Updated Programme

Wednesday 1 July

08:00 AM Registration
09:00 AM – 09.15 AM Opening
09.15 AM – 10:15 AM 1 Keynote V. Kaptelinin – Designing Mediation
Session chair: Anke Dittmar
10.15 AM – 10.45 AM Coffee & Tea Break
10.45 AM – 12.15 PM Session 1: Design methods and collaboration Tool
Session chair: Christian Stary
2 Geert De Haan. HCI Design Methods: where next? from user-centred to creative design and beyond Long Paper
3 Peter Conradie, Lieven De Marez and Jelle Saldien. Blind Evaluation: Experience of the Empathic Lead User Method among Design Students? Long Paper
4 Jesús Muñoz Alcantara, Panos Markopoulos and Mathias Funk. Social Media as ad hoc Design Collaboration Tools Long Paper
12.15 PM – 13.15 PM Lunch
13.15 PM – 13.30 PM Poster Pitching Session
Session chair: Krzysztof Marasek
.. Each poster presenter gets 2 minutes to give a elevator pitch presentation
13.30 PM – 14.30 PM Session 2: Understanding people and Tasks
Session chair: Geert de Haan
5 Thierry Morineau, Pascal Chapelain and Philippe Quinio. An ecological analysis of task subgoals during simulated medical emergency Short Paper
6 Björn Pullwer and Anke Dittmar. Prototypes as Tools for Discovery: A Case Study on Multi-Touch UML Modeling Short Paper
7 Anna Hüttig and Michael Herczeg. Tool-based gradual User Modeling for Usability Engineering Short Paper
14.30 PM – 14.45 PM Coffee & Tea Break
14.45 PM – 17.15 PM Panel – Constructive Ergonomics, new challenges for the future (including coffee)
Organizers: Flore Barcellini, Françoise Détienne
8 Pierre Falzon: Enabling Environments, enabling organizations, enabling interventions: a constructive ergonomics viewpoint
9 Ole Broberg: Design Processes and Constructive Ergonomics
10 Michael Baker: Learning in work, Work in Learning: Relations between Constructive Ergonomics and the Learning Sciences
from 17.15 PM Poster sessions & Drinks
Session chair: Krzysztof Marasek
11 Luca Giacolini, Patrizia Marti and Iolanda Iacono. “Game of Stimuli”: an Exploratory Tangible Interface Designed for Autism
12 Michael Wagner, Assaf Botzer and Tomer Elbaum. Visual Information as a Means for Substituting Haptic Sense
13 Eliezer Kantorowitz. A tool for research and training in Cognitive ergonomic system design
14 Jonathan Day, George Buchanan and Stephann Makri. Introducing the RSDiary App for the Collection of Resilience Strategies
27 Anaïs Allinc, Béatrice Cahour and Jean-Marie Burkhardt. Psychological comfort and discomfort in transport modes
from 19.00 PM Conference Dinner
Restaurant Papu, Al. Niepodległości 132/136

Thursday 2 July

9.00 AM – 10.00 AM 15 Keynote K. Walczak – The Challenge of Interactive 3D Content Creation
Session chair: Marcin Sikorski
10.00 AM – 10.20 AM Coffee & Tea Break
10.20 AM – 12.00 PM Session 3: Enhancing user-centred design methods and practices
Session chair: Assaf Botzer
16 Nicolas Marmaras, Dimitris Nathanael and Konstantinos Gkikas. Concrete design exercises help promote conceptual thinking: Lessons learned from teaching User Centred Design to an engineering class Long Paper
17 James Smith-Spark, Hillary Katz, Alexander Marchant and Thomas Wilcockson. Label-checking strategies to adapt behaviour to design Long Paper
18 Maria Ianeva, Patrcik Chotel and Frédérique Miriel. Learnings from Workplace User-Centered Design: the Case of a Media and Communication Company Short Paper
19 Panos Markopoulos, Nikolaos Batalas and Annick Timmermans. On the Use of Social Influence to Enhance Compliance in Experience Sampling Short Paper
12.00 PM – 13.00 PM Lunch
13.00 PM – 13.30 PM Open EACE meeting
13.30 PM – 15.00 PM Session 4: Understanding & Supporting Collaborative Activities
Session chair: Dianne Murray
20 Marja Liinasuo and Maiju Aikala. Boundary Objects in Sales and Delivery Process Long Paper
21 Lucas M. Bietti, Michael J. Baker and Françoise Détienne. Joint Remembering in Co-Design: An Ethnographic Study of Functions and Multimodal Processes Short Paper
22 Sylvie Thellier, Pierre Falzon and Lucie Cuvelier. Construction of an “activity sharing space” to improve healthcare safety Short Paper
23 Tilo Mentler and Michael Herczeg. Flexible Tool Support for Collaborative Design of Interactive Human-Machine Systems Short Paper
15.00 PM – 15.20 PM Coffee & Tea Break
15.20 PM – 17.30 PM Session 5: Comprehending Intelligent Systems
Session chair: Marja Liinasuo
24 Emma Beauxis-Aussalet, Elvira Arslanova and Lynda Hardman. Supporting non-experts’ awareness of uncertainty: Negative effects of simple visualizations in multiple views. Long Paper
25 Philippe Rauffet, Christine Chauvin, Gael Morel and Pascal Berruet. Designing sociotechnical systems: a CWA-based method for dynamic function allocation Long Paper
26 Sebastian Feuerstack, Andreas Luedtke and Jan-Patrick Osterloh. A Tool for Easing the Cognitive Analysis of Design Prototypes of Aircraft Cockpit Instruments Long Paper
27 Anaïs Allinc, Béatrice Cahour and Jean-Marie Burkhardt. Psychological comfort and discomfort in transport modes Short Paper
28 Julien Guibourdenche, Pascal Salembier, Yvon Haradji, Germain Poizat and Mariane Galbat. Toward a Contextual Approach of Home Energy Management Systems Automation in Everyday Life Short Paper
From 19.00 PM City Tour and dinner
Restaurant Dawne Smaki, ul. Nowy Świat 49

Friday 3 July

09:00 AM – 10.10 AM Session 6: Team Dynamics
Session chair: Gerrit van der Veer
29 Susanna Heyman. Online Investment Advisors and Novice Users Long Paper
30 Andra Toader. Managing the Unexpected: The Effects of Team Composition and Situation Changes on Team Knowledge Similarity and Performance Short Paper
31 Mathieu Forens, Marie-Laure Barbier and Nathalie Bonnardel. How Communication Modalities Can Impact Group Creativity in Multi-User Virtual Environment Short Paper
10.10 AM – 10.40 AM Coffee & Tea Break
10.40 AM – 12.30 AM Session 7: The role of Technology in Design Applications
Session chair: Sebastian Feuerstack
32 Christian Stary, Harald Lerchner, Florian Krenn, Matthias Neubauer, Stefan Oppl and Dominik Wachholder. Towards a Stakeholder-Centric Design Language for Open Systems – Learning from Organizational Learning Long Paper
33 Päivi Heikkilä, Mari Ainasoja and Virpi Oksman. The Potential of Technology in Facilitating Positive Stress Experiences Long Paper
34 Susanna Aromaa, Antti Väätänen, Iina Aaltonen and Tomi Heimonen. A model for gathering and sharing knowledge in maintenance work Long Paper
35 Michael Krause, Sebastian Weichelt and Klaus Bengler. Malfunction of a Traffic Light Assistant Application on a Smartphone Short Paper
12.30 PM – 13.00 PM Closing Ceremony
13.00 PM Lunch
Restaurant Grand Kredens, Al. Jerozolimskie 111


More information on the panel discussion.

Constructive Ergonomics, new challenges for the future

Panel organisers:

  • Flore Barcellini (CNAM, France)
  • Françoise Détienne (CNRS, France)

The new field of «Constructive Ergonomics» has been recently proposed by Pierre Falzon, based on the «capability» concept developed in economics by Amartya Sen. It highlights new challenges related to the constructive dimension of the activity which are at the boundaries between Cognitive Ergonomics and Learning sciences, as well as organisation/management sciences. Indeed, the constructive Dimension of the activity has to be thought at the individual, collective and organisational levels. It also questions the methodologies and technologies enabling this developmental approach, e.g. reflexive methodologies, participatory design.

The panel will group together speakers from these different fields and will be structured by theoretical and methodological questions.

Panel speakers:

  • Constructive ergonomics: Pierre Falzon (CNAM France)
  • Learning sciences/reflexive methodologoes: Michael Baker (CNRS)
  • Design methods/participatory design: Ole Broberg (DTU, Denmark)