Category Archives: Conferences
I am currently at ISWC. The conference is a bit smaller this year, but the quality of the papers is very good. After two excelent keynotes by Raj Reddy and Marcel Just, the conference program started yesterday morning Burcu Cinaz … Continue reading
Meanwhile, the third event I am co-organizing is about to close its submission, my workshop at the â€œMensch und Computerâ€ conference in LÃ¼beck on September 8th, 2008.
At the moment, I’m attending Mensch und Computer 2007. The invited talk of this morning was very nice, altough it was given via Skype as the speaker, Adrian David Cheok fell ill and was not allowed to travel. The talk … Continue reading
Time to write something… During ISWC, i was quite busy, so the updates to the blog have been somewhat delayed, but here’s a small report. We demonstrated the HotWire-Setup for evaluation of wearable applications with realworld tasks. Many people were … Continue reading
Next week, ISWC is going to take place in Montreux. And right before, the review of the WearIT@Work-Project will be held in Zurich. So we’re all a bit busy preparing talks, posters, demos etc.
Todays invited talk was by Matthias Rauterberg from University of Eindhoven , he reported on a new project in which he tries to create the western equivalent on the ZENetic computer which is called ALICE. As ZENetic tries to demonstrate … Continue reading
Today, I will be presenting our WInspect Glove in the poster session. Irma Lindt from the Fraunhofer FIT is presenting a pervasive game called “epidemic menace“. This is part of an EU integrated project called Iperg The game has stationary … Continue reading
This week, I’m at the Mensch und Computer Conference. It’s taking place at the Fachhochschule Gelsenkirchen. An interesting presentation yesterday came from Daniel Michelis who presented the urban installation magical mirrors in Berlin.