CHAI Seminars 2016

CHAI Seminar Schedule 2016

Here is the schedule for the Computer Human Adapted Interaction Research Group seminars. They range from formal presentations of mature work by members of the group or visitors to less formal reports of work-in-progress. The regular meeting time is 12:00am Monday in the School of IT Building Seminar Room 124.

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Weekly Seminars

Date Location Speaker(s) Topic
Mon 22 August
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Augusto Dias Visualizing Individual Profiles and Grouping Conditions in Collaborative Learning Activities
Mon 1 August
12:00PM
Level 3W Meeting room Judy Kay EDM Trip Report
Mon 25 July
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Callum Parker and Crystal Yoo Trip Report: UBISS and PerDis 2016
Mon 18 July
4:00PM
Level 3W Meeting room Asteriadis Stelios Description of Univ. of Maastricht activities, in data mining, in education & health
Mon 6 June
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Lie Ming Tang Long term activity tracking: what are the ways to harness all that data?
Mon 30 May
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Judy Kay and Kummerfeld CHI2016 Trip Report
Mon 16 May
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Sammi Chow Generating Formative feedback in Programming Teaching Systems
Mon 2 May
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Jisu (Joseph) Jung FIT: lock-screen ultra-lite logging an important food target
Mon 18 April
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Jenna Zhu Public and Ambient Display Literature Review
Mon 11 April
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Linus Karsai Visualising provenance
Mon 4 April
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Augusto Dias Buddy+: a Recommender System for Student Group Formation Using Contrast Sets
Mon 21 March
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Ken Koh Adaptive Systems in Augmented Reality: Towards A Human-Centric Computer
Mon 14 March
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Augusto Dias Buddy+: a Recommender System for Student Group Formation Using Contrast Sets
Mon 7 March
12:00PM
School of IT Room 124 Lie Ming Tang Steps Academy: novel uses of activity trackers?



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