Author Archives: Dimitrios

S+I Research Seminar: Maria Kjærup

Title: Longitudinal Studies in HCI Abstract: Longitudinal studies have been discussed and applied in HCI research for many years, and research has stressed the importance of such studies. But it has also traditionally been seen as somewhat cumbersome and labour-intensive. … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar: Peter Axel Nielsen

Title: What’s all the fuss about design theory? Or, how can we formulate design principles of digital artefacts? Or, why bother? Abstract: Yes, it’ll be abstract. I’ll promise to give one example though. Where and When: Room 0.2.15, 3 of November … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar: Stine Schmieg Lundgaard

Title: HCI challenges for human-building interaction. Abstract: The fields of HCI and architecture are, to an increasing degree, intertwined. Using terms such as smart buildings or human-building interaction, interaction designers and architects are integrating digital technologies with our built environment. … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar: Vasiliki Tsaknaki

Title: Exploring preciousness for interaction design, by engaging in crafting, as a particular approach and attitude towards materiality and making. Abstract: Practice-based design research in the interaction design domain can contribute with studying the many facets involved in a making … Continue reading

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Provocation paper accepted at DIS 2017

Dimitrios, Rikke, Jesper and Mikael got their research work on provocation accepted at DIS 2017 Abstract Recently within HCI, design approaches have appeared, which deviate from the traditional ones. Among them critical design introduces deliberate provocations in order to challenge … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Timothy Merritt

Title: Human Activity Supported by Novel Interfaces Abstract: In many activities, communication among people can be limited. Current interfaces can be mismatched or inadequate considering environmental factors, e.g. the fine control offered by a mouse may be unhelpful while walking … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir

Title: Integrating UX activities in Agile Software Development Processes Abstract: Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir is an Associate Professor at Reykjavík University. She is visiting Aalborg to give a talk on her research on integrating UX activities in agile software development processes. … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Michael Kvist Svangren

Title: Ph.D. Plan: Cars as Digital Artefacts in Digital Eco-Systems Abstract: Over the last decades, we have witnessed a significant and rapid development of the digitalization of private cars. We currently use various interactive technologies to control car settings, such … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Elefteris Papachristos

Title: Well-being and Connectedness Abstract: There is a growing interest for the topic of well-being in the HCI community primarily fueled by developments in field of Positive Psychology. In the last decade HCI research has shifted the focus of attention … Continue reading

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