There are 23 Results with the keyword : "Human-computer interaction"
Atau Tanaka, Professor of Media Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, is in charge of the technical programm for "interactivity", the showroom of demos at CHI 2013. He gives us his point of view.
Futur en Seine
As part of the Futur en Seine, Inria is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Web alongside Tim Berners Lee, the inventor of this fantastic tool! On 13 June, at a conference, Sir Tim will share the challenges that, from his point of view, await the Web in the next 25 years. His speech will be followed by a discussion with various Web experts, including Fabien Gandon, manager of the Inria Wimmics project team, who will give us his vision of the Web.
- Open innovation
- Distributed architectures
- Human-computer interaction
- Futur en Seine
AVSP is a uniquely interdisciplinary conference, focusing on the effects of auditory and visual speech information on human perception, machine recognition, and human-machine interaction. AVSP conferences attract many researchers from various fields, such as psychology, computer engineering, neuroscience, linguistics, and robotic engineering.
Place : Annecy
Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, professor in computational sciences at Paris-Sud University, will present on Friday, 16 October at 11am, the conference « Interaction beyond Computation ». It will take place at Inria Lille - Nord Europe center (Villeneuve d'Ascq), in the amphitheatre of building B.
Place : Amphithéatre building B, Inria Lille - Nord Europe center - Haute Borne, Villeneuve d'Ascq
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
Research into human-computer interaction has been an area of significant growth in the last decade. From multipoint touch screens to assistance for the disabled and media for interpreting large volumes of data, this research aims to revolutionise the relationship between men and machines. Inria has invested in the area with 5 teams that make the institute one of today's biggest human-computer interaction research centres.
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
Inria wants to encourage long stays - from several weeks to a year - by eminent international researchers within its project teams and to give them greater visibility, by defining an "Inria International Chair" programme for international chairs of a duration of 12 months spread over five years. The Inria Lille - Nord Europe research centre proudly welcomes two new chairs to two of its teams: Inocs and Mjolnir.
Human-computer interaction (HCI) has never been in the news as much as now. While it is true that technological progress is important and reverberates through our daily lives, there are still improvements to be made. Accuracy and responsiveness are at the centre of these concerns. It's also what at stake in the 1 € Filter project of the Mjolnir team at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research centre.
Robotics, which for a long time has been limited to performing repetitive tasks in controlled environments, has made great strides and is now breaking into all areas of society, particularly in order to perform useful services for the well-being of humans and their environment.
- Human-computer interaction
- Resilient robot
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est centre
- Technology platforms