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Program ECCE 2011

Effective Aug 22, 2011

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Tuesday, 23 August 2011
  • W1: Non-formal modelling for interaction design (Room 116),
    Gerrit C. van der Veer, Achim Ebert, Inga Scheler
  • W2: Concepts of Agency and Situation in Cognitive Engineering (Room 209),
    Christian Stary
Registration 09:00
Session 1 09:30
Coffee break 10:30
Session 2 11:00
Lunch 12:30
Session 3 14:00
Coffee break 15:30
Session 4 16:00
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
Registration 08:30
Opening ceremony 09:15
Keynote, Chair: Gerrit van der Veer
Use is everywhere and changing: Analysis and design with the Human-Artifact Model
Susanne Bødker (University of Aarhus)
Coffee break 10:30
Paper session 1: Studying Cognitive Tasks & Training, Chair: Francoise Detienne
  • The Effect of Task Load on the Occurrence of Cognitive Lockup in a High-Fidelity Flight Simulator, Rosemarijn Looije and Tina Mioch, long paper
  • Variable Uncertainty: Scenario Design for Training Adaptive and Flexible Skills, Joris Field, Amy Rankin, Jelke Van Der Pal, Henrik Eriksson and William Wong, long paper
  • Impact of Human Operators on Communication Network Dependability, Leena Norros, Ilkka Norros, Marja Liinasuo and Kari Seppänen, long paper
Lunch 12:30
Paper session 2: Decision Aiding, Chair: Achim Ebert
  • Polymorph Navigation Utilizing Domain-Specific Metadata: Experienced Benefits for E-Learners, Matthias Neubauer, Christian Stary and Stefan Oppl, long paper
  • COGNITO - A Cognitive Assistance and Training System for Manual Tasks in Industry, Dominic Gorecky, Simon Worgan and Gerrit Meixner, short paper
  • Facilitating Collaboration through Contract Visualization and Modularization, Stefania Passera and Helena Haapio, short paper
  • Outage on the table: The Design of interactive Surfaces for collaborative Operation in Outage Control Centres, Hanna Koskinen and Lars Hurlen, short paper
Coffee break 15:00
Paper session 3: Human-Centred Automation, Chair: Erik Grönvall
  • The Applicability of Human-Centred Automation Guidelines in the Fighter Aircraft Domain, Tove Helldin, Göran Falkman, Jens Alfredson and Johan Holmberg, long paper
  • Human in the Loop Concept Design and Evaluation of a multi-targeting System, Cécilia Aguero, Martijn Mooij and Michel Varkevisser, long paper
EACE AGM 16:30 - 17:30
Social event: boat trip (Scheduled arrival back at city harbour at 21:30) 18:30
Doctoral Consortium (Room 116), Chairs: Phil Turner, Gerrit van der Veer
  • Microinteractions for Supporting Grasp Tasks through Usage of Spare Attentional and Motor Resources, Katrin Wolf
  • Designing an Interactive Learning Environment for a Worldwide Distance Adult Learning Community, Teresa Consiglio and Gerrit van der Veer
  • Designing Education for People's Understanding and Experience, Els Rogier and Gerrit van der Veer
  • Internet-Delivered Multi-Patient Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy System for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders, Ni Kang, Willem-Paul Brinkman, M. Birna van Riemsdijk and Mark A. Neerincx
  • SDDPL: A Software Documentation Design Pattern Language, Brigit van Loggem
  • Integration of Patterns into Model-based Specifications of Smart Environments, Michael Zaki
  • Implicit and Explicit Memory in Social Tagging, Paul Seitlinger and Tobias Ley
  • Towards a Meta-Model to Utilize the Measuring of Competence, John-Harry Wieken
13:30 - 16:30
Thursday, 25 August 2011
Paper session 4: Evaluation of Cognitive Performance, Social Interaction & Usability, Chair: Christian Stary
  • Hand Position at Computer Screens: Effect on visual Processing, Nathalie Le Bigot and Wolfgang Jaschinski, short paper
  • Evaluating a Vehicle Auditory Display: Comparing s Designer's Expectations with Listeners' Experiences, Iain McGregor, Pontus Larsson and Phil Turner, short paper
  • Design Pattern based Decision Support, Niek de Moel and Gerrit van der Veer, short paper
  • Implicit and Explicit Memory in Social Tagging: Evidence from a Process Dissociation Procedure, Paul Seitlinger and Tobias Ley, long paper
  • 'Make it move': Playing Cause and Effect Games With A Robot Companion for Children With Cognitive Disabilities, Hagen Lehmann, Iolanda Iacono, Ben Robins, Patrizia Marti and Kerstin Dautenhahn, long paper
Coffee break 11:00
Paper session 5: Everyday Use of Technology, Chair: Marja Liinasuo
  • An Exploratory Study about the Everyday Use of Digital Material in University Education, Romy Dumke and Anke Dittmar, short paper
  • Feeling the Life: A look into the Visual Culture of Life Scientists, Dhaval Vyas, Hinal Bhatt, Lorenzo Moroni and Anton Nijholt, long paper
  • Everyday coping: The Appropriation of Technology, Phil Turner, long paper
Lunch 12:50
Keynote, Chair: Anke Dittmar
Physical Creatives in a Digital World
Alan Dix (Lancaster University, Talis Birmingham)
Poster Boaster session, Chairs: Tjerk de Greef, Geert de Haan 15:00
Posters & Demos, Coffee 15:15
Posters and Demonstrations
  • Enable Wikis for Seamless Hypervideo Integration, Niels Seidel
  • Towards Modeling Spatial Cognition for Intelligent Agents, Kavin Preethi Narasimhan
  • Putty Clay and Probe in User Centered-Design, Amandeep Dhir
  • Digital Focus Points for Emotional Immersion in Emergency Training, Jean Maurice Sammels
  • Using Eye Tracker Data in Air Traffic Control, Puck Imants and Tjerk de Greef
  • Creating a Context-Aware Mobile Application to Enlarge Social Cohesion: Skating Together, Martin Broos, Philippe van Gammeren, Tim van Steenoven and Geert de Haan
  • Collaborative Code Reviews on Interactive Surfaces, Felix Raab
  • The S-BPM Modeling Technique as an Enabling Tool for Representation of Agency and Situation, Florian Strecker and Nils Meyer
  • PERIKLES - A Workflow Based Approach to Support the Operating Room Management, Robert Kühn and Peter Forbrig
  • The Psycophysical Effects of Physical Impact to Human Soft Tissue, Khaled Alkhaledi, David Cochran, Michael Riley, Terry Stentz, Greg Bashford and George Meyer
  • Cognitive Tasks and Collaborative Agents for Microadaptive Game Activities, Dennis Maciuszek and Alke Martens
  • Towards Situational Business Process Modeling Support, Matthias Neubauer
  • A Task and Pattern-based Modeling Approach for Knowledge Sharing Systems, Jürgen Engel, Christian Herdin and Christian Märtin
  • Software Design and Media Design - tools to design Mobile and Sensory Interfaces and Interactive Environments, Geert de Haan
  • Verbal Use Case Specifications for Informal Requirements Elicitation, Eliezer Kantorowitz
  • Placing Documentation at the Heart of the Development Cycle, Brigit van Loggem
  • iGreen: Non-formal Modelling in Practice, Achim Ebert, Matthias Deller, Sebastian Thelen and Inga Scheler
  • Non-formal Techniques for Requirements Elicitation, Modeling, and Early Assessment for Services, Gerrit van der Veer and Dhaval Vyas
  • We Need Non-Formal Methods Based on Formal Models in Interaction Design, Steffen Hess, Andreas Maier and Marcus Trapp
Paper session 6: Affective/Emotional Aspects of Interaction, Chair: Tom Gross
  • Electronic Mail Usage at Work: an Analysis of the Users' Representations and Affects, Nadia Gauducheau, short paper
  • The Eleventh Finger: Levels of Manipulation in Multi-touch Interaction, Dietrich Kammer, Ingmar S. Franke, Juliane Steinhauf, Maxi Kirchner, Rainer Groh and Frank Schönefeld, long paper
  • My Grandfather's iPod: An Investigation of Attachment to digital and non-digital Artefacts, Phil Turner and Susan Turner, long paper
  • Combining Interviews and Scales in the multidimensional Evaluation of User Experience. A Case Study in 3D Games, Cédric Bach, Nadia Gauducheau and Pascal Salembier, short paper
16:20 - 18:00
Social event 19:00
Friday, 26 August 2011
Paper session 7: Collaboration at a Distance, Chair: Susan Turner
  • Stimulation of Interactivity in Online Communities, Herre Van Oostendorp and Ferdy Van Varik, long paper
  • Task Modeling for Collaborative Authoring, Gerrit Van Der Veer, Olga Kulyk, Dhaval Vyas, Onno Kubbe and Achim Ebert, long paper
  • AGReMo: Providing Ad-Hoc Groups with On-Demand Recommendations on Mobile Devices, Christoph Beckmann and Tom Gross, short paper
  • Participation framework(s) in Second Life meetings: communication media and roles, Françoise Détienne, Béatrice Cahour, Marie-Christine Legout and Marc Relieu, short paper
Coffee break 10:40
Paper session 8: Participatory Design, Chair: Herre van Oostendorp
  • Beyond Utopia: Reflections on Participatory Design in home-based healthcare with weak users, Erik Grönvall and Morten Kyng, long paper
  • Design of a safe Computer-supported cooperative Environment in Radiotherapy: exploratory Identification of Cooperation Strategies, Maria Isabel Munoz, Vanina Mollo, Flore Barcellini and Adelaide Nascimento, long paper
  • Training Systems Design: Bridging the Gap Between Users and Developers Using Storyboards, Amy Rankin, Joris Field, Rita Kovordanyi, Magnus Morin, Johan Jenvald and Henrik Eriksson, long paper
Lunch 12:30
Keynote, Chair: Peter Forbrig
Semantic Web meets UI: Context-Adaptive Interaction with Semantic Data
Jürgen Ziegler (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Closing ceremony 14:30 - 15:00