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(Last Updated: 26 July, 2023)

Program Overview


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

Wednesday, 26 July
08:00 – 10:00 10:30 – 12:30 13:30 – 15:30 16:00 – 18:00
Wednesday, 26 July, 08:00 – 10:00 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S160: Design and evaluation methods and techniques - II
Room 20
Chair: Andreas Klein, Germany

  • Design Guidelines Towards 4.0 HMIs: How to Translate Physical Buttons in Digital Buttons
    Elisa Prati, Giuditta Contini, Margherita Peruzzini, Italy
  • MobE – A New Approach to Mobile Ethnography
    Jan Haentjes, Andreas Klein, Viola Manz, Johanna Gegg, Sarah Ehrlich, Germany
  • A Basic Study to Prevent Non-Earnest Responses in Web Surveys by Arranging the Order of Open-ended Questions
    Ikumi Yamazaki, Kenichi Hatanaka, Satoshi Nakamura, Takanori Komatsu, Japan
  • A Comparative Analysis of Institutional Ethical Codes of Conduct for the Practice of Design
    Ana O. Henriques, Victor M. Almeida, Sonia Rafael, Jose Gomes Pinto, Portugal
  • NUWA: Lifelike as a Design Strategy to Enhance Product’s Hedonic Qualities
    Yu-Sheng Tung, Wei-Chi Chien, Taiwan
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S161: Design Information Usage
Room 5
Chair: Yen-Yu Kang, Taiwan

  • Instructional Design of a VR-based Empathy Training Program to Primary School Children
    Meng-Jung Liu, Chia Hui Pan, Le Yin Ma, Taiwan
  • A Generative Vase Design System Based on Users' Visual Emotional Vocabulary
    Yinghsiu Huang, Taiwan
  • Influence of Different Language Labels on Perception of Product Value
    Yen-Yu Kang, Yudan Pan, Taiwan
  • Investigating the Enhancement of Reading Immersion Experience through the Integration of Interactive E-books and Augmented Reality
    Pei-shan Teng, Taiwan
  • The Impact of AI Text-To-Image Generator on Product Styling Design
    Yu-Hsu Lee, Chun-Yao Chiu, Taiwan
  • Using Interactive Flat Panel Display for STEM Education based on SAMR Model
    Yu-Hung Chien, Yu-Jui Chang, Hsunli Huang, Hsiang-Chang Lin, Jyun-Ting Chien, Taiwan
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S162: Pilot's competences in Professionalism Life-cycle Management System - II
Room 18
Chair: Lei Wang, P.R. China

  • An Evaluation Framework on Pilot’s Competency-based Flying Style
    Shan Gao, Yuanyuan Xian, Lei Wang, P.R. China
  • A Measurement Framework and Method on Airline Transport Pilot’s Psychological Competency
    Lei Wang, Jiahua Peng, Ying Zou, Mengxi Zhang, DanFeng Li, P.R. China
  • A Method for Evaluating Flight Cadets' Operational Performance Based on Simulated Flight Data
    Feiyin Wang, Wei Tan, Jintong Yuan, Wenqing Wang, Wenchao Wang, Hang Li, P.R. China
  • The Evaluation Model of Pilot Visual Search with Onboard Context-Sensitive Information System
    Wei Tan, Wenqing Wang, Yuan Sun, P.R. China
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S163: How eXtended Reality Technologies will Change Human Perception and System Interaction in Society
Room 173
Chairs: Maura Mengoni, Andrea Generosi, Italy

  • eXtended Reality is Not What It Seems: Instil 360° Topsy-Turvy Society to Perceive Real World Reality
    Robert E. Wendrich, Netherlands
  • Toward a Shared Experience of Uncertainty of Interpersonal Communication Through an Immersive Virtual Reality Serious Game
    Shirin Hajahmadi, Gustavo Marfia, Italy
  • Empowering Virtual Humans’ Emotional Expression in the Metaverse
    Elena Spadoni, Marina Carulli, Maura Mengoni, Marco Luciani, Monica Bordegoni, Italy
  • Virtual Reality System to Experience Grasp of Others’ Hands with a Different Range of Motion
    Natsuki Miyata, Akihide Suga, Takuya Nakatsuka, Reiko Takahashi, Yusuke Maeda, Japan
  • A Method and Experimentation to Benchmark XR Technologies Enhancing Archeological Museum Experience
    Thomas Agostinelli, Andrea Generosi, Silvia Ceccacci, Rosita Pretaroli, Maura Mengoni, Italy
  • Impact of Multisensory XR Technologies on Museum Exhibition Visits
    Elena Spadoni, Marina Carulli, Francesco Ferrise, Monica Bordegoni, Italy
CCD: Cross-Cultural Design

S164: Evaluation of Conceiving Design
Room B3 M4
Chair: Wei Lin, Taiwan

  • A Pilot Study of Ring Fit Adventure Game System Applied to Upper Extremity Rehabilitation for Stroke
    Mei-Hsiang Chen, Si Wai Mak, Taiwan; Lan-Ling Huang, P.R. China
  • A Preliminary Study on Primary School Teachers’ User Experiences in Distance Learning
    Hsuan Lin, Taiwan; Kuo-Liang Huang, P.R. China; Wei Lin, Taiwan
  • Impact of Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Approach: a Comparative Study of Graphic Design Students in a Developing Country (Botswana) Verses a Developed Country (UK)
    Gerald Kennedy, United Kingdom
  • A Discussion on Sound Field Optimization with Utilizing Design Thinking Framework
    Wei Lin, Hsuan Lin, Taiwan
  • Practical Thinking and Definition of Socially Assistive Robot Design in Smart Care for the Aged
    Kuo-Liang Huang, Si-Ming Zhang, P.R. China; Hsuan Lin, Taiwan
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S165: Frontiers of Social Media
Room 180
Chair: Christian W. Scheiner, Germany

  • Negotiating on Social Media – Creating and Claiming Value while Establishing a Valuable Relationship
    Christian W. Scheiner, Germany
  • Development of new Moral Foundation Vignettes for Unethical Behavior against Whistleblowers
    Stefan Becker, Christian W. Scheiner, Germany
  • Reality Pregnancy and the Online Recolonization of the Female Body
    Alicia Julia Wilson Takaoka, Norway
  • Archetypes of Blockchain-based Business Models
    Simon Behrendt, Christian W. Scheiner, Germany
  • New Product Development (NPD) - Staying Competitive in an Ever-Changing Business Environment
    Marc Oliver Opresnik, Germany
  • ‘Instagram Keeps Recommending My Rapist’: Exploring the Role of Platform Design in Experiences of Trauma Reminders on Social Media
    Claudine Tinsman, Max Van Kleek, United Kingdom
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S166: Human exoskeleton interaction: safety, comfort and ergonomics
Room 6/7
Chair: Shuping Xiong, Korea

  • Modelling and analysis of human-shoulder exoskeleton interactions in repetitive overhead lifting
    Tiejun Ma, Korea; Hongwei Li, P.R. China; Shuping Xiong, Korea
  • Does the Form of Attachment have an Impact on Occupational Thermal Comfort? A Study on the Spinal Exoskeleton
    Yang Liu, Yan-Min Xue, Chang Ge, Yihui Zhou, Wen Yan, P.R. China
  • The Effect of Transparency on Human-Exoskeleton Interaction
    Yilin Wang, Jing Qiu, Hong Cheng, Xiuying Hu, Peng Xu, Jingming Hou, Hongqin Xie, P.R. China
  • An Experimental Study of the Comfort of Stroke Rehabilitation Gloves Based on ANSYS
    Yan-Min Xue, Liangliang Shi, Qing Liu, Sui-Huai Yu, P.R. China
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S167: Social Robots in Education
Room 19
Chairs: Ricardo G. Lugo, Karen Parish, Deepti Mishra, Norway

  • Exploring Active and Critical Engagement in Human-Robot Interaction to Develop Programming Skills: A Pilot Study
    Deepti Mishra, Yavuz Inal, Karen Parish, Guillermo Arroyo Romero, Rumi Rajbhandari, Norway
  • A Comparative Analysis of Real Time Open-Source Speech Recognition Tools for Social Robots
    Akshara Pande, Bhanu Shrestha, Anshul Rani, Deepti Mishra, Norway
  • Towards Co-Design with Day Care Teachers based on In-Situ Behavioral Data: A Case Study of a Workshop for Reflection based on Video Recordings
    Sawako Fujita, Yuki Taoka, Shigeru Owada, Momoko Nakatani, Shigeki Saito, Japan
  • VR and AR Application in Academia, Overview in the Middle East Universities
    Rund Hiyasat, Lindita Bande, Khaled Galal Ahmed, Baraah Hamdoon, Jose Lopez Berengueres, United Arab Emirates; Abdul-Aziz Banawi, United States
  • Usability of Cloud Computing in Educational Communities of Practice: A Case Study of For Youth for Life Tool (FYFL)
    Justus Nyamweya Nyagwencha, Kenya
C&C: Culture and Computing

S168: Affective value and kawaii engineering
Room B3 M6
Chair: Michiko Ohkura, Japan

  • Design and Cross-Cultural Evaluation of a Kawaii (Cute) Roomba Vacuum
    Dave Berque, Hiroko Chiba, Benjamin Wilkerson, United States
  • “Kawaii” from an Engineering Perspective
    Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  • Cross-cultural Affective Evaluation of Kawaii Robots in Virtual Spaces
    Tipporn Laohakangvalvit, Peeraya Sripian, Midori Sugaya, Michiko Ohkura, Japan; Dave Berque, Hiroko Chiba, United States
  • An Analysis of Travelers’ Personalities and Accommodations Ratings Using Open Datasets
    Naoki Takahashi, Yuri Hamada, Hiroko Shoji, Japan
  • Analysis of Pink Color Trends in Kawaii Fashion
    Peeraya Sripian, Keiko Miyatake, Tipporn Laohakangvalvit, Michiko Ohkura, Japan
HCIBGO: HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S169: HCI in Omnichannel Commerce and Omnichannel Marketing
Room B3 M5
Chairs: Andreas Auinger, Martin Stabauer, Werner Wetzlinger, Austria

  • On the Role of User Interface Elements in the Hotel Booking Intention: Analyzing a Gap in State-of-the-art Research
    Stefan Eibl, Andreas Auinger, Austria
  • E-commerce and Covid-19: An Analysis of Payment Transactions and Consumer Preferences
    Sarah Krennhuber, Martin Stabauer, Austria
  • Consumer Behavior in Staffless Stores: A Systematic Literature Review
    Marina Staab, Robert Zimmermann, Patrick Brandtner, Oliver Schauer, Austria
  • Interruptions in the Workplace: An Exploratory Study among Digital Business Professionals
    Fabian J. Stangl, Rene Riedl, Austria
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S170: Social Robotics in Education and Training: Designing Human-Robot-Interactions to Support the Diversity of Learners.
Room 178
Chair: Ilona Buchem, Germany

  • Welcome to the University! Students’ Orientation Activity Mediated by a Social Robot
    Gila Kurtz, Dan Kohen-Vacs, Israel
  • Designing Pedagogical Models for Human-Robot-Interactions – a Systematic Literature Review (SLR)
    Moshe Leiba, Tomer Zulhian, Ido Barak, Ziv Massad, Israel
  • Learning Agile Estimation in Diverse Student Teams by Playing Planning Poker with the Humanoid Robot NAO - Results from two Pilot Studies in Higher Education
    Ilona Buchem, Lewe Christiansen, Susanne Glissmann-Hochstein, Stefano Sostak, Germany
  • Assessment of Divergent Thinking in a Social and Modular Robotics Task: an Edit Distance Approach at the Configuration Level
    Louis Kohler, Margarida Romero, France
  • Can a Humanoid Robot Motivate Children to Read More? Yes, it Can!
    Janine Bressler, Janett Mohnke, Germany
  • Collaborative Learning with Social Robots – Reflections on the Novel Co-Learning Concepts Robocamp and Robotour
    Aino Ahtinen, Aparajita Chowdhury, Nasim Beheshtian, Valentina Ramirez Millan, Chia-Hsin Wu, Finland
  • Analyzing Learners’ Emotion from an HRI experiment using Facial Expression Recognition Systems
    Hae Seon Yun, Heiko Hübert, Germany; Johann Chevalere, France; Niels Pinkwart, Verena V. Hafner, Rebecca Lazarides, Germany
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S171: Older people‘s digital device experiences
Room B3 M1
Chair: Eugene Loos, Netherlands

  • Voice Controlled Devices: A Comparative Study of Awareness, Ownership, Usage, and Reservations between Young and Older Adults
    Dietmar Jakob, Sebastian Wilhelm, Armin Gerl, Florian Wahl, Diane Ahrens, Germany
  • Designing for Self-directed Learning: Co-creating a Demokit with Older Adults
    Katerina Cerna, Sweden; Claudia Müller, Martin Hunker, Florian Hitpass, David Randall, Germany
  • QR Codes as a Method for Older Adults to Access a Mobile Survey
    Alda G. Rivas, Anthony Schulzetenberg, United States
  • Lessons from a COVID-Era Controlled Trial of Online Learning and Socializing with Older Participants: Benefits of Applying Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials
    Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Berkley Petersen, Shannon Hebblethwaite, Canada
  • From a Research Centre to a Mall: Bringing Virtual Reality and Digital Playing to a Living Lab for Community Dwelling Older Adults
    Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Juliana Yaacoub, Adrian Calcagnotto, Julian Leclair, Janis Timm-Bottos, Canada
  • Using Persona Development to Design a Smartphone Application for Older and Younger Diabetes Patients – A Methodological Approach for Persona Development
    Fatima Varzgani, Soussan Djamasbi, Bengisu Tulu, United States

S172: Humanized Technology for Older Adults - I
Room B3 M2
Chairs: Jia Zhou, Honglian Xiang, P.R. China

  • College Students’ Perceptions and Preferences Regarding Intelligent Advisory Systems in Multi-Device Learning Environments
    Zhao Xu, Qingchuan Li, P.R. China
  • Usability Evaluation of the Aging Scenario Wiki as a Learning Tool
    Zekai Lu, Yaru Li, Siwei Wang, P.R. China; AORAN WU, United States; Jiaoyun Yang, P.R. China; Hong Chen, Finland; Ning An, P.R. China
  • A case study of promoting digital competences among seniors for improving their social participation and well-being during COVID-19 pandemic in Shanghai
    Tao Yang, Finland
  • Text Readability of Smartphone in Dark Mode: Effects of Font Type, Font Weight and Color
    Junxiang Chen, Pengyu Zhu, Jing Yun, Baixuan Tian, Yalan Yang, Na Liu, P.R. China
  • Learning with Pedagogical Agent: Effects of Transfer of Information Function
    Linran Xu, Xingmiao Li, Naimi Tang, Hefeng Wang, Manqiu Liao, Na Liu, P.R. China
  • Designing and Evaluating MahjongBrain: A Digital Cognitive Assessment Tool through Gamification
    Jiaoyun Yang, Richu Jiang, P.R. China; Huitong Ding, Rhoda Au, Jinying Chen, Clara Li, United States; Ning An, P.R. China

S173: Technology-Afforded Digital Literacy Enhancement for the Aged Population
Room B3 M3
Chair: Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, P.R. China

  • Effects of Health Science Popularization Platform on Older Adults’ eHealth Literacy: From the Perspective of Digital Empowerment
    Yixuan Wang, Xiaoting Xu, Qinghua Zhu, P.R. China
  • When Seniors Meet Digital: An Investigation on the Antecedents and Consequences of Smartphone Dependence among Urban Older Adults
    Yan Zhang, Dawei Wu, Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, Qinghua Zhu, P.R. China
  • Older adults' engagement with short video applications during the COVID-19 pandemic: Perceived affordances and constraints
    Jingwen Lian, Xinyue Li, Mengyuan Zhao, Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, Qinghua Zhu, P.R. China
  • Value Co-Creation Perspectives on Digital Literacy Training for Older Adults: A Call to Action Research
    Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, P.R. China
  • Credibility Judgment Against Online Health Misinformation Among Older Adults: Integrated View of Psychological Distance and Health Literacy
    Shijie Song, Xinyue Li, Jianjun Sun, Yuxiang Zhao, P.R. China
  • Effects of Older Adults’ Subjective Health Literacy on Health-oriented Usage Intention of WeChat: Based on Social Media Affordances
    Xindi Wang, Xiaokang Song, Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, P.R. China
  • Engagement and addiction dilemma among older adults in short video applications: socio-technical and self-control perspectives
    Dawei Wu, Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao, P.R. China
HCI-Games: HCI in Games

S174: Emerging Trends and Best Practices in Game Design
Room 17
Chair: Xiaowen Fang, United States

  • Fiat Lux! Does the Lighting Design Affect Viewers’ Perception of an Animated Character Personality?
    Abdelrahman Mehrez, Nicoletta Adamo, Nandhini Giri, Derek Larson, United States
  • Using MediaPipe Machine Learning to Design Casual Exertion Games to Interrupt Prolonged Sedentary Lifestyle
    Erik Berglund, Izabella Jedel, Aseel Berglund, Sweden
  • Toward Computationally-Supported Roleplaying for Perspective-Taking
    Caglar Yildirim, Sercan Sengun, Pakinam Amer, JJ Hawke, D. Fox Harrell, United States
  • Toward A Toolkit For Co-designing Collaborative Play With and For Autistic Children
    Mohamad Hassan Fadi Hijab, Dena Al-Thani, Joselia Neves, Nahwan Al Aswadi, Shaza Khatab, Qatar
  • Empathy Game: using the Game as SPRINT Warm-up Process in a Cross-Disciplinary Team Co-Creation
    Chi-Chi Shih, Teng-Wen Chang, Shih-Ting Tsai, Hsiang-Ting Chien, Cheng-Chun Hong, Pei-Yun Wu, Taiwan
  • Serious Game Design for High-Risk Training – The Case of Offshore Wind Turbine Maintenance Personnel Training
    Shin-Mei Chen, Meng-Dar Shieh, Shun-Yuan Cheng, Taiwan
MobiTAS: HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S175: To Mobility and Beyond
Room 179
Chair: Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany

  • The Effect of Implicit Cues in Lane Change Situations on Driving Discomfort
    Konstantin Felbel, Andre Dettmann, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  • Let’s use VR! A Focus Group Study on Challenges and Opportunities for Citizen Partizipation in Traffic Planning
    Marc Schwarzkopf, Andre Dettmann, Adelina Heinz, Melissa Miethe, Holger Hoffmann, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  • Investigating the Impact of Anthropomorphic Framing and Product Value on User Acceptance of Delivery Robots
    Eileen Roesler, Johannes Pickl, Germany; Felix W. Siebert, Denmark
  • Who’s in charge of charging? Investigating Human-Machine-Cooperation in Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles
    Meike E. Kühne, Christiane Wiebel-Herboth, Patricia Wollstadt, André Calero Valdez, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • User Acceptance of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) for Passenger Transport: A Choice Based Conjoint Study
    Vivian Lotz, Ansgar Kirste, Chantal Lidynia, Eike Stumpf, Martina Ziefle, Germany
  • Platform Design for a Minimum Viable Academic Mobility as a Service Ecosystem
    Lisa Kraus, Heike Proff, Germany

Wednesday, 26 July, 10:30 – 12:30 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S176: Design and evaluation methods and techniques - III
Room 20
Chair: Giovanni Bifolchi, Italy

  • eGLU-box Mobile: A Smartphone App for Usability Testing by Italian Public Administration Webmasters
    Stefano Federici, Giovanni Bifolchi, Marco Bracalenti, Alessandro Ansani, Agnese Napoletti, Rosa Lanzillotti, Giuseppe Desolda, Maria Laura Mele, Italy; Simone Borsci, Netherlands; Mara Laura De Filippis, Giancarlo Gaudino, Massimo Amendola, Antonello Cocco, Aldo Doria, Emilio Simonetti, Italy
  • Evaluating the Outcome of Collaborative VR Mind Mapping Sessions with Sentiment Analysis and Emotional Intelligence
    Diana Kozachek, Germany; Muhammad Ainul Yaqin, Indonesia; Kunal Prasad, Sheng-Ming Wang, Taiwan
  • Story-Time Machine-Low-Tech Attachment Design for Pre-School Children
    Wen-Huei Chou, Shi-Liang Chang, Chung-Wen Hung, Taiwan
  • Designing an Evidence-based Mental Health Intervention Alongside University Students
    Lucretia Williams, Melissa Pinto, Heather Abrahim, Arpita Bhattacharya, Timothy Harrison, Candace Burton, Jonathan McIntyre, Lobsang Tenzin Negi, Gillian Hayes, United States
  • Research on Transition Design of Site-Specific Art based on Aesthetic Empathy
    Pei Wang, Xinqun Feng, P.R. China
  • Participatory Designs for Computational Play - A Study of Children’s Play across Traditional and Digital Domains
    Eva Brooks, Denmark; Emma Edstrand, Sweden
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S177: Improvement in Learning and Educational Environments using ICT - II
Room 5
Chairs: Yusuke Kometani, Takahito Tomoto, Takako Akakura, Japan

  • Discussion Support Framework Enabling Advice Presentation That Captures Online Discussion Situation
    Yuki Shoji, Yuki Hayashi, Kazuhisa Seta, Japan
  • Development of a VR Collaboration System to Support Reflection on the Learning Process of Oneself and Others
    Yusuke Yagi, Yusuke Kometani, Saerom Lee, Naka Gotoda, Takayuki Kunieda, Masanori Yatagai, Teruhiko Unoki, Rihito Yaegashi, Japan
  • Text Reconstructing System of Editorial Text Based on Reader's Comprehension
    Yuki Okaniwa, Tomoko Kojiri, Japan
  • Development of VR Education System for Media Exchange in Cell Culture Operation
    Akihiko Nakajima, Toru Kano, Takako Akakura, Japan
  • Application of the Recomposition Method to Mind Map and Experimental Verification of Learning Effect
    Kodai Watanabe, Japan; Aryo Pinandito, Nurmaya Nurmaya, Indonesia; Yusuke Hayashi, Tsukasa Hirashima, Japan
  • Classroom Practice of Code Sharing Platform to Encourage Refinement Activities
    Shintaro Maeda, Kento Koike, Takahito Tomoto, Japan
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S178: Human factors methods to evaluate new technologies in aviation
Room 18
Chair: Maik Friedrich, Germany

  • Don’t Think Twice, it’s All Right? – An Examination of Commonly used EEG Indices and their Sensitivity to Mental Workload
    Anneke Hamann, Nils Carstengerdes, Germany
  • Suitability of Physiological, Self-Report and Behavioral Measures for Assessing Mental Workload in Pilots
    Hilke Boumann, Anneke Hamann, Marcus Biella, Nils Carstengerdes, Stefan Sammito, Germany
  • Effects of Radio Frequency Cross-Coupling in Multiple Remote Tower Operation on Pilots
    Lukas Tews, Jörn Jakobi, Anneke Hamann, Helge Lenz, Germany
  • Using Automatic Speech Recognition to Evaluate Team Processes in Aviation - First Experiences and Open Questions
    Anne Papenfuss, Christoph Andreas Schmidt, Germany
AC: Augmented Cognition

S179: Human Performance in IT-security - I
Room 179
Chairs: Stefan Sütterlin, Germany; Ricardo G. Lugo, Benjamin J. Knox, Torvald F. Ask, Norway

  • Individual Deep Fake Recognition Skills are Affected by Viewers' Political Orientation, Agreement with Content and Device Used
    Stefan Sütterlin, Germany; Torvald F. Ask, Norway; Sophia Mägerle, Sandra Glöckler, Leandra Wolf, Julian Schray, Alaya Chandi, Teodora Bursac, Germany; Ali Khodabakhsh, Benjamin J. Knox, Norway; Matthew Canham, United States; Ricardo G. Lugo, Norway
  • CyberEscape Approach to Advancing Hard and Soft Skills in Cybersecurity Education
    Ruta Pirta-Dreimane, Latvia; Agne Brilingaite, Lithuania; Evita Roponena, Latvia; Karen Parish, Norway; Janis Grabis, Latvia; Ricardo G. Lugo, Norway; Martins Bonders, Latvia
  • Measuring Behavioural Cybersecurity: An Overview of Options
    Tommy Van Steen, Netherlands
  • Raising Cybersecurity Awareness Through Electronic Word of Mouth: A Data-Driven Assessment
    Dane Vanderkooi, Mohamad Sadegh Sangari, Atefeh Mashatan, Canada
  • Repeat Clicking: A Lack of Security Awareness Is Not the Problem
    Matthew Canham, United States
CCD: Cross-Cultural Design

S181: Design Futures: Innovative Theories, Tools and Practices
Room B3 M3
Chair: Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China

  • Design Futurescaping: Interweaving Storytelling and AI Generation Art in World-Building
    Zhiyong Fu, Jiawei Li, P.R. China
  • Two Categories of Future-oriented Design: The Affirmative Design and the Alternative Design
    Qing Xia, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
  • Synneure: Intelligent Human-Machine Teamwork in Virtual Space
    Chiju Chao, Qirui Wang, Hongfei Wu, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
  • New Space Narrative: Responding to Multiple Futures with Design Perspective
    Lin Zhu, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
  • Design Futures with GAI: Exploring the Potential of Generative AI Tools in Collaborative Speculation
    Yanru Lyu, Tingxuan Hao, Zhouhengyi Yi, P.R. China
  • Research on Future Digital Memorial Model Based on Interaction Ritual Chain Theory: A Case Study of the Design Scheme of “remember me”
    Ping Li, Jing Li, Ruoyan Ji, Lie Zhang, P.R. China
  • The HCI Technology’s Future Signals: The Readiness Evaluation of HCI Technology for Product and Roadmap Design
    Tik Fan Chan, Hong Kong; Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
VAMR: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S182: Multimodal Interaction in Mixed Reality
Room B3 M4
Chair: Chao Peng, United States

  • Multimodality: Exploring Sensibility and Sense-Making Beyond the Metaverse
    Gareth W. Young, Ireland; Oliver Dawkins, United Kingdom
  • Effect of Repulsive Positions on Haptic Feedback on Virtual Objects using a String-Based Device without a Real Tool
    Kairyu Mori, Masayuki Ando, Kouyou Otsu, Tomoko Izumi, Japan
  • Modular 3D Interface Design for Accessible VR Applications
    Corrie Green, Yang Jiang, John Isaacs, United Kingdom
  • Interactive Avatar Creation System from Learned Attributes for Virtual Reality
    Tomohiro Hibino, Haoran Xie, Kazunori Miyata, Japan
  • Exploring Hand Tracking and Controller-based Interactions in a VR Object Manipulation Task
    Cheryl I. Johnson, Nick Fraulini, Eric Peterson, Jacob Entinger, Daphne Whitmer, United States
  • Interaction Techniques to Control Information Clutter in a Pervasive Augmented Reality Scenario
    Maxime Cauz, Thibaut Septon, Bruno Dumas, Belgium
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S183: Usable Safety in AI
Room 6/7
Chair: André Calero Valdez, Germany

  • Safe Environments to Understand Medical AI - Designing a Diabetes Simulation Interface for Users of Automated Insulin Delivery
    Tim Schrills, Marthe Gruner, Heiko Peuscher, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • Pre-Defined Emergencies on Demand: Simulation-based Analysis of Information Processing in Emergency Dispatching
    Marthe Gruner, Tim Schrills, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • Analysis of Human Factors and Resilience Competences in ASRS data Using Natural Language Processing
    Mako Ono, Miwa Nakanishi, Japan
  • News Articles on Social Media: Showing Balanced Content Adds More Credibility than Trust Badges or User Ratings
    Patrick Halbach, Laura Burbach, Martina Ziefle, André Calero Valdez, Germany
  • Let’s Start Tomorrow - Bridging the Intention Behavior Gap Using Fitness Apps
    Laura Burbach, Rachel Ganser, Luisa Vervier, Martina Ziefle, André Calero Valdez, Germany
  • Using Agent-based Modeling to Understand Complex Social Phenomena - A Curriculum Approach
    André Calero Valdez, Johannes Nakayama, Luisa Vervier, Hendrik Nunner, Martina Ziefle, Germany
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S184: World Usability Day Design Challenge 2022 winners
Room 19
Chair: Elizabeth Rosenzweig, United States

  • Cognitive-Based Design to Influence Structured Financial Planning and Money Management for Young People
    Duy Linh Tran, United Kingdom
  • Israel Railways App - From Research to Design
    Nitzan Avitouv, Israel
  • Curiously: Supporting Young Children and their Caregivers Create Meaningful Learning Adventures in Nature
    Carolina Ali Fojaco, United States
C&C: Culture and Computing

S185: Innovative Approaches for Image, Music, and Language Tasks
Room B3 M6
Chair: David Meredith, Denmark

  • Understanding and Compressing Music with Maximal Transformable Patterns
    David Meredith, Denmark
  • Music and Performance Arts of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples: Review of Existing Development and Proposal for Integration With Digital Technology
    Li-Shu Lu, Chia-Li Lin, Taiwan
  • Detection for Cultural Difference in Impression Using Masked Language Model
    Mondheera Pituxcoosuvarn, Yohei Murakami, Kaede Miwa, Japan
  • Bimodal Style Transference from Musical Composition to Image Using Deep Generative Models
    Maria Hose Apolo, Marcelo Mendoza, Chile
DAPI: Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S186: Co-creation of Smart Cities with Citizens - I
Room 17
Chairs: Tomoyo Sasao, Takashi Shirasawa, Japan

  • How Citizens Participation Begin and Continue in Developing Smart Cities
    Mika Yasuoka, Denmark
  • Risk Framework for the Use of AI Services Driven by Citizens Themselves
    Takashi Matsumoto, Mika Kimura, Teruka Sumiya, Tomoyo Sasao, Japan
  • PURPOSE MODEL - Visual Method for Mutual Understanding in Co-Creation Projects
    Yurie Kibi, Tetsuro Kondo, Japan
  • Methodology for Functionalization of “Living lab” under Concept of Smart Cities - Case through Service Design Development Workshops Using Frailty Prevention AI Technology
    Yuki Igeta, Tomoyo Sasao, Haruka Kitamura, Mitsuharu Tai, Takuya Kurita, Atsushi Deguchi, Japan
  • Future Living Lab / Design Research Project to Explore Local Values for Infrastructure Services with the Participation of Residents
    Takashi Shirasawa, Japan
HCIBGO: HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S187: Service Design in Business - Ι
Room B3 M5
Chairs: Yi-Cheng Ku, Yu-Chen Yang, Taiwan

  • The Socioemotional Wealth Effect on Intra-Family Succession in Family Businesses
    Pi Hui Chung, Taiwan
  • The Dynamic Update of Mobile Apps: A Research Design with HMM Method
    Xinhui Liu, Kaiwen Bao, Lele Kang, Jianjun Sun, Yanqing Shi, P.R. China
  • Analysis and Application of a Batch Arrival Queueing Model with the Second Optional Service and Randomized Vacation Policy
    Kai-Bin Huang, Taiwan
  • Portfolio Performance Evaluation with Leptokurtic Asset Returns
    Chin-Wen Wu, Chou-Wen Wang, Yang-Cheng Chen, Taiwan
  • Option Pricing Using Machine Learning with Intraday Data of TAIEX Option
    Chou-Wen Wang, Chin-Wen Wu, Po-Lin Chen, Taiwan
  • Why Do People Donate for Live Streaming? Examining the S-O-R Process of Sponsors in the Live Streaming Context
    Tsai-hsin Chu, Wei-Hsin Chu, Yen-Hsien Lee, Taiwan
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S188: Design, development and evaluation of learning environments
Room 178
Chair: Dijana Plantak Vukovac, Croatia

  • Choosing a Modern Teaching Approach and Supporting Technology
    Renata Mekovec, Croatia
  • What do Students Think about Learning Supported by e-Schools Digital Educational Resources?
    Goran Hajdin, Dijana Plantak Vukovac, Dijana Oreski, Croatia
  • Design and Assessment of a Tool for Improving Creativity and Imagination in School Children
    Pawan Pagaria, Abhijeet Kujur, Jyoti Kumar, India
  • Experimental Design and Validation of i-Comments for Online Learning Support
    Jiaqi Wang, Jian Chen, Qun Jin, Japan
  • Powergaming by Spamming in a Learning Game
    Nafisul Kiron, Mehnuma Tabassum Omar, Julita Vassileva, Canada
  • Learning styles and on-line learning analytics: an analysis of student behaviour based on the Honey and Mumford model
    Michael Lang, Ireland
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S189: Accessible reliable digital information for older people
Room B3 M1
Chair: Eugene Loos, Netherlands

  • Using Media Literacy to Fight Digital Fake News in Later Life: A Mission Impossible?
    Eugene Loos, Netherlands; Loredana Ivan, Romania
  • Trust in Health Information Among Older Adults in Iceland
    Ágústa Pálsdóttir, Iceland
  • Older Persons Media Usage during a One Month Election Campaign: a Bulgarian Case Study
    Lilia Raycheva, Mariyan Tomov, Neli Velinova, Lora Metanova, Bulgaria
  • Paving the Way: Trust in Healthcare Systems as a Prerequisite for Technology Usage
    Sophia Otten, Julia Offermann, Martina Ziefle, Germany
  • "I simply accept the terms and conditions so that I can use an app at all": Smartphone Use and Privacy among Older Adults in Switzerland.
    Sarah Speck, Cora Pauli, Cornelia Ursprung, Miriam Wallimann, Robert Huber, Sabina Misoch, Switzerland
  • Privacy, Technology and Telehealth: Canadian Older Adults Voice their Concerns
    Constance Lafontaine, Marie-Eve Ducharme, Kim Sawchuk, Canada

S190: Humanized Technology for Older Adults - II
Room B3 M2
Chairs: Jia Zhou, Honglian Xiang, P.R. China

  • StoryLens: Personalizing News Recommendations for Older Adults with their Life Stories
    Jiaoyun Yang, P.R. China; Jianguang Lin, Australia; Fang Gui, P.R. China; Hongdao Meng, United States; Hong Chen, Finland; Ning An, P.R. China
  • Tamamon: Designing a Gamified Medication Education Solution for Older Adult Patients
    Tan Phat Pham, Yin Leng Theng, Keng Teng Tan, Jie Chong Lim, Su Qi Hong, Nur Atiqah Binte Mohammad, Tng Shu Ting Valerie, Singapore
  • Judging Online Health Misinformation: Effects of Cyberchondria and Age
    Honglian Xiang, Jia Zhou, Mingjun Liu, P.R. China
  • I Know How but I do not want to Discern Falsehoods: Older Adults' Self-Reported Inference Process to Identify and Share Short-Form Videos
    Wei Hu, Honglian Xiang, Jia Zhou, Wenjun Sun, Jinjun Xia, P.R. China
  • The Relationship between Older Drivers’ Cognitive Ability and Takeover Performance in conditionally Automated Driving
    Qijia Peng, Yanbin Wu, Toshihisa Sato, Sunao Iwaki, Japan
  • Experimental Design and Design Methodology of Smart Screen Ageing based on Emotion Regulation
    Yan-Min Xue, Meng-Ting Xu, Bao-Xin Xu, Chang Ge, Sui-Huai Yu, P.R. China
AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S191: AI for industrial use cases
Room 180
Chair: Helmut Degen, United States

  • How to Explain it to a Model Manager? A Qualitative User Study about Understandability, Trustworthiness, Actionability, and Action Efficacy
    Helmut Degen, United States; Christof Budnik, Ralf Gross, Marcel Rothering, Germany
  • The Thousand Faces of Explainable AI Along the Machine Learning Life Cycle: Industrial Reality and Current State of Research
    Thomas Decker, Ralf Gross, Alexander Koebler, Michael Lebacher, Ronald Schnitzer, Stefan Hagen Weber, Germany
  • Design Intelligence: AI and Design Process Modules to Foster Collaboration Between Design, Data (Science) and Business Experts
    Jennifer Moosbrugger, Germany
  • Illustration of the Usable AI Paradigm in Production-Engineering Implementation Settings
    Hajo Wiemer, Felix Conrad, Valentin Lang, Eugen Boos, Mauritz Mälzer, Kim Feldhoff, Lucas Drowatzky, Dorothea Schneider, Steffen Ihlenfeldt, Germany
  • Human-Centered AI for Manufacturing –Design Principles for Industrial AI-based Services
    Janika Kutz, Jens Neuhüttler, Bernd Bienzeisler, Jan Spilski, Thomas Lachmann, Germany
  • Composite Emotion Recognition and Feedback of Social Assistive Robot for Elderly People
    Yegang Du, Kaiyuan Zhang, Gabriele Trovato, Japan

Wednesday, 26 July, 13:30 – 15:30 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S192: Interacting with robots - I
Room 20
Chair: Su Kyoung Kim, Germany

  • On the Benefit of Independent Control of Head and Eye movements of a Social Robot for Multiparty Human-Robot Interaction
    Lea Haefflinger, Frederic Elisei, Silvain Gerber, Beatrice Bouchot, Jean-Philippe Vigne, Gerard Bailly, France
  • Exploring the Recommendation Expressions of Multiple Robots towards Single-Operator-Multiple-Robots Teleoperation
    Yota Hatano, Jun Baba, Junya Nakanishi, Yuichiro Yoshikawa, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Japan
  • Asynchronous Classification of Error-related Potentials in Human-Robot Interaction
    Su Kyoung Kim, Michael Maurus, Mathias Trampler, Marc Tabie, Elsa Andrea Kirchner, Germany
  • Introducing Playing Catch to Motivate Interaction with Communication Robots
    Ryuto Katsuki, Masayuki Ando, Kouyou Otsu, Tomoko Izumi, Japan
  • An Intuitive Human-Robot Interaction Method for Robotic Dance Choreography
    Mi-Chi Wang, Yang-Ting Shen, Taiwan
  • Perception of a Mobile Service Robot's Proxemic Behavior and Appearance in Virtual Reality
    Olivia Herzog, Annika Boos, Jan-Niklas Birger Stockmann, Klaus Bengler, Germany
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S193: Virtual Reality Design for Effective and Comfortable Interaction
Room 5
Chairs: Daiji Kobayashi, Kentaro Kotani, Japan

  • Comparison of Nature and Office Environments on Creativity - A Field Study -
    Ryosuke Konishi, Shinji Miyake, Daiji Kobayashi, Japan
  • Effect of Visual Support Information and Participant’s Personality on Training in Virtual Environments
    Daiji Kobayashi, Ryusei Fukuda, Seiji Kikuchi, Shinji Miyake, Japan
  • Estimation of stress resilience from eye-gaze data collected by a tablet terminal when performing a dot-probe task: Application to junior high school students
    Tomoki Yokota, Kentaro Kotani, Takafumi Asao, Satoshi Suzuki, Japan
  • Physiological Measures in VR Experiments - Some Aspects of Plethysmogram and Heart Rate -
    Shinji Miyake, Chie Kurosaka, Hiroyuki Kuraoka, Japan
  • Flow State and Physiological Responses during Alternative Uses Task in Real and Virtual Working Environments
    Hiroyuki Kuraoka, Mitsuo Hinoue, Chie Kurosaka, Japan
  • Cooperation Mode of 2D and 3D Interfaces on Destination Planning Tasks in the Location-based AR Application
    Fangyuan Cheng, Qing Gu, Xiaohua Sun, P.R. China
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S194: Human Factor Measures and Methods
Room B3 M1
Chair: Anastasios Plioutsias, United Kingdom

  • Human Factors and Human Performance in UAS Operations - The Case of UAS Pilots in UAM Operations
    Michail Karyotakis, Greece; Graham Braithwaite, United Kingdom
  • An Exploratory Study into Resilience Engineering and the Applicability to the Private Jet Environment
    Heather McCann, Anastasios Plioutsias, United Kingdom
  • A Preparedness Drill Scenario Development and System Safety Competency Assessment Based on the STAMP Model
    Apostolis Zeleskidis, Stavroula Charalampidou, Ioannis M. Dokas, Basil Papadopoulos, Greece
  • A Comparative Evaluation of Human Factors Intervention Approaches in Aviation Safety Management
    Wesley Tsz-Kin Chan, Wen-Chin Li, United Kingdom
  • Towards eMCO/SiPO: A Human Factors Efficacy, Usability, and Safety Assessment for Direct Voice Input (DVI) Implementation in the Flight Deck
    Dimitrios Ziakkas, United States; Don Harris, United Kingdom; Konstantinos Pechlivanis, Romania
  • A Framework for Supporting Adaptive Human-AI Teaming in Air Traffic Control
    Stathis Malakis, Greece; Marc Baumgartner, Switzerland; Nora Berzina, Netherlands; Tom Laursen, Denmark; Anthony Smoker, Sweden; Andrea Poti, Gabriele Fabris, Sergio Velotto, Marcello Scala, Italy; Tom Kontogiannis, Greece
AC: Augmented Cognition

S195: Human Performance in IT-security - II
Room 179
Chairs: Stefan Sütterlin, Germany; Ricardo G. Lugo, Benjamin J. Knox, Torvald F. Ask, Norway

  • Changing Hearts and Minds: the Role of Cybersecurity Champion Programs in Cybersecurity Culture
    Victoria Granova, Atefeh Mashatan, Ozgur Turetken, Canada
  • Cognitive Security: An Architecture Informed Approach from Cognitive Science
    Gareth Doherty, Canada
  • In-Kernel Authentication Request Analysis for Human and Bot Distinction
    Sahak Ivasauskas, Marius Gaubas, Linas Bukauskas, Lithuania
  • Assessing the Vulnerability of Military Personnel through Open Source Intelligence: A Case Study of Lithuanian Armed Forces
    Paulius Malakauskis, Ausrius Juozapavicius, Lithuania
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S196: Technology for Inclusion and Participation (TIP) & ICT for Inclusion (ICT4I) - I
Room 173
Chairs: Ingo Bosse, Switzerland; Christoph Kaletka, Susanne Dirks, Germany; Daniela Nussbaumer, Switzerland

  • Preliminary Findings about an Office Chair as a Low-Threshold Treadmill Substitute
    Thomas Keller, Sacha Guyer, Vanessa Manoharan, Ingo Bosse, Switzerland
  • “Is this real?”: Assessing the Usability and Accessibility of Augmented Reality with People with Intellectual Disabilities
    Leandro S. Guedes, Irene Zanardi, Switzerland; Marilina Mastrogiuseppe, Stefania Span, Italy; Monica Landoni, Switzerland
  • Participation through Ιnovation – Mixed Reality in Vocational Rehabilitation Training to Prepare for the Labour Market 4.0 (Project EdAL MR 4.0)
    Laura Wuttke, Christian Bühler, Linda Dziarstek, Yvonne Söffgen, Germany
  • Inclusiveness of Citizen Science - How People with Disabilities can Participate in Citizen Science Approaches
    Daniel Krüger, Sarah Krümpelmann, Bastian Pelka, Ann Christin Schulz, Germany
  • The role of alternative texts and image descriptions in information processing - an exploratory eye tracking study
    Susanne Dirks, Janna Dirks, Leevke Wilkens, Germany
  • E-Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Vocational and Professional Education and Further Training Organisations in Switzerland: First Results of a Quantitative Survey
    Olivier Steiner, Fabienne Kaiser, Switzerland
  • Digital Participation of People with Intellectual Disabilities Living in Residential Institutions in Germany – Perspectives, Barriers and Implications
    Vanessa Nina Heitplatz, Christian Bühler, Germany

S197: Design for all methods, tools and practice
Room 178
Chair: Till Halbach, Norway

  • Best Practice for Inclusive Journey Mapping and Diversity in User Participation
    Till Halbach, Kristin Skeide Fuglerud, Trenton W. Schulz, Norway
  • Validation of the PTPI Scale for Technology Products Among Users with Disabilities
    Carmen Van Ommen, Barbara Chaparro, Joseph R. Keebler, Sanjay Batra, Mei Lu, United States
  • How to Ensure Web Accessibility in Digital Services to Improve the Competitive Advantage of an Organization
    Terhi Kärpänen, Finland
  • Accessible and Inclusive Mobile Application for Social Support and m-Health in Forced Isolation: SAFE TALK
    Luciano Gamberini, Patrik Pluchino, Federica Nenna, Valeria Santus, Filippo Zordan, Anna Spagnolli, Alessandro Lorenzin, Andrea Munari, Gianluca Bacchiega, Valentina Campagnaro, Andrea Zanella, Italy
  • Usage of Self-Motivating Achievements to Collect Accessibility Information of Indoor Environments
    Jan Schmalfuss-Schwarz, Claudia Loitsch, Gerhard Weber, Germany
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S198: Customer eXperience and Behavior
Room B3 M4
Chair: Cristian Rusu, Chile

  • A Scale to Evaluate the Post-Pandemic Tourist Experience in Valparaíso
    Virginica Rusu, Cristian Rusu, Marisol Castro, Chile
  • A Preliminary Methodology for Information Consumer Experience Evaluation
    Maria Paz Godoy, Cristian Rusu, Jonathan Ugalde, Chile
  • Flexible Formal Specifications to Design Robust Technology-Enhanced Learning Applications
    Juan Felipe Calderon, Luis A. Rojas, Chile
  • Development and Usability Evaluation of an Application for Language Literacy of Spanish-Speaking Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Luis A. Rojas, Chile; Katrina Sorbello, Australia; John W. Castro, Claudio Alvarez, Chile
  • A Mobile Application to Dynamically Design Activities to Promote Personal Autonomy in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Usability Evaluation
    Katrina Sorbello, Australia; Luis A. Rojas, Jose Salas, Chile; Enrique Chavarriaga, Spain
VAMR: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S199: Robots in VAMR
Room B3 M3
Chair: August Capiola, United States

  • Detecting Swarm Degradation: Measuring Human and Machine Performance
    August Capiola, Dexter Johnson, Izz aldin Hamdan, Joseph B. Lyons, Elizabeth L. Fox, United States
  • Now Look Here! ⇓ Mixed Reality Improves Robot Communication Without Cognitive Overload
    Nhan Tran, Trevor Grant, Thao Phung, Leanne Hirshfield, Christopher Wickens, Tom Williams, United States
  • The Development of Mix-Reality Interface and Synchronous Robot Fabrication for the Collaborative Construction
    Yang-Ting Shen, Jia-Shuo Hsu, Taiwan
  • Research on Mixed Reality Visual Augmentation Method for Teleoperation Interactive System
    Yueyang Shi, Xiaoling Li, Long Wang, Zhangyi Cheng, Zeyu Mo, Shiweng Zhang, P.R. China
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S200: Occupational safety and health in digital transformation - I
Room 6/7
Chairs: Nicola Helfer, Peter Nickel, Germany

  • Design Requirements for Working with Mobile Smart Devices⁠—a Scoping Review
    Germaine Haase, Kristin Gilbert, Ulrike Pietrzyk, Germany
  • The Impact of Smart Glasses on Commissioning Efficiency Depends on the Display Device Used
    Daniel Friemert, Martin Laun, Christopher Braun, Nicolai Leuthner, Rolf Ellegast, Christoph Schiefer, Volker Harth, Caudia Terschüren, Germany; Kiros Karamanidis, United Kingdom; Ulrich Hartmann, Germany
  • Investigating the Time Dependency of Elbow Flexion Angle Variations in Real and Virtual Grabbing Tasks using Statistical Parametric Mapping
    Nils Mayat, Stella Adam, Mahmood Alkawarit, Anika Weber, Jan P. Vox, Krzysztof Izdebski, Thomas Schüler, Karen Insa Wolf, Daniel Friemert, Germany
  • Improving Ergonomic Training Using Augmented Reality Feedback
    Diego Vicente, Chile; Mario Schwarz, Gerrit Meixner, Germany
  • BGHW Warehouse Simulation – Virtual Reality Supports Prevention of Slip, Trip and Fall (STF) Accidents
    Christoph Wetzel, Andy Lungfiel, Peter Nickel, Germany
  • Development and Evaluation of a Knowledge-Based Cyber-Physical Production System to Support Industrial Set-up Processes Considering Ergonomic and User-Centered Aspects
    Nils Darwin Abele, Sven Hoffmann, Germany; Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Norway; Marcus Schweitzer, Volker Wulf, Karsten Kluth, Germany
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S201: Design-driven interactions and visualizations
Room 18
Chairs: Cristina Pires Dos Santos, Marco Neves, Portugal

  • Cognitive Mapping for AI-augmented Interactive Print
    Marco Neves, Joao Abrunhosa, Cristina Pires Dos Santos, Portugal
  • POLARISCOPE – A platform for the Co-creation and Visualization of Collective Memories
    Ana Velhinho, Pedro Almeida, Portugal
  • Resources and Skills for Information Design Practice
    Cristina Pires Dos Santos, Marco Neves, Carolina Bozzi, Portugal
  • Local Communities and their Visitors: an Interaction Design Approach
    Filipe Cruz, Marco Neves, Portugal
  • Colour Accuracy in Fashion E-tail
    Carolina Bozzi, Marco Neves, Portugal; Claudia Mont'Alvao, Brazil; Joao Nuno Pernao, Portugal
DAPI: Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S202: Co-creation of Smart Cities with Citizens - II
Room B3 M2
Chairs: Tomoyo Sasao, Takashi Shirasawa, Japan

  • Using the Experience Sampling Method to Find the Pattern of Individual Quality of Life Perceptions
    Tomoyo Sasao, Mitsuharu Tai, Kei Suzuki, Shinichi Warisawa, Atsushi Deguchi, Japan
  • User-Developer Interaction in a Living Lab: A Case Study of an Exercise Support System for the Elderly
    Fujian Ding, Momoko Nakatani, Japan
  • Untapped Potential of Participatory Design - Citizen Centered Social Data Utilization for Smart Cities
    Mika Yasuoka, Denmark; Tomomi Miyata, Momoko Nakatani, Yuki Taoka, Japan
  • Architectural and Emotional Reactions: Proposal of a Framework
    Barbara Formiga, Francisco Rebelo, Jorge Cruz Pinto, Ana Vasconcelos, Portugal
  • Living Labs are the Silver Lining for Creating Sustainable Health and Care for the Future
    Peter Julius, Martin Hannibal, Alexander Weile Klostergaard, Denmark
  • Towards an Interaction Design Framework for IoT Healthcare Systems
    Guillermo Monroy-Rodriguez, Luis Martin Sanchez-Adame, Sonia Mendoza, Ivan Giovanni Valdespin-Garcia, Dominique Decouchant, Mexico
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S203: New media use in the everyday life of older people
Room 17
Chair: Eugene Loos, Netherlands

  • Digital Media Use and the Role of Internet Self-Efficacy among Older Technology Volunteers – a Baseline Study from the Project “DiBiWohn”
    Michael Doh, Joshua L. Schlichting, David Leopold, Linda Göbl, Mario R. Jokisch, Germany
  • Facebook Community Lurking and Non-participation: Sociotechnical Barriers among Older Adults in Online Participation
    Ryan Ebardo, Merlin Teodosia Suarez, Philippines
  • Increasing Quality of Life by Playing Chess: A Blended Care Approach for Elderly People
    Matthias Haase, Jens-Martin Loebel, Germany
  • Intergenerational Solidarity: Perceptions of Young Adults
    Inês Amaral, Ana Marta Flores, Eduardo Antunes, Portugal
  • ICT Use and Loneliness during COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of European Male and Female Older Workers
    Daniele Zaccaria, Switzerland; Emanuela Sala, Federica Cretazzo, Italy
  • The Effect of Fashion Model Walking Program using Kinect on the Movement Activity of the Elderly
    Sung Hee Hong, Sun Hee Park, SunOk Jung, Korea

S204: Senior Cloud and Active Aging
Room 19
Chair: Kenichiro Ito, Japan

  • Experimental Survey on Bridging the Digital Divide through Daily Text Chat Communication with Virtual Agents
    Taishi Sawabe, Masayuki Kanbara, Yuichiro Fujimoto, Hirokazu Kato, Japan
  • Influence of Cognitive Function and the Mental Model on ICT Use – Examined by TAM Model
    Taiga Nohara, Kaoru Takagi, Ikuko Sugawara, Yasuyuki Gondo, Misato Nihei, Japan
  • Investigating the Mental Workload of Experiencing Virtual Reality on people with Mild Cognitive Impairment
    Pei-Fen Wu, Shao-Wei Yen, Kuang-Yi Fan, Wen-Fu Wang, Feng-Chu Wu, Taiwan
  • Prevention of Pressure Injuries in Home Care by Posture Analysis using Pressure Sensor Mattress
    SooIn Kang, Taketoshi Mori, Japan
  • Learning processes of touchscreen gesture interaction in older adults and children
    Takahiro Miura, Ken-ichiro Yabu, Masatomo Kobayashi, Atsushi Hiyama, Michitaka Hirose, Tohru Ifukube, Japan
  • Augmented reality (AR) application superimposing the falling risks of older adults in residential settings and coping strategies: Building an image-based scene detection model
    Takahiro Miura, Emiko Uchiyama, Wataru Takano, Yuka Sumikawa, Toshiaki Tanaka, Toshio Otsuki, Shujirou Imaeda, Japan
HCI-CPT: HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S205: Design, Usability and Cybersecure Behaviours
Room B3 M5
Chair: Heather Molyneaux, Canada

  • Human-Centric Machine Learning: The Role of Users in the Development of IoT Device Identification and Vulnerability Assessment
    Priscilla Kyei Danso, Heather Molyneaux, Alireza Zohourian, Euclides Carlos Pinto Neto, Derrick Whalen, Sajjad Dadkhah, Ali A. Ghorbani, Canada
  • Understanding Older Adults’ Safety Perceptions and Risk Mitigation Strategies when Accessing Online Services
    Dandi Feng, Hiba Rafih, Cosmin Munteanu, Canada
  • Transparency of Privacy Risks Using PIA Visualizations
    Ala Sarah Alaqra, Simone Fischer-Hübner, Farzaneh Karegar, Sweden
  • Survey of Services that Store Passwords in a Recoverable Manner
    Kazutoshi Itoh, Akira Kanaoka, Japan
  • Free Guy or Bad Guy: Security, Privacy, and Safety Risks for Minors in the Metaverse and Prominent Educational Considerations
    Andria Procopiou, Andriani Piki, Eliana Stavrou, Nelly Zeniou, Cyprus
  • User Motivations of Secure Web Browsing
    Umai Balendra, Sana Maqsood, Canada
MobiTAS: HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S206: HCI Issues and Assistive Systems for Users with Special Needs in Mobility
Room B3 M6
Chairs: Christophe Kolski, Sophie Lepreux, France

  • Pedestrian Mobility Contexts of People with Intellectual Disabilities: the Role of Personalization
    Lea Pacini, Sophie Lepreux, Christophe Kolski, France
  • Understanding Driving Behaviour in Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairments: A Naturalistic Study
    Vitaveska Lanfranchi, Muhammad Fadlian, Sheeba G.A. Koilpillai, Lise Sproson, Mark Burke, Sam Chapman, Daniel Blackburn, United Kingdom
  • The SOLID Model of Accessibility and its Use by the Public Transport Operators
    Gerard Uzan, Caroline Pigeon, Peter Wagtaff, France
  • Independent Τravel and People with Intellectual Disabilities: Viewpoints of Support Staff about Travel Patterns, Skills and Use of Technological Solutions
    Hursula Mengue-Topio, Laurie Letalle, Yannick Courbois, Philippe Pudlo, France
  • Digitalization and Virtual Assistive Systems in Tourist Mobility: Evolution, an Experience (with Observed Mistakes), Appropriate Orientations and Recommendations
    Bertrand David, Rene Chalon, France
AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S207: AI for Digital and Robotic Companions (DaRC)
Room 180
Chairs: Giuliana Vitiello, Marco Romano, Italy

  • A Methodology for Personalized Dialogues Between Social Robots and Users Based on Social Media
    Teresa Onorati, Alvaro Castro-Gonzalez, Paloma Diaz, Enrique Fernandez-Rodicio, Spain
  • EEG-Based Machine Learning Models for Emotion Recognition in HRI
    Mariacarla Staffa, Lorenzo D'Errico, Italy
  • Using artificial intelligence and companion robots to improve home healthcare for the elderly.
    Pietro Battistoni, Andrea Cantone, MARIAROSARIA ESPOSITO, Rita Francese, Francesca Perillo, Marco Romano, Monica Sebillo, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy
  • Multi-monitor System for Adaptive Image Saliency Detection Based on Attentive Mechanisms
    Mariacarla Staffa, Paola Barra, Italy
  • AI Unreliable Answers: A Case Study on ChatGPT
    Ilaria Amaro, Attilio Della Greca, Rita Francese, Genoveffa Tortora, Cesare Tucci, Italy
  • Supporting schizophrenia PatiEnts’ Care with Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.
    Ilaria Amaro, Rita Francese, Genoveffa Tortora, Cesare Tucci, Lorenzo D Errico, Mariacarla Staffa, Italy

Wednesday, 26 July, 16:00 – 18:00 (CEST - Copenhagen)
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction

S208: Gesture-based interaction
Room 19
Chair: Aikaterini Valakou, Greece

  • Research on RGB-D-based Pilot Hand Detection in Complex Cockpit Environment
    Cheng Qian, Zhen Wang, Shan Fu, P.R. China
  • Analysis and Considerations of the Controllability of EMG-based Force Input
    Hayato Nozaki, Yuta Kataoka, Christian Arzate Cruz, Fumihisa Shibata, Asako Kimura, Japan
  • Intentional Microgesture Recognition for Extended Human-Computer Interaction
    Chirag Kandoi, Changsoo Jung, Sheikh Mannan, Hannah VanderHoeven, Quincy Meisman, Nikhil Krishnaswamy, Nathaniel Blanchard, United States
  • Machine learning for gaze-based selection: performance assessment without explicit labeling
    Yulia Shevtsova, Anatoly Vasilyev, Sergei Shishkin, Russia
  • Gesture Hub Design: A Remote User Study Method for Evaluating the Quality of Experience in Mobile Phone-based Gesture Interaction
    Haoyu Dong, Jun Zhang, Wei Wang, Yijing Yang, Qi Chen, Le Du, P.R. China

S209: Interacting with robots - II
Room 20
Chair: Emilia Duarte, Portugal

  • The Influence of Context and Task on Human-Robot iInteraction
    Jessica Margalhos, Joaquim A. Casaca, Emilia Duarte, Hande Ayanoglu, Portugal
  • Robot Path Verification Method for Automotive Glue-coating Based on Augmented Reality and Digital Twin
    Chaoran Wang, Xiaonan Yang, Lei Zhang, Yaoguang Hu, Hongzhen Li, Huihui Hao, Zhihan Wang, P.R. China
  • Studying Multi-modal Human Robot Interaction Using a Mobile VR Simulation
    Sven Milde, Tabea Runzheimer, Stefan Friesen, Johannes-Hubert Peiffer, Johannes-Jeremias Höfler, Kerstin Geis, Jan-Torsten Milde, Rainer Blum, Germany
  • Metacognitive Processes Involved in Human Robot Interaction in the School Learning Environment
    Deepti Mishra, Ricardo G. Lugo, Karen Parish, Solveig Tilden, Norway
  • Teachers’ Perspective on Robots Inclusion in Education – A Case Study in Norway
    Anshul Rani, Akshara Pande, Karen Parish, Deepti Mishra, Norway
HIMI: Human Interface and the Management of Information

S210: Artificial Intelligence and Human centered design
Room 5
Chair: Shin-ichi Fukuzumi, Japan

  • Analysis of Resilient Behavior for Interaction Design
    Haruka Yoshida, Taiki Ikeda, Daisuke Karikawa, Hisae Aoyama, Taro Kanno, Takashi Toriizuka, Japan
  • Validation of Items of Aspects of Interests in Quality-in-use -Stakeholder Needs of Each System Domain-
    Shin-ichi Fukuzumi, Japan
  • Explore Data Quality Challenges Based on Data Structure of Electronic Health Records
    Caihua Liu, Guochao (Alex) Peng, Chaowang Lan, Shufeng Kong, P.R. China
  • Dialogue-Based User Needs Extraction for Effective Service Personalization
    Takuya Nakata, Sinan Chen, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura, Japan
  • A Study on Trust Building in AI Systems through User Commitment
    Ryuichi Ogawa, Shigeyoshi Shima, Toshihiko Takemura, Shin-ichi Fukuzumi, Japan
EPCE: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S211: Autonomous System Interaction and Human Cognition
Room B3 M1
Chair: James Blundell, United Kingdom

  • Attitude Adjustment: Enhanced ATTI Mode for Remote Pilots
    Andrew Black, Steve Scott, John Huddlestone, United Kingdom
  • How to Determine the Time-Intervals of Two-Stage Warning Systems in Different Traffic Densities? An Investigation on the Takeover Process in Automated Driving
    Wei Zhang, Shu Ma, Zhen Yang, Changxu Wu, Hongting Li, Jinlei Shi, P.R. China
  • The Similarity Recognition of Pilots’ Operational Action Sequence Based on Blocked Dynamic Time Warping during a Flight Mission
    Huihui Wang, Yanyu Lu, Shan Fu, P.R. China
  • Evaluating the Impact of Passive Fatigue on Pilots using Performance and Subjective States Measures
    Stefano Conte, Italy; Don Harris, James Blundell, United Kingdom
  • Spatial Learning in a Virtual Reality Boeing 737NG Flight Deck
    Leighton Carr, Guy Wallis, Nathan Perry, Stephan Riek, Australia
  • A Helping Hand: Benefits of Primary Haptic Augmentation Task on Secondary Visuospatial Task Performance
    Charlotte Collins, James Blundell, John Huddlestone, Don Harris, United Kingdom
AC: Augmented Cognition

S212: Applications of Augmented Cognition
Room 179
Chairs: Martha E. Crosby, Michael-Brian Ogawa, United States

  • How Do Programming Students Read and Act Upon Compiler Error Messages?
    Maria Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Christine Lourrine S. Tablatin, Philippines
  • Privacy and Security Perceptions in Augmented Cognition Applications
    Michael-Brian Ogawa, Brent Auernheimer, Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, Ran Hinrichs, Martha E. Crosby, United States
  • Using Eye Tracking to Measure User Engagement with a Shared Decision Aid
    Doaa Alrefaei, Lidan Zhang, Gaayathri Sankar, Soussan Djamasbi, Bengisu Tulu, Carlie Flanagan, Adam Kalayjian, Connie Ge, Camarlin Franco, Shazeb Meraj, Susanne Muehlschlegel, United States
  • Augmented Cognition Instructional Design for Studio-Based Learning
    Branden Ogata, Michael-Brian Ogawa, United States
  • Technical Function Evaluation of Two Smart Wearables and Data Analysis Methods for Step Counts
    Katrina Boles, Malaika Gallimore, Chelsea Howland, Chuka Emezue, Blaine Reeder, United States
  • Personality Traits as Predictors for Social Engineering Vulnerability
    Jake Imanaka, Michael-Brian Ogawa, Martha E. Crosby, United States
UAHCI: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S213: Technology for Inclusion and Participation (TIP) & ICT for Inclusion (ICT4I) - II
Room 173
Chairs: Ingo Bosse, Switzerland; Christoph Kaletka, Susanne Dirks, Germany; Daniela Nussbaumer, Switzerland

  • Modification of the Brief Measure of Technology Commitment for People with Aphasia
    Bianca Spelter, Sabine Corsten, Lara Diehlmann, Mirjam Gauch, Marie L. Hoffmann, Sven Karstens, Almut Plath, Juliane Leinweber, Germany
  • Building an Online Platform for Speech and Language Therapy in Germany: Users Needs and Requirements
    Katharina Giordano, Manja Wonschik, Juliane Leinweber, Germany
  • Comparison of Different Interaction Formats for Automatized Analysis of Symptoms in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Larissa Pliska, Isabel Neitzel, Michael Buschermöhle, Ute Ritterfeld, Germany
  • Personalized Music Therapy Information System Based on Algorithmic Composition in the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Chaoguang Wang, United Kingdom; Lusha Huang, P.R. China
  • Benefits of the use of ICT in Special Needs Education – an up-date through an extended systematic review
    Daniela Nussbaumer, Ingo Bosse, Dennis Hövel, Switzerland
  • Promoting Independence through a Novel e-Learning Solution to Practice Online Purchasing
    Sara Kjellstrand, Susanna Laurin, Lisa Engström, Sweden
  • Easy Reading – Keeping the User at the Digital Original: Assessment and Potential Use of Easy Reading for Digital Accessibility
    Miriam Wüst, Nele Maskut, Lukas Baumann, Vanessa Nina Heitplatz, Leevke Wilkens, Susanne Dirks, Christian Bühler, Germany
SCSM: Social Computing and Social Media

S214: Human-centered computing and distance education
Room B3 M4
Chair: Magdalena Brzezinska, Poland

  • Exploring the User Experience and Effectiveness of Mobile Game-Based Learning in Higher Education
    Nicos Kasenides, Andriani Piki, Nearchos Paspallis, Cyprus
  • Teaching and Learning in the New Normal: Responding to Students’ and Academics’ Multifaceted Needs
    Andriani Piki, Cyprus; Magdalena Brzezinska, Poland
  • Online Dyslexia Intervention via Technology Support; Study in Greece
    Ioanna Dimitriadou, Greece
  • Virtual Clinic – AI Used in the Teaching of Medical Interviews, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning
    Marcin Szeliga, Poland
DHM: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S215: Occupational safety and health in digital transformation - II
Room 6/7
Chairs: Nicola Helfer, Peter Nickel, Germany

  • Challenges for Standardized Ergonomic Assessments by Digital Human Modeling
    Kerstin Schmidt, Paul Schmidt, Anna Schlenz, Germany
  • Generation of Consistent Slip, Trip and Fall Kinematic Data via Instability Detection and Recovery Performance Analysis for Use in Machine Learning Algorithms for (Near) Fall Detection
    Moritz Schneider, Anika Weber, Mirko Kaufmann, Annette Kluge, Ulrich Hartmann, Germany; Kiros Karamanidis, United Kingdom; Rolf Ellegast, Germany
  • Short Intervention of Self-Study-Videos in a Safety Engineering Learning Arrangement: An Investigation of Effects on Learning Performance and Motivation
    Julia Waldorf, Florian Hafner, Marina Bier, Nina Hanning, Lucia Maletz, Carolin Frank, Anke Kahl, Germany
  • Something Old, Something New, Something Inspired by Deep Blue? A Scoping Review on the Digital Transformation of Office and Knowledge Work from the Perspective of OSH
    Patricia Tegtmeier, Jan Terhoeven, Sascha Wischniewski, Germany
  • Human Factors in Interface Design of Electronic Control Systems for Mechanical Equipment in Stage and Studio Automation
    Peter Nickel, Germany
DUXU: Design, User Experience, and Usability

S216: PANEL: History of HCI/UX - Multiple Perspectives
Room 18
Chair: Aaron Marcus, United States

  • Perspectives on the History of HCI/UX Panel
    Aaron Marcus, United States
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Elizabeth Rosenzweig
    Elizabeth Rosenzweig, United States
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Martin Maguire
    Martin Maguire, United Kingdom
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Masaaki Kurosu
    Masaaki Kurosu, Japan
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Mark Chignell
    Mark Chignell, Canada
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Klaus Miesenberger
    Klaus Miesenberger, Austria
  • A Perspective on the History of HCI/UX by Manfred Tscheligi
    Manfred Tscheligi, Austria
HCIBGO: HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S217: Service Design in Business - ΙΙ
Room 180
Chairs: Yi-Cheng Ku, Yu-Chen Yang, Taiwan

  • The Impact of Country-of-Origin Images on Online Customer Reviews: A Case Study of a Cross-Border E-Commerce Platform
    Wen Hsin Chen, Yi-Cheng Ku, Taiwan
  • Acceptance of Mobile Payment: A Cross-Cultural Examination between Mainland China, Taiwan, and Germany
    Vipin Saini, India; Julian Reckter, Germany; Yu-Chen Yang, Taiwan; Yong Jin, Hong Kong
  • Exploiting 3DWeb to Enhance Online Shopping: Toward an Update of Usability Heuristics
    Valeria Orso, Maria Luisa Campanini, Leonardo Pierobon, Giovanni Portello, Merylin Monaro, Alice Bettelli, Luciano Gamberini, Italy
  • An Analysis of Survey Results on the User Interface Experiences of E-wallet Services
    Kwan Panyawanich, Martin Maguire, Patrick Pradel, United Kingdom
  • Digital Showroom in 3DWeb, the Scene Effect on Object Placement
    Giorgio Olivas Martinez, Valeria Orso, Luciano Gamberini, Italy
  • The Influence Factors of The Characteristics of Live Broadcast E-commerce Anchors on Consumers' Intention to Recommend WOM: A S-O-R Perspective
    Linwei HU, Chuanmin Mi, Lili Liu, P.R. China
LCT: Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S218: Hybrid and Online Learning Spaces
Room B3 M2
Chair: Thomas Herrmann, Germany

  • Exploring Factors Affecting User Perception of Trustworthiness in Advanced Technology: Preliminary Results
    Iuliia Paramonova, Sonia Sousa, David Lamas, Estonia
  • An Analytical Framework for Designing Future Hybrid Learning Creative Spaces: A Pattern Approach
    Dan Zhu, United Kingdom; Yeqiu Yang, Italy
  • Requirements Analysis to Support Equal Participation in Hybrid Collaboration Settings in Higher Education
    Arlind Avdullahu, Thomas Herrmann, Nikol Rummel, Germany
  • Scenarios, Methods, and Didactics in Teaching Using Video-Conferencing Systems and Interactive Tools: Empirical Investigation on Problems and Good Practices
    Md Saifuddin Khalid, Tobias Alexander Bang Tretow-Fish, Mahmuda Parveen, Denmark
  • Data Privacy in Learning Management Systems: Perceptions of Students, Faculty, and Administrative Staff
    Jialun Aaron Jiang, Fujiko Robledo Yamamoto, Vaughan Nagy, Madelyn Zander, Lecia Barker, United States
  • Mining and Analysis of Search Interests related to Online Learning Platforms from Different Countries since the Beginning of COVID-19
    Nirmalya Thakur, Karam Khanna, Shuqi Cui, Nazif Azizi, Zihui Liu, United States
ITAP: Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S219: Human Factors Design and Implementation
Room 17
Chair: Wang-Chin Tsai, Taiwan

  • Applying PBL Model to Technological Learning Strategies for Older Adults
    Kuei-Yuan Chang, Chang-franw Lee, Taiwan
  • A Study of Interactive Design Games to Enhance the Fun of Muscle Strength Training for Older Adults
    Hui-Jiun Hu, Taiwan
  • Research on the Development of 3D Virtual Reality Fire Hazard Factor Identification Training System
    Yang-Chih Lin, Chin-Feng Chen, Yu-Jen Chen, Ren-Bei Yang, Jia-Yun Zheng, Taiwan
  • Technology Service Design for the Older Adults with Dementia
    Wang-Chin Tsai, Chia-Fen Chi, Yu-Hsing Huang, Taiwan
  • Human Factors Based New Media Design: Methodology and Assessment
    Shijun Ge, Yuanbo Sun, Yin Cui, Hao Shen, P.R. China
  • A Study of Junior High School Students' Willingness to Learn Table Tennis Using VR technology
    Fangfang Yang, P.R. China; Longfei Ren, Chao Gu, Korea; Jinguang Wei, P.R. China
  • Research on the influence of artificial Intelligence interactive function on youth sports training -- Taking Tiantian Skipping Rope app as an example
    LuMing Wang, Korea; Yin Cui, Xibin Gong, Fei Liu, P.R. China
AIS: Adaptive Instructional Systems

S220: Adaptive Instructional Systems (AIS) Community of Practice
Room B3 M5
Chair: Robert A. Sottilare, United States

  • Trust Acceptance Mapping - Designing Intelligent Systems for use in an Educational Context
    Graham Parsonage, Matthew Horton, Janet Read, United Kingdom
  • Establishing an Effective Adaptive Instructional Systems Community of Practice
    Robert A. Sottilare, United States
  • Considerations for Developing a Generalized Gradebook for an Open-Source Intelligent Tutoring System Framework
    Anne M. Sinatra, United States

S221: 'On the Efficacy and Usability of Adaptive Instructional Systems
Room B3 M6
Chairs: Thomas Witte, Germany; Rachel Van Campenhout, United States

  • Learning to Take the Right Turn – which Learning Media is best suited to learn a Sequence of Actions to Solve a Rubik’s Cube?
    Daniela Altun, Daniel Schulz, Germany
  • Toward a New Paradigm: Learning Analytics 2.0
    Thomas Penniston, United States
  • Merging Human and Non-Human (System) Data to Describe Students’ Adaptive Learning Experience in Postsecondary Gateway Math Courses
    James R. Paradiso, Tammy Muhs, Baiyun Chen, United States
  • Iterative Improvement of Automatically Generated Practice with the Content Improvement Service
    Bill Jerome, Rachel Van Campenhout, Jeffrey S. Dittel, Rich Benton, Benny G. Johnson, United States
  • Student Perceptions on the Efficacy of Adaptive Courseware and the Doer Effect: A tool for Active Learning and Engagement
    Martha Hubertz, Joseph Lloyd, United States
HCI-Games: HCI in Games

S222: Playful Experiences: Design and Impact - IΙ
Room B3 M3
Chair: Daniel Riha, Czech Republic

  • Be a gamer: A Psycho-social Characterization of the Player
    Tania Ribeiro, Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal; Peter Brinson, United States
  • Orpheus' Journey
    David A. Plecher, Leonie Wargitsch, Christian Eichhorn, Gudrun Klinker, Germany
  • Playable Characters in Digital Games: Aesthetics and Gender Identity in Digital Game Player's preferences
    Tania Ribeiro, Rebeca Mendes, Ana Isabel Veloso, Portugal
  • Economics and impact of playful experiences: a study of start-ups developing games and gaming applications in Budapest and Copenhagen
    Matyas Janos Spiesz, Diogo Pereira Henriques, Denmark
  • Verification of Repetition of Playing a Game for Activity Selection in a Group
    Satoki Fujimoto, Masayuki Ando, Kouyou Otsu, Tomoko Izumi, Japan
  • Making the Digital Tangible through Analog Games: Design Retrospective of Digital Literacy Games
    Scott DeJong, Canada
MOBILE: Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S223: Mobile Human Computer Interfaces
Room 178
Chair: Denys J.C. Matthies, Germany

  • LoomoRescue: An Affordable Rescue Robot for Evacuation Situations
    Denys J.C. Matthies, Sven Ole Schmidt, Yuqi He, Zhouyao Yu, Horst Hellbrück, Germany
  • ”What can I study at OVGU?” – An Analysis of the Applicability of Conversational Voice Assistants in Student Advisory Service
    Matthias Busch, Felix Böhm, Ingo Siegert, Germany
  • Auto-Tagging User Traits in the Context of Smartphones
    Srija Sistla, Nikitha Jayakumar, Smrithi K, GBS Akhil, Nitin V Pujari, India
  • A Model-based Approach for Expansion of Androids Status-Bar-Notification
    Emiliandro Carlos De Moraes Firmino, Brazil; Aasim Khurshid, United Kingdom
  • Users’ Sophisticated Information Search Behaviour
    Adel Alhejaili, James Blustein, Canada
  • Improving Motivation to Support Physical Activity through Fitness App in China: A Co-Design Approach
    Jing Zhou, P.R. China; Jo Jung, Christopher KUEH, Australia

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