Wednesday 16th Nov

9:00 Registration and Breakfast

9: 45 Welcome talk and introductions – John Baird (Presentation Slides)

10:15 Keynote (Presentation Slides)

History Enriched Computing – Professor James D. Hollan, University of California, San Diego, USA

11:00 Morning Tea

11:15 Session 1 – Industry Panel – Industry Panel Bios

12:15 Lunch (30 minutes) and Workshops (90 minutes)

14:15 – Session 2

Session 2a: Music and Sound

Session 2b: Technologies for Assisted Living

3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Tuck Leong and Peter Wright. Music in Households in the Digital Economy

Dan Stowell, Mathieu Barthet, Simon Dixon and Mark Sandler. Musicology for the masses – Situating new audio technologies for musicology and music education

Noel Lobley, Chris Morton and Marina Jirotka. Innovations in sound archiving – field recordings, audiences and digital inclusion

3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Trisha Greenhalgh, Rob Procter, Mark Rouncefield and Guy Dewsbury. ATHENE – Assistive Technologies for Healthy living in Elders – Needs assessment by Ethnography

Gemma Webster and Vicki Hanson. The Portrait System for Care Staff of People with Dementia – DigitalEngagement

Alasdair Mort, Paul Mcnamee, Lorna Philip, Pat Schofield, Vicki Hanson and Gaener Rodger. TOPS – designing digital tools for personal and social interaction

15:15 – Afternoon Tea

15:30 – Session 3

Session 3a: Cultural Heritage Session 3b: Managing User Sourced Information
3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Menisha Patel, Paul Luff and Christian Heath. Curious words and public definitions – engaging visitors in the collaborative creation of a museum exhibit

David Mcgookin, Yolanda Vazquez-Alvarez, Stephen Brewster and Joanna Bergström-Lehtovirta. Digitally Glueing the Past – Multimodal Interaction for Un-Stewarded Historical and Archaeological Sites

Chris Mellish, Claire Wallace, Elizabeth Tait, Colin Hunter and Marsaili Macleod. Can Digital Technologies increase Engagement with Community History?

3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Advaith Siddharthan, Chris Mellish, Hien Nguyen, Cheng Zeng, Imogen Pearce and Rene Van Der Wal. Tell me a story about the birds and the bees – Using NLG to foster public engagement in nature conservation projects

Robert Houghton and David Golightly. Should a signaller look at Twitter – The value of user data to transport control

Hien Nguyen, Chris Mellish, Alasdair Mort, Ehud Reiter, Peter Kindness and Jonathan Knight. Using NLG to Manage Information in Medical Emergencies

16.30 – Session 4

Session 4a: New Directions for the Digital Economy Session 4b: Independent Living
3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Carsten Sorensen and Ben Eaton. Digital Innovation on Mobile Platforms – A Business Model Analysis

Kevin Smith, Drew Hemment and Rachel Cooper. Defining New Directions in Data Visualisation Research: Adaptive Signs

Robert Dingwall, Murray Goulden, Stuart Reeves and Abigail Durrant. Envisioning the Digital Economy

3 papers – 15 minutes each + 5 minutes questions

Oussama Metatla, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Tony Stockman and Fiore Martin. Designing for Collaborative Cross-modal Interaction

Rachel Menzies, Annalu Waller and Helen Pain. Interaction of children with Autism with a Virtual Character

Kyle Montague, Vicki Hanson and Andy Cobley. Evaluation of Adaptive Interaction with Mobile Touch- Screen Devices

18:30    Poster Presentations – Great North Museum

20:00    Evening Banquet Reception Great North Museum – Announcement of Impact Case Study competition

The winners of the ‘Telling Tales’ competition can be found in the attached PDF.

Telling Tales Winners