers Foundation, IPS and the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, team up to bring Informatics education to HL Harshman Magnet Middle School