Category Archives: Seminars

HCC Research Seminar: Tim Merritt

Title: Shape-Changing Interface Research: Small Steps To Address Grand Challenges. Abstract: In this seminar, I will review the topic of “Shape-Changing Interfaces,” taking departure in our recent paper identifying “grand challenges” for the research community (Alexander et al 2018). Shape-changing … Continue reading

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Upcoming HCC Research Seminar / Rikke H Jensen / 6th April

Rikke Hagensby Jensen 6th April 9:30-10:30 in 0.2.15 Title: Designing the Desirable Smart Home: A Study of Household Experiences and Energy Consumption Impacts Abstract:  Research has shown that desirable designs shape the use and experiences people have when interacting with technology. … Continue reading

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HCC Research Seminar / Jesper Kjeldskov / 23rd March

Jesper Kjeldskov 23rd March 9:30-10:30 in 0.2.15 The connected digital music ecosystem (DigiMUSE) In this HCC seminar, I will present some of the ideas from the DigiMUSE project proposal, which was shortlisted for an AAU strategy grant. Music is a … Continue reading

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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: 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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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 – Markus Löchtefeld

Title: Same-Side Interaction – Making Smartwatches mobile again Abstract: The latest advancements in mobile computing bring to a wide audience a new generation of wearable devices that are directly attached to a user’s body, for example glasses or smartwatches. Due … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – Effie Law and Anders Bruun

Title: Understanding the Relationship between Frustration and the Severity of Usability Problems: What can Psychophysiological Data (Not) Tell Us? Abstract: Frustration is used as a criterion for identifying usability problems (UPs) and for rating their severity in a few of … Continue reading

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