Lorie is a Research Professor in the computer science department at Dartmouth College, Director of the Digital Arts Minor, and the Director of DALI Lab. Before coming to Dartmouth, Lorie was Senior Research Scientist in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University and a Professor in New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Lorie’s expertise is in building tools that communicate complex information in easy to understand ways, using a mix of design, technology, story-telling and behavioral economics.
Lorie is an artist as well as a technologist. She has worked on award winning films (e.g. two Emmy Awards, a Cine Golden Eagle Award) that have been screened internationally (e.g. the Museum of Modern Art NY, the Sundance Film Festival, the NY Film Festival, the London Film Festival the Whitney Biennial).
The Neukom DALI Lab is a new research and development lab in the computer science department at Dartmouth College. Teams of graduate and undergraduate students, staff and faculty work together to design and develop innovative technology tools that help our partners communicate effectively, make data meaningful and information accessible. DALI partners with faculty, Centers across campus, non-profits and start-ups. The DALI Lab is supported by the Neukom Institute for Computational Science.
Lorie’s work has been funded by Intel, Sony, Microsoft, The National Science Foundation, Electronic Arts, The Neukom Institute for Computational Science, the Morgan Family Foundation and the New York Foundation for the Arts. She has two patents (one pending). She is a Fulbright Scholar, a Whiting Foundation Fellow and a Donella Meadows Sustainability Leadership Fellow. Lorie is also the President and Co-Founder of
TellEmotion, Inc., an energy feedback company with clients around the globe and offices in Vermont and Arizona.