INTERACT 2017 Mumbai, the 16th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. September 25-29, 2017 in Mumbai, India. © IFIP INTERACT (Document generated on: Dec 18, 2017 02:25PM)

Program & Schedule

The INTERACT 2017 Conference is a five-day event consisting of a two-day pre-conference (Sep 25-26) that includes Workshops, Field Trips, and Doctoral Consortium; and a three-day main technical program (Sep 27-29) including Keynotes & Talks, Courses, Papers (Full & Short), Demos, Posters, Panels, Case Studies, Industry Tracks, and the consorita (Student Research and Student Design), etc.

The Conference will be held in the IIT Bombay campus on all the five days. Delegates can find some Guidelines about the conference here.

Download a PDF version of the program (Current version: v11, last updated: Sep 28, 2017 0012hrs)
Monday, September 25
Agenda

8AM

Registration Opens

8.30AM

Workshops (WS1, 4, 10, 11), Field Trips (FT1, 3, 4, 9)

11AM

Tea

11.30AM

Workshops / Field Trips / Student Design Consortium

12.50PM

Lunch

2PM

Workshops / Field Trips

3.20PM

Tea

3.50 - 5.10PM

Workshops / Field Trips

6PM - 8PM

Tuesday, September 26
Agenda

8AM

Registration Opens

8.30AM

Workshops (WS6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14), Field Trips (FT1, 4, 5, 9, 10), Doctoral Consortium, Asian HCI Symposium (WS12)

11AM

Tea

11.30AM

Workshops / Field Trips / Doctoral Consortium / Asian HCI Symposium

12.50PM

Lunch

2PM

Workshops / Field Trips / Doctoral Consortium / Asian HCI Symposium

3.20PM

Tea

3.50PM

Workshops / Field Trips / Doctoral Consortium / Asian HCI Symposium

5.10PM

Close

Wednesday, September 27
Agenda
Venue 1
Venue 2
Venue 3
Venue 4
Venue 5
Venue 6

07.30AM

Registration Opens

10.30AM

Tea
Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
Venue: Ground and First Floor

11AM

Session 1
1a: Human perception, cognition and behaviour
1b: UX adoption in the organizations
1c: Personalisation and visualisation

12.20PM

Lunch
Venue: VMCC Terrace, Second Floor

1.30PM

Session 2
2a: Methods and tools for user interface evaluation
2b: Interaction at the workplace
2c: Co-design studies
2e: Case studies of mobile applications and interaction in the move

4.00PM

Tea
Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
Venue: Ground and First Floor

4.30PM

Session 3
3a: Virtual Reality and feeling of immersion
3b: Security and trust
3e: Industry Presentations I

5.50PM

Close

6.30PM

Dandia Night
Venue: Ground and First Floor
Thursday, September 28
Agenda
Venue 1
Venue 2
Venue 3
Venue 4
Venue 5

07.30AM

Registration Opens

9.40AM

Session 4
4a: Audience engagement
4b: Mediated communication in eHealth
4c: Social media and design innovation
4e: Industry Presentations II

11.00AM

Tea
Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
Venue: Ground and First Floor

11.30AM

Session 5
5a: Information on demand, on the move, and gesture interaction
5b: Assistive technology for blind users
5c: New interaction techniques
5e: Industry Presentations III

12.50PM

Lunch
Venue: VMCC Terrace, Second Floor

2.00PM

Session 6
6a: Games
6b: Persuasive technology and rehabilitation
6e: Case studies of interaction in meeting places and in classrooms

3.20PM

Tea
Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
Venue: Ground and First Floor

3.50PM

Invited Talk 3

5.00PM

Close

5.10-6.10PM

Campus Walk (IIT Bombay Campus)
Venue: Report at Registration Desk

5.10-6.10PM

Adobe Sponsor Tutorial
Venue: Lecture Hall 21

5.30PM

HCIPAI Member Meet
Venue: Lecture Hall 22
Friday, September 29
Agenda
Venue 1
Venue 2
Venue 3
Venue 4
Venue 5

07.30AM

Registration Opens

8.30AM

Invited Talk 4

9.40AM

Session 7
7a: Multitouch interaction
7b: Aging and disabilities
7c: Digital inclusion
7e: Industry Presentations IV

11.00AM

Tea

11.30AM

Session 8
8a: Pointing and target selection
8b: Interaction with children
8c: Cultural differences and communication technology
8e: Industry Presentations V
8f: Field Trips Summary

12.50PM

Lunch

2.00PM

Session 9
9a: Adaptive design and mobile applications
9b: Design rationale and camera-control
9e: Case studies of HCI in organizations
9f: Workshops Summary

3.20PM

Tea

5.20PM

Close

The program is subject to multiple changes without prior notice.

Program Details

Monday, September 25

Workshops

Field Trips

Student Design Consortium

Venue: Lecture Hall 33

Tuesday, September 26

Workshops

Field Trips

Session 1 / Wednesday, September 27 / 11 AM

Session 1a: Human perception, cognition and behaviour

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Rosa Arriaga

Session 1b: UX adoption in the organizations

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Atul Manohar

Session 1c: Personalisation and visualisation

Venue: Lecture Hall 23 Session Chair: R Venkatesh

Session 1d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 1e: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 32

Session 2 / Wednesday, September 27 / 1.30 PM

Session 2a: Methods and tools for user interface evaluation

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Girish Dalvi

Session 2b: Interaction at the workplace

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Torkil Clemmensen

Session 2c: Co-design studies

Venue: Lecture Hall 23 Session Chair: Jacki O'Neill

Session 2d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 2e: Case studies of mobile applications and interaction in the move

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Ravi Poovaiah

Session 2f: Student Research Consortium (1/2)

Venue: Lecture Hall 33 Session Chair: Naveen Bagalkot, Janet Wesson
  1. Disambiguation Keyboard for Blind
    Neel Koradia and Simran Pandey
  2. Evaluation of Thumb-Movement Alternacy for Two-Thumb Input in Marathi Soft Keyboard Layouts
    Santanu Dutta, Nimish Maravi, and Bhakti Bhikne
  3. How useful is 360-degree view for Cognitive Mapping?
    Ambika Shahu
  4. Probabilistic Modeling of Swarachakra Keyboard for Improved Touch Accuracy
    Nikhil Wani, Adarsh Patodi, and Sumit Singh Yadav

Session 3 / Wednesday, September 27 / 4.30 PM

Session 3a: Virtual Reality and feeling of immersion

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Jayesh Pillai

Session 3b: Security and trust

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Gerhard Weber

Session 3c: Panels

Venue: Lecture Hall 23

Panel 1: Different shades of user involvement: participatory design, co-design, user centered design

Panelists:

Session 3d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 3e: Industry Presentations I

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Fernando Loizides

Session 3f: Student Research Consortium (2/2)

Venue: Lecture Hall 33 Session Chair: Naveen Bagalkot, Janet Wesson
  1. Three Sixty Degree Vision Interfaces : Evaluation of Performance and Eye Movements
    Aniruddh Ravipati and Ambika Shahu
  2. Unifying E-Commerce and Markerless Mobile Augmented Reality Using Real-time Face Tracking and Head Pose Estimation
    Anuradha Welivita, Nanduni Nimalsiri, Ruchiranga Wickramasinghe, and Upekka Pathirana
  3. Use of ICT for behavioral change in dietary habits
    Ashish Jain, Priyanka Arora, and Umang Luhadia

Session 4 / Thursday, September 28 / 9.40 AM

Session 4a: Audience engagement

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Keyur Sorathia

Session 4b: Mediated communication in eHealth

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Janet Wesson

Session 4c: Social media and design innovation

Venue: Lecture Hall 23 Session Chair: Naveed Ahmed

Session 4d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 4e: Industry Presentations II

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Ishneet Grover

Session 5 / Thursday, September 28 / 11.30 AM

Session 5a: Information on demand, on the move, and gesture interaction

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Yoshifumi Kitamura

Session 5b: Assistive technology for blind users

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Prachi Sakhardande

Session 5c: New interaction techniques

Venue: Lecture Hall 23 Session Chair: Peter Dannenmann

Session 5d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 5e: Industry Presentations III

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: José Abdelnour Nocera

Session 6 / Thursday, September 28 / 2 PM

Session 6a: Games

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Marco Winckler

Session 6b: Persuasive technology and rehabilitation

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Sayan Sarkar

Session 6c: Panels

Venue: Lecture Hall 23

Panel 2: Novel Interfaces and Future Applications

Panelists:

Session 6d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 6e: Case studies of interaction in meeting places and in classrooms

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Junaid A.

Session 7 / Friday, September 29 / 9.40 AM

Session 7a: Multitouch interaction

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Panayiotis Zaphiris

Session 7b: Aging and disabilities

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Helen Petrie

Session 7c: Digital inclusion

Venue: Lecture Hall 23 Session Chair: Indrani Medhi Thies

Session 7d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 7e: Industry Presentations IV

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Rohit Ashok Khot

Session 7f: Pitney Bowes Design Challenge - Final Presentations

Venue: - Lecture Hall 33

Session 8 / Friday, September 29 / 11.30 AM

Session 8a: Pointing and target selection

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Nikolaos Avouris

Session 8b: Interaction with children

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Rama Vennelakanti

Session 8c: Cultural differences and communication technology

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Gerrit van der Veer

Session 8d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 8e: Industry Presentations V

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Naveen Bagalkot

Session 8f: Field Trips Summary

Venue: Lecture Hall 33 Session Chair: Debjani Roy

Session 9 / Friday, September 29 / 2 PM

Session 9a: Adaptive design and mobile applications

Venue: Lecture Hall 21 Session Chair: Takahiro Miura

Session 9b: Design rationale and camera-control

Venue: Lecture Hall 22 Session Chair: Geraldine Fitzpatrick

Session 9c: Panels

Venue: Lecture Hall 23

Panel 3: Interactive Panel: Designing with Culture in Mind

Panelists:

Session 9d: Course

Venue: Lecture Hall 31

Session 9e: Case studies of HCI in organizations

Venue: Lecture Hall 32 Session Chair: Sachin Patil

Session 9f: Workshops Summary

Venue: Lecture Hall 33 Session Chair: Torkil Clemmensen, Venkatesh Rajamanickam