I’m delighted to announce that we have recently had our workshop proposal accepted to Mobile HCI 2015. The workshop entitled Smarttention, Please! Intelligent Attention Management on Mobile Devices is being organized with Benjamin Poppinga, Nuria Oliver, Martin Pielot, Niels Henze and Alireza Sahami. Given the rise of smart devices and the increasing reliance and volume of mobile notifications people have to deal with on a daily basis, we thought a workshop on the topic of attention management would be timely! And what better venue that Mobile HCI 2015.
We welcome submissions which aim to understand users and attention-related aspects, e.g., when do users attend notifications, how do users set their ringer mode switch, or the costs of interruptions. Topics of interest include: Read More
We hosted the Mobility and Web Behavior Workshop on Friday 21st September 2012 as part of MobileHCI 2012 in San Francisco. The workshop was co-organized with Matt Jones from Swansea University and Jaime Teevan of Microsoft Research. Unfortunately I couldn’t be in two rooms at… Read more
On Thursday 13th September 2012 in beautiful Dublin, Ireland we hosted a workshop on Personalizing the Local Mobile Experience as part of RecSys 2012. The workshop was co-organized with Henriette Cramer of Mobile Life, Neal Lathia of University of Cambridge, UK and Daniele Quercia, University… Read more
Henriette Cramer from Mobile Life and I will be co-organizing a half day workshop on “The Local Experience” at RecSys 2012 in Dublin on the 9th September. The workshop will focus on local recommendations, an area that we think has been somewhat under explored to… Read more
Today, Sofia and I attended the searching 4 fun workshop to present our work on casual, shared, social mobile search experiences. The aim of the workshop was to investigate the situations in which users access online content, not just to find information, but to pass… Read more
Great news!!! A workshop I’m co-organizing with Matt Jones of Swansea University and Jaime Teevan of Microsoft Research has been accepted to MobileHCI 2012 in San Francisco!!! We’re very excited. We’re been busy putting together the call for papers, PC list and the workshop website… Read more