Workshop on pervasive display infrastructures, interfaces and applications

Burlington Hotel, Dublin
May 7th, 2006


 


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Organised as part of the workshop program of PERVASIVE 2006

 

Organisation

Rui José, University of Minho, Portugal
Rui José is a Lecturer at the Information Systems Department at University of Minho, Portugal, where he his also a member of the ubiquitous computing group. His research interests are mostly in interactive spaces and particularly on situated displays, an area in which it has been involved in several R&D projects. Rui José received is PhD in Computer Science from Lancaster University, UK and he holds a Master degree from University of Minho, Portugal.

Gerd Kortuem, Lancaster University, UK
Gerd Kortuem is a Lecturer in the Computing Department at Lancaster University, UK. His research focuses on engineering aspects of advanced interactive and collaborative systems and applications, particularly in the areas of mobile, wearable and ubiquitous computing. Dr. Kortuem received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Oregon, USA and holds a Masters degree from Stuttgart University, Germany. He served on various program committees and has organized workshops at CHI 2000, CHI 2002, CSCW 2002 and Ubicomp 2003. In particular, he was co-organizer of the workshop on Ubiquitous Display Environments at Ubicomp 2004.

Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research, Cambridge UK
Shahram Izadi is a research scientist within the Computer Mediated Living Group at Microsoft Research, Cambridge UK. His research centres on enabling novel user experiences in a world of richly interconnected devices and software services. His PhD explored interaction with diverse display technologies, in particular focusing on the intersection between large situated displays and mobile devices. Prior to this, Shahram worked on the Speakeasy project at PARC, where he has helped develop interconnection technology for enabling digital devices and services to easily interoperate over both wired and wireless networks. He has served on the WWW’05 PC and co-organised workshops at Ubicomp 2003 and 2004.

Brian Bailey, University of Illinois-Urbana, USA
Brian Bailey is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois-Urbana. His research interests include designing and evaluating user interfaces and interaction techniques for multiple display environments and exploring how these environments can facilitate ideation and creativity among co-located groups of users. Dr. Bailey received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota.

Duke Hutchings, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Duke Hutchings is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Information Interfaces research group in the GVU Center in the College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology and has also held two internships with the Visualization and Interaction group at Microsoft Research (Redmond/USA). His work with those groups focuses on window management issues for multiple-monitor systems.

 

 
 

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