Posts tagged “Human Computer Interaction

James D. Foley visits the GTI

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On Tuesday the 28th of June, the GTI were honoured to receive a visit from Professor Jim Foley, currently professor of Georgia Tech and Vice President of SIGGRAPH. This was a particularly special event for the Graphics research sub-group of the GTI, as Jim quite literally “wrote the book” (in fact, several books) on computer […]


Crossmodal prosodic and gestural contribution to the perception of contrastive focus

Prieto., Pugliesi C., Borràs-Comes J., Arroyo E., Blat J. Crossmodal prosodic and gestural contribution to the
perception of contrastive focus to the perception of contrastive focus. In 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Florence, Italy, 2011.


A Remote Multi-touch Experience to Support Collaboration between Remote Museum Visitors

Arroyo E., Righi V., Tarrago, R. Blat, J. A Remote Multi-touch Experience to Support Collaboration between Remote Museum Visitors.€ €In proceedings of the 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT 2011


Everyday use of computer-­mediated communication tools and its evolution over time: an ethnographical study with older people

Sayago, S., Sloan, D., Blat, J. Everyday use of computer-mediated communication tools and its evolution over time: an ethnographical study with older people. Interacting with Computers (2011), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.intcom.2011.06.001


Preliminary findings of an ethnographical research on designing accessible geolocated services with older people

Valeria Righi, Guiller Málon, Susan Ferreira, Sergio Sayago, and Josep Blat. “Preliminary findings of an ethnographical research on designing accessible geolocated services with older people.” 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction HCII. Orlando, USA (2011)


Remote Collaborative Multi-User Informal Learning Experiences: Design and Evaluation

Arroyo E., Righi V., Tarrago R., Santos P., Hernandez-Leo D.and Blat J.(2011). Remote Collaborative Multi-User Informal Learning Experiences: Design and Evaluation. In Proceedings of the Sixth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning EC-TEL. Palermo, Italy, (2011)


Large Displays in Urban Life – from Exhibition Halls to Media Facades

Hinrichs, U., Valkanova, N., Kuikkaniemi, K., Jacucci, J., Carpendale, S., Arroyo, E.: Large Displays in Urban Life – from Exhibition Halls to Media Facades CHI-EA pp. 2433-2436. Vancouver, Canada (2011).


Integrating Information Retrieval with 3rd-wave HCI: The potential of Recall and Precision as interface design parameters

The HCI approach towards interface and interaction design is broadening to include new elements of human life, and with this evolution, a growing diversification of the role that information systems play in our daily life brings about new challenges for integrating computer technologies in human environments. As HCI expands its reach outside the workplace to […]


Towards designing more accessible interactions of older people with Digital TV

Ferreira, S., Sayago, S., Arroyo, E., Blat, J., 2011. Towards designing more accessible interactions of older people with Digital TV. ACM SIGACCESS, (99), 2011.


Online ITV use by older people: preliminary findings of a rapid ethnographical study

Ferreira, S., Sayago, S., Righi, V., Malón, G., Blat, J., 2011. Online ITV use by older people: preliminary findings of a rapid ethnographical study. In Proceedings of the 9th edition of the European Interactive TV Conference series -EuroITV ’11. Lisbon, Portugal.


Workshop Visualizar’11

Title: Workshop Visualizar’11 Location: Madrid, Spain Link out: Click here Description: Nina Valkanova and Juan Pablo will present and collaboratively develop their project Reveal-It! during the Visualizar’11: Understanding infraestructures, which will be held in Madrid in June. Reveal-it! envisions the idea of revealing on-site data about the citizens’ consumption processes and their interrelations with energy-related […]


Remote Collaborative Multi-touch Experience

Multi-touch interaction with multi-user support

This project provides a use case for social interactive experiences that could draw museum visitors to further explore an exhibition and share their views and interpretation with others.


Playful Accessories

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In the near future technologies will be even more present in every day objects, which should add a playful value for children, to make use of their natural interest to play while being socially and physically active. We have moved towards this direction by building on free-play experiences identified through a face-to-face ethnographical study conducted […]


Distributed Multi-touch Virtual Collaborative Environments

Arroyo, E., Ardaiz, O., Righi, V., & Blat, J. (2010). Distributed Multi-touch Virtual Collaborative Environments. 2010 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems, CTS 2010, Illinois, USA. 635-636.


Attention and Intention Goals Can Mediate Disruption in Human-Computer Interaction

Arroyo E., Selker T. Attention and Intention Goals Can Mediate Disruption in Human-computer Interaction.€ €In proceedings of the 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT. Lisbon, Portugal (2011).


Telling the story of older people e-mailing: An ethnographical study

Sayago, Sergio, and Josep Blat. “Telling the story of older people e-mailing: An ethnographical study.” International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 68, no. 1-2 (2010): 105-120. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S107158190900158X.


Josep Blat

Josep Blat 2011

Principal Investigator
Human Computer Interaction


Serdar Adali

Serdar Adali

Bio: H. Serdar Adali is PhD candidate in the GTI since 2012. Before joining UPF, he received his B.S. degree in Computer Engineering at Middle East Technical University and his M.S. degree in Computer Science at Sabanci University.  His current research interests are focused on Data Visualisation and Human Computer Interaction. Interests: Data Visualisation, Data Analysis , Human Computer Interaction Research […]


Distributed virtual collaborative environments with Multitouch support: Implementation and Experiences

Ardaiz O., Arroyo E., Righi V., Blat J., 2010. Distributed virtual collaborative environments with Multitouch support: Implementation and Experiences. In proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems EICS 2010. Berlin, Germany


Susan Möller Ferreira

Susan Moller Ferreira

PhD Student, Master Alumni
Human Computer Interaction
Digital Inclusion


Andrea Rosales

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PhD Alumni
Human Computer Interaction
Children and elderly friendly :)


Valeria Righi

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PhD Student
Human Computer Interaction


JP Carrascal

JP Carrascal

Phd Student
Human Computer Interaction
Augmented Information Access


Alan Tapscott

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PhD Student, Master Alumni
Human Computer Interaction.
Collaborative Story Composition.