We are pleased to announce that the HCI SI 2022 Proceedings are now available online.
On Tuesday, November 29th 2022, the 7th HCI-SI conference was held at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The program covered many interesting topics in the field oh HCI, from in-vehicle human-machine interaction in (semi)automated vehicles, analysis of human physiological and psychological responses during various tasks, exposure to various multimedia content, the use of machine learning for the analysis and modeling of human behavior to user interfaces and applications based on virtual and augmented reality. It also featured a presentation on the EU H2020 HADRIAN project, numerous insights from the project results and two keynotes from its partners, dr. Paolo Pretto and dr. Alexander Mirnig.
We hope to see you again in 2023!
The detailed program and information about the venue are available here!
The conference will be held in-person. Although, as some authors experienced difficulties with their travelling arrangements for Ljubljana, the Program Committee decided to enable them to present their work online.
See you soon!
|8:30 – 9:00||Registration|
|9:00 – 9:15||Conference Opening|
|9:15 – 10:15||Opening Keynote: Alexander Mirnig|
|10:15 – 10:30||Coffee break|
|10:30 – 12:00||Paper Session 1|
|12:00 – 13:30||Lunch break|
|13:30 – 15:00||Paper Session 2|
|15:00 – 15:15||Coffee break|
|15:15 – 16:15||Closing Keynote: Paolo Pretto|
|16:15 – 16:30||Conference Closing|
Due to multiple author requests, the deadline for paper and work in progress submission has been extended to 8 November 2022.
Which is still soon, so hurry up!
More info available here.
- Dr. Paolo Pretto, Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Graz, Austria
Fluid and Cooperative HMI for Vehicle – Pedestrian Interactions
- Dr. Alexander Miring, Paris Lodron University Salzburg, Austria
What’s the Matter with Vehicle Automation Ethics?
…or: What Really Matters in Vehicle Automation Ethics
|09:45||10:00||Avla Galeb||Welcome by the Chairs|
|10:00||11:00||Avla Galeb||SESSION 1: Opening Keynote (Chair: Matjaž Kljun)|
|10:00||11:00||Keynote: Gregor Geršak|
|11:00||11:30||Avla Galeb||POSTER/COFFEE BREAK|
|11:30||12:30||Avla Galeb||SESSION 2: Papers (Chair: Veljko Pejović)|
|11:30||11:45||Elham Motamedi and Marko Tkalcic. Prediction of Eudaimonic and Hedonic Movie Characteristics From Subtitles|
|11:45||12:00||Mateja Jovanović, Vida Groznik and Marko Tkalčič. Predicting the Gullibility of Users from their Online Behaviour.|
|12:00||12:15||Patrik Kocjančič, Kljun Matjaž and Klen Čopič Pucihar. Primerjava vnosa besedila v virtualnem okolju na različnih postavitvah tipkovnice (Comparison of text entry on dierent keyboard layouts in virtual reality)|
|12:15||12:30||Maheshya Weerasinghe, Klen Čopič Pucihar and Matjaž Kljun. Playing with the Artworks: A personalised artwork experience|
|14:30||15:30||Avla Galeb||SESSION 3: Papers (Chair: Klen Čopič Pucihar)|
|14:30||14:45||Anže Kristan, Daniel Pellarini and Veljko Pejović. Not Deep Enough: Autoencoders for Automatic Feature Extraction in Wireless Cognitive Load Inference|
|14:45||15:00||Andraž Krašovec and Veljko Pejovic. Investigating Sensor Modality Informativeness and Stability for Behavioural Authentication|
|15:00||15:15||Sead Hrustanović, Branko Kavšek and Marko Tkalčič. Recognition of eudaemonic and hedonic qualities from song lyrics|
|15:15||15:30||Jose Maria Iii Santiago, Giselle Nodalo, Jolene Valenzuela and Jordan Aiko Deja. Explore, Edit, Guess: Understanding Novice Programmers’ Use of CodeBlocks for Regression Experiments|
|15:30||16:00||Avla Galeb||POSTER/COFFEE BREAK|
|16:00||17:00||VP2||SESSION 4: Closing Keynote (Chair: Marko Tkalčič)|
|16:00||17:00||Keynote: Peter Knees|
Peter Knees is Associate Professor at the Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics. He is an active member of the Music Information Retrieval research community, reaching out to the related fields of multimedia and text information retrieval, recommender systems, and the digital arts. His research activities center on music search engines and interfaces as well as music recommender systems, and more recently, on smart(er) tools for music creation. He co-authored the book “Music Similarity and Retrieval: An Introduction” and is a contributor of the Digital Humanism initiative.
Gregor Geršak received the Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. His research interests include the theory of measurements, precision measurement of magnetic flux density, and pressure and thermometry. His focus is on metrology of biomedical instrumentation with emphasis on devices for non-invasive blood pressure measurement and psychophysiological measurements.
Due to you-know-what, the conference will happen online. It is open to the public, if you are interested, you are welcome to join us. Check out the schedule to get an idea of the topics covered.
Register here to get info on how to access the conference on Wednesday the 7th of October: https://forms.gle/rpi1Ua2bfcKfTHbQ8