Draft ECCE-2019 Programme
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European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2019
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Tuesday 10 September
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8:00-9:00FoyerRegistration
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9:00-10:00BA-02-004Workshop: Rethinking Cognitive Ergonomics
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9:00-10:00BA-02-005ECCE 2019 Doctoral Consortium
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10:00-10:30Coffee & Tea
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10:30-12:30BA-02-004
Workshop: Rethinking Cognitive Ergonomics (Cont’d)
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10:30-12:30BA-02-005ECCE 2019 Doctoral Consortium (Cont’d)
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12:30-13:30Lunch
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13:30-15:00BA-02-004
Workshop: Rethinking Cognitive Ergonomics (Cont’d)
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13:30-15:00BA-02-005ECCE 2019 Doctoral Consortium (Cont’d)
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15:00-15:30Coffee & Tea
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15:30-17:00BA-02-004
Workshop: Rethinking Cognitive Ergonomics (Cont’d)
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15:30-17:00BA-02-005ECCE 2019 Doctoral Consortium (Cont’d)
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19:00-Crown barInformal meetup
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Wednesday 11 September
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8:00-9:00FoyerRegistration
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9:00BA-01-009Conference opening
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9:00-10:00BA-01-009
Keynote - Nurturing belonging in design. John McCarthy, University College Cork.
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10:00-10:30Coffee & Tea
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10:30-12:10BA-01-009Cognition & design
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10:30-11:00BA-01-009
Cognitive ergonomics for data analysis. Experimental study on cognitive limitations in a data-based judgement task. Virpi Kalakoski, Andreas Henelius, Emilia Oikarinen, Antti Ukkonen and Kai Puolamäki (41*).
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11:00-11:20BA-01-009
Design Friction: How intentionally added friction affect users level of satisfaction. Thomas Mejtoft, Sarah Hale and Ulrik Söderström (15).
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11:20-11:50BA-01-009
Towards an empirically developed scale for measuring trust. Siddharth Gulati, Sonia Sousa and David Lamas (48*).
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11:50-12:10BA-01-009
Toward emotional recognition during HCI using marker based automated video tracking. Ulrik Söderström, Songyu Li, Harry L. Claxton, Daisy C. Holmes, Thomas T. Ranji, Carlos P. Santos, Carina E.I. Westling and Harry J. Witchel (12).
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12:10-12:30BA-01-009Doctoral Consortium: 2-minute pitches
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12:30-13:30Lunch
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13:30-15:10BA-01-009Supporting creativity
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13:30-13:50BA-01-009
Category, time, and place: Structures in cross-media design and production. Mattias Arvola and Mathias Broth (18).
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13:50-14:20BA-01-009
How Time Constraints in a Creativity Support Tool Affect the Creative Writing Experience. Michael Mose Biskjaer, Jonas Frich, Lindsay MacDonald Vermeulen, Christian Remy and Peter Dalsgaard (9).
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14:20-14:40BA-01-009
Evaluating Electronic Ink Display Technology for Use in Drawing and Note Taking. Ulrik Söderström, Måns Hellgren and Thomas Mejtoft (14).
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14:40-15:10BA-01-009
Musical Elements in Sonification Support Visual Perception. Niklas Rönnberg (1*).
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15:10-15:40Coffee & Tea and Doctoral Consortium Posters
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15:40-17:30BA-01-009Applications
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15:40-16:10BA-01-009
Keeping a finger in the pie? - Exploring different collaborative interactions with autonomous vehicles. Helena Strömberg, Fredrick Ekman, Lars-Ola Bligård and Mikael Johansson (35).
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16:10-16:40BA-01-009
Narrative Structure of Museum Guided Tours: Towards Enhancing Visitors' Engagement with Digital Guides. Vassilis Papakostopoulos, Anna Vaptisma and Dimitris Nathanael (44).
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16:40-17:00BA-01-009
Smart Transcription: Understanding Telephone Calls at a Glance. Cornelius Glackin, Nazim Dugan, Nigel Cannings and Julie Wall (43).
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17:00-17:30BA-01-009
Eliciting Expert Knowledge to Inform Training Design. Natalie Clewley, Lorraine Dodd, Victoria Smy, Annamaria Witheridge and Panos Louvieris (26).
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19:00-20:00Fringe eventLecture by Sir Dermot Turing
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20:30The SunflowerUilleann pipes and pizza
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Thursday 12 September
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9:00-10:00BA-01-009
Keynote - Look at my body ... what does it tell you? Nadia Berthouze, University College London.
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10:00-10:30Coffee & Tea
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10:30-12:10BA-02-001Parallel Track: Technology
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“I Don’t Understand…” Issues in Self-Quantifying Commuting. Cecile Boulard, Stefania Castellani, Tommaso Colombino and Antonietta Grasso (6).
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10:50-11:20BA-02-001
CartRight: Maintaining Good Posture in the Presence of Adaptive Haptics. Joey Campbell and Mike Fraser (22).
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11:20-11:40BA-02-001
How Freedom is Undermined by Advanced Technology and What to Do About It. Gerlinde Weger (5).
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How does the visual aesthetics of positively-framed messages impact their motivational capacity? Lígia Duro, Teresa Romão, Evangelos Karapanos and Pedro Campos (11).
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10:30-12:10BA-02-009Parallel Track: Health
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Carrot & Stick; a comparable study of physical output generated through incentivized/de-incentivized exergames. Joey Campbell and Mike Fraser (20).
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A pilot evaluation of a persuasive mobile application aiming at changing individual's behavior during recurrent myocardial infarction. Erik Prytz, Patrik Johansson, Sofia Sederholm Lawesson, Maria Ericsson and Ingela Thylén (10).
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User Archetype Discovery By Cluster Analysis of Caller Log Data: Tenure Evolution is Stable as Time Period Reduces. Robin Turkington, Maurice Mulvenna, Raymond Bond, Siobhan O'Neill, Cherie Armour and Courtney Potts (25).
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Behaviour Analytics of Users Completing Ecological Momentary Assessments in the Form of Mental Health Scales and Mood Logs on a Smartphone App. Raymond Bond, Anne Moorhead, Maurice Mulvenna, Siobhan O'Neill, Courtney Potts and Nuala Murphy (36*).
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12:10-13:10Lunch
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13:10-15:20BA-01-009Cognition & design
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Comparisons between information and action automation on the complacency phenomenon. Eugénie Avril, Jordan Navarro, Liên Wioland and Julien Cegarra (3).
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Perception of Differences in Directed Acyclic Graphs: Influence Factors & Cognitive Strategies. Guenter Wallner, Margit Pohl, Tatiana von Landesberger and Kathrin Ballweg (2).
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14:00-14:30BA-01-009
Compliant activity accelerates all thought probe responses and inhibits deliberate mind wandering. Oluwademilade Amos-Oluwole, Benjamin Subhani, Harry Claxton, Daisy Holmes, Carina Westling and Harry Witchel (47*).
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Adapting Applied Cognitive Task Analysis to identify cognitive challenges in sea pilotage. Stella Parisi and Dimitris Nathanael (46).
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Towards Designing Mobile Applications for Distributed Cooperative Environments Based on Enhanced Task Analysis. Bertram Wortelen, Marie-Christin Harre, Noelle Rouselle and Andreas Lüdtke (42).
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15:20-15:40BA-02-004EACE AGM (open to all attendees)
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