HCSE 2022 > Program

Program

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

13:30 - 13:45 Welcome & Opening

13:45 - 15:00 Keynote (Chair: Stefan Sauer)

Past, Present and Future of Ambulatory Assessment Methods in Human-Computer Interaction
Panos Markopoulus

15:00 - 15:30 Refreshment Break

15:30 - 17:00 Paper Session I (Chair: Carmelo Ardito)

Automated UX Evaluation for User-Centered Design of VR Interfaces
Kadiray Karakaya, Enes Yigitbas and Gregor Engels

Considering Users' Personal Values in User-Centered Design Processes for Media and Entertainment Services
Melanie Berger, Guillaume Pottier, Bastian Pfleging and Regina Bernhaupt

Little Stakeholder Communication in Distributed Scrum Projects During the COVID-19 Period
Hrund Valgeirsdottir, Marta Larusdottir and Helgi Ingason

17:00 - 18:00 IFIP Working Group 13.2 Business Meeting

18:00 - ..:.. Drinks


Thursday, August 25, 2022

09:30 - 10:15 Invited Talk (Chair: Carmelo Ardito)

The Potential of Human-Centered Software Engineering in Promoting a Tailored and Adapted Rehabilitation
Ilaria Bortone

10:15 - 10:30 Demo Paper (Chair: Carmelo Ardito)

Development of a Conversational Dietary Assessment Tool for Cardiovascular Patients [Demo]
Yunjie Liu, W.F. Goevaerts, Max V. Birk, Hareld Kemps and Yuan Lu

10:30 - 11:30 Refreshment Break with Demo Visit

11:30 - 12:30 Paper Session II (Chair: Jil Klünder)

Challenges with Traditional Human-Centered Design for Developing Neurorehabilitation Software
Peter Forbrig, Alexandru Bundea and Mathias Kühn

I Feel You
Christel De Maeyer and Minha Lee

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00 Paper Session III (Chair: Enes Yigitbas)

Meeting Strangers Online: Feature Models for Trustworthiness Assessment
Angela Borchert, Nicolás E. Díaz Ferreyra and Maritta Heisel

On the Potentials of Realtime Sentiment Analysis on Text-based Communication in Software Projects
Lennart Schroth, Martin Obaidi, Alexander Specht and Jil Klünder

Emoti-Office, Using Emotional and Contextual Data to Improve Employees' Working Needs in the Office [Poster]
Rutger Verstegen and Regina Bernhaupt

Poster Pitching (additional posters)

15:00 - 16:00 Refreshment Break with Poster Session

16:00 - 17:00 Walking Meeting (Moderator: Regina Bernhaupt)

18:00 - ..:.. Conference Dinner at Brewery Pub 100 Watt


Friday, August 26, 2022

09:30 - 10:30 Panel / Interactive Session

Redefining HCSE as a Venue
Moderator: Regina Bernhaupt

10:30 - 11:00 Refreshment Break

11:00 - 13:00 Paper Session IV (Chair: Marta Larusdottir)

Dissecting the Security and Usability Alignment in the Industry
Bilal Naqvi

ModelS-based Analysis of both User and Attacker Tasks: Application to EEVEHAC
Sara Nikula, Célia Martinie, Philippe Palanque, Julius Hekkala, Outi-Marja Latvala and Kimmo Halunen

Towards Collaborative Vision Video Production: How to Integrate Different Stakeholders
Lukas Nagel, Jil Klünder, Christoph Hausmann and Kurt Schneider

Requirements-Based Composition of Tailored Decision Support Systems
Jonas Kirchhoff, Christoph Weskamp and Gregor Engels

13:00 - 13:15 Closing

Keynote

Past, Present and Future of Ambulatory Assessment Methods in Human-Computer Interaction
Panos Markopoulus, Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Abstract

The field of human-computer interaction has adopted and expanded upon diary methods and experience sampling methods for studying people in context and over sustained periods of time, and more recently ecological momentary assessment methods as developed in the health sciences. Originally ambulatory assessment methods were adopted in order to improve the ecologically validity of empirical studies in Human-Computer Interaction. Over the years, the commodification of wearable and mobile devices has lowered the threshold for combining ambulatory assessment with sensors and self-report, transforming them from a means to an end, andtopic areas such as personal inforamtics, awareness systems, and quantified self have emerged. In this talk we discuss past research efforts to develop related methodology and tools to support EMA, and the new opportunities these afford relating to replication of studies, the democratization of ambulatory assessment methods, new opportunities offered by massive app deployments and behavior change interventions. We discuss how the field is evolving, the opportunities offered and caveats that emerge for users.

Biography

Panos Markopoulos is Full Professor of Design for Behavior Change. Markopoulos is currently working on ambient intelligence, behavior change support technology, sleep quality monitoring, end-user development, interaction design and children, and wearable rehabilitation technology. His earlier research focused on user-centered design methods, connectedness-oriented communication, task modeling, formal specification of user interfaces, UML and software architectures for user interfaces. Markopoulos has co-authored a book on Evaluating Interactive Products for and with Children. He is founding editor of Elsevier's journal on Child Computer Interaction and chief editor of the journal Behavior and Information Technology by Taylor & Francis, and has worked as an editor for a wide range of journals. Panos Markopoulos received his diploma in Electrical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1989. He received a Master's degree in Computer Science from Queen Mary, University of London, UK, in 1990. He specialized in human-computer interaction (HCI) and received his PhD from the same university. After briefly working at Philips Research, he joined Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 1999 as Assistant Professor. He was appointed Associate Professor in 2006 and Full Professor in 2010. Markopoulos is also adjunct professor at the School of Software, FEIT, at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and a visiting scientist at Kemphenhaeghe Expertise Center for Expertise for Epileptology, Sleep Medicine and Neurocognition.

Invited Talk

The Potential of Human-Centered Software Engineering in Promoting a Tailored and Adapted Rehabilitation
Ilaria Bortone, Institute of Clinical Physiology, National Research Council (IFC-CNR), Pisa, Italy

Abstract

Rehabilitation is essential, along with prevention, promotion, treatment, and support, in addressing the full scope of health needs of a population, ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages. Lack of standardization of intervention and testing procedures has been one of the longstanding serious problems in rehabilitation, especially in research, but in clinical practice as well. With this evidence, the main objective of future rehabilitation methods is to tailor the therapy to the patient, based on its individual phenotypic characteristics and the evolution of treatment response. Human-Centered Design (HCD) is increasingly recognized as being a valuable contributor when addressing today's complex healthcare challenges. It is then important to address the three key characteristics of HCD and how they relate to the context of health care: understanding people, early and continuous stakeholder engagement and a systems approach. We will present and discuss the development process of an interactive system involving patients, healthcare professionals (therapists and medical doctors) and technicians (engineers, computer science experts) to be used in neuromotor rehabilitation. The system will collect, manage, analyze and visualize multi-domain biosignals from different wearable sources to provide a phenotypic characterization of the patients and suggest the best therapeutic approach.

Biography

Ilaria Bortone is a Biomedical Engineer with almost 10 years of experience with physiological data acquisition, data logging, and data analysis. Her research interests focus on the development of new methods and algorithms via human motion technology to improve diagnosis, treatment and monitoring. Currently involved in projects and protocols with the University of Bari, IRCCS "S. de Bellis" and the Institute of Clinical Physiology (CNR). Project Manager for the Innovation, Marketing & Technology (IMT) Lab of Exprivia SpA. Adjunct Professor in Biomechanics and Bioengineering at School of Medicine, University of Bari. Author and co-author of more than 50 publications in International Journals and Proceedings of Conferences (H-index: 12). Her research outcomes have been presented at many National and International conferences and seminars. She has been invited as a speaker in different courses and lectures. She has been awarded several international acknowledgements (Group Study Exchange 2013, Startcup Puglia 2016) and prizes (Ministry of Education University and Research - KISSHealth Project 2012-2015 PON04a3_00097 (PI), Regione Toscana - TELOS Project 2020-2023 CUP J52F20001040002 (coPI).

Poster Presentation

Emoti-Office, Using Emotional and Contextual Data to Improve Employees' Working Needs in the Office
Rutger Verstegen and Regina Bernhaupt

Additional Posters

Supporting Healthcare Design Choices with VR Simulations
Jonas Kamps

Designing Responsible Smart Services
Fan Li

Anticipating Dynamic Effects of the Learning Home on the Future Domestic Everyday
Emilia Viaene

Remote Interaction in Digital Twins: Towards Designing for Sustainable Control in the Smart Home and Beyond
Yaxin Zheng

Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

August 24th-26th, 2022

Important Dates

Technical full papers, late breaking results
May 23th, 2022 (NEW!)    Submission
June 13th, 2022 (NEW!)    Notification to Author
June 27th, 2022 (NEW!)    Camera-ready due

Demos, Posters
May 30, 2022    Submission
June 13, 2022    Notification to Author
June 27, 2022    Camera-ready due

Conference Dates: August 24 - 26, 2022