CHI Lites 2019 brings you an evening of nine bite-sized talks on the future of life with technology.
An informal counterpart to the 2019 CHI conference on Human-Computer Interaction, which will bring more than 3000 international
researchers to the SEC in Glasgow, CHI Lites offers an exclusive program that is open to the public.
Come along to learn about emerging research and hear thought-provoking insights from nine experts from across the globe.
During the interval, attendees will be able to view interactive demos and continue the conversation over drinks and canapes.
CHI Lites will be video-recorded, and photos and videos showing audience members may be shared on social media.
Tickets are £8 and registration is now open!
7-10:30pm, 9th of May, 2019
@The Lighthouse, Glasgow
11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 3NU
Chair: Ben Cowan (University College Dublin)
|19:30||19:45||Megan Hofmann (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) on ‘Putting a 3D Printer in the doctor’s office’|
|19:45||19:55||Nova Ahmed (North South University, Bangladesh) on ‘Seeking social justice through digital storytelling’|
|19:55||20:10||Dmitry Dereshev (Northumbria University, UK) on ‘What’s it like living with a companion robot?’|
|20:10||20:20||S. Shyam Sundar (Penn State University, USA) on ‘Do we trust machines too much?’|
|20:30||21:00||Demos*, canapes and drinks|
|21:00||21:05||Sandra Trullemans (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium) on ‘Will new smart environments determine how we live?’|
|21:05||21:15||Makuochi Nkwo (Paul University Awka, Nigeria) on ‘How can apps support sustainable behaviour?’|
|21:15||21:25||Débora Leal (University of Siegen, Germany) on ‘Bringing the internet to the Brazilian Amazon’|
|21:25||21:30||Leo Miyashita (University of Tokyo, Japan) on ‘Disguising reality with technology’|
|21:30||21:45||Joseph Konstan (University of Minnesota, USA) on ‘What makes a good recommendation?’|
|22:00||22:30||Closing and demos*|
*Demos on Interactive Music and Novel Interactive Devices.