University of Limerick, November 2nd, 2018

9:30     Registration & Coffee
10:00   Welcome address – Dr. Gabriela Avram/on behalf of the organisers

10:05   Keynote: 2007-2018: Themes, Trends and Challenges in (Irish) HCI and the Road Ahead
Prof. Luigina Ciolfi, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

10:45   PhD Madness – a series of 1 min presentations by PhD candidates studying HCI

11:00   Paper Session 1 – Humans and Technologies

12:00   Keynote:  Deep Digitality
Prof. Alan Dix,  Computational Foundry, Swansea University, Wales, UK

12:40   Lunch

13:40  Paper Session 2 – Technologies Augmenting Human Activities

14:40  Poster session discussion

15:10   Session 3: Postdoctoral Projects (5 min presentations)

  • Gareth W. Young, Maynooth University – “Formative Research on Student Learning Experiences in Virtual Environments”
  • Ana Guerberof, ADAPT Centre, DCU – “Correlations between localisation quality and usability on machine and human translated user interface strings: a study using eye-tracking and telemetry”
  • Lilian Genaro Motti Ader, ARCH / Insight Centre, UCD – “HCI Challenges in Human Movement Analysis: Quantitative Assessment of Gait and Balance”
  • Benoit Bossavit, Dept. of Computer Science and Statistics, TCD – “MotorSense: an obstacle game towards monitoring gross motor skills development”

15:30 MDI followed by discussion

16:20   Keynote:  Framing the Human in HCI – An Ongoing Project
Prof. Liam J. Bannon, Founding Director of the Interaction Design Centre, Professor Emeritus, University of Limerick

17:00  Closing: Drinks at the bar – to be joined by IxDA Limerick guests