mediaX connects businesses with Stanford University’s world-renowned faculty to study new ways for people and technology to intersect.
We are the industry affiliate program to Stanford’s H-STAR Institute. We help our members explore how the thoughtful use of technology can impact a range of fields, from entertainment to learning to commerce. Together, we’re researching innovative ways for people to collaborate, communicate, and interact with the information, products, and industries of tomorrow.
|Affiliate Membership Start-ups & Non-profits Only||Associate Membership||Strategic Partnership|
Invitations To mediaX Events
Attend events from a year-round calendar of workshops, symposia, and conferences.
Facilitated Access To mediaX Research
Access formal presentations by faculty and students on new and ongoing research, and informally exchange ideas with researchers.
Facilitated Access For Sponsored Research
Terms, costs and deliverables of Sponsored Research are covered under a specific agreement and are negotiated separately with the parties involved.
Give us a question or subject of interest, and we plan a mediaX program surrounding that theme.
Participate in discussions on future research interests and priorities for mediaX initiatives.
Cost of Membership
Send an employee to be hosted by a Stanford research lab.
|Additional $75,000 per employee/year||Additional $75,000 per employee/year|
mediaX membership fees provide unrestricted support for Stanford research activities, and may be used to supplement sponsored research activities at Stanford that are funded through sponsorship external to mediaX.
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If you’re ready to learn more about your business becoming a mediaX member, or have questions about participation and benefits, contact us today.
The Late Cliff Nass; Physical Media as Active Social Learning Agents
Brigid Barron; Contests as a Catalyst for Content Creation: Contrasting Cases to Advance Theory and Practice
Paulo Blikstein; A New Generation of Hybrid Tangible Interfaces for Learning
Sakti Srivastava; The Stanford Clinical Anatomy (SCAnS) Library
Ann Grimes; Expanding Social Engagement: A New Road to Digital Dollars
Robert Laughlin; Decision Products and Long Term Integrity
Ramesh Johari; Content on the GO; The Economics of the Market for Mobile Apps
Scott Klemmer; TweakCorps: Retargeting Existing Webpages for Diverse Devices and Users
John Willinsky; Smarter Scholarly Texts
Sam Wineburg; Recasting the Textbook
Jeremy Bailenson; Automatically Detected Nonverbal Behavior Predicts Creativity in Collaborating Dyads
Renate Fruchter; A Journey from Islands of Knowledge to Mutual Understanding in Global Business Meetings
Roy Pea; Designing Habits of Mind: Modeling Mental Patterns of Users of Pervasive Systems
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Space is limited. Register by November 30 to get $100 early bird discount. (From December 1 Conference Fee will be $295).
If you’re a member or are interested in attending one of these events at Stanford, contact us to make arrangements.
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