May 11th 2001   May 12th 2001   May 13th 2001
Input and Output Devices
Session Chair : Laurence Nigay
8.30 Registration



Toward Natural Gesture/Speech Control of a Large Display
Sanshzar Kettebekov & Rajeev Sharma, Pennsylvania State University 
09.10 An evaluation of two pointing devices for remote pointing
Scott MacKenzie, York University
Shaidah Jusoh, University of Victoria
Early Session



Invited Talk
 Saul Greenberg 
Supporting Casual Interaction between Intimate Collaborators
Session Chair: Nick Graham

09.50 Does Multi-Modal Feedback Help in Everyday Computing Tasks?
Carolyn MacGregor & Alice Thomas, Dept of Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo

Invited Talk
 Jef Raskin 
Turning the art of interface design to engineering

Session Chair: Rick Kazman 

Coffee Break 10.00   10.20   10.00  
  Mobile Interaction
Session Chair : Len Bass
  Software Engineering Methods
Session Chair: Philippe Palanque
  User Interface Evaluation
Session Chair: Phil Gray
10.30 Information Sharing with Handheld Appliances
Jörg Roth, University of Hagen
10.50 Towards a UML for Interactive Systems
Fabio Paternò, CNUCE-C.N.R.
10.30 Consistency in Augmented Reality Systems
Emmanuel Dubois, CLIPS - IIHM, TIMC - GMCAO
Laurence Nigay, CLIPS - IIHM
Jocelyne Troccaz, TIMC - GMCAO
Morning Session 11.10 Dynamic Links for Mobile Connected Context Aware Systems
Philip Gray & Meurig Sage, University of Glasgow
11.30 An Interdisciplinary Approach for Successfully Integrating Human-Centered Design Methods Into Development Processes Practiced by Industrial software Development Organizations
Eduard Metzker & Michael Offergeld, DaimlerChrysler Research&Technology Center, Ulm, Germany
11.10 Heuristic Evaluation of Groupware Based on the Mechanics of Collaboration
Kevin Baker, Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary, Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan
11.50 Mobile Collaborative Augmented Reality
Philippe Renevier & Laurence Nigay, CLIPS-IMAG
12.10 From Usage Scenarios to Widget Classes
Hermann Kaindl & Rudolf Jezek, Siemens AG Austria
11.50 An Organizational Learning Method for Applying Usability Guidelines and Patterns
Scott Henninger, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
12.30 Evaluating Software Architectures for Usability
Len Bass & Bonnie John, Carnegie Mellon University
Lunch 12.30   12.50   12.30  
  Formal Methods
Session Chair: Chris Roast
User Interface Plasticity
Session Chair: Stéphane Chatty
Session Chair: Morten Borup Harning
14.00 Interactive System Safety and Usability enforced by development process
Francis Jambon, ENSMA
Patrick Girard, ENSMA
Yamine Ait Ameur, SUPAERO
14.00 Pervasive Application Development and the WYSIWYG Pitfall
Lawrence Bergman, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Tatiana Kichkaylo, New York University
Guruduth Banavar & Jeremy Sussman, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
14.00 Exploring new uses of video with videoSpace
Nicolas Roussel, IIUF, Universite de Fribourg
After lunch 
14.40 Detecting multiple classes of user error
Paul Curzon & Ann Blandford, Middlesex University
14.40 A Unifying Reference Framework for the Development
gaelle calvary, joelle coutaz & david thevenin, clips-imag
14.40 Prototyping pre-implementation designs of virtual environment behaviour
James Willans & Michael Harrison, University of York, England
15.20 Integrating the Operator into Formal Models in the Air-Traffic Control Domain
David Leadbetter, Peter Lindsay, Andrew Neil & Mike Humphreys, University of Queensland
15.20 Unconstrained vs. Constrained 3D Scene Manipulation Tim Salzman, Szymon Stachniak &
Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, York University
15.20 QTk: An Integrated Model-Based Approach to Designing Executable User Interfaces
Donatien Grolaux, Peter Van Roy & Jean Vanderdonckt, Université catholique de Louvain
Coffee Break 15.40   16.00   15.40  
  Context Sensitive Interaction
Session Chair: Claus Unger
  3D User Interfaces
Session Chair: Rémi Bastide
16.10 Modelling and Using Sensed Context Information in the Design of Interactive Applications
Philip Gray, University of Glasgow
Daniel Salber, IBM TJ Watson Research Center

Invited Talk
 David Garlan 
Distraction-free Ubiquitous Computing

Session Chair : Joëlle Coutaz

16.10 Building User-Controlled 3D Models and Animations for Inherently-3D Construction Tasks: Which Tool, Which Representation?
Guy Zimmerman, Julie Barnes & Laura Leventhal, Bowling Green State University
Afternoon Session 16.50 Delivering Adaptive Web Content Based on Client Computing Resources
Andrew Choi & Hanan Lutfiyya, The University of Western Ontario

Closing Session 

Rick Kazman, Nick Graham and Phi Palanque

17.30 How Cultural Needs Affect User Interface Design?
Minna Makarainen,  Johanna Tiitola & Katja Konkka, Nokia Mobile Phones
17.00 End of the Conference




End of the day 17.50   17.30    
Social Events 19.30 Dinner 19.30 Social Dinner and visit  
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