CHI 2015 Apr 12, 2015
Prof. dr. Kris LUYTEN
The UHasselt-iMinds HCI researchers of the Expertise Centre for Digital Media will present a selection of their ongoing HCI research at the 33rd ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’2015).
Two full conference papers and one note were accepted for the highly competitive papers and notes track, the main archival track of CHI.
Our work this year discusses, amongst other things, end-user development of interactive paper using printed electronics, social signal processing techniques to improve presentation skills, a new approach for private online communication, new work on space usage rules, interaction with smartwatches and end-user fabrication for smart homes.
In addition to these papers, our lab will present one alt.chi contribution, two Work-In-Progress papers, five workshop contributions and we’ll have a setup at the interactivity venue.
List of full papers and notes at the conference:
- You Can’t Smoke Here: Towards Support for Space Usage Rules in Location-aware Technologies. Pavel Samsonov, Xun Tang, Johannes Schöning, Werner Kuhn, Brent Hecht.
- PaperPulse: An Integrated Approach for Embedding Electronics in Paper Designs. Raf Ramakers, Kashyap Todi, Kris Luyten.
- Augmenting Social Interactions: Realtime Behavioural Feedback using Social Signal Processing Techniques. Ionut Damian, Chiew Seng Sean Tan, Tobias Baur, Johannes Schöning, Kris Luyten, Elisabeth André.