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(Last Updated: 28 July, 2023)

Program Overview


Tuesday, 25 July, 18:30 - 20:00, Opening Plenary Session

08:00 – 10:00 10:30 – 12:30 13:30 – 15:30 16:00 – 18:00
Friday, 28 July, 08:00 – 10:00 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S289: New approaches in media interactions: technologies, methods and impacts
Room 19
Chair: Valdecir Becker, Brazil

  • Interoperable Findability: Investigating an Information Ecology of Graded Feedback in Higher Education
    Michael Lahey, United States
  • Incorporating Eye Tracking into an EEG-based Brainwave Visualization System
    Matheus Cavalcanti, Felipe Melo Feliciano de Sá, Thiago Silva, Matheus Falcao, Daniel De Queiroz Cavalcanti, Valdecir Becker, Brazil
  • Research on Brain-Computer Interfaces in the Entertainment Field
    Daniel De Queiroz Cavalcanti, Felipe Melo Feliciano de Sá, Thiago Silva, Matheus Falcao, Matheus Cavalcanti, Valdecir Becker, Brazil
  • Heuristic-Based Evaluation of Transparency Websites of the Municipal Governments Viewed on Web and Mobile Browsers
    Joao Marcelo Alves Macedo, Valdecir Becker, Felipe Melo Feliciano de Sá, Brazil
  • Semi-Autonomous Units for Mechanized Combat Controlled by Voice Commands
    Per-Anders Oskarsson, Peter Svenmarck, Kristofer Bengtsson, Alexander Melbi, Anna Pestrea, Sweden
  • Being Elsewhere: An Information Architecture Approach to the Design of a Sense of Presence in XR Environments
    Andrea Resmini, Bertil Lindenfalk, Sweden; Jussi S. Jauhiainen, Finland

S290: User experience and technology acceptance
Room 20
Chair: Masashi Sugimoto, Japan

  • Research on Usability Evaluation of Online Exhibition Applications
    Shih-Chieh Chen, Yu-Hsuan Lee, Taiwan
  • Analysing the Use of Voice Assistants in Domestic Settings Through the Lens of Activity Theory
    Edith Maier, Ulrich Reimer, Switzerland
  • Work Characteristics as Determinants of Remote Working Acceptance: Integrating UTAUT and JD-R Models
    Nicoletta Massa, Ferdinando Paolo Santarpia, Chiara Consiglio, Italy
  • Do not Shoot the Messenger: Effect of System Critical Feedback on User-Perceived Usability
    Georgios Melissourgos, Christos Katsanos, Greece
  • How Different Tourist Sites Evoke Different Emotions: Investigation Focusing on the Urban and Rural Sites in Japan
    Masashi Sugimoto, Yasuo Yagi, Noriko Nagata, Japan
  • In Technology We trust! But Should We?
    Arianna Sica, Henrik Skaug Saetra, Norway
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S291: Boundary and Relationality Perspective Systemics - I
Room B3 M1
Chair: Katsunori Shimohara, Japan

  • A Study on Human-Computer Interaction with Text-to/from-Image Game AIs for Diversity Education
    Shun Hattori, Madoka Takahara, Japan
  • A Study on HCI of a Collaborated Nurture Game for Sleep Education with Child and Parent
    Madoka Takahara, Shun Hattori, Japan
  • Personalized Sleep Stage Estimation based on Time Series Probability of Estimation for Each Label with Wearable 3-axis Accelerometer
    Iko Nakari, Masahiro Nakashima, Keiki Takadama, Japan
  • Emotive Idea and Concept Generation
    Tetsuya Maeshiro, Yuri Ozawa, Midori Maeshiro, Japan
  • Effects of Visual and Personality Impressions on the Voices Matched to Animated Characters
    Hiyori Takahashi, Tetsuya Maeshiro, Japan
  • Research on designing and evaluating alarm signals for varying criticality scenarios
    Yeqing Pei, P.R. China
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S292: Human Factors in Complex Systems
Room B3 M2
Chair: Qin Gao, P.R. China

  • An Erroneous Behavior Taxonomy for Operation and Maintenance of Network Systems
    Zijian Yin, Lei Long, Jiahao Yu, Yijing Zhang, Zhizhong Li, P.R. China
  • Expertise Analysis in Chest X-Rays Diagnosis based on Eye Tracking Stimulated Retrospections: Effective Diagnosis Strategies in Medical Checkup Condition
    Hirotaka Aoki, Koji Morishita, Marie Takahashi, Rea Machida, Atsushi Kudoh, Mitsuhiro Kishino, Tsuyoshi Shirai, Japan
  • Parsing Pointer Movements in a Target Unaware Environment
    Jonah Scudere-Weiss, Abigail Wilson, Danielle Allessio, William Lee, John Magee, United States
  • Re-Designing the Interaction of Day-to-Day Applications to Support Sustained Attention Level
    Naile Hacioglu, Maria Chiara Leva, Hyowon Lee, Ireland
  • Integrated Visual Cognition Performance Evaluation Model of Intelligent Control System Interface
    Xiaoli Wu, Yiyao Zhou, P.R. China
  • Research and Application of Intelligent Technology for Preventing Human Error in Nuclear Power Plant
    Yang Shen, Xiang Ye, Di Zhai, P.R. China
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S293: Design for Inclusion - I
Room 173
Chairs: Monica Landoni, Switzerland; Anna Szlavi, Norway

  • Bridging Values: The Inclusion of Young Generations in Computing
    Anna Szlavi, Norway; Serena Versino, Italy; Irene Zanardi, Switzerland; Karolina Bolesta, Poland; Letizia Jaccheri, Norway
  • Better Balance in Informatics: An Honest Discussion with Students
    Elisavet Kozyri, Mariel Evelyn Markussen Ellingsen, Ragnhild Abel Grape, Letizia Jaccheri, Norway
  • A Greed(y) Training Strategy to Attract High School Girls to Undertake Studies in ICT
    Tiziana Catarci, Barbara Polidori, Daniel Raffini, Paola Velardi, Italy
  • Bridging the Communication Rate Gap: Enhancing Text Input for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
    Hussein Yusufali, Stefan Goetze, Roger Moore, United Kingdom
  • Design With and For Children: The Challenge of Inclusivity
    Sveva Valguarnera, Monica Landoni, Switzerland
  • Wrist View: Understanding Human Activity Through the Hand
    Vishnu Kakaraparthi, United States; Morris Goldberg, France; Troy McDaniel, United States
CCD: Cross-Cultural Design

S294: From Ritual to Form: Cross-Cultural Design for Cultural Sustainability - VI
Room 6/7
Chairs: Yikang Sun, P.R. China; Rungtai Lin, Taiwan

  • Gaze Interaction Design for Displaying Characters of Taiwanese Glove Puppetry
    Tsuei-Ju Hsieh, Yun-Ju Chen, Chun-Cheng Hsu, Hsiao-Yu Lo, Taiwan
  • A Study on the Influence of Converting Cultural Elements into Pattern Design and Cultural Cognition
    Jun Chen, LuoYu Chen, P.R. China
  • A Study on the Emotional Awareness of Lacquer Art Dyeing Applied to Fan
    LuoYu Chen, Jun Chen, P.R. China
  • Viewer’s Perceptual Difference in NFT Aesthetics – A Case Study of Popular NFT Avatars (PFPs) at the Opensea
    Bin Chen, P.R. China
  • The Impact of Visual Design on a Social Movement - A case study of the Taipei Natural Foot Association
    Ying-Shueh Shih, Taiwan
  • Colorful Commuting Journey: Non-driving Related Tasks that Drivers Willing to Perform across Vehicles of Various Automation Levels and the Reasons
    Jingyu Pang, Xingchen Zhou, P.R. China
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S295: The World of Consumers and Social Media: People and Organizations
Room B3 M5
Chair: Adela Coman, Romania

  • Management of Cultural Institutions. Case-Study: Management of Performing Arts in Romania
    Adela Coman, Ana-Maria Grigore, Andreea Ardelean, Romania
  • Customer Review Classification Using Machine Learning and Deep Learning Techniques
    Nikhil Sunil, Farid Shirazi, Canada
  • Anonymous COVID-19 Channel on Jodel: A Quantitative Content Analysis
    Karoline Jüttner, Philipp Nowak, Aylin Imeri, Wolfgang G. Stock, Germany
  • Social network analysis-based evaluation on carbon neutrality acceptance of Weibo users
    Yuan Fu, Peihan Wen, Junlin Wu, P.R. China
  • Considerations on FinTech Models in Romania – Specific Aspects Regarding Communication with Customers and the Recognition of Financial Flows Generated by These Models in the Accounting of Privately Owned Companies
    Cristina Nicolaescu, Lucia Risti, Monica Bija, Romania
VAMR: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S296: UX in VAMR - III
Room B3 M6
Chair: Chao Peng, United States

  • Gender Effects on Physical Contact in Social VR
    Kanami Tsuda, Junko Ichino, Kouki Shimizu, Japan
  • Multi-User VR Experience for Creating and Trading Non-Fungible Tokens
    Lizhou Cao, Jackson Shuminski, Huadong Zhang, Pruthviraj Solanki, David Long, David Schwartz, Ihab Mardini, Chao Peng, United States
  • Realtime-3D Interactive Content Creation for Multi-Platform Distribution: A 3D Interactive Content Creation User Study
    Gareth W. Young, Grace Dinan, Ireland; Aljosa Smolic, Switzerland
  • A VR Office Applying Modern Search and Filter Concepts for Knowledge Workers
    Fanny Weidner, Laurenz Bischoff, Johannes Baetz, Robin Schoeppach, Peter Meineke, Kevin Kambach, Jannick Mitsch, Andreas Motuzov, Martin Mieth, Andreas Schulz, Melissa Weidlich-Rau, Christian Roschke, Matthias Vodel, Alexander Kuehn, Tobias Czauderna, Daniel Muessig, Manuel Heinzig, Joerg Laessig, Marc Ritter, Germany
  • AR-Based Visitor Support System for Enhancing the Liveliness of Sightseeing Spots Using CG Humanoid Models
    Kouyou Otsu, Takuya Ueno, Tomoko Izumi, Japan
  • 3-D Mental Rotation Ability Testing with Mixed Reality
    Zeynep Piri, Kursat Cagiltay, Turkey
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S297: Digital Human Modeling & Applications in Emotion and Health in the Post-COVID-19 Era
Room B3 M3
Chair: Thitirat Siriborvornratanakul, Thailand

  • A Digital Human Emotion Modeling Application Using Metaverse Technology in the Post-COVID-19 Era
    Chutisant Kerdvibulvech, Thailand
  • The Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic on Nursing Workflow in a Medical ICU
    Vitor De Oliveira Vargas, Jung Hyup Kim, Alireza Kasaie Sharifi, Laurel Despins, United States
  • Multidimensional Data Integration and Analysis for Youth Health Care during the Covid-19 Pandemic
    Jianlun Wu, Yaping Ye, P.R. China; Yuxi Li, Ruichen Cong, Japan; Yishan Bian, Yuerong Chen, P.R. China; Kiichi Tago, Shoji Nishimura, Atsushi Ogihara, Qun Jin, Japan
  • Design for Shoulder and Neck Pain based on Yoga Asanas Practice
    Yeqi Wu, Ziyan Dong, Xinran Liu, Xiang Wu, Tianfeng Xu, Xiangyu Liu, Li Xu, P.R. China
  • Fitness Bow: an Intelligent Supervised Motion System
    Lirong Che, Suzhen Zhang, Yanran Chen, Yan Dong, Qiong Wu, P.R. China
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S298: Ergonomics, Design, Usability and User Experience - III
Room 18
Chair: Marcelo M. Soares, P.R. China

  • Prioritization Matrix to Highlight Business Opportunities
    Adriano Bernardo Renzi, Canada; Luiz Agner, Brazil
  • Listening Through Technology: an Interactive Sound Walk for a Suburb in Shenzhen
    Marcel Zaes Sagesser, Binghuang Xu, P.R. China
  • A Review of Usability Guidelines in E-commerce Website Design
    Martin Maguire, United Kingdom
  • The Attention of Students in the Metaverse: Practical Application
    Layane Araujo, Brazil; Marcelo M. Soares, P.R. China; Romero Tori, Brazil; Yijing Zhang, P.R. China
  • SIMBA: An interactive sketch-based tool for motion visualization
    Kalyan Ramana, Sumedh Simha, Prasad Onkar, India
  • Comparing Photorealistic and Animated Embodied Conversational Agents in Serious Games: An Empirical Study on User Experience
    Danai Korre, United Kingdom
DAPI: Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S299: Topics in Ethics of High Performance Computing for Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions
Room 179
Chair: Elaine M. Raybourn, United States

  • Weather Forecasting Limitations in the Developing World
    Jay Lofstead, United States
  • Guidelines for Practicing Responsible Innovation in HPC: A Sociotechnical Approach
    Elaine M. Raybourn, Killian Muollo, United States
  • Ethical Considerations of High Performance Computing Access for Pervasive Computing
    Nathaniel Kremer-Herman, United States
  • Development of Large-Scale Scientific Cyberinfrastructure and the Growing Opportunity to Democratize Access to Platforms and Data
    Jakob Luettgau, Giorgio Scorzelli, Valerio Pascucci, Michela Taufer, United States
  • User-Centred Detection of Violent Conversations on Mobile Edge Devices
    Amna Anwar, Eiman Kanjo, United Kingdom
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S300: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - I
Room 5
Chairs: David Fonseca Escudero, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain

  • From Face-to-Face Learning to Virtual Learning: Students' Perspective
    Omar Condor-Herrera, Monica Bolanos-Pasquel, Carlos Ramos-Galarza, Jorge Cruz-Cardenas, Ecuador
  • Usability Study of a Pilot Database Interface for Consulting Open Educational Resources in the Context of the ENCORE Project
    Andrea Vazquez-Ingelmo, Alicia Garcia-Holgado, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain; Filippo Chiarello, Italy
  • Authoring Robot Presentation Behavior for Promoting Self-Review
    Kenyu Ito, Akihiro Kashihara, Japan
  • Towards Accessible, Sustainable and Healthy Mobility: the City of Barcelona as Case Study
    Monica V. Sanchez-Sepulveda, David Fonseca Escudero, Joan Navarro, Daniel Amo-Filva, Spain
  • Learning System for Relational Algebra
    Erika Hernandez-Rubio, Marco Antonio Rodriguez Torres, Humberto Vazquez Santiago, Amilcar Meneses-Viveros, Mexico
  • A Review on Modular Framework and Artificial Intelligence-based Smart Education
    Sarthak Sengupta, Anurika Vaish, India; David Fonseca Escudero, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain; Anindya Bose, United Kingdom; Fernando Moreira, Portugal
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S301: Digital empowerment of senior citizens to promote an active and healthy ageing
Room 178
Chair: Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal

  • “miPlay” as a Transmedia Strategy: Co-designing a Movie-based Digital Game for Older Adults
    Francisco Regalado, Claudia Pedro Ortet, Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal
  • Virtual Reality Hippotherapy Simulator: A Model Proposal for Senior Citizens
    Claudia Pedro Ortet, Mario Vairinhos, Ana Isabel Veloso, Liliana Vale Costa, Portugal
  • Strategies for fostering Senior Citizens’ Active Participation in Online Communities
    Rafaela Carrilho, Liliana Vale Costa, Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal
  • The Use of Immersive Technologies while Ageing in the Digitally Mediated Society
    Claudia Pedro Ortet, Liliana Vale Costa, Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal
  • “Hi, My Name is Robin” – Remotely Co-Designing an Embodied Conversational Agent for Empathy with Older Adults
    Sefora Tunc, Femke Nijboer, Angelica M. Tinga, Monique Tabak, Netherlands
  • Habituation to Simulator Sickness in Older Adults during a Chronic Back Pain Therapy Program with Repeated Virtual Reality Exposure
    Oskar Stamm, Rebecca Dahms, Germany
HCI-CPT: HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S302: HCI in User Authentication and Behavior Analysis
Room 17
Chair: Arnoldas Budzys, Lithuania

  • Person Verification Based on Multipoint Measurements of Intrabody Propagation Signal
    Isao Nakanishi, Tomoaki Oku, Souta Okasaka, Japan
  • Behavioral Biometrics Authentication in Critical Infrastructure Using Siamese Neural Networks
    Arnoldas Budzys, Olga Kurasova, Viktor Medvedev, Lithuania
  • Analysis of Country and Regional User Password Characteristics in Dictionary Attacks
    Shodai Kurasaki, Akira Kanaoka, Japan
  • The Association Between Academic Clickbait and Impact: from the Perspective of Online Media News
    Yifan Zhu, Xin Li, Jia Zhou, Yunshan Jiang, P.R. China
MobiTAS: HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S303: Innovations in Automotive User Experience: From Visual Design to Intelligent Interactions
Room 180
Chair: Yaliang Chuang, Netherlands

  • A Longitudinal Driving Experience Study with a Novel and Retrofit Intelligent Speed Assistant System
    Yaliang Chuang, Tim Muyrers, Wanyan Zhang, Marieke Martens, Netherlands
  • Evaluating the Potential of Interactivity in Explanations for User-Adaptive In-Vehicle Systems – Insights from a Real-World Driving Study
    Julia Graefe, Lena Rittger, Germany; Gabriele Carollo, Italy; Doreen Engelhardt, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  • MOSI APP - A Motion Cueing Application to Mitigate Car Sickness While Performing Non-driving Task
    Daofei Li, Biao Xu, Linhui Chen, Binbin Tang, Tingzhe Yu, Keyuan Zhou, Nan Qie, Yilei Shi, Cheng Lu, Haimo Zhang, P.R. China
  • SAFERent: Design of a Driver Training Application for Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
    Molly Mersinger, Shivani Patel, Jenna Korentsides, Elaine Choy, Stephen Woods, Barbara Chaparro, Alex Chaparro, United States
  • Enhancing Trust in Smart Charging Agents — The Role of Traceability for Human-Agent-Cooperation
    Christiane Attig, Tim Schrills, Markus Gödker, Patricia Wollstadt, Christiane Wiebel-Herboth, André Calero Valdez, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • I also care in manual driving - Influence of type, position and quantity of oncoming vehicles on manual driving behaviour on straights on rural roads
    Patrick Rossner, Marty Friedrich, Konstantin Felbel, Andre Dettmann, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
MOBILE: Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S304: Mobile Communications Development and Users Adoption
Room B3 M4
Chair: June Wei, United States

  • Risk Assessment in Intelligent City based on Objective Mean Analysis
    Jonah Ji, June Wei, United States
  • Too Smart to Make a Phone Call: A Focus Group Study on the Use of Smartphones Among Older Adults
    Guolong Sun, Honglian Xiang, Susu Zhang, Jia Zhou, Yunshan Jiang, P.R. China
  • Research on Mobile Commerce Tax Collection and Administration under Digitization
    Huiying Luo, Peiyan Zhou, Qian Wang, P.R. China
  • Smartphones and Higher Education: Mapping the Field
    Jorge Cruz-Cardenas, Ecuador; Ekaterina Zabelina, Olga Deyneka, Russia; Andres Palacio-Fierro, Jorge Guadalupe-Lanas, Carlos Ramos-Galarza, Ecuador
  • Effects of luxury hotel guests’ feedback on average daily rate (ADR), revenue per available room (RevPAR), and goodwill – An empirical study in Pensacola
    Shaniqka Green, Xuan Tran, United States

Friday, 28 July, 10:30 – 12:30 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S305: HCI in Digital Fashion Communication
Room 19
Chairs: Lorenzo Cantoni, Nadzeya Sabatini, Switzerland

  • Robot in Disguise
    Paulina Zguda, Poland
  • Exploring the Tensions of Self-tracking Wearable Technologies Through Design
    Chiara Di Lodovico, Italy
  • Fashion Games, Fashion in Games and Gamification in Fashion - A First Map
    Alice Noris, Nadzeya Sabatini, Lorenzo Cantoni, Switzerland
  • Body-Centric Vibrotactile Display for Social Support during Public Speaking
    Yulia Sion, Sercan Selvi, David Lamas, Estonia
  • Be Me Vest - Exploring the Emotional Effects of Music and Sound-Based Vibrotactile Stimuli
    Yulia Sion, Sunil Sudevan, David Lamas, Estonia

S306: Interactive Technologies and Society - ΙΙ
Room 20
Chair: Ignacio Garnham, Denmark

  • The Social Life of Algorithms: Tracing notions of algorithms beyond human-algorithm interactions
    Ignacio Garnham, Rachel Smith, Denmark
  • Message Recommendation Strategies for Tailoring Health Information to Promote Physical Activities
    Longdan Hao, Stefan Goetze, Mark Hawley, United Kingdom
  • User-Centered Design of a Digital Citizen Inquiry Project on Plastic Circular Economy for Young People
    Niwat Srisawasdi, Patcharin Panjaburee, Thailand
  • A Scoping Review: Mental Model Research in HCI from 2010 to 2021
    Xinhui Hu, Michael Twidale, United States
  • Achieving a balance between work and rest through interaction design
    Jiancheng Zhong, Qiong Wu, P.R. China
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S307: Designing Systems to Enhance Human Performance
Room B3 M2
Chairs: Kim-Phuong Vu, Thomas Strybel, United States

  • Perceived Urgency of Asynchronous Audiovisual Alerts
    Vivian Tran, Thomas Strybel, United States
  • Development of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Vehicles for Ease of Operation
    Vernol Battiste, Thomas Strybell, United States
  • What Affects the Success of Programmers in Query Validation Process? An Eye Tracking Study
    Deepti Mishra, Yavuz Inal, Norway
  • Using Perspective Taking and Information Paucity to Explore Alternative Realities
    David Illingworth, Ashley Lawrence, Michael Dougherty, Rick Thomas, United States

S308: Boundary and Relationality Perspective Systemics - II
Room B3 M1
Chair: Katsunori Shimohara, Japan

  • Does Guaranteeing Anonymity in SNS Use Contribute to Regional Revitalization?
    Yurika Shiozu, Soichi Arai, Hiromu Aso, Yuto Ohara, Ichiro Inaba, Katsunori Shimohara, Japan
  • An Online Opinion-Learning Experiment Simulating Social Interaction on Emerging Technologies: A Case Study of Genome-Edited Crops
    Kyoko Ito, Kazune Ezaki, Tomiko Yamaguchi, Japan
  • Controllable Features to Create Highly Evaluated Manga
    Kotaro Nishizaki, Tetsuya Maeshiro, Japan
  • Chatbot to Facilitate Opinion Formation in Web Search
    Yuya Okuse, Yusuke Yamamoto, Japan
  • Generating Various 3D Motions by Emergent Imitation Learning
    Ryusei Mitsunobu, Chika Oshima, Koichi Nakayama, Japan
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S309: Design for Inclusion - II
Room 173
Chairs: Monica Landoni, Switzerland; Anna Szlavi, Norway

  • A Multimodal Installation Exploring Gender Bias in Artificial Intelligence
    Mihaela Dobreva, Bulgaria; Tea Rukavina, France; Vivian Stamou, Greece; Anastasia Nefeli Vidaki, Belgium; Lida Zacharopoulou, Greece
  • Designing Ethics-Aware DecidArch Game to Promote Value Diversity in Software Architecture Design Decision Making
    Razieh Alidoosti, Italy; Patricia Lago, Eltjo Poort, Maryam Razavian, Netherlands
  • Effective Strategies for Encouraging Girls in Informatics
    Zeynep Sahin Timar, Ozge Misirli, Turkey
  • Promoting the Participation of Girls in Informatics: Best Practices Booklet of EUGAIN
    Zeynep Sahin Timar, Turkey
  • New Universal Design Heuristics for Mobile Augmented Reality Applications
    Attila Bekkvik Szentirmai, Pietro Murano, Norway
CCD: Cross-Cultural Design

S310: Social applications of cross-cultural design
Room 6/7
Chair: Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China

  • Building the Knowledge base of Folk Beliefs Based on Semantic Web Technology
    Yu-Liang Chi, Han-Yu Sung, Taiwan
  • SeeCC: An Online Cross-Cultural Communication Aid to Improve Communication and Cooperation Performance
    Nan Qie, Xinyue Kang, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Preferences for Chinese TV dramas and Purchase Intentions of Southeast Asian Audiences
    Ping Hua Lee, Pin-Hsuan Chen, P.R. China; Dian Yu, Singapore; Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Online Collaborative Sketching and Communication to Support Product Ideation by Design Teams
    Yuting Ye, Hongkun Tian, Tianhang Pei, Yuxin Luo, Yue Chen, P.R. China
  • Design of Intelligent Real-Time Feedback System in Online Classroom
    Tianyi Yuan, Zhecheng Wang, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Investigating Control Method of User Interaction with Multi-Device in Smart Home
    Yan Shi, Na Liu, P.R. China
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S311: Marketing Science
Room B3 M5
Chairs: Kohei Otake, Takashi Namatame, Japan

  • Analysis of Loyal Customers Considering Diversity of Customers
    Tomoki Yoshimi, Kohei Otake, Takashi Namatame, Japan
  • Analysis of Purchasing Behavior Based on Discount Rates Using Home Scan Data
    Takaaki Mimura, Takashi Namatame, Japan
  • Evaluating Differences in Consumer Behavior with and without Planning and Predicting Unplanned Purchases
    Hiromi Tanabe, Kohei Otake, Takashi Namatame, Japan
  • Causal Inference of Direct Email Advertising Effects Using ID-POS Data of an Electronics Store
    Yujun Ma, P.R. China; Kohei Otake, Takashi Namatame, Japan
  • Evaluation of Consumer Behavior Focusing on the Change in Flow Line Impacted by Floor Renovation in a Fashion Department Store
    Jin Nakashima, Takashi Namatame, Kohei Otake, Japan
  • Identification of Evaluation Items in Consumer Reviews using Natural Language Processing Models with Social Media Information
    Emi Iwanade, Takashi Namatame, Kohei Otake, Japan
  • Visualization of Community Structure using Follower Data on Twitter and Comparison Between Stores
    Ryo Morooka, Takashi Namatame, Kohei Otake, Japan
  • Research on Store Evaluation in the Service Industry Through Analysis of Questionnaire Data on Employee Satisfaction
    Akito Kumazawa, Takashi Namatame, Kohei Otake, Japan
VAMR: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S312: VAMR in health, medicine and surgery
Room B3 M6
Chair: Lea Brandt, United States

  • Virtual Reality Immersion: Enhancing Physician Communication to Promote Ethical Behavior at the Bedside
    Lea Brandt, Sara Mostowfi, United States
  • Designing and Evaluating a Virtual Reality Training for Paramedics to Practice Triage in Complex Situations
    Paul Vogt, Rik Boer, Marieke De Boer, Hilco Prins, Joya Smit, Daan Tuinstra, Nick Degens, Marike Hettinga, Wolter Paans, Netherlands
  • A Participatory Design Approach to Develop a VR-Based Electrocardiogram Training Simulator
    Harris Nisar, Arnav Shah, Avinash Gupta, Abraham Kocheril, United States
  • Is Industrial Tomography Ready for Augmented Reality? A Need-finding Study of How Augmented Reality Can Be Adopted by Industrial Tomography Experts
    Yuchong Zhang, Sweden; Adam Nowak, Guruprasad Rao, Andrzej Romanowski, Poland; Morten Fjeld, Sweden
  • Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa through Virtual Reality-Based Body Exposure and Reduction of Attentional Bias
    Jose Gutierrez-Maldonado, Natalia Briseno, Mariarca Ascione, Franck Meschberger-Annweiler, Spain; Bruno Porras-Garcia, United States; Marta Ferrer-Garcia, Eduardo Serrano, Marta Carulla, Spain
  • Physiological Data Placement Recommendations for VR Sport Applications
    Dirk Queck, Iannis Albert, Georg Volkmar, Rainer Malaka, Marc Herrlich, Germany
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S313: Human Robotic Interaction: Virtual Reality, Security & Human Factors
Room B3 M3
Chair: Damien Chablat, France

  • Description of Sequential Risky Decision-making Choices in Human-Machine Teams Using Eye-tracking and Decision Tree
    Wei Xiong, Chen Wang, Liang Ma, P.R. China
  • Introduction of a Cobot as Intermittent Haptic Contact Interfaces in Virtual Reality
    Vamsi Krishna Guda, Stanley Mugisha, Christine Chevallereau, Damien Chablat, France
  • A Systematic Review of Enhancing Aerospace Safety with Augmented Reality
    Ray Wu, Molly Moore, Vincent G. Duffy, United States

S314: Advancements in Healthcare Technology and Design
Room B3 M4
Chair: Deep Seth, India

  • Simulation of Cable driven Elbow Exosuit in Matlab
    Sreejan Alapati, Deep Seth, India; Yannick Aoustin, France
  • Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients and Support Vector Machines for Cough Detection
    Mpho Mashika, Dustin Van der Haar, South Africa
  • The Role of Social Networks when Using Digital Health Interventions for Multimorbidity
    Sara Polak, Cora Van Leeuwen, Myriam Sillevis Smitt, Belgium; Julie Doyle, Suzanne Cullen-Smith, Ireland; An Jacobs, Belgium
  • Evaluating Domain-Independent Small Talk Conversations to Improve Clinical Communication Interaction for Human and Machine
    Chloe Aguilar, Muhammad Amith, Lu Tang, Jane Hamilton, Lara S. Savas, Danniel Rhee, Tazrin Khan, Cui Tao, United States
  • Medics: an interdisciplinary proposal to create a medical data collection device to empower the patient.
    Juan Carlos de Jesus Ramirez Gonzalez, Leonardo Bautista Gomez, Victor Liceaga Rios, Rocio Abascal Mena, Mexico
  • High Performance Control And Extended Kalman Filter Based Estimation Of Sensorless Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive For Robotic Applications
    Gopinath GR, Mahesh Bharath Pudutha, India
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S315: DUXU Methods, Tools and Practice - I
Room 18
Chair: Amanda K. Hall, United States

  • User Generated Inverted Item Evaluation (UGIIE)
    Denys J.C. Matthies, Jagankumar Kothandan, Wenhan Sun, Anke Dittmar, Germany
  • What is the New Future of Work for UX Research Practice? Assessing UX Research Practice during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
    Lauren E. Snyder, Rebecca Hazen, Amanda K. Hall, United States
  • CTM Design Thinking Tool Stimulates Creative α and β Brain Activities
    Chao Yang Yang, Ding Hau Huang, Chin-Sheng Chou, Yi Chi Fu, Taiwan
  • Multisensory MAYA – A Design Thinking Method to Enhance Predictability of Experience Design
    Johanna Silvennoinen, Laura Mononen, Finland
  • Reflecting on Collaboration in Participatory Design Facilitation
    Klaudia Carcani, Norway; Susanne Stigberg, Sweden
  • Comparing VR Modeling Tool and Traditional Hand-Sketching in the Inspiration of Classic Chair Design and Modeling
    Yu-Hsu Lee, Yan-Jie Peng, Taiwan
DAPI: Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S316: DAPI User experiences
Room 179
Chair: Francisco Hernandez, Germany

  • Investigating the Psychological Impact of Emotion Visualization and Heart Rate Sharing in Online Communication
    Riko Horikawa, Tatsuo Nakajima, Japan; Bruce Ferwerda, Sweden
  • Augmented Social Meal via Multi-Sensory Feedback Modulated by Bodily-in-Coordinated Measures
    Yanjun Lyu, Xin Wei Sha, United States
  • The Tribrid-Meeting-Setup – Improving Hybrid Meetings using a Telepresence Robot
    Francisco Hernandez, Julia Birke, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  • How Remote-Controlled Avatars are Accepted in Hybrid Workplace
    Mika Yasuoka, Denmark; Tomomi Miyata, Momoko Nakatani, Yuki Taoka, Nana Hamaguchi, Japan
HCIBGO: HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S317: Digital Transformation in Business and Organisations
Room 178
Chair: Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, Hong Kong

  • Achieve Your Goal Without Dying in the Attempt: Developing an Area-based Support for Nomadic Work
    Guillermo Monroy-Rodriguez, Sonia Mendoza, Luis Martin Sanchez-Adame, Ivan Giovanni Valdespin-Garcia, Dominique Decouchant, Mexico
  • Introduction to Ontologies for Defense Business Analytics
    Bethany Taylor, Christianne Izumigawa, Jonathan Sato, United States
  • Participative Process Model for the Introduction of AI-based Knowledge Management in Production
    Tobias Rusch, Nicole Ottersböck, Sascha Stowasser, Christian Cost Reyes, Germany
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S318: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - II
Room 5
Chairs: David Fonseca Escudero, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain

  • The Rallye Platform: Mobile Location-based Serious Games for Digital Cultural Heritage
    Jean Botev, Sandra Camarda, Claude Ohlhoff, Luxembourg
  • Digital Fabrication in Arts and Crafts Education: A critical review
    Susanne Stigberg, Sweden; Fahad Said, Daniela Blauhut, Norway
  • Designing a Pedagogical Strategy for the Implementation of Educational Technology in Collaborative Learning Environments
    Tord Talmo, Robin Stoeckert, Norway; Begona Gonzalez Ricart, Spain; Maria Sapountzi, Greece; George Dafoulas, United Kingdom; George Bekiaridis, Greece; Alessia Valenti, Jelena Mazaj, Italy; Ariadni Tsiakara, United Kingdom
  • Complementary Teaching Support with Robot in English Communication
    Takafumi Sato, Akihiro Kashihara, Japan
  • Lesson-Planning Groupware for Teachers: Situated Participatory Design
    Leandro Queiros, Alex Sandro Gomes, Rosane Alencar, Aluisio Pereira, Brazil; Fernando Moreira, Portugal
  • Digital Skills during Emergency Remote Teaching, for VUCA Environments
    Carmen Graciela Arbulu Perez Vargas, Moreno Muro Juan Pablo, Lourdes Gisella Palacios Ladines, Cristian Augusto Jurado Fernandez, Perez Delgado Jose Willams, Peru
HCI-CPT: HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S319: Human Factors in Cybersecurity of Cyber-Physical Systems
Room 17
Chair: Nathan Lau, United States

  • Threat Actors and Methods of Attack to Social Robots in Public Spaces
    Yonas Zewdu Ayele, Sabarathinam Chockalingam, Norway; Nathan Lau, United States
  • Fail-Safe Automatic Timed Response Protocol for Cyber Incident and Fault Management
    Zeth DuBois, Roger Lew, Ronald L. Boring, United States
  • Trust and Blame in Self-Driving Cars Following a Successful Cyber Attack
    Victoria Marcinkiewicz, Phillip L. Morgan, United Kingdom
  • Investigating Mobile Instant Messaging Phishing: A Study into User Awareness and Preventive Measures
    Rufai Ahmad, Sotirios Terzis, Karen Renaud, United Kingdom
  • Capability Maturity Models for Targeted Cyber Security Training
    Sabarathinam Chockalingam, Espen Nystad, Coralie Esnoul, Norway
AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S320: Designing Explainable and Fair Artificial Intelligence
Room 180
Chair: Helen Sheridan, Ireland

  • Exploring Mental Models for Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Engaging Cross-Disciplinary Teams using a Design Thinking Approach
    Helen Sheridan, Emma Murphy, Dympna O'Sullivan, Ireland
  • Requirements for Explainability and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence in Collaborative Work
    Sabine Theis, Sophie Jentzsch, Fotini Deligiannaki, Charles Berro, Arne Peter Raulf, Carmen Bruder, Germany
  • Evaluating Explainable AI (XAI) In Terms of User Gender and Educational Background
    Samuel Reeder, Joshua Jensen, Robert Ball, United States
  • How is the AI Perceived When it Behaves (Un)Fairly?
    Yang Chu, Jiahao Li, Jie Xu, P.R. China
  • Shedding Light on the Black Box: Explainable AI for Predicting Household Appliance Failures
    Taha Falatouri, Mehran Nasseri, Patrick Brandtner, Farzaneh Darbanian, Austria

Friday, 28 July, 13:30 – 15:30 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S321: Social Robots in Business Practices and Lifestyle
Room B3 M1
Chairs: Sangseok You, Yanting Wang, Korea

  • Moral Dilemmas in Social Robots: An Exploratory Study for Future Research
    Muhammad Umair Shah, Patrick C.K. Hung, Canada; Farkhund Iqbal, United Arab Emirates; Robee Kassandra Adajar, Inon Wiratsin, Canada
  • Enhancing Robot Explainability in Human-Robot Collaboration
    Yanting Wang, Sangseok You, Korea
  • An Architecture for Transforming Companion Robots into Psychosocial Robotic Surrogates
    Curtis L. Gittens, Barbados
  • Social Robots for Older Adults in Medical Contexts
    Wen-I Lu, Yu-Wei Chen, Chin-Chen Shen, Ping-Hsuan Tsai, Yun-Tung Chu, Yu Heng Hung, Shih-Yi Chien, Joyce Lee, Shiau-Fang Chao, Taiwan
  • A Longitudinal Experiment About Leadership in a Mixed Human-Robot Team in Comparison to a Human-Only Team
    Marcel Leichtle, Nadine Homburg, Germany
  • One Size Does Not Fit All: Developing Robot User Types for Office Robots
    Ruth Stock-Homburg, Lea Heitlinger, Germany

S322: Interaction and selection techniques
Room B3 M2
Chair: Sandi Ljubic, Croatia

  • Does the Type of Font Face Induce the Selection?
    Riho Ueki, Kouta Yokoyama, Satoshi Nakamura, Japan
  • Does the Averaged Color Induce the Selection?
    Yuto Sekiguchi, Riho Ueki, Kouta Yokoyama, Satoshi Nakamura, Japan
  • Do People Tend to Select a Delayed Item?
    Yuichiro Kinoshita, Yuto Sekiguchi, Riho Ueki, Kouta Yokoyama, Satoshi Nakamura, Japan
  • A Comparison of Finger, Stylus and Mouse in Trajectory Tracing Task Execution on Touchscreen Mobile Devices
    Valentina Ecimovic, Luka Skitarelic, Alen Salkanovic, Sandi Ljubic, Croatia
  • Open-Domain Dialogue Management Framework across Multiple Device for Long-Term Interaction
    Shin Katayama, Nozomi Hayashida, Kenta Urano, Takuro Yonezawa, Nobuo Kawaguchi, Japan
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S323: Toward Social Adaptation Design from Evidence based Design
Room 5
Chairs: Keiko Kasamatsu, Takeo Ainoya, Japan

  • Proposal of Learning Programs Using the Senseware
    Momoka Nozawa, Suzuka Mori, Miho Suto, Kaito Ofusa, Mayu Moriya, Keiko Kasamatsu, Takeo Ainoya, Japan
  • Considerations for Health Care Services Related to the Menstrual Cycle
    Mayu Moriya, Suzuka Mori, Momoka Nozawa, Kaito Ofusa, Miho Suto, Ayami Ejiri, Takeo Ainoya, Keiko Kasamatsu, Japan
  • Research on New Design Methods for Corporate Value Provision in a DX (Digital Transformation) Society 〜Visualization of value by lifestyle derived from qualitative analysis〜
    Akio Tomita, Keiko Kasamatsu, Takeo Ainoya, Kunika Yagi, Japan
  • Study of HMI in Automotive ~Car design proposal with usage by the elderly~
    Takeo Ainoya, Takumi Ogawa, Japan
  • Prototyping Process Analyzed from Dialogue and Behavior in Collaborative Design
    Fuko Oura, Takeo Ainoya, Ahmad Eibo, Keiko Kasamatsu, Japan
  • Research on Visualization Method for Empathic Design
    Miho Suto, Keiko Kasamatsu, Takeo Ainoya, Japan

S324: Interaction at work
Room 6/7
Chair: Abdullah Khanfor, Saudi Arabia

  • Extensibility Challenges of Scientific Workflow Management Systems
    Muhammad Mainul Hossain, Banani Roy, Chanchal Roy, Kevin Schneider, Canada
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Awareness Survey of Professional Personnel in a Large-Scale Company from the Aerospace Industry
    Atakan Coskun, Hacer Güner, Mehmetcan Fal, Turkey
  • Optimization of a Human-Machine Team for Geographic Region Digitization
    Steven M. Dennis, Chris J. Michael, United States
  • Tasks Decomposition Approaches in Crowdsourcing Software Development
    Abdullah Khanfor, Saudi Arabia
  • Developers Foraging Behavior in Code Hosting Sites: A Gender Perspective
    Abim Sedhain, Shahnewaz Leon, Riley Raasch, Sandeep Kaur Kuttal, United States
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S325: Supporting interpersonal communication, access to information, collaboration and mobility
Room 173
Chair: John Magee, United States

  • SpeechBalloon: A New Approach of Providing User Interface for Real-time Generation of Meeting Notes
    Donghyeon Kim, Suyeon Yoon, Jiyoung Seo, Seunghoon Jeong, Bowon Lee, Korea
  • Users’ Opinions When Drawing with an Eye Tracker
    Andreas Mallas, Michalis Xenos, Maria Margosi, Greece
  • Using Technology-Based Augmentative and Alternative Communication to Develop Adaptive Behavior in a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders – An Intervention Program
    Eleni Koustriava, Maria Koutsmani, Greece
  • Moving Towards and Reaching a 3-D Target by Embodied Guidance: Parsimonious vs Explicit Sound Metaphors
    Coline Fons, Sylvain Huet, Denis Pellerin, Silvain Gerber, Christian Graff, France
  • Accessible Indoor Orientation Support by Landmark-based Navigation
    Julian Striegl, Julius Felchow, Claudia Loitsch, Gerhard Weber, Germany
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S326: Learning and Collaboration
Room 19
Chair: Ajrina Hysaj, United Arab Emirates

  • Spinning (Digital) Stories in STEM
    Pranit Anand, Australia
  • Towards a Truly Collective Leadership: A Case for Symbiotic Relationships in Planetary Health and Artificial Intelligence
    Wanda Krause, Canada; Alexandru Balasescu, Germany
  • Theory of Planned Behaviour in Higher Education: Exploring the Perceptions of Multicultural ESL Students about Cheating
    Ajrina Hysaj, United Arab Emirates; Mark Freeman, Australia; Zeenath Reza Khan, United Arab Emirates
  • Reducing Stress through Formative Assessments: A Case of the Digital Platform
    Ajrina Hysaj, Georgina Farouqa, Sara Azeem Khan, Laith Hiasat, United Arab Emirates
  • What Does it Take to Develop Critical Thinking? The Case of Multicultural Students in a Digital Learning Platform
    Ajrina Hysaj, Doaa Hamam, United Arab Emirates
  • Strategy based on Agile Methodology to Improve Communication on Digital Platforms (Social Networks) of Higher Education Institutions
    Andrea Martinez-Duran, Jhony Garcia-Tirado, Victor Villamizar, Viviana Alejandra Alvarez, Colombia
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S327: Ergonomics, Anthropometry, and Analysis of Human Form and Function
Room 17
Chair: Valerio Cibrario, Italy

  • Assessing Ergonomics on IPS IMMA Family of Manikins
    Manuela Vargas, Maria Pia Cavatorta, Valerio Cibrario, Enrica Bosani, Italy; Meike Schaub, Germany
  • An Experimental Study of Psychological Effects of Vision Loss for the Practical Application to Windowless Cockpits
    Yuki Mekata, Nagisa Hashimoto, Miwa Nakanishi, Japan
  • A Platform for Long-Term Analysis and Reporting of Sitting Posture
    Rafael de Pinho Andre, Almir Fonseca, Kayo Yokoyama, Lucas Westfal, Luis Laguardia, Marcelo De Souza, Brazil
  • Automated Nystagmus Parameter Determination: Differentiating Nystagmic from Voluntary Eye-Movements
    Alexander Walther, Julian Striegl, Claudia Loitsch, Sebastian Pannasch, Gerhard Weber, Germany
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S328: DUXU Methods, Tools and Practice - II
Room 18
Chair: Tomomi Miyata, Japan

  • Digital Health Twin in the Prevention Era for Personal and Corporate Wellbeing
    Giacomo Galuzzi, Alessandro Nizardo Chailly, Giuseppe Andreoni, Italy
  • The Effect of Series Workshops on Ownership of Societal Issues: Case Study on Designing Food for the Future
    Tomomi Miyata, Yuki Taoka, Momoko Nakatani, Japan; Mika Yasuoka, Denmark; Nana Hamaguchi, Shigeki Saito, Japan
  • Development of a Co-Creation Toolkit for Designing Smart Product–Service Systems: A Health Device–Related Case Study
    Fang-Wu Tung, Chueh-Yu Lai, Taiwan
  • Exploring How to Improve User Experience of Enterprise Service Products Through “Dual Perspective Model”
    DAIJUN YU, Beibei Li, Peiyi Zhao, Mingyue Hu, Ruochen Fu, P.R. China
  • Experience Design based on Values and Psychological Needs in a Corporate Context
    Anne Elisabeth Krueger, Maria Ivanova, Danica Sattink-Rath, Stefan Brandenburg, Germany
  • A Case Study in Organizational Adoption of User Personas: Assessing Perceptions, Awareness, and Hesitation to Adopt
    Rachael Boyle, Ruslana Pledger, Hans-Frederick Brown, Rachel Vanderbilt, United States
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S329: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - III
Room B3 M6
Chairs: David Fonseca Escudero, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain

  • ‘How do we Move Back?’ – A Case Study of Joint Problem-Solving at an Interactive Tabletop Mediated Activity
    Patrick Sunnen, Beatrice Arend, Svenja Heuser, Hoorieh Afkari, Valerie Maquil, Luxembourg
  • Definition of a Learning Analytics Ecosystem for the ILEDA Project Piloting
    Miguel A. Conde, Spain; Atanas Georgiev, Bulgaria; Sonsoles Lopez-Pernas, Finland; Jovana Jovic, Serbia; Ignacio Crespo-Martinez, Spain; Miroslava Raspopovic Milic, Serbia; Mohammed Saqr, Finland; Katina Pancheva, Bulgaria
  • Main Gaps in the Training and Assessment of Teamwork Competency in the University Context
    Maria Luisa Sein-Echaluce, Angel Fidalgo-Blanco, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain
  • Two-phases AI Model for a Smart Learning System
    Javier Garcia-Siguenza, Alberto Real-Fernandez, Rafael Molina-Carmona, Faraon Llorens-Largo, Spain
  • Evaluation of WebRTC in the Cloud for Surgical Simulations: A case study on Virtual Rotator Cuff Arthroscopic Skill Trainer (ViRCAST)
    William Kwabla, Furkan Dinc, Khalil Oumimoun, Sinan Kockara, Tansel Halic, Doga Demirel, Sreekanth Arikatla, Shahryar Ahmadi, United States
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S330: Cognitive support for older adults
Room 178
Chair: Sergio Staab, Germany

  • Applying Virtual Reality Technology and Physical Feedback on Aging in Spatial Orientation and Memory Ability
    Ming-Wei Kang, I-Jui Lee, Taiwan
  • Develop Cognitive Games for Older People Based on Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment to Motivate Them to Train
    Yihui Cai, Xudong Cai, Xiuhui Zheng, Xingrong Li, Yiming Wang, Yi Ji, P.R. China
  • Live Classification of Similar Arm Motion Sequences Using Smartwaatches
    Sergio Staab, Lukas Bröning, Johannes Luderschmidt, Ludger Martin, Germany
  • Cute Signs or Aposematic Signs? An ERP Study on Older Adults’ Perception of Fall Prevention Signs
    Yunshan Jiang, Shunji Wu, Jia Zhou, P.R. China
  • Emotion Estimation for Elderly People with Dementia Using EEG and HRV
    Yuri Nakagawa, Tipporn Laohakangvalvit, Midori Sugaya, Japan
  • Developing an online learning tool to improve financial literacy in older adults: a co-design case study
    KE CHEN, P.R. China; Vivian Weiqun Lou, Hong Kong
AIS: Adaptive Instructional Systems

S331: Learner State Diagnostics for AIS
Room 179
Chair: Jessica Schwarz, Germany

  • AMbER - Adaptive Instructional Systems as a Use Case for the Holistic Assessment Plattform
    Thomas Witte, Torsten Gfesser, Jessica Schwarz, Germany
  • Personality Traits in the Emotion-Performance-Relationship in Intelligent Tutoring Systems
    Alina Schmitz-Hübsch, Ron Becker, Maria Wirzberger, Germany
  • Exploring the Individual Differences in Multidimensional Evolution of Knowledge States of Learners
    Liang Zhang, Philip I. Pavlik Jr., Xiangen Hu, Jody L. Cockroft, Lijia Wang, Genghu Shi, United States

S332: Adaptive Techniques for Improving Human Performance
Room 180
Chairs: Cheryl I. Johnson, Nick Fraulini, United States

  • Stress and Coping with Task Difficulty: Investigating the Utility of a Micro-adaptive Aptitude Treatment Interaction Approach
    Wendi L. Van Buskirk, Bradford L. Schroeder, Michelle Aros, Jason E. Hochreiter, United States
  • Which is better Individualized Training for a Novel, Complex Task? Learner Control vs. Feedback Algorithms
    Bradford L. Schroeder, Wendi L. Van Buskirk, Michelle Aros, Jason E. Hochreiter, Nick Fraulini, United States
  • Designing an Adaptive Instructional System for Financial Literacy Training
    Cheryl I. Johnson, Jennifer Murphy, United States
  • Not All Pain Leads to Gain: The Role of Learner Engagement in Adaptive Flashcard Training
    Maureen Namukasa, Meredith Carroll, Matthew D. Marraffino, Cheryl I. Johnson, Daphne E. Whitmer, Whitney-Marie Igwe, Morgan Nash, United States
  • Identifying Individual Differences that Predict Usage of an Adaptive Training System in a United States Marine Corps Course
    Nick Fraulini, Matthew D. Marraffino, Allison E. Garibaldi, United States
HCI-Games: HCI in Games

S333: Applied Research on Video Games
Room 20
Chair: Kevin Keeker, United States

  • Information Architecture in Games' Settings Menus - A Player-focused, Holistic Approach
    John Dickens, United Kingdom
  • Friend Group Play in PvE Live Service Games
    Micah Benson, Alysha Halpin, United Kingdom
  • From Teams to Games: Connecting Game Development to Game Characteristics
    Emil Lundedal Hammar, Alessandro Canossa, Michael Debus, Denmark; Johannes Pfau, Magy Seif El-Nasr, United States; Jesper Juul, Denmark; Ahmad Azadvar, Sweden
  • Narrative in Live Service Games: A Fortnite Case Study
    Tanya McDonnell, United Kingdom
  • Design and Research of an Interactive Game Based on Motion-Sensing Technology for Huizhou Brick Carvings
    Jie Wang, P.R. China
AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S334: Emerging Trends in AI Fairness and Ethics
Room B3 M5
Chair: Aimee Kendall Roundtree, United States

  • AI Explainability, Interpretability, Fairness, and Privacy: An Integrative Review of Reviews
    Aimee Kendall Roundtree, United States
  • Emotional Debiasing Explanations for Decisions in HCI
    Christian Schütze, Olesja Lammert, Birte Richter, Kirsten Thommes, Britta Wrede, Germany
  • The Role of Response Time for Algorithm Aversion in Fast & Slow Thinking Tasks
    Anastasia Lebedeva, Jaroslaw Kornowicz, Olesja Lammert, Jörg Papenkordt, Germany
  • Ethical AI based Decision Making to Reduce Tax related Debts for Governments
    Savithaa Rajendran, Aparna Kongot, India; Kratika Varma, Netherlands
  • Distance Correlation GAN: Fair Tabular Data Generation with Generative Adversarial Networks
    Amirarsalan Rajabi, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, United States

S335: AI for Social Benefit: Values, Ethics, and Transparency
Room B3 M3
Chair: Carsten Wittenberg, Germany

  • User Transparency of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Twins in Production – Research on Lead Applications and the Transfer to Industry
    Carsten Wittenberg, Sabine Boos, Felix Harst, Carsten Lanquillon, Morris Ohrnberger, Nicholas Schloer, Fabian Schoch, Nicolaj C. Stache, Germany
  • The Design of Transparency Communication for Human-Multirobot Teams
    Ning Wang, David V. Pynadath, Nikolos Gurney, United States
  • BLEU Skies for Endangered Language Revitalization: Lemko Rusyn and Ukrainian Neural AI Translation Accuracy Soars
    Petro Orynycz, United States
  • Explainable AI-Based Interface System for Weather Forecasting Model
    Soyeon Kim, Junho Choi, Yeji Choi, Subeen Lee, Artyom Stitsyuk, Minkyoung Park, Seongyeop Jeong, Youhyun Baek, Jaesik Choi, Korea

S336: AI in HCI: Unveiling Cutting-Edge Applications
Room B3 M4
Chair: Benedict Hartmann, Germany

  • Supporting Deep Learning-based Named Entity Recognition using Cloud Resource Management
    Benedict Hartmann, Philippe Tamla, Matthias Hemmje, Germany
  • Application of Reinforcement Learning for Intelligent Support Decision System: a Paradigm towards Safety and Explainability
    Calogero Maiuri, Milad Karimshoushtari, Fabio Tango, Carlo Novara, Italy
  • Comparing Sentiment Analysis and Emotion Analysis of Algorithms vs People
    Samuel Romine, Joshua Jensen, Robert Ball, United States
  • If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them: How Text-to-Image Tools Can Be Leveraged in the 3D Modelling Process
    Samuel Mathiesen, Alessandro Canossa, Denmark

Friday, 28 July, 16:00 – 18:00 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S337: Designing interactions for human well-being
Room B3 M1
Chair: Yumi Wakita, Japan

  • Laughter Map: Supporting System for Recalling Pleasant Memories Based on the Recording and Visualization of Laughter Experiences
    Miyabi Shigi, Masayuki Ando, Kouyou Otsu, Tomoko Izumi, Japan
  • Possibility of Relaxation Level Measurement during Music Listening using Reverberation Envelope
    Nana Kasajima, Yumi Wakita, Japan
  • Voice Assistant-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Test Anxiety in Students
    Julian Striegl, Claudia Loitsch, Gerhard Weber, Germany
  • Impacts of Information Accessibility and Diagnosticity on Children's Visual Perception of Recommended Books
    Jia-Rui Sun, Ko-Chiu Wu, Taiwan
  • User-Friendly Automated Evaluation Tool for Assessment of Emotional Intelligence
    Lana Hiasat, Faouzi Bouslama, Sokrates Ioannou, United Arab Emirates
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S338: Information and user experience
Room 5
Chair: Julio Cesar Dos Reis, Brazil

  • Survey on the Auditory Feelings of Strangeness while Listening to Music
    Ryota Matsui, Yutaka Yanagisawa, Yoshinari Takegawa, Keiji Hirata, Japan
  • Wayfinding and Navigation in the Outdoors - Quantitative and Data Driven Development of Personas and Requirements for Wayfinding in Nature
    Frode Volden, Ole E. Wattne, Norway
  • Pilot Study on Interaction with Wide Area Motion Imagery Comparing Gaze Input and Mouse Input
    Jutta Hild, Wolfgang Krüger, Gerrit Holzbach, Michael Voit, Elisabeth Peinsipp-Byma, Germany
  • Evaluating User Experience in Information Visualization Systems: UXIV an Evaluation Questionnaire
    Eliane Zambon Victorelli, Julio Cesar Dos Reis, Brazil
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S339: New technologies in Training and Simulation
Room B3 M2
Chair: Dimitrios Ziakkas, United States

  • EBT-CBTA in Aviation Training: The Turkish Airlines Case Study
    Dimitrios Ziakkas, United States; Ibrahim Sarikaya, Turkey; Hans C. Natakusuma, United States
  • Training for future needs rather than compliance.
    Philip Adrian, Netherlands
  • Extended Reality in Aviation Training: The Commercial Single Pilot Operations Case.
    Konstantinos Pechlivanis, Romania; Dimitrios Ziakkas, Abner Flores, United States
  • The Importance of Cybersecurity Awareness Training in the Aviation Industry for Early Detection of Cyberthreats and Vulnerabilities
    Regner Sabillon, Canada; Juan Ramon Bermejo Higuera, Spain
AC: Augmented Cognition

S340: Eye-Tracking, BCI, and Wearables in VR, AR, and MR
Room 17
Chair: Nitesh Bhatia, United Kingdom

  • Augmented Reality to Reduce Cognitive Load in Operational Decision-Making
    Bethan Moncur, Maria J. Galvez Trigo, Letizia Mortara, United Kingdom
  • Measuring User Engagement of Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Interventions for Stress Reduction
    Nishu Nath, Apostolos Kalatzis, Laura Stanley, United States
  • Method of Loci in VR Web Search: Memory Retention Support by Organizing Search Results in a VR Room
    Yumiho Takeuchi, Yoshiyuki Shoji, Martin J. Duerst, Japan
  • Cognitive Load Quantified via Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy During Immersive Training with VR Based Basic Life Support Learning Modules in Hostile Environment
    Mert Deniz Polat, Kurtulus Izzetoglu, United States; Mehmet Emin Aksoy, Dilek Kitapcioglu, Tuba Usseli, Serhat Ilgaz Yoner, Turkey
  • Studying Human Factors Aspects of Text Classification Task Using Eye Tracking
    Jeevithashree Divya Venkatesh, Aparajita Jaiswal, Meet Tusharbhai Suthar, Romila Pradhan, Gaurav Nanda, United States
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S341: Smart Solutions for Inclusion
Room 173
Chairs: João Barroso, Tania Rocha, Portugal

  • Evaluation of the accessibility of mobile applications: current approaches and challenges
    Maria Matos, Leticia Seixas Pereira, Carlos Duarte, Portugal
  • Wearable Devices for Communication and Problem-Solving in the context of Industry 4.0
    Ricardo Nunes, Rodrigo Pereira, Paulo Nogueira, João Barroso, Tania Rocha, Arsenio Reis, Portugal
  • Predicting and Understanding Care Levels of Elderly People with Machine Learning: A Random Forest Classifier Integrated with E-Health App and FHIR-Based Data Modeling
    Naguib Heiba, Yehya Mohamad, Carlos A Velasco, Henrike Gappa, Thomas Berlage, Sandra Geisler, Germany
  • 3D animation to address pandemic challenges: a project-based learning methodology
    Diana Carvalho, Maria Cabral, Tania Rocha, Hugo Paredes, Paulo Martins, Portugal
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S342: Social Networks and Disease Dynamics
Room 19
Chair: André Calero Valdez, Germany

  • Adapting the “Networking during Infectious Diseases Model” (NIDM) for Science Communication using Julia and Genie
    Hendrik Nunner, Katinka Feltes, Pius Gutsche, Helen Kuswik, Erik Luda, Leonard Stellbrink, André Calero Valdez, Germany
  • Making Assumptions Transparent: Iterative Exploratory Modeling as a Stepping Stone for Agent-Based Model Development
    Leonard Stellbrink, Lilian Kojan, André Calero Valdez, Germany
  • Change in Social Media Use for Learning among Japanese Internet Users during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Toshikazu Iitaka, Japan
  • Characterizing Users’ Propensity to Misinformation Engagement during COVID-19 based on the Five Factor Model of Personality
    Xiao Wang, Sijing Chen, Yu Yang, Didi Dong, P.R. China
VAMR: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S343: Challenges and victories in practical applications of augmented, virtual, mixed and extended reality in aviation
Room B3 M3
Chair: Daniela Kratchounova, United States

  • HUD Training and Extended Reality Solutions
    Kyle Morrison, Aaron Perkins, Adrian Hanson, United States
  • Touchdown Point Dispersion when Conducting ILS Approaches in Low-Visibility Conditions (Preliminary Findings)
    Daniela Kratchounova, Inchul Choi, Theodore C. Mofle, Scott Stevenson, Jeremy Hesselroth, United States
  • Impacts of Dual Head-Up Display Use on Workload in the Civil Aviation Flight Deck: Implications for Crew Coordination
    David C. Newton, Jeremy Hesselroth, Rebecca DiDomenica, United States
  • Visual Attention in Extended Reality and Implications for Aviation Safety
    Yves Valentin, HeeSun Choi, United States
  • Methods of Visualizing Landing Performance in Low-visibility ILS Approaches (Preliminary Findings)
    Theodore C. Mofle, Inchul Choi, Daniela Kratchounova, Jeremy Hesselroth, Scott Stevenson, United States
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S344: Ethical, unbiased and empathic design
Room 18
Chair: Masayuki Ihara, Japan

  • Gender Inclusive Design in Technology: Case Studies and Guidelines
    Anna Szlavi, Norway; Leandro S. Guedes, Switzerland
  • Facilitating Empathy for Care Recipients -Analyzing Care Behaviors Towards Person-Centered Care-
    Masayuki Ihara, Hiroko Tokunaga, Tomomi Nakashima, Sinpei Saruwatari, Hiroki Goto, Yuuki Umezaki, Masashige Motoe, Japan
  • The Comparison of Slider and Somatosensory Interfaces in Parametric Modeling for Chair Shape Manipulation
    Yu-Hsu Lee, Wen-Jui Tsai, Taiwan
  • Episodic Future Thinking as Digital Micro-interventions
    Dan Roland Persson, Denmark; Soojeong Yoo, United Kingdom; Jakob E. Bardram, Timothy C. Skinner, Per Baekgaard, Denmark
  • User-Centered Ethical Design - an Evolutionary Perspective
    Oronzo Parlangeli, Italy; Paul M. Liston, Ireland
C&C: Culture and Computing

S345: Digital Common Ground: Community, Inclusivity and New Heritage Paradigms
Room 180
Chairs: Robert Parthesius, United Arab Emirates; NiccoloAcram Cappelletto, Italy

  • The HeritageLab Methodology: Building a Common Ground for Heritage
    Robert Parthesius, Netherlands; Veronica Mateus Pereira, Portugal; Alia Yunis, United Arab Emirates; NiccoloAcram Cappelletto, Italy; E. Nurcan Yalman, Turkey
  • Virtual Platforms for the Asian Religious Deities In the Era of Pandemic
    Wu-Wei Chen, P.R. China
  • Workshop of the Automatiers: A Digital Database of Historical Automata and Contemporary Automaton-Making in an Immersive Environment
    Yihao Li, Wu-Wei Chen, P.R. China
  • Mapping ourselves and our narratives: to develop a method for an alternative perception of Cultural Heritage
    E. Nurcan Yalman, Turkey
HCIBGO: HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S346: HCI Research in the Era of Digital Innovation and Transformation
Room 178
Chair: Kaveh Abhari, United States

  • Automating Data Personas for Designing Health Interventions
    Gaayathri Sankar, Soussan Djamasbi, Daniel J. Amante, Adarsha S. Bajracharya, Qiming Shi, Yunus Dogan Telliel, Torumoy Ghoshal, United States
  • Systematic Literature Review on the User Evaluation of Teleoperation Interfaces for Professional Service Robots
    Gaayathri Sankar, Soussan Djamasbi, Zhi Li, Jing Xiao, Norbou Buchler, United States
  • Safety of Human-Robot Collaboration Processes within the Internet of Production
    Minh Trinh, Hannah Dammers, Mohamed Behery, Ralph Baier, Thomas Henn, Daniel Gossen, Burkhard Corves, Stefan Kowalewski, Verena Nitsch, Gerhard Lakemeyer, Thomas Gries, Christian Brecher, Germany
  • A New Perspective on the Prediction of the Innovation Performance: A Data-Driven Methodology to Identify Innovation Indicators through a Comparative Study of Boston’s Neighborhoods
    Eleni Oikonomaki, Greece; Dimitris Belivanis, United States
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S347: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - IV
Room B3 M6
Chairs: David Fonseca Escudero, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain

  • Preliminary Validation of ENGAME: Fostering Civic Participation and Social Inclusion through an E-Learning Game
    Alicia Garcia-Holgado, Andrea Vazquez-Ingelmo, Sonia Verdugo-Castro, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain; Elisavet Kiourti, Cyprus; Daina Gudoniene, Lithuania; Maria Kyriakidou, Greece; Liliana Romaniuc, Romania; Katarzyna Rak, Poland; Leo Kraus, Greece; Peter Fruhmann, Netherlands
  • Security and Privacy in Academic Data Management at Schools: SPADATAS Project
    Daniel Amo-Filva, David Fonseca Escudero, Monica V. Sanchez-Sepulveda, Alicia Garcia-Holgado, Lucia Garcia-Holgado, Francisco Jose García-Peñalvo, Spain; Tihomir Orehovacki, Croatia; Marjan Krasna, Igor Pesek, Slovenia; Emanuela Marchetti, Andrea Valente, Claus Witfelt, Denmark; Ivana Ruzic, Croatia; Karim Elia Fraoua, France; Fernando Moreira, Portugal
  • Decoding Student Error in Programming: An Iterative Approach to Understanding Mental Models
    Francisco J. Gallego-Duran, Patricia Compan-Rosique, Carlos J. Villagra-Arnedo, Gala M. Garcia-Sanchez, Rosana Satorre-Cuerda, Rafael Molina-Carmona, Faraon Llorens-Largo, Sergio J. Viudes-Carbonell, Alberto Real-Fernandez, Jorge Valor-Lucena, Spain
  • Prototyping the Learning Analytics Dashboards of an Adaptive Learning Platform: Faculty Perceptions versus Designers’ Intentions
    Tobias Alexander Bang Tretow-Fish, Md Saifuddin Khalid, Victor Anton Charles Leweke, Denmark
  • Autonomous e-learning plateform using Markov chain
    Karim Elia Fraoua, Amos David, France
  • Digital Interactive Learning Ecosystems in Metaverse: Educational Path Based on Immersive Learning
    Yuan Liu, Wei Gao, Yao Song, P.R. China
AIS: Adaptive Instructional Systems

S348: Theoretical and Practical Applications of Reinforcement Learning for Adaptive Instructional Systems
Room 179
Chair: Bruno Emond, Canada

  • Cognitive Simulations for Adaptive Instructional Systems: Exploring Instruction Strategies Using Simulated Tutors and Learners
    Bruno Emond, Reza Zeinali-Torbati, Jennifer Smith, Randy Billard, Joshua Barnes, Brian Veitch, Canada
  • Towards Application of Adaptive Instructional Systems in Simulation-Based Lifeboat Training using Bayesian Networks
    Reza Zeinali-Torbati, Jennifer Smith, Randy Billard, Bruno Emond, Joshua Barnes, Brian Veitch, Canada
  • Improving Students’ Self-Awareness by Analyzing Course Discussion Forum Data
    Arta Farahmand, M. Ali Akber Dewan, Fuhua Lin, Canada; Wu-Yuin Hwang, Taiwan
HCI-Games: HCI in Games

S349: Gamification Toward Information Systems
Room 20
Chairs: Fan Zhao, United States; Shufang Tan, P.R. China

  • Exploring Learners' Flow and Related Design Strategies in Educational Games from a Psychic Entropy Perspective
    Shufang Tan, Wendan Huang, P.R. China; Jialing Zeng, United States; Junjie Shang, P.R. China
  • Students’ Learning Outcomes Influenced by Textbook Selection: A Gamification Method using Eye-tracking Technology
    Ju Chou, Bryan Zhao, Eugene Hoyt, Sheri Silva, United States
  • Rethinking Gamification through Artificial Intelligence
    Stephen Bezzina, Alexiei Dingli, Malta
  • Task Significance in Digital Games: Controlled Experiment Shows Impact of Narrative Framing and Upgrades on Player Experience
    Owen Schaffer, United States
  • Stocks Investment Decision-Making: A Theoretical Model
    Saeed Abo-oleet, Fan Zhao, Xiaowen Fang, United States
  • Critical Success Factors to Evaluate Startup Success
    Stephanie Zhao, Lauren Fang, Eugene Hoyt, Fan Zhao, United States
MobiTAS: HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S350: Advancements in Driving Behavior and User Experience: From Manual to Automated Driving
Room 6/7
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Consistency Analysis of Driving Style Classification Based on Subjective Evaluation and Objective Driving Behavior
    Xiaodong Xu, Qidi Zhang, Yeping Mao, Zehui Cheng, Liang Ma, P.R. China
  • Maneuver and Parameter Interventions to Enhance User Satisfaction in Automated Driving: A Kano Method Application
    Lorenz Steckhan, Wolfgang Spiessl, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  • Evaluation of the Effect of Emotion on Lane-keeping performance using Physiological Indexes
    Narumon Jadram, Tipporn Laohakangvalvit, Midori Sugaya, Japan
  • Guardian angel – using lighting drones to improve traffic safety, sense of security, and comfort for cyclists.
    Anna-Sofia Alklind-Taylor, Kajsa Nalin, Jesper Holgersson, Andreas Gising, Bruce Ferwerda, Lei Chen, Sweden
  • Objective Metrics for Assessing Visual Complexity of Vehicle Dashboards: A Machine-Learning Based Study
    Huizhi Bai, Zhizi Liu, P.R. China; Ziqi Fu, Canada; Zihao Liu, Huihui Zhang, Honghai Zhu, Liang Zhang, P.R. China

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