The BCS HCI Doctoral Consortium will be held at the City Centre Campus in Fleming Building 005 on the 3rd of July from 9.00 until late afternoon followed by an early evening social event with participants from the Maker Day and other workshops held on the 3rd.
If you need any help, there are British HCI volunteers in the FabLab on 0191 337 1588.
(5 min talk + 10 min questions)
|9.15 am||Introduction and welcome||Raymond Bond|
|9.30 am||The Values of Tangible User Interfaces: How to discover, assess and evaluate them?||Alexander Nemeth and Ben Salem|
|9.55 am||Designing Systems for Risk Based Decision Making||Andrew M’Manga|
|10.50 am||Presenting Assyriology through Serious Games for Heritage||Laurence C. Hanes|
|11.15 am||Citizen centric task based design method to personalise e-Government services||Sohail Sarwar|
|11.40 am||User Interaction Modelling for Adaptive Human Computer Interaction||Anas Samara, Leo Galway, Raymond Bond and Hui Wang|
|12.05 pm||Digital Health Literacy for Older People: Investigating the Motivations, Challenges, and Experiences||Parvathy Harilal|
|1.30 pm||Youth digital culture co-creation: measuring social impact.||Alicja Pawluczuk|
|1.55 pm||Using creative expression techniques to improve emotional self-reporting interfaces||Carla Nave|
|2.40 pm||Challenges in the Design and Implementation of Audio Games: An Investigation of the Audio Games Design Process||Michael Urbanek|
|3.05 pm||Embodied Interaction: Perception and Consciousness in 3d Audio-Visual Installations||Ken Byers|
Pizza & Beer with the Digital Make Believers in the FabLab at 19.00.