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(Last Updated: 18 May, 2022)
19:30 – 21:30
19:30 – 21:30 (CEST - Gothenburg, Sweden)
Human-Computer Interaction

Media Interaction: Engagement, Emotions and Digital Entertainment
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Disappointment as propellant for a not so friendly conversation agent
    Paulo Henrique Serrano, Brazil
  • Development of a Satisfaction Evaluation System for the Exposure to Pieces of Art
    Edvaldo Vasconcelos, Matheus Cavalcanti, Thiago Silva, Valdecir Becker, Margareth Diniz, Brazil
  • A System for Graphical Visualization of Brainwaves to Analyse Media Content Consumption
    Valdecir Becker, Matheus Cavalcanti, Thiago Silva, Edvaldo Vasconcelos, Alessandro Pinon, Felipe Melo, Brazil
  • Analysis of Responsiveness and Usability in Websites Serving Public Transparency in a Mobile Environment: Case study in the State of Paraíba through Heuristic Evaluation
    Elias de Almeida Jácome Filho, Joao Marcelo Alves Macedo, Brazil
  • A Systematic Mapping Study of Emotional Response Evaluation Instruments
    Suzane Santos dos Santos, Kamila Rios Da Hora Rodrigues, Brazil
  • Evaluating Virtual and Local Pepper Presence in the Role of Communicator Interacting with Another Human Presenter at a Vocational Fair of the Computer Sciences
    Samantha Romero-Pérez, Keyla Smith-Arias, Lizeth Corrales-Cortés, Kryscia Ramírez-Benavides, Adrian Vega, Ariel Mora, Costa Rica

Theoretical Aspects of HCI
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Hybrid Spaces, Hybrid Methodologies: Finding Ways of Working with Social Sciences & Humanities in Human-Computer Interaction
    Claude Draude, Goda Klumbytė, Germany
  • Engagements2 as ‘HCI Material’: Propagating Community Agency, Through Embedded Technologies
    Robert Phillips, Nick Gant, Mel Jordan, United Kingdom; Sarah Teasley, Australia; Gail Ramster, Katie Gaudion, Katie Spragg, Hannah Franklin Stewart, Mel Brimfield, United Kingdom
  • A Descriptive Model of Passive and Natural Passive Human-Computer Interaction
    Andreas Mallas, Michalis Xenos, Christos Katsanos, Greece
  • Conversations across Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Experiences from Research in Sociology, Human-Computer Interaction, and Pharmacy
    Rebecca Wiesner, Jenny Valery Stein, Katharina Losch, Anja K. Faulhaber, Germany
  • The Status of Human-Machine Communication Research: A Decade of Publication Trends Across Top-Ranking Journals
    Heidi Makady, Fanjue Liu, United States
  • Multimodal Semantics for Affordances and Actions
    James Pustejovsky, Nikhil Krishnaswamy, United States

Systems and Applications for Health and Well-being
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Scan Buddy: A Gamified App to Prepare Children for an MRI Scan
    Privender Saini, Netherlands; Chelsey Koehn, United States; Annerieke Heuvelink, Ozgur Tasar, Elizabeth Van Vorstenbosch-Lynn, Sanne Nauts, Netherlands; Andrew T. Trout, United States
  • The User Experience of Public Health Websites: A Survey Study
    Aimee Kendall Roundtree, United States
  • User Feedback Design in AI-driven Mood Tracker Mobile Apps
    Hsi Yuan Chu, Yvette Shen, United States
  • Designing to Fight Pandemics: A Review of Literature and Identifying Design Patterns for COVID-19 Tracing Apps
    Isaac Criddle, Amanda Hardy, Garrett Smith, Thomas Ranck, United States; Mainack Mondal, India; Xinru Page, United States
  • Usability Testing of a Gratitude Application for Promoting Mental Well-being
    Felwah Alqahtani, Alaa Alslaity, Rita Orji, Canada
  • TidyHome: A Persuasive App for Supporting Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence
    Joseph Orji, Amelia Hernandez, Biebelemabo Selema, Rita Orji, Canada

Design Approaches, Methods and Tools - I
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Comparison of Moderated and Unmoderated Remote Usability Sessions for Web-Based Simulation Software: A Randomized Controlled Trial
    Pedram Khayyatkhoshnevis, Savanah Tillberg, Eric Latimer, Tim Aubry, Andrew Fisher, Vijay Mago, Canada
  • Case Studies of Motion Capture as a Tool for HumanComputer Interaction Research in the Areas of Design and Animation
    André Salomão, Flávio Andaló, Gabriel Prim, Milton Luiz Horn Vieira, Nicolas Canale Romeiro, Brazil
  • Towards Establishing Consistent Proposal Binning Methods for Unimodal and Multimodal Interaction Elicitation Studies
    Xiaoyan Zhou, Adam S. Williams, Francisco R. Ortega, United States
  • Gesture Elicitation for Augmented Reality Environments
    Francisco Vinicius Nascimento da Silva, Francisco C. De Mattos Brito, Robson De Moraes Alves, Gabriela De Castro Quintinho, Brazil
  • Interaction Design: guidelines for the development of externalist interactive solutions.
    Beatriz Pacheco, Brazil
  • Artificial? Naturally! How our Body Matters in the Technology - Nature Interaction
    Alec Balasescu, Canada
Human Interface and the Management of Information

Designing for Effective Human-Computer Interactions
Chair(s): Kim-Phuong L. Vu, United States

  • Attention to Medical Warning Labels Using the Flicker Paradigm
    James Miles, Kristen Brown, Michelle Nguyen, United States
  • Which Method of Fact-Checking is Beneficial in Fighting Misinformation?
    Cindy Su, Timothy Diep, Kim-Phuong L. Vu, United States
  • Comparing the effectiveness of online and in-person training methods for website accessibility evaluations
    Yvette Apatiga, Kim-Phuong L. Vu, United States
  • The Simon Effect in Driving
    Thomas Strybel, Alexander Boudreau, United States
  • Designing Usability Evaluation Methods for Chatbots: A Case Study
    Gerry Hanley, United States
Augmented Cognition

Technological Approaches for In-person and Remote Human Health and Performance Assessment
Chair(s): Rodolphe Gentili, United States

  • Towards Human-like Learning Dynamics in a Simulated Humanoid Robot for Improved Human-Machine Teaming
    . Akshay, India; Xulin Chen, P.R. China; Borui He, Garrett E. Katz, United States
  • Improved Psychological Health through a Remote Behavioral Intervention: A Telehealth Pilot Study for Veterans with Chronic Multi-Symptom Illness
    Charity B Breneman, Immanuel Samuel, Arghavan Hamedi, Timothy Chun, Walter Jachimowicz, Kamila U. Pollin, Rebecca McCullers, Lucas Crock, Ryan C. Brewster, Adil Alaoui, Michael Roy, Matthew J. Reinhard, Michelle Costanzo, United States
  • Home-Based Assessment of Sleep Quality and Post Concussive Symptoms in Veterans with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
    Kamila U. Pollin, Immanuel Samuel, Charity B Breneman, Mary M. Valmas, Ryan C. Brewster, Matthew J. Reinhard, Michelle Costanzo, United States
  • Effects of Military Occupational Exposures on Home-Based Assessment of Veterans' Self-Reported Health, Sleep and Cognitive Performance Measures
    Immanuel Samuel, Kamila U. Pollin, Charity B Breneman, Timothy Chun, Mary M. Valmas, Ryan C. Brewster, Michelle Prisco, John Barrett, Matthew J. Reinhard, Michelle Costanzo, United States
  • Assessment of a Novel Virtual Environment for Examining Human Cognitive-Motor Performance during Execution of Action Sequences
    Alexandra Shaver, Neehar Peri, Remy Mezebish, George Matthew, Alyza Berson, Christopher Gaskins, Gregory Davis, Garrett E. Katz, Immanuel Samuel, Matthew J. Reinhard, Michelle Costanzo, James Reggia, James Purtilo, Rodolphe Gentili, United States

Applications of Augmented Cognition
Chair(s): Martha E. Crosby, Michael-Brian C. Ogawa, United States

  • Examining the Impact of Chronic Pain on Information Processing Behavior: An Exploratory Eye-tracking Study
    Doaa Alrefaei, Gaayathri Sankar, Javad Norouzi Nia, Soussan Djamasbi, Diane Strong, United States
  • Love as Augmented Cognition: Passionate Gaming in the Era of Virtual Romance
    Suraj Sood, United States
  • Optimizing Visual Cues in Educational Software
    David Stevens, United States
  • Abstracting the Understanding and Application of Cognitive Load in Computational Thinking and Modularized Learning
    Taylor Gabatino, Michael-Brian C. Ogawa, Martha E. Crosby, United States
  • Understanding Humans’ Cognitive Processes During Computational Thinking Through Cognitive Science
    Kiran Datwani, Michael-Brian C. Ogawa, Martha E. Crosby, United States
  • Using Augmented Cognition to Examine Differences in Online Handwriting Recognition for Native and Non-Native Writers
    Mariam Doliashvili, Michael-Brian C. Ogawa, Martha E. Crosby, United States
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

Design for All Methods and Case Studies
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Haptic Pattern Designer Toolkit – HaptiDesigner: Software and Hardware for Creation of Actuation Patterns
    Nasrine Olson, Jonas Jarvoll, Sweden
  • Design of a Virtual Task to Understand the Nature of Collaboration between Autistic and Neurotypical Adults in Workplace using Multimodal Data
    Mahrukh Tauseef, Ashwaq Zaini Amat, Deeksha Adiani, Spencer Hunt, Makayla Honaker, Amy Swanson, Amy Weitlauf, Nilanjan Sarkar, United States
  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Viewers' Preference for Speaker Identifier Type in Live TV Programming
    Akhter Al Amin, Joseph Mendis, Raja Kushalnagar, Christian Vogler, Sooyeon Lee, Matt Huenerfauth, United States
  • Stakeholder Perceptions on Requirements for Accessible Technical Condition Information in Residential Real Estate Transactions
    Jo E. Hannay, Kristin S. Fuglerud, Bjarte M. Østvold, Norway
  • The Simulated User Impairment Testing (SUIT) Protocol and Toolbox for Digital Artifacts
    Joschua Thomas Simon-Liedtke, Till Halbach, Norway
  • Access@tour: A Digital Platform to Promote Accessible Tourism
    Pedro Teixeira, Leonor Teixeira, Celeste Eusébio, Portugal
Social Computing and Social Media

Patient Expertise and Social Media
Chair(s): Karine Berthelot-Guiet, France

  • Twitter and the Dissemination of Information Related to the Access to Credit for Cancer Survivors - The Case of the “Right to be Forgotten” in France
    Renaud Debailly, Hugo Jeanningros, Gaël Lejeune, France
  • Patient-led Medicalisation and Demedicalisation Processes through Social Media - An Interdisciplinary Approach
    Juliette Froger-Lefebvre, Julia Tinland, France
  • Openness and limits of patient expertise and media practices
    Aurélie Pourrez, France
  • Portraits of a Killer: Visual Expressions of Patient/Parent Expertise on Social Media The Case of Glioblastoma on Instagram
    Juliette Charbonneaux, Karine Berthelot-Guiet, France
  • Communication and Information About Breast Cancer: A Comparative Study Between a Physical and an Online Environment
    Leticia Barbosa, Andre Pereira Neto, Brazil
  • Fine Grained Categorization of Drug Usage Tweets
    Priyanka Dey, ChengXiang Zhai, United States

Customer eXperience and Behavior
Chair(s): Cristian Rusu, Chile

  • Eye Tracking to Evaluate the User eXperience (UX): Literature Review
    Matias García, Sandra Cano, Chile
  • Information Consumer eXperience: A Chilean Case Study
    Maria Paz Godoy, Cristian Rusu, Jonathan Ugalde, Chile
  • Design and Evaluation of a Programming Tutor based on an Instant Messaging Interface
    Claudio Alvarez, Luis A. Rojas, Juan De Dios Valenzuela, Chile
  • User Experience Evaluation of a Computational Thinking-Enhanced Problem-Solving Tool: Findings and Next Steps
    Juan Felipe Calderón, Luis A. Rojas, Chile; Katrina Sorbello, Australia; Nibaldo Acero, Chile
  • Virtual Assistant as an emotional support for the Academic Stress for Students of higher school: A Literature review
    Alexis Lucero, Sandra Cano, Claudio Cubillos, Chile; María Elena Díaz, Colombia
  • Towards a Methodology to Evaluate User Experience with Personalized Questionnaires for the Developments of Custom Systems
    Jenny Morales, German Rojas, Gamadiel Cerda, Chile
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

Applications of Virtual, Augmented, Mixed and Extended Reality in Aviation
Chair(s): Daniela Kratchounova, United States

  • Identification of Expert Tower Controller Visual Scanning Patterns in Support of the Development of Automated Training Tools
    Jerry Crutchfield, Ziho Kang, Ricardo Palma Fraga, Junehyung Lee, United States
  • Critical Review of Extended Reality Applications in Aviation
    Brett Torrence, Jeff Dressel, United States
  • Preliminary Findings: Application of Maintenance Instructions Displayed in Augmented Reality
    Kylie Key, Maggie Ma, Chris Towne, Inchul Choi, Peter T. Hu, Steven C. Franzman, David R. Aguilar, David J. Schroeder, Katrina Avers, United States
  • Human Factors Considerations for Head-Worn Displays in Civil Aviation
    David C. Newton, United States
  • Practice Makes Perfect or Does It? Practice Effect in Flying HUD Localizer-Guided Low Visibility Takeoffs
    Inchul Choi, Daniela Kratchounova, Theodore Mofle, Jeremy Hesselroth, Scott Stevenson, Mark Humphreys, United States
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

Ergonomic Design, Anthropometry, and Human Modeling
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Redesigning an Excavator Operator’s Seat and Controls using Digital Human Modelling in RAMSIS
    Bishrut Jayaswal, United States
  • Computer-Aid Ergonomic Analysis of Excavator Driver’s Body Posture Model
    Chuqing Ni, United States
  • AI-driven Human Motion Classification and Analysis using Laban Movement System
    Wenbin Guo, Osubi Craig, Timothy Difato, James Oliverio, Markus Santoso, Jill Sonke, Angelos Barmpoutis, United States
  • A Platform for Long-Term Analysis and Reporting of Sitting Posture
    Rafael De Pinho André, Brazil
  • Excavator Comfort-Height Dependence for 2010 German-modeled Manikins
    Garrett Behrje, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • Simulation and Ergonomic Analysis of a Very Tall Male Driving an Excavator in RAMSIS
    Philippine Buisson, Vincent G. Duffy, United States

Digital Human Modeling in the Workplace
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Ergonomic Analysis through Targeted Industrial Case Review and Company Investment Benefit
    Bethany Evans, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • Developing Ergonomic Design Recommendations Using Human-Centric RAMSIS Analysis
    Adam M. Fuhrmann, Jonathan T. Breese, Andre Luebke, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • Boundary Comfort: A RAMSIS Perspective
    Aubrey Hocker, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • Exploring Off-the-Shelf Data in Job Design: A Comparison of Metadata in Situation Awareness, Task Analysis and Data Visualization
    Leena Naidu, Rachita Naidu, Sandeep Krishna Ramachandran, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • Workplace Health Promotion: mHealth as a Preventive Mediator between Psychosocial Workplace Characteristics and Well-being at Work
    Vera Barbara Rick, Peter Rasche, Alexander Mertens, Verena Nitsch, Germany
  • Hey Team: An e-health Application for Promoting Quality of Life and Safety for Employees and Employers
    Paulo Hermida, Gabrielly Bessa, Mauro Teofilo, Ricardo Grunitzki, Andrea Medeiros, Brazil
Design, User Experience, and Usability

Reflections on UX Design and Evaluation Processes
Chair(s): To be announced

  • A Framework for User-Requirements Analysis and Development of Creative Design Concepts
    Martin Maguire, United Kingdom
  • Customer Hierarchy of Needs: Customer Centric Approach to Agile Product Development
    Paige Dysert, Sasanka Prabhala, United States
  • Knowledge Creation in Co-Design Activities: Business-Driven Collaboration in the Development of a Digital Communication Tool
    Eva Brooks, Anders Kalsgaard Møller, Denmark
  • How Should we Educate User Experience Designers (UXD) in Order to Design and Develop Effective Online Learning Platforms? - A Teaching & Learning Framework -
    Angeliki Tevekeli, Greece
  • Different Sample Sources, Different Results? A Comparison of Online Panel and Mail Survey Respondents
    Aki Koivula, Jukka Sivonen, Finland
  • Meta-Usability: Understanding the Relationship between Information Technology and Well-Being
    Ian Michael Hosking, Kate Livingstone, United Kingdom
Culture and Computing

AI in the Loop
Chair(s): Gertraud Koch, Chris Biemann, Germany

  • Putting Users in the Loop: How User Research Can Guide AI Development for a Consumer-Oriented Self-Service Portal
    Frank Binder, Jana Diels, Julian Balling, Oliver Albrecht, Robert Sachunsky, J. Nathanael Philipp, Yvonne Scheurer, Marlene Münsch, Markus Otto, Andreas Niekler, Gerhard Heyer, Christian Thorun, Germany
  • D-WISE Tool Suite for the Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse
    Gertraud Koch, Chris Biemann, Isabel Eiser, Tim Fischer, Florian Schneider, Teresa Stumpf, Alejandra Tijerina Garcia, Germany
  • Using k-Means Clustering to Classify Protest Songs Based on Conceptual and Descriptive Audio Features
    Yanru Jiang, United States; Xin Jin, Hong Kong
  • Artificial Speech is Culture: Conversational UX Designers and the Work of Usable Conversational Voice Assistants
    Elizabeth Rodwell, United States
Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

Urban Life and Smart Cities, Learning Cities, and Future Cities
Chair(s): H. Patricia McKenna, Canada

  • Exploring the Usefulness and Usability of Ambient Theory for Smart Cities
    H. Patricia McKenna, Canada
  • Ways of Experiencing Technology in a Smart Learning Environment
    Pen Lister, Malta
  • A Broad Platform for Smart City Projects Idea Contribution and Interaction
    Julia C. Lee, Lawrence J. Henschen, United States
  • The Context-Aware Reasoning Health Emergency (CARE) Notification System
    Mario Quinde, Miguel Mendoza, Antonio Criollo, Gerardo Castillo, Peru
HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

HCI in the Workplace
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Designing Work Tools for Meaningful Work: A Holistic Approach to Human-Work Interaction Design
    Maylis Saigot, Denmark
  • Strategies for Working Remotely: Responding to Pandemic-Driven Change with Cross-Organizational Community Dialog
    Elaine M Raybourn, United States
  • Designing a Workplace Violence Reporting Tool for Healthcare Workers in Hospital Settings
    Meagan Foster, Karthik Adapa, Amy Cole, Amro Khasawneh, Anna Soloway, Jeffrey Francki, Nancy Havill, Lukasz Mazur, United States
  • Evaluation of the Change in the Quality of Reports with the Application of Gamification in a Corporative Institution
    Publio Pastrolin Cavalcante, Sergio Antonio Andrade Freitas, Brazil
  • Designing a Worker Companion – Design Implications from On-site and Remote Participatory Design in the Context of Industry 4.0
    Jorge Ribeiro, Cristina Santos, Elsa Oliveira, Ricardo Melo, Portugal
  • Development and Evaluation of a Tangible Interaction Concept for Assembly Workstations
    Swenja Sawilla, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

Online Learning - I
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Inactive Learning: How students perceive passivity in online classes
    Alicia Takaoka, United States
  • Educational quality in virtuality during the covid 19 pandemic in Colombia
    Henry Herrera, Alonso Barrera, Javier Ramírez, Marlene Ballestas, Ingrid Ballesta, Sonia Duran, Colombia
  • Traditional face-to-face educational modality Vs. Remote face-to-face modality: its impact on academic performance in the context of the Covid 19 pandemic
    Javier Ramírez, Samara Romero Caballero, Irmina Hernández Sánchez, Mónica Acuña Rodríguez, Janiris Acuña Rodríguez, Grace Rocha Herrera, Colombia
  • A User Profile based Method for Usability Assessment of Distance Learning Systems
    Heber Miranda Floriano, Rodrigo Bonacin, Ferrucio De Franco Rosa, Brazil
  • User Experience of Universal School-Based e-Mental Health Solutions: Exploring the Expectations and Desires of Adolescent Users
    Erfan Badawi, Constantinos K. Coursaris, Sylvain Sénécal, Pierre-Majorique Léger, Canada
  • How Prepared was the World for Emergency Distance Learning in K-12 Education? A Literature Review
    José Reyes-Rojas, Jaime Sánchez, Chile

Exploring the Landscape of AI and ML in Computing Education
Chair(s): Andri Ioannou, Cyprus

  • Exploring the Role of Chatbots and Messaging Applications in Higher Education: A Teacher’s Perspective
    Juan J. Merelo, Pedro A. Castillo, Antonio Μ. Mora, Francisco Barranco, Spain; Noorhan Abbas, United Kingdom; Alberto Guillén, Spain; Olia Tsivitanidou, Cyprus
  • Towards Deep Learning-Powered Chatbot for Translation Learning
    Moneerh Aleedy, Saudi Arabia; Eric Atwell, United Kingdom; Souham Meshoul, Saudi Arabia
  • Learning Analytics and Deep Learning in Large Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
    Mike Brayshaw, Nkesi Wechie, Neil Gordon, United Kingdom
  • Research on Design of Virtual Simulation Experiment Platform for Ceramic Product Design Based on OBE -QFD
    Wang Yusha, P.R. China
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

Assistive Robots and Synthetic Companions
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Design Changes to A Synthetic Elderly Companion Based on an Intrusiveness Survey
    Ronnie Fulbright, Nariman Abushanab, Elizabeth Sullivan, United States
  • Nadine Robot in Elderly Care Simulation Recreational Activity: Using Computer Vision and Observations for Analysis
    Nidhi Mishra, Switzerland; Gauri Tulsulkar, Singapore; Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Switzerland
  • Robots as Welfare Technologies to Reduce Falls Amongst Older Adults: An Explorative Qualitative Study From Norway
    Diana Saplacan, Jim Torresen, Norway
  • Human-Robot-Collaboration in the Healthcare Environment: An Exploratory Study
    Ramona Schmid, Katharina Gleichauf, Verena Wagner-Hartl, Germany
  • Iterative User Centered Design of Robot-mediated Paired Activities for Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
    Ritam Ghosh, Nibraas Khan, Miroslava Migovich, Devon Wilson, Emily Latshaw, Judy Tate, Lorraine C Mion, Nilanjan Sarkar, United States

Being Connected in Later Life During a Pandemic
Chair(s): Eugene Loos, Netherlands

  • The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Researching Older People during the Covid-19 Pandemic - The Case of the Italian Longitudinal Study on Older People’s Quality of Life during the Covid-19 Pandemic (ILQA-19)
    Giulia Melis, Emanuela Sala, Italy; Daniele Zaccaria, Switzerland
  • A Social-Media Study of the Older Adults Coping with the COVID-19 Stress by Information and Communication Technologies
    Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Kim Sawchuk, Sasha Elbaz, Shannon Hebblethwaite, Janis Timm-Bottos, Canada
  • Tech Mentors, Warm Experts and Digital Care Work: Pandemic Lessons from a Remote Digital Literacy Training Program for Older Adults
    Kim Sawchuk, Constance Lafontaine, Canada
  • Virtual Museum Visits in a Pandemic: Older Adults Discuss Experiences of Art, Culture and Social Connection
    Constance Lafontaine, Kim Sawchuk, Canada
  • Pandemic-Driven Mobile Technology in Saudi Arabia: Experience of the Elderly Pilgrims and Visitors during COVID-19
    Asmaa S. Alayed, Saudi Arabia
  • TACTILE - A Mixed Reality solution for staying active and socially included
    Elisabeth Broneder, Christoph Weiß, Emanuel Sandner, Stephanie Puck, Monika Puck, Gustavo Fernàndez Domínguez, Birgit Unger-Hrdlicka, Austria
Adaptive Instructional Systems

Learner Modeling and Simulation
Chair(s): Ani Grubišić, Croatia; Bruno Emond, Canada

  • Learner Modeling in Conversation-based Assessment
    Diego Zapata-Rivera, Carol M. Forsyth, United States
  • Development of AIS Using Simulated Learners, Bayesian Networks and Knowledge Elicitation Methods
    Bruno Emond, Jennifer Smith, Canada; Mashrura Musharraf, Finland; Reza Zeinali Torbati, Randy Billard, Joshua Barnes, Brian Veitch, Canada
  • Measurements and Interventions to Improve Student Engagement through Facial Expression Recognition
    Will Lee, Danielle Allessio, William Rebelsky, Sai Satish Gattupalli, Hao Yu, Ivon Arroyo, Margrit Betke, Sarah Bargal, Tom Murray, Frank Sylvia, Beverly P. Woolf, United States
  • Heart Rate Variability for Stress Detection with Autistic Young Adults
    Miroslava Migovich, Deeksha Adiani, Amy Swanson, Nilanjan Sarkar, United States
  • Development and Evaluation of a Learning Analytics Dashboard for Moodle Learning Management System
    Ivan Peraić, Ani Grubišić, Croatia
HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

Designing for Privacy
Chair(s): Heather Molyneaux, Canada

  • A Preliminary Investigation of Authentication of Choice in Health-Related Mobile Applications
    Oluwadamilola Arinde, Jinjuan Feng, Ziying Tang, United States
  • A Survey of User Experience in Usable Security and Privacy Research
    Danielle Jacobs, Troy McDaniel, United States
  • User Experience, Knowledge, Perceptions, and Behaviors associated with Internet of Things (IoT) Device Information Privacy
    Maria Chaparro, Andrew Nakushian, Summer Rebensky, Tricia Prior, Meredith Carroll, United States
  • A User Study to Evaluate a Web-based Prototype for Smart Home Internet of Things Device Management
    Leena Alghamdi, Ashwaq Alsoubai, Mamtaj Akter, Faisal Alghamdi, Pamela Wisniewski, United States
  • Users, Smart Homes, and Digital Assistants: Impact of Technology Experience and Adoption
    Michael Shlega, Sana Maqsood, Sonia Chiasson, Canada
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

Understanding Drivers and Driving Behavior
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Understanding Drivers’ Physiological Responses in Different Road Conditions
    Sara Mostowfi, Jung Hyup Kim, United States
  • A Preliminary Evaluation of Driver’s Workload in Partially Automated Vehicles
    Ruobing Zhao, Yi Liu, Tianjian Li, Yueqing Li, United States
  • The impact of Directional Road Signs Combinations and Language Unfamiliarity on Driving Behavior
    Yi Liu, Ruobing Zhao, Tianjian Li, Yueqing Li, United States
  • Effect of Age on Driving Behavior and a Neurophysiological Interpretation
    Tianjian Li, Ruobing Zhao, Yi Liu, Xinyu Liu, Yueqing Li, United States
  • Creating Geopositioned 3D Areas of Interest from Fleet Gaze Data
    Jan Bickerdt, Christian Gollnick, Jan Sonnenberg, Enkelejda Kasneci, Germany
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

AI and HCI for Application Domains of Societal Impact
Chair(s): To be announced

  • An optimized CNN model for engagement recognition in an E-learning environment
    Yan Hu, Zeting Jiang, Kaicheng Zhu, Sweden
  • Transformer-based Multilingual G2P Converter for E-Learning System
    Jueting Liu, Chang Ren, Yaoxuan Luan, Sicheng Li, Tianshi Xie, Cheryl Seals, Marisha Speights Atkins, United States
  • A Systematic Review of Artificial Intelligence and Mental Health in the Context of Social Media
    Xing Chen, Yegin Genc, United States
  • A Model of Adaptive Gamification in Collaborative Location-based Collecting Systems
    María Dalponte Ayastuy, Diego Torres, Alejandro Fernandez, Argentina
  • Evaluation of Webcam-based Eye Tracking for a Job Interview Training Platform: Preliminary Results
    Deeksha Adiani, Chang Qu, Timothy Gass, Sneha Gurram, Dylan LeMay, Ankit Bhusal, Medha Sarkar, Nilanjan Sarkar, United States
  • A STUDY BASED ON RULES FOR THE AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONALITIES IN POSTS RELATED TO THE USE OF SYSTEMS
    Isaac Ribeiro de Sousa, Marilia Soares Mendes, Thiago Oliveira, Brazil

Explainable Artificial Intelligence
Chair(s): Florian Kammüller, United Kingdom

  • Explanation by Automated Reasoning Using the Isabelle Infrastructure Framework
    Florian Kammüller, United Kingdom
  • ExMo: Explainable AI Model using Inverse Frequency Decision Rules
    Pradip Mainali, Ismini Psychoula, United Kingdom; Fabien A. P. Petitcolas, Belgium
  • (De)Coding Social Practice in the Field of XAI: Towards a Co-constructive Framework of Explanations and Understanding Between Lay Users and Algorithmic Systems
    Josefine Finke, Ilona Horwath, Tobias Matzner, Christian Schulz, Germany
  • MoReXAI - A Model to Reason About the eXplanation Design in AI Systems
    Niltemberg De Oliveira Carvalho, Andréia Libório Sampaio, Davi Romero De Vasconcelos, Brazil
  • Explainable AI for Suicide Risk Assessment Using Eye Activities and Head Gestures
    Siyu Liu, Catherine Lu, Sharifa Alghowinem, United States; Lea Gotoh, Japan; Cynthia Breazeal, Hae Won Park, United States
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

Wireless rf power harvesting system and applications
Chair(s): Abdelhalim Zekry, Egypt

  • RF Wide band Voltage Doubler Rectifier for Energy-Harvesting Applications
    Islam Mansour, Marwa Mansour, Mohamed Aboualalaa, Egypt
  • Performance Evaluation of Self-Adaptive Rectenna for RF Energy Harvesting Applications
    Eman M. Abdelhady, Osama M. Dardeer, Egypt
  • A 2x2 Array Antenna for Multi-Band Energy Harvesting for Biomedical Sensing Applications
    Nebras Sobahi, Saudi Arabia; Reda Ghoname, Marwa Mansour, Abdelhalim Zekry, Egypt
  • 10 GHz Compact Shunt-Diode Rectifier Circuit Using Thin Film Ag/AZO Schottky Barrier Diode for Energy Harvesting Applications
    Dalia Sadek, Abdelhalim Zekry, Heba Shawkey, Somaya Kayed, Egypt
  • Transparent Metamaterial Antenna at GSM band
    Esraa Ali, Jordan; Amit Patel, India; Bilal Alqasem, Jordan


* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).