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China Symposium on Human Computer Interaction 2010

Connecting China Human Computer Interaction with the World

2010 China Symposium on Human Computer Interaction

 

About the Symposium

The field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) has been playing a more and more important role in computing and in our society. The goal of the China Distinguished Human Computer Interaction Speaker Series and the 2010 China Human Computer Interaction Symposium is to bring together the HCI research community in China, expose community members, especially students, to some of the leading research going on both inside and outside of China, and to catalyze new research connections and exchanges between the community members. This will be accomplished by a 2-day symposium in March 2010 as well as a set of 7-10 guest lectures over the 2009-2010 academic years that will rotate among the key HCI research institutions in Beijing: Peking University, the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Software, Institute of Psychology, Microsoft Research, and Tsinghua University.

The distinguished speakers will be invited from both industry and academia, across Asia, North America, and Europe. We will focus our invitations on speakers who have already made a strong impact in the HCI research community.

Due to limited seating, it is advised to register for the March symposium in advance by contacting ACM SIGCHI CHINA CHAPTER at acm.sigchi.china.chapter@iel.iscas.ac.cn. Please send your name, company/school/organization, email address, and student status. The registration fee for the symposium will be 200 RMB (paid at the door), 100 RMB registration for CCF members, and free registration for ACM SIGCHI/SIGCHI China Members and full-time students.

The speakers and agenda for the 2010 China Symposium on Human Computer Interaction at Tsinghua University are as follows:

Chairs:

 March 15, 2010

March 16, 2010

Yuanchun SHI

Director of Institute of HCI and Media Integration,

Department of Computer Science, Tsinghua

Linmi TAO

Chair of SIGCHI China Chapter, Tsinghua University

Guoping  WANG

Director of the HCI & Multimedia Laboratory, Peking University

Chen ZHAO

Vice Chair of SIGCHI China Chapter, Microsoft Research Asia

 

 

Speakers:

Name

Title

University/Company

John CANNY

Paul and Stacy Jacobs Distinguished Professor of Engineering

UC Berkeley

Xiaobo LU

Professor & Doctoral Tutor of Academy of Arts & Design, Executive Director of Research Center of Art & Science

Tsinghua University

James LANDAY

Short-Dooley Career Development Professor

University of Washington

Guozhong DAI

Professor of HCI & Intelligence Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Software

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Mary CZERWINSKI

Research Area Manager

Microsoft Research, Redmond

Scott KLEMMER

Assistant Professor & Co-director of the Human-Computer Interaction Group

Stanford University

Hsiao-Wuen HON

Managing Director

Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing

Chia SHEN

Director of the SDR Lab, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)

Harvard University

Jun REKIMOTO

Professor

University of Tokyo & Sony CSL

Ed CHI

 

Area Manager & Principal Scientist

 

 

Palo Alto Research Center

 

 

 

 

Symposium Agenda, Tsinghua University

Venue: A301, Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. of China

March 15, 2010

Chairs

  • Prof. Yuanchun Shi; Director of Institute of HCI and Media Integration, Department of Computer Science, Tsinghua
  • Prof. Guoping Wang; Director of the HCI & Multimedia Laboratory, Peking University

8:00-9:00

Registration (200 RMB, 100 RMB CCF Members, free to students and ACM SIGCHI/SIGCHI China Members)

 

9:00-9:10

Opening

Prof. Shimin Hu (Tsinghua U.), Vice Secretary-General of Chinese Computer Federation

Prof. Shiqiang Yang  (Tsinghua U.) Co-Director of Department of Computer Science and Technology, Tsinghua University

9:10-10:10

Prof. John Canny, Paul and Stacy Jacobs Distinguished Professor of Engineering, UC Berkeley; Director of Berkeley Institute of Design Lab

 

Talk Title : People, Persuasion, Politics and IT

10:10-10:30

Break

10:30 -11:30

Dr. Ed Chi, Area Manager & Principal Scientist, Palo Alto Research Center

 

Talk Title : Augmented Social Cognition: Using Social Web technology to enhance the ability of groups to remember, think, and reason

11:30-12:30

Prof. James Landay, Short-Dooley Career Development Professor, University of Washington

 

Talk Title : Design Tools for Activity-based Ubiquitous Computing

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:00

Prof. Guozhong Dai, HCI & Intelligence Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

 

Talk Title : PGIS: A kind of Post-Wimp interface

15:00-16:00

Dr. Mary Czerwinski, Research Area Manager, Microsoft Research, Redmond

 

Talk Title : Visualization and Interaction Research at MSR: Toward a Social Perspective

16:00-16:15

Break

16:15-17:30

Panels / SIG (Special Interest Groups)

SIG 1: Human Centered Computing

Co-chairs: Prof. John Canny (UC Berkeley) & Dr. Feng Tian (Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

SIG 2: Mobile Life

Co-chairs: Prof. James Landay (UW) & Dr. Fang You (Director of digital media research center, Sun Yat-sen University)

 

 

 

March 16, 2010

Chairs

  • Prof. Linmi Tao (Tsinghua); China of SIGCHI China Chapter
  • Dr. Chen Zhao (Microsoft Research Asia); Vice Chair of SIGCHI China Chapter

9:00-10:00

Prof. Scott Klemmer, Assistant Professor & Co-director of the Human-Computer Interaction Group, Stanford University

 

Talk Title : Tools for design thinking

10:00-11:00

Dr. Hsiao-Wuen Hon, Managing Director of Microsoft Research Asia

 

Talk Title : Why HCI is Important to Me (and MSRA) – An Engineer’s Perspective

11:00 -11:15

Break

11:15-12:15

Dr. Chia Shen, Director of the SDR Lab, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), Harvard University

 

Talk Title : MultiTouch Coming of Age: Transforming the Way Science Is Experienced

12:15-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:00

Prof. Xiaobo Lu, Professor & Doctoral Tutor of Academy of Arts & Design, Executive Director of Research Center of Art & Science, Tsinghua University

 

Talk Title : The Format, Emotion, and Meaning of Interactive Design

15:00-16:00

Dr. Jun Rekimoto, Professor, University of Tokyo & Sony CSL

 

Talk Title : Cybernetic Human: From human computer interaction to human computer integration

16:00-16:15

Break

16:15-17:30

Panels / SIG (Special Interest Groups)

SIG 1: Design Thinking

Co-chairs: Prof. Scott Klemmer (Stanford) & Prof. Youn-kyung Lim (KAIST)

SIG 2: How the languages we speak shape the ways we think and why it is important for HCI

Co-chairs: Prof. Lera Boroditsky (Stanford) & Dr. Chen Zhao (Microsoft Research Asia)

17:30-18:00

Closing

Prof. Zhengjie Liu, Adjunct Chair for Developing Worlds at ACM SIGCHI; Professor at Sino-European Usability Center, Dalian Maritime University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsored By:

CCF

 ACM

 

Tsinghua University

Peking University

 

Institute of Psychology CAS