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HciHumanMovement 2019 : Workshop HCI Challenges in Human Movement Analysis @Interact_2019

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Link: http://hcihumanmovemenr.org
 
When Sep 2, 2019 - Sep 2, 2019
Where Paphos, Cyprus
Submission Deadline Jun 1, 2019
Notification Due Jun 17, 2019
Categories    HCI   biomechanics   movement computing   activity recognition
 

Call For Papers

*** CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ***

Workshop on HCI Challenges in Human Movement Analysis
http://hcihumanmovement.org
2nd Sept 2019 - Paphos, Cyprus
INTERACT 2019 - 17th IFIP TC13 Int Conf on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

OVERVIEW
Assessing human bodies’ postures and positions enables to design new interaction techniques, to understand users’ performances and to evaluate ergonomics of devices. In addition to the applications for improving Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), human movement analysis is at the heart of other types of usages including sports, rehabilitation, gesture recognition, etc.
This workshop aims at providing a platform for researchers and designers to discuss the challenges related to the *processing* (e.g., data collection, treatment, interpretation, recognition) of *human movement* (e.g., motor skills, amplitude of movements, limitations, displacements…).


CONTRIBUTIONS
Participants are invited to submit position papers presenting applications, case studies, design or evaluation methods outlining the following aspects:
- Which technologies or input device(s) are used?
- What body part(s) are captured and how?
- Which data?
- Which processing?
- Which outputs for which goals/tasks?
- What are the original aspects and open challenges?

POSITION PAPERS
Up to 2 pages, excluding references (self-referencing welcome).
No specific format is required at this stage.
At least one author must attend the workshop.
All participants must register for the workshop and at least one day of the conference.

DATES
June 1st: Submission deadline (2nd call)
June 17th: Notification of acceptance
September 2nd: One-day workshop
September 2nd- 6th: Main conference Interact 2019

EXPECTED OUTCOMES
Accepted papers will be published in the adjunct conference proceedings (Springer) and available at the workshop website. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for a book proposal.

MORE INFORMATION
Website: hcihumanmovement.org
Submissions and enquiries: papers@hcihumanmovement.org

ORGANISERS
Lilian Genaro Motti Ader - CeADAR, University College Dublin
Benoît Bossavit - KDEG Group, Trinity College Dublin
Brian Caulfield - Insight Centre, University College Dublin
Mathieu Raynal - ELIPSE Team, IRIT Lab, University of Toulouse
Karine Lan Hing Ting - ActivAgeing, University of Technology of Troyes
Jean Vanderdonckt - Louvain Interaction Lab, Louvain School of Management
Nadine Vigouroux - ELIPSE Team, IRIT Lab, University of Toulouse


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