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The 26th edition of the conference on Human-Computer Interaction of the Francophone Association of Human-Computer will take place at Lille, with the support of Lille 1 University and Inria Lille - Nord Europe. The conference will be held from 28 to 31 October 2014, at IUT A Lille, within the campus of Lille 1 Univeristy, Villeneuve d'Ascq.
Place : IUT A of Lille, campus of Lille 1 University at Villeneuve d'Ascq
Edward Lank, professor at the Cheriton School of Computer Science of the University of Waterloo, Canada, will present "Tap, Swipe, Move: Motion Gesture Interaction in a Mobile and Wearable World ", Wednesday, November the 25th at 2pm, at Inria Lille - Nord Europe, Villeneuve d'Ascq.
Place : Amphi of Inria (building B), Villeneuve d'Ascq (Haute Borne)
Guest(s) : Edward Lank
The 2014 Forum on Tactile and Gestural Interaction
The fourth annual Forum on Tactile and Gestural Interaction (FITG) will be held at Plaine Images on 13 and 14 May 2014, at the Imaginarium in Tourcoing. The event, which was jointly organised by Inria Lille - Nord Europe and Plaine Image, will present a series of talks, while on the floor about thirty demonstrations of human-computer interaction will be on display. Let's take a closer look at the demonstrations in store for us at the event.
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Forum on Tactile and Gestural Interaction
Arts et sciences
Since 2010, the researchers in the Mint project-team have worked many times with partners from the art world. This proves that both sets of people can push back the boundaries of their respective fields while completing some great joint projects.
For five years, from 2019 to 2024, Edward Lank will hold an international chair and will work with the Loki team at the Inria Lille-Nord research center. The aim of their project: to identify richer, more reliable forms of interaction between users and the large number of connected objects around them, such as computers, smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, video projectors, giant screens etc.
Prize and distinction
The JCJC (Jeunes Chercheuses et Jeunes Chercheurs) scheme was set up to help project leaders work independently on specific subjects, promoting accountability and encouraging scientific innovation.