David Novick & Associates, LLC

David Novick, J.D., Ph.D.


University of Oregon: Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science (1988), M.S. in Computer and Information Science (1985), B.A. (Honors College) in Political Science and Economics (1974)

Harvard Law School: J.D. (1977)


University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX: Mike Loya Distinguished Chair in Engineering (2010-present), Associate Dean of Engineering (2011 - 2014), Associate Provost (2006-2008), Associate Vice Provost (2005-2006), Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (2004-2005), SBC Distinguished Professor of Computer Science (2004-2010), SBC Professor and Chair, Department of Computer Science (2002-2004), Professor and Chair, Department of Computer Science (1999-2002, 2009-2010)

European Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Engineering (EURISCO), Toulouse, France: Director of Research (1996-1999)

Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology, Portland, OR: Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering (1994-1996), Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, (1989-1994)

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR: Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science (1989), Graduate Teaching Fellow and Graduate Research Fellow, Department of Computer and Information Science (1983-1988), Adjunct Assistant Professor and Lecturer in Law, School of Law (1981-1985)

Jaqua, Wheatley, Gallagher & Holland, P.C., Eugene, OR: Associate Attorney (1979-1983)

Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC: Attorney-Adviser (1977-1979)

Grants and Contracts

Served as principal investigator or co-principal-investigator on grants and contracts totaling over $16 million. The awards funded projects covering both infrastructure development and basic research.


Published more than 135 refereed journal articles and conference papers, plus numerous workshop publications, book chapters, and technical reports. Research interests focus on interactive systems, including communications in cross-functional teams, spoken-language dialogue systems, and development methods for interfaces and their documentation.

Consulting Clients

Network General Corporation
Intel Corporation
Mentor Graphics Corporation
Servio Logic Development Corporation