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Day of Workshop
West Level 2
Vancouver Convention Centre
Floor plan PDF (page 5)
9:00 - 9:15
Preparation (15 minutes)
9:15 - 10:15
First half of Workshop Madness (1 hour)
- Halimat Alabi
- Sudheendra Hangal
- Catherine Grevet
- Elizabeth Bales
- Laura Dabbish
- Matthew Kay
- Eric Hekler
- Jed Brubaker
- Blaine Price
10:15 - 10:30
Coffee Break (15 minutes)
10:30 - 12:00
12:00 - 2:00
2:00 - 3:00
2nd half of Workshop Madness (1 hour)
- Mark Matthews
- Eric Hofer
- Amy Gonzales
- Neema Moraveji
- Alina Pommeranz
- Alexander Meschtscherjakov
- Noreen Kamal
- Jack Weeden
- Natalia Romero
3:00 - 3:30
Coffee Break (30 minutes)
3:30 - 5:00
These brief presentations (3 to 4 minutes long) will help acquaint participants to each other's papers.
There will be limited time between presentations to ask questions of the presenters,
but don't worry, discussions will happen during the breaks and group sessions.
You can choose between the following presentation formats:
Show PowerPoint slides.
Please send me your slides by May 4, so that I can put the slides into one computer.
This will help us reduce the time between presentations.
- Demo your project. Show us how your device or application works in real-time!
Bring handouts and just speak.
You don't have to bring slides.
You may give handouts along with your spoken presentation.
Participants will break into small groups of 4 or 5.
We will try to make sure that participants work/discuss
with different sets of people for each of the sessions.
The first half of the session (45 minutes) will be spent discussing within the group.
In the second half of the session (45 minutes), groups will present what they talked about to the whole workshop.
Breakout Session I - Design, Theory, and Social Implications
In this session, groups will discuss the designs, theories,
and/or social implications that they have explored, experienced, and/or used in their work.
The goal is to find common themes between people's work and to highlight important themes.
Each group will try to focus on the theme assigned to their group.
Design of Tools
Making Sense of Data
Breakout Session II - Future Directions for Personal Informatics and HCI
In this session, groups will discuss future research directions for personal informatics and HCI.
This could be related to solving technology problems, design issues,
testing out theories, or studying social implications.
Chloe Fan, Ph.D. Student, Carnegie Mellon University, website