HCI Engineering 2014

Charting the Way towards Methods and Tools for Advanced Interactive Systems

EICS 2014 Workshop, June 17, 2014



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9:00 - 9:20

Introduction and organizational issues (Jürgen Ziegler, José Campos)

9:20 - 10:30


Position statements I: General HCI Engineering Challenges

  1. -Suggestions for an EICS Roadmap
    (Anke Dittmar & Peter Forbrig)

  2. -Quality: a challenge for advanced user interfaces
    (Sophie Dupuy-Chessa & Gaelle Calvary)

  3. -Individual cognitive abilities and styles in HCI: Three main challenges and a tiered adaptation model
    (Sven Bertel)

  4. -Inside the 'Big Data' Factory: Lessons from health informatics
    (Jessica Wardlaw, Mordechai (Muki) Haklay & Anna L. Cox)

  5. -General discussion of all presentations in this session

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 - 12:10


Position statements II: Interaction-Specific Challenges

  1. -Towards an engineering approach for advanced interaction techniques in 3D environments
    (Louis-Pierre Bergé, Emmanuel Dubois, Minica Houry-Panchetti, Mathieu Raynal, Cédric Sanza)

  2. -Using small, simple, wearable devices for large-scale data gathering
    (Judy Bowen, Annika Hinze, Sally-Jo Cunningham)

  3. -Towards a method, techniques and tools to support the development of auditory displays
    (Doon MacDonald & Tony Stockman)

  4. -Developing methods and techniques for the design of cross-modal interfaces
    (O. Metatla, F. Martin, T. Stockman, N. Bryan-Kinns)

  5. -General discussion of all presentations in this session

12:10 - 13:00


Position statements III: Challenges Related to Development Methods and


  1. -High assurance interactive computing systems
    (José C. Campos)

  2. -The role of semantic data in engineering interactive systems
    (Jürgen Ziegler & Timo Stegemann)

  3. -What programming languages for interactive systems designers?
    (Stéphane Chatty & Stéphane Conversy)

  4. -General discussion of all presentations in this session

13:00 - 14:30


14:30 - 15:15


Collection and structuring of future HCI Engineering Challenges (based on position statements as well as additional input and ideas)

15:15 - 16:15


Breakout groups further refine the different challenges and formulate open research questions

16:15 - 16:45

Coffee Break

16:45 - 17:30

Group reports, Outline of Research Roadmap

17:30 - 17:45

Discussion of follow-up activities and close of meeting