2nd July 2018

Doctoral Consortium

The BCS HCI Doctoral Consortium will be held at Church House Belfast on the 2nd July 2018 (Meeting room 5).  The consortium will run from 09:00 – 15:00.  Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided.

Presentation Guidelines

For the Doctoral Consortium you are required to:

  • Present your paper for 10 Minutes
  • 5 Minute Question and Answer Session

Indicative Programme

BHCI Doctoral Consortium Programme: 2nd July 2018, Meeting room 5
09:00 Welcome and Introduction
09:15  236 Cathrine Seidelin. Developing the data-based organisation: Exploring Data Work and Human-Data Interactions in a Cross-Organisational context
09:30  244 Betül Aksu and Nick Bryan-Kinns Exploring Audience Reading Behaviour through Interactive Public Displays
09:45  52 Monica Pereira. Media Skills Training Intervention Based on Automated Recognition of Human Emotion and Non-Verbal Behaviour
10:00 Coffee Break
10:15  199 David Mcquaid Designing digital behaviour change interventions to support older adults managing cardiac conditions.
10:30  233  Deborah Whittle  Faceless Internet Lawyers – can they be trusted? A study of usable Security for Legal services
10:45  206 Liam Mason  Playful Interactive Systems to Support Physical Activity Among Wheelchair Users
11:00  222 Grace Ataguba  Exploring Post-Mortem Storytelling Applications
11:15 Comfort Break
11:30  234 Jamie Ferguson Evaluating Mapping Designs for Conveying Data Using Auditory and Tactile Displays
11:45  258 Ejike Ezeh Web-based interactive tool to support shared decision-making in the choice of treatment for advanced pancreatic cancer
12:00 56  Nicole Shumskaya  Negotiation skills training intervention based on automated recognition of human emotion and non-verbal behaviour
12:15  256 Majedah Alrehiely Parisa Eslambolchilar and Rita Borgo. Evaluating Different Visualization Designs for Personal Health Data
12:30  250 Riasat Islam Wearable Haptic Devices for Gait Re-education by Rhythmic Haptic Cueing
12:45  197 Jessica Muirhead Information quality analysis of online content
14:00  251  Hicham Rifai, Paula Kelly and Damon Berry  Dealing with uncertainty in a context aware pre-embarkation prompter system to support independent living
14:15   192  Abrar Almjaly  Investigating the use of TUIs and GUIs for 6- to 7-year-old programming learning
14:30  245  Indika Karunaratne  Harnessing Learners’ Perceptual Load, the Attentional States, and Interactions in Digital Learning Environments
14:45   203  Daniel Echeverri  Transactive Episodes: Exploring Interaction, Memory & Narrative
15:00 Finish / Coffee Break

Doctoral Consortium Chairs

  • Dr Kyle Boyd, Ulster University, UK
  • Dr Justin Magee, Ulster University, UK
  • Dr David Coyle, University College Dublin, Ireland
  • Prof. Alan Dix, Computational Foundry, Swansea University