Program at glance

Time Monday, September 3rd Tuesday, September 4th Wednesday, September 5th
9h Session 2: Usability evaluation and UI testing Session 4: Model-based and model-driven approaches
10h30 Registration Coffee Break Coffee Break
11h Openning and Invited Keynote Session 3: HCI education and training Session 5: Tools and tool-support
Lunch Lunch Lunch
13h30 Session 1: Task modelling and Task-based approaches Interactive Session Closing
15h Coffee Break Coffee Break
15h30 Poster and demo Session IFIP WG 13.2 meeting
17h30 Welcome reception at the Royal Beach Antibes Conference dinner at the Hotel Negresco, Nice, organized bus departing from SophiaTech Campus

 

Detailed programme


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Monday, September 3rd

Time Session title Session chair
10h30 Registration
11h Openning session
11h10 Invited keynote: Functionality, Security, Usability – pick 2? A passionate argument against false tradeoffs by Prof. Dr. Angela Sasse, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Professor-Angela-Sasse

Summary: Developers today face an increasing demands – the software must not only be delivered on time and deliver innovative functionality, but be secure and usable. Delivering the latter two requires specialist knowledge many developers do not have. And the guidelines and tools produced by experts in these disciplines often do fit with current develop practices, and occasionally contradict each other. Even worse, many researchers who claim to offer ‘usable security’ produce guidance that contradicts fundamental principles of human-centred software engineering – for instance, when users are unable to achieve primary their goals because of security measures. The talk will summarise recent research on we can support developers in developing products that adhere to human-centred principles, and are secure and usable.

Short bio: Prof. HDR. Dr. M. Angela Sasse FREng is a usability researcher by training, she started investigating the causes and effects of usability issues with security mechanisms in 1996. In addition to studying specific mechanisms such as passwords, biometrics, and access control, her research group has developed human-centred frameworks that explain the role of security, privacy, identity and trust in human interactions with technology. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2015, and she was formerly Director of the multidisciplinary UK Research Institute for Science of Cyber Security (RISCS) until recently when she was appointed as full professor at the Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.

Marco Winckler, University Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
12h30 Lunch
13h30 Session 1 : Task modelling and Task-based approaches. Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir, Reykjavik University, Iceland
13h30
full paper
Enriching Task Models with Usability and User Experience Evaluation Data. Regina Bernhaupt, Philippe Palanque, Dimitri Drouet and Célia Martinie
14h
full paper
Rationalizing the Need of Architecture-Driven Testing of Interactive Systems. Alexandre Canny, Elodie Bouzekri, Célia Martinie and Philippe Palanque
14h30
LBR
Adding Measures in Task Models for Usability Inspection of Cloud Access Control Services. Bilal Naqvi, Ahmed Seffah and Christina Braz
14h45 Announcements for the demo session
15h Coffee Break
15h30 Poster and demo session, Chair: Philippe Renevier, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Intuitive User-Centered Interaction Design for ATV. Stuart Chapman, Thomas Kirks and Jana Jost

Trade-off between System Effectiveness and Context Constraints in the Design of an IoT System Giving Access to Health Care in African Rural Villages. Joseph Aneke, Carmelo Ardito, Danilo Caivano, Lucio Colizzi and Loredana Verardi

Early incremental user testing design approach validation for satellite command center’s application. Jonathan Tolle

Integrating HCD into BizDevOps by Using the
Subject-Oriented Approach.
Peter Forbrig and Anke Dittmar

Graphical User Interface Redefinition Addressing Users’ Diversity. José Luís Silva and João Carlos Silva

Software Support for Coherent Prototyping of 3D Gesture Interactions. Dominik Rupprecht, Rainer Blum, Birgit Bomsdorf

eazly : A WYSIWYG editor for e-Services. Cyril Chene, Nicolas Ducoin, Jean-Luc Hak, Abdennacer Khadhri, Olivier Nicolas, Ali Saguer, Monia Rezhui

17h30 Welcome reception at the Royal Beach Antibes, (plage privé), 16 Boulevard Maréchal Leclerc, Antibes, www.hotelroyal-antibes.com/royal-beach-plage-privee

Tuesday, September 4th

Time Session title Session chair
9h Session 2 : Usability evaluation and UI testing Kati Kuusinen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
9h
full paper
Absolute Indirect Touch Interaction: Impact of Haptic Marks and Animated Visual Feedback on Usability and User Experience. Regina Bernhaupt, Dimitri Drouet and Michael Pirker
9h30
full paper
User Evaluations of Virtually Experiencing Mount Everest. Marta Larusdottir, David Thue and Hannes Högni Vilhjalmsson
10h
LBR
Factors Affecting the Choice of Usability Evaluation Methods for Interactive Adaptive Systems. Amira Dhouib, Ahlem Assila, Abdelwaheb Trabelsi, Christophe Kolski and Mahmoud Neji
10h15
LBR
Towards a Model to Address the Interplay between IoT Applications and Users in Complex Heterogeneous Contexts. Carmelo Ardito, Danilo Caivano, Lucio Colizzi and Loredana Verardi
10h30 Coffee Break
11h Session 3 : HCI education and training Jan Van den Bergh, Hasselt University, Belgium
11h
full paper
Get Realistic! – UCD Course Design and Evaluation. Marta Kristin Larusdottir, Virpi Roto, Jan Stage and Andres Lucero
11h30
full paper
Helping Teams to Help Themselves: An Industrial Case Study on Interdependencies During Sprints. Jil Klünder, Fabian Kortum, Thorsten Ziehm and Kurt Schneider
12h00
LBR
From Startup to Scaleup: An Interview Study of the Development of User Experience Work in a Data-Intensive Company. Kati Kuusinen, Martin Kjølbye Sørensen, Nicklas Mandrup Frederiksen, Niclas Kildahl Laugesen and Søren Holm Juul
12h15
LBR
Participatory ideation for gamification: Bringing the user at the heart of the gamification design process. Thomas Vilarinho, Babak A. Farshchian, Jacqueline Floch and Ole Gunhildsberg Hansen
12h30 Lunch
13h30 Interactive Session Regina Bernhaupt, Industrial Design Department, TU/e, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
15h Coffee break
15h30 IFIP WG 13.2 meeting
15h30 Open meeting for all HCSE participants
16h Business meeting (for IFIP WG13.2 members)
17h30 Conference dinner at the Hotel Negresco, 37 Prom. des Anglais, Nice. IMPORTANT: Bus departing from SophiaTech Campus at 17h30. Diner at 19h30.

Wednesday, September 5th

Time Session title Session chair
9h Session 4 : Model-based and model-driven approaches Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany
9h
full paper
A Method for Optimizing Complex Graphical Interfaces for Fast and Correct Perception of System States. Marie-Christin Harre, Sebastian Feuerstack and Bertram Wortelen
9h30
full paper
Data-driven Usability Test Scenario Creation. Maikel van Eck, Else Markslag, Natalia Sidorova, Angelique Brosens-Kessels and Wil van der Aalst
10h
full paper
MIODMIT: A Generic Architecture for Dynamic Multimodal Interactive Systems. Martin Cronel, Bruno Dumas, Philippe Palanque and Alexandre Canny
10h30 Coffee Break
11h Session 5 : Tools and tool-support Philippe Palanque, ICS-IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier – Toulouse III, France
11h
full paper
Usability Evaluation of Model-Driven Cross-Device Web User Interfaces. Enes Yigitbas, Anthony Anjorin, Ivan Jovanovikj, Thomas Kern, Stefan Sauer and Gregor Engels
11h30
full paper
A Visual Tool for Analysing IoT Trigger/Action Programming . Luca Corcella, Marco Manca, Fabio Paterno and Carmen Santoro
12h
LBR
Software Support for Coherent Prototyping of 3D Gesture Interactions. Dominik Rupprecht, Rainer Blum and Birgit Bomsdorf
12h15
LBR
Towards Tool-Support for Robot-Assisted Product Creation in Fab Labs. Jan Van den Bergh, Bram van Deurzen, Tom Veuskens, Raf Ramakers and Kris Luyten
12h30 Closing Marco Winckler, University Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
12h45 Lunch