HCI International 2011

9-14 July 2011, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA

Tutorials Program

Saturday, 9 July 2011
Tutorial Duration Time Room

Enhancing reliability and efficiency of computer based tasks
Gregory Bedny, Waldemar Karwovsky, Inna Bedny

Note: Withdrawn by the authors

Half-day 09:00-12:30  – 
T02 Cognitive Crash Dummies: Predicting Performance from Early Prototypes
Bonnie E. John
Half-day 09:00-12:30 Orange
T03 Overview of Human Information Processing for Human-Computer Interaction
Kim-Phuong Vu, Robert Proctor
Half-day 09:00-12:30 Palm Beach
T04 Cognitive Neuroscience for the HCI Practitioner
Chris Forsythe
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Nassau
T05 Cost-effective User-Centered Design based on ISO 9241-210
Nigel Bevan
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Orange
T06 Extreme Cognition in Human Computer Interaction – Foundations & Applications
G. Susanne Bahr
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Palm Beach


Sunday, 10 July 2011
Tutorial Duration Time Room
T07 Designing Interaction for Ambient Intelligence Environments
Norbert Streitz
Full-day 09:00-17:30 Nassau
T08 Cross-Cultural HCI / User-Experience Development
Aaron Marcus
Full-day 09:00-17:30 Orange
T09 Multimodal Information - Collection and Analysis of Interactive Data
Kristiina Jokinen
Full-day 09:00-17:30 Hamilton
T10 Gaze Metrics in Adaptive Systems
Kelly Hale
Half-day 09:00-12:30 Taylor
T11 Assessing Usability Capability using ISO Standards
Nigel Bevan
Half-day 09:00-12:30 Union
T12 Practical Statistical Methods for User Research
James Lewis, Jeff Sauro
Half-day 09:00-12:30 Palm Beach
T13 Designing with the Mind in Mind: The Psychological Basis for UI Design Rules
Jeff Johnson
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Palm Beach
T14 Applying Cognitive Compatibility Principles to the Design of Computer Interfaces
Robert Proctor, Kim-Phuong Vu
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Taylor
T15 Designing for Persuasion and Engagement
Susan Weinschenk
Half-day 14:00-17:30 Union


Monday, 11 July 2011
Tutorial Duration Time Room
T16 Mobile HCI / User-Experience Development
Aaron Marcus
Full-day 08:30-17:00 Orange
T17 Introduction to Social Network Analysis
Panayiotis Zaphiris, Chee Siang Ang
Full-day 08:30-17:00 Nassau
T18 Brain-Computer Interface
Günter Edlinger, Christoph Guger
Half-day 08:30-12:00 Palm Beach
T19 Practical Speech User Interface Design for Interactive Voice Response Applications
James Lewis
Half-day 08:30-12:00 Taylor
T20 How to Select the Most Appropriate Methods for User Centered Design
Nigel Bevan
Half-day 08:30-12:00 Union
T21 Raising Cultural Awareness in HCI Design
Astrid Beck, Kerstin Röse, Rüdiger Heimgärtner
Half-day 13:30-17:00 Palm Beach
T22 Interactive Business Process Development – The Stakeholder Approach
Albert Fleischmann, Christian Stary
Half-day 13:30-17:00 Taylor
T23 User-Centered Design and Universal Access: How they can Work Together in Practice
Simeon Keates
Half-day 13:30-17:00 Union

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