The IFIP TC13 Open Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is part of a series of open events organised by the Technical Committee 13 (TC13) of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Similarly to previous editions, this open symposium occurs before the annual IFIP TC13 meetings which, in 2016, is going to be hosted by the University of West London. It is a great opportunity for researchers, students and industrialists to meet and discuss hot topics on HCI with the IFIP TC13 representatives.
Dr Nan Jiang and Dr Huseyin Dogan presented BUCHI’s latest research projects at the Symposium, along with Dr Raian Ali and Prof Keith Phalp from the same department.
BUCHI is organising the coming British HCI 2016 which will be held in Bournemouth University between 11th July and 15th July.
The full and position paper submission deadline is fast approaching!
For full submission details, please visit: http://hci2016.bcs.org/.
Dr José Abdelnour-Nocera was invited to give a talk on “Interaction Design and International Development – A New Agenda” as part of the department’s Research Seminar series on 10 Februray 2016.
About José: José is an Associate Professor in Sociotechnical Design at School of Computing and Engineering, University of West London. He is also the head of Sociotechnical Centre for Innovation and User Experience. Find out more at: https://soc.uwl.ac.uk/~jabdelno/.
Dr Gavin Sim, invited by BUCHI, visited Bournemouth on 18 and 19 September to give a talk on “Capturing Momentary or Long Term Experiences: Does it matter in usability of user experience studies?“.
About Gavin: Gavin Sim is a Senior Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) in the School of Physical Sciences and Computing at the University of Central Lancashire. His main research focus is usability and user experience (UX) methodologies, which are applicable to a range of research domains. He is currently the chair of the BCS Interaction Group. Gavin has over 50 peer reviewed publications in the area of HCI and Educational Technology. He actively reviews for journals and conferences within HCI and has been on the organising committee for both national and international conferences.
Professor Alan Dix visited Bournemouth on 15 September and gave a talk on his interesting findings on REF performance (in particular, UOA 11).
About Alan: please visit: http://alandix.com/academic/.