Date(s) - 12/12/2017
Edinburgh Napier University
The SICSA-HCI All Hands will take place on Tuesday 12 December at Edinburgh Napier University.
The meeting is one of the most important events in our calendar. As in previous years this is a great opportunity to meet up with your colleagues from across SICSA, hear some great keynote talks, find out more about SICSA and CHI2019 in Glasgow and participate in the question time panel. It is also a good opportunity to catch up with the latest HCI work and present the work of your research group.
If you would like to present the work of your research group or laboratory please contact the organizer, David Benyon directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a slot for lab overviews in the programme, or you can display a poster in the meeting room.
The programme for the day is:
10.00: Registration and Coffee
10.30: Introduction and Welcome from David Benyon (Edinburgh Napier University)
10.35: Opening Keynote David Geerts (Meaningful Interactions Lab, KU Leuven)
Title: Envisioning the Future of Interactive Television: using board games for ideation with end-users
11.20: SICSA HCI Labs overview Presentations from SICSA HCI members
12.30: Lunch (Opportunity for networking and visits to the Sensorium)
Guided tours of the Centre for interaction Design’s new UX lab; The Sensorium
13.15 SICSA HCI theme. Talks from Miguel Nacenta (University of St Andrews), Martin Halvey (Strathclyde University) & SICSA Knowledge Exchange Transfer Alistair Lawson (Edinburgh Napier University)
13.30 CHI2019 at Glasgow Steve Brewster (University of Glasgow)
Steve will present the plans for CHI2019 and give everyone an opportunity to comment and offer help, perhaps.
14.15 Keynote Jason Alexander (University of Lancaster)
Title: Benefits and Barriers to the Next Generation of Physical User Interfaces
15.00 Question Time Panel: Developing HCI and UX in Scotland
Questions from the floor for a panel of HCI/UX commentators
16.00 Close and Social Event
More information on the event along with registration details can be accessed on the Eventbrite page
This event is being organised by Professor David Benyon