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Re-energising British HCI

(by Shaun) So British HCI 2015 has come and gone. We had 250 people from 20 countries come and visit us and contribute to the workshops, the doctoral networking event, the hack, the paper sessions, keynotes, panels, the town hall meeting, the unconference in the student union, the EPSRC/ESRC lunch, the ...

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Ben’s CHI and DiGRA Reflection – Part 2

Following on from my post last week about CHI 2015 in Seoul, in this post I reflect on the Conference of the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA), which I attended last month in Lüneburg, Germany. As mentioned, the two conferences vastly differ in scale - CHI is a spectacle, ...

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Gearing up for British HCI

Posted by Shaun. So it’s been quite a long and winding road to get here but it’s almost time for British HCI 2015. The lead up to conference has been – shall we say – somewhat controversial in many ways and I’ve learnt a lot. We’re very proud of the ...

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Ben’s CHI & DiGRA Reflection – Part 1

A Spring of contrasts for me this year, as I was fortunate to be able to attend both the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI), and the Conference of the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) within a few weeks ...

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CHI 2015 success!!

Posted by Conor We've just heard the results of the peer review process for ACM SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). It has been a successful year for LiSC - we have had 4 full papers accepted, as well as 1 workshop. There shall, no doubt, be ...

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Jamie’s Reflection on CHI 2014

This year was my first opportunity to attend CHI (and visit Canada), so I was rather pleased when my work-in-progress paper/poster was accepted to the conference. The overall experience of the conference (apart from the delayed flight on the way home) was great. I spent most of the conference in ...

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Ben’s CHI2014 Reflection

Toronto is an odd city - a motorway built over a construction site built over a shopping mall built over a convention centre built over a car park. A Fortressian metropolis- as you navigate the sprawling undercity you rarely see sunlight, and the city goes to great lengths to ...

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Boats, beer, bikes, and HCI

Last week I was over in The Hague at the very polished and entertaining CHISparks14 conference presenting a full paper on our student energy research. Our paper, Experience Centered Design of Energy Interventions for Shared Student Accommodation,  was a qualitative piece of research that aimed to understand the perceptions ...

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Playing for Change – AHRC Network event in Manchester

Conor and I attended the "Playing for Change" event in Manchester this week, which was not a buskers' convention but the kick-off workshop for the AHRC-funded Games and Social Change Network, hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University's Research Institute for Health and Social Change. This is a sister ...

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CSCW 2014 in Baltimore

I just got back from CSCW2014 in Baltimore where I presented the interactive poster for our extended abstract Understanding in-situ social media use at music festivals which was a joint piece of work between researchers Sue Jamison-Powell (now back with LiSC!) ...

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Call for papers: CHI2014 workshop on “Alternate Endings: Using Fiction to Explore Design Futures”

https://lisc.lincoln.ac.uk/designfiction/ Inspired by recent high profile discussions of the productive relationship between fiction and design, this challenging, interactive and playful workshop will explore design fiction as a means for engaging HCI researchers and practitioners in critical reflection on the potentially complex long-term consequences of their work. Attendees will work collaboratively ...

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Post-ACE 2013 de-briefing

Myself (Conor) and Ben recently attended the 10th International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology, which was organized by the University of Twente in the Netherlands. ACE is a uniquely inspiring conference, focusing on exploring the potential for computing technology to support fun experiences.  From the conference website:   ACE ...

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Social Computing and Its Applications (SCA 2013), Karlsruhe.

I (Shaun) spent a hugely entertaining last week or so in Karlsruhe, in Germany, attending SCA 2013 (Social Computing and its Applications) where I was General Chair as well as attending (and giving a keynote - wearing a suit and everything) the associated industry-led Service Summit and visiting colleagues at ...

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Three full papers accepted to ACE 2013

We are delighted to have three full papers accepted to ACE 2013 - representing a 100% acceptance rate B-)   The papers report on a diverse and challenging set of research projects and we are delighted that we will get to present them at the worlds leading conference on entertainment ...

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LiSC in the cloud

Last week I attended a Cloud Computing event themed on the use of Microsoft’s Azure platform in education. The words ‘Microsoft and Cloud’ when used together probably stir up negative closed platform sentiment and ‘oh no it’s .NET’, but this is a misconception. Of course you can run Microsoft’s ...

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