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IDHF 2016 (20th – 22nd Oct)

The study of human factors discovers and applies information about human behaviour, abilities, and other characteristics to the design of tools, machines, systems, tasks, jobs, and environments, for productive, safe, comfortable, and effective human use. Interaction design is inherently multidisciplinary, forward looking, and aims to sketch, synthesise and prototype the future. Although the two fields are related, there are differences in approach. For example, interaction designers often seek to shape, create and explore future solutions. Human factors researchers seek to operationalize social, psychological or behavioural theory to optimize design (e.g. error free interaction). When focused on a common problem, human factors and interaction design can be complementary, but there is a need to understand how best to achieve this.

IDHF 2016 focuses on the relationship between the two, aiming to support design practice, through the factoring of established research findings relating to human error, cognitive performance and/or perceptual-motor control.  IDHF 2016 will be held on 20th-22nd October (20th October, afternoon, registration; 21st October, full-day conference; 22nd October, internal workshop - invited only), in Kochi, Japan  (http://itap2016.xrenlab.com/page/idhf-2016). We will invite world class researchers, to attend in order to present research findings, discuss their work, foster collaborations and develop underlying methodological frameworks, to drive HCI field forward. Accepted full papers of sufficient quality will be published in a special issue of EI-indexed International Journal.

Topics
Contributions are solicited in all areas of information technology and human factors research and applications. Topics include, but not limited to:

  • Human Engagement
  • User Interaction with Computers
  • Accessibility research
  • Haptic Interfaces
  • Self-regulation research
  • Game Interaction and Gamification
  • Brain and Cognitive Studies
  • Smartphone Interfaces for Older People
  • Ergonomics Design
  • Human Interaction and Analysis
  • Wearable Device Interface
  • IoT technology
  • Affective Computing & Design
  • Others

Submission Types

IDHF 2016 invites submissions in all areas of Human Computer Interaction, Human Factors, Usability, Interaction Design and related areas.

How to Submit your paper and/or poster

  1. Login (https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ITAP2016/)
  2. If you are a first time user, "Sign up here.".
  3. Go to "Manage Submission" > "Create a new submission"
  4. Choose Subject Areas begin with IDHF
  5. After you are done, Click "Submit"

***For submitting a revised version,you can click "Edit" > delete the original submission file, then replace it with the new version. Please also submit the itemised response sheet as supplementary material.***

We encourage the following submission types:

-Full Papers

Full Papers are intended to report stable and completed research. Papers will be 4-6 pages and will undergo a peer review process. Submitted full papers should follow the ACM CHI paper template (Word: http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-word-template/view Latex:http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-latex-template/view). Accepted papers will be presented orally, at the symposium. Authors of accepted papers, of sufficient quality, will have an opportunity to extend, revise and resubmit them to International Journal of Innovative Computing and Information Control Special issue in Human Factors and Interaction Design for Critical Systems.

Please note that there is no requirement to anonymize paper submissions and at least one author of each accepted paper needs to register for the symposium.

-Posters

This is a juried submission track that allows attendees to showcase early, relatively speculative or not yet completed work so that others can know what they are doing. Authors are required to submit a 1-page poster paper including author information and a description of the study. Submitted poster papers should follow the IDHF Poster Paper template (Word: Download here). For accepted poster, please bring the poster to the venue and put it on designated place.  Note that:

  1. the poster size should be A0 (84.1 x 118.4cm, 33.11 x 46.61 inches)
  2. a small desk can be provided on request.
  3. there is no AC power supply for poster presenters.

Please also note that there is no requirement to anonymize poster submissions and at least one author of each accepted paper needs to register for the symposium.

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We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kochi!

Program

 

October 20, 2016
Time Activity Location
14:00 - 20:00 Registration for guests Southern City Hotel, Address: 933 Myoken, Nankoku-shi, Kochi 〒783-0007

 

October 21, 2016
Time Activity Location Chair
 8:00 -  11:50 Same as IxAP Program Auditorium   
12:00 - 12:30 Invited Talks

Multimodal Emotional Responses Including Vibrotactile Stimuli
Seungmoon Choi
Pohang University of Science and Technology

Room A110, Kochi University of Technology   Session Chair: Kibum Kim
12:30 - 13:30 Free Lunch and Poster Session International House Poster Chair: Hiroaki Shigemasu
13:30 - 14:45 Paper Presentation by Authors (10 mins each + 5 mins Q&A)

Improvements on User Experience of the Rehabilitation System for Hearing-Impaired Children: A Case Study on Speech Training Product
Jun Liu, Guanyu Dai, Ting Han
Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

Research on Performance of Direct and Indirect Pen Tilt Input
Yizhong Xin, Xinhui Jiang, Yang Li, Ying Ma
School of Information, Shenyang University of Technology, China

Sharing Visual Co-Presence of the Task for Monitoring and Acquiring Conversation meaning
Kibum Kim
Keimyung University, Korea

Collaborative Filtering Algorithm Based on Rate Similarity
Liyan Dong1, Kelu Li2, Yuequn Wang2, Yongli Li3
College of Computer Science and Technology, Jilin Univrsity, Changchun, China1, Key Laboratory of Database and Intelligent Network, 
Jilin University, Changchun, China2,  School of Computer Science and Information Technology, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China3

Target Selection Techniques for Touch Mobile Devices
Yizhong Xin, Yang Li, Xinhui Jiang, Weiqiang Yuan
School of Information, Shenyang University of Technology, China

Room A110, Kochi University of Technology  Session Chair: Huawei Tu

14:45 - 15:30

Break for technical tour (Center for Human-Engaged Computing) C301 & A315 (45 mins)  
15:30 - 16:30 Invited Talks

Human Factors Harming Healthcare
Harold Thimbleby
Swansea University

Room A110, Kochi University of Technology  Session Chair: Karen Li
16:35 - 16:55 Coffee Break   (20 mins) Auditorium   
16:55 - 17:55 Closing Keynote - Prof. Joanna McGrenere  
17:55 - 18:05 Closing Remarks - Prof. Effie Lai-Chong Law  
19:00 - 21:30 Free Symposium Banquet - Award Session: Best Paper Award, Best Poster Award, Best Service Award Ange Blanc, Address: 933 Myoken, Nankoku-shi, Kochi 〒783-0007  

 

October 22, 2016
Time Activity
9:00 - 21:00 Kochi Nature Tour
10:00 - 17:00 Internal Workshop - by Invitation

 

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IDHF 2016 Organizers and Committee

Advisory Council Chairs
Harold Thimbleby, Swansea University
Xiangshi Ren, Kochi University of Technology

General Chairs
Karen Yunqiu Li, BBC Design and Engineering & Swansea University
Yukinobu Hoshino, Kochi University of Technology

Program Chairs
Kibum Kim, Keimyung University
Huawei Tu, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Program Committee (same as IxAP 2016)
http://itap2016.xrenlab.com/page/committee-members

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Poster List
Titles Authors
Pattern-Driven Multi-Platform Development of Mobile User Interface Mingxin Shao*, Northwest University
Heartbeat Multi-Classification Algorithm Based on Hierarchical Support Vector Machine Xin Liu, Jilin University; Si Yujuan*, Jilin University
Engaged Cohorts: Can Gamification Engage All College Students in Class? Donglei Song*, Jilin University; Ping Ju, Jilin University; Hao Xu, Jilin University
 Evaluating Tangible Interactions for Cross-Geographical Designers: The Case of Sino-Italian Digital Collaborative Design Platform Wei Liu*, Beijing Normal University
Deep Convolutional Networks with Optical Flow for Micro-expression Detection Jun Yu, HeFei University of Technology; Toru Kurihara, Kochi University of Technology; Shu Zhan*, HeFei University of Technology
 Complex-Value Domain Transformation Based Framewrok for 3D Facial Recognition Hao Du, Hefei University of Technology ; Toru Kurihara, Kochi University of Technology; Shu Zhan*, HeFei University of Technology
Development of fMRI synchronization signal generator using Arduino for pseudo experimental yuya sano*, Kochi University of Technology; Keita Mitani, Kochi University of Technology; Yukinobu Hoshino, Kochi University of Technology
How Audio, Visual, Touch and their Combinations Input Affect Meditation Behaviours through Smartphone Apps Mahmoud Husein*, Kochi University of Technology; Chaklam Silpasuwanchai, Kochi university of technology; Xiangshi Ren, Kochi University of Technology; Kavous Salehzadeh Niksirat, Kochi University of Technology
The Effect of Start Position of Pointing along Depth Direction in VR Zijing Yang*, University of Science and Technology Beijing
Preliminary Evaluation of  an Energy Saving Technique  That Lowers CPU Frequency for Concurrent GC takafumi kataoka*, Kochi University of Technology; Tomoharu Ugawa, Kochi University of Technology
A Model Library of Memory Access Instructions of Three Memory Models for SPIN Kousuke Matsumoto*, Kochi University of Technology; Tomoharu Ugawa, Kochi University of Technology
Shape constancy from motion parallax with active movement in 3D space yukiko ishikawa*, Kochi University of Technology; Hiroaki Shigemasu, Kochi University of Technology
The temporal pattern randomness aftereffect in auditory perception Akane Nishimura*, Kochi University of Technology; Hiroaki Shigemasu, Kochi University of Technology
Basic verification of the brain areas involved in the time perception to use BCI Ryosuke Hayasaka*, Kochi University of Technology; Keita Mitani, Kochi University of Technology; Yukinobu Hoshino, Kochi University of Technology
Motion Perturbation Technique for Crowd Animation Mankyu Sung*, Keimyung University
Design Consideration of 32-Bit Self-Timed  RISC-V Processor Core Jirayu Peetakul*, Kochi University of Technology
Marking Gesture of Blind People  on Smartphone Masaki Obata*, Center For Human-Engaged Computing (CHEC)
Measurement of visual attention to object motion  by gaze-state and method of paired comparison. Sae Nakanishi*, Kochi University of Technology
Influence to visual attractiveness of 3 X 3 entire pattern by positions of two differently colored panels Nakaya Ryota*, Kochi University of Technology
Instruction-Set- and Micro-Architecture Design of  IoT-Oriented Data-Driven Processor: pico-DDP Kazuma Fukuda*, Kochi University of Technology; Masahiro Tabara, Kochi University of Technology
An improvement of image retrieval using  the concept of saliency Ayumi Ryonai, Kochi University of Technology; Shinichi Yoshida*, Kochi University of Technology
Region-based image retrieval using local  image features and color histogram features Takenobu Sasatani, Kochi University of Technology; Shinichi Yoshida*, Kochi University of Technology
Effect of reduction of dimensions of image features for content-based image retrieval with SIFT Natsumi Suzuki, Kochi University of Technology; Shinichi Yoshida*, Kochi University of Technology