Tag Archives: HCI

Paper presented at OZCHI 2013

The paper “Promoting Pro-environmental Behaviour: a tale of two systems” authored by Jeni Paay, Jesper Kjeldskov, Mikael Skov, Rahuvaran Pathmanathan, and Jon Pearce was presented at OZCHI in December 2013 by Jeni and Jesper. It was a comparative story about … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar: Mathies Grøndahl Kristensen – Sustainability in HCI and My Work in the TotalFlex Project

June 28, 10:00-11:00, room 0.2.15, Cassiopeia. Abstract: Sustainability is a rapidly growing area of interest within the HCI community in which researchers are exploring a range of opportunities on how sustainability can be supported in an HCI context. During the S+I … Continue reading

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Heredia is “Pura Vida”!!!!!

Heredia, where the Universidad Nacional is located, is the capital of the 4th province of Costa  Rica (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heredia,_Costa_Rica).  One of the most emblematic monuments of this city, “El Fortin”, could explain why in Costa Rica we decided to abolish the … Continue reading

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Digital Urban Ambience: Mediating Context on Mobile Devices in the City

Article in Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing. Jesper and Mikael has had an article accepted for the Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing written in collaboration with three former Masters Students in HCI. The study revisits ideas from earlier work … Continue reading

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The Interaction Space of a Multi-Device, Multi-User Music Experience

Paper at NordiCHI 2012. Henrik and Jesper has published a first full paper based on Henrik’s Master Thesis work and first year of PhD study. Henrik presented the paper at the NordiCHI 2012 conference at ITU in Copenhagen in October. … Continue reading

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A longitudinal review of Mobile HCI research Methods

Paper at Mobile HCI 2012. Jeni and Jesper has published a follow-up study on research methods in Mobile HCI. Like the first study with Connor Graham it reviews current methods and purposes through a comprehensive literature study. The paper was … Continue reading

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Research Methods in Mobile HCI: Trends and Opportunities

Panel at Mobile HCI 2012. At Mobile HCI 2012 in San Francisco, Jesper hosted and participated in a panel on trends and opportunities in methods for doing mobile HCI research. Apart from Jesper, the panel consisted of five internationally acclaimed scholars … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar: Jeni Paay

Spooning in the kitchen Presented by Jeni Paay, 9th November, 2012 Cooking together is an important part of everyday life, a social event in which people enhance their relationships through shared stories and swapping ideas on food preparation. We present … Continue reading

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Successful Seminar by Dr Keith Cheverst

The S+I seminar on  “Exploring the design and use of public situated displays for supporting sense of community in a rural village”  was a great success. The audience heard of Keith’s exploration of the ways in which a situated digital display deployment … Continue reading

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