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Main program

Sunday
Day
Monday
Rooms
Stakladen
Aula
M2
8:00
Registration and Coffee
9:00
Welcome and Keynote: Elisabeth McClure
10:30
Coffee
12:30
Lunch
15:30
Coffee
18:30
Monday reception and demos
Day
Tuesday
Rooms
Stakladen
Aula
M2
8:00
Registration and Coffee
10:30
Coffee
12:30
Lunch
15:30
Coffee + Poster session
19:00
Conference dinner
Day
Wednesday
Rooms
Stakladen
Aula
M2
8:00
Coffee
9:00
Keynote: Kasper Hornbæk - Implications for Theory
10:00
Coffee
12:00
Lunch
15:00
Coffee
17:00
Closing

Sunday Registration and Bar

At the end of the pre-conference, on Sunday October 9 from 16:00-19:00, a registration desk will be open in the Nygaard building. Come register, or socialize with other conference attendees at the student-run bar serving soft drinks and beers on tap. Enter through the door at Finlandsgade 21. Toward dinnertime a delegation will head downtown to Aarhus Street Food, where diverse dinner opportunities are available.

Paper Sessions


Media and VR

Room: Aula

Time: Monday, 11:00–12:30

Session chair: Niels Olof Bouvin

The Superhero Pose: Enhancing Physical Performance in Exergames by Embodying Celebrity Avatars in Virtual Reality

Nouran Sadek, Passant ElAgroudy, Ali Khalil, Slim Abdennadher

The Timeline: A Qualitative Study Exploring Therapeutic Experiences in an Immersive Interactive Virtual Environment (IIVE) for Trauma Mental Healthcare

Tor Alexander Bruce, Lars Erik Holmquist, Annessa Rebair

Designing for Collaborative Video Editing

Pavel Okopnyi, Oskar Juhlin, Frode Guribye

Requirements and Concepts for Interactive Media Retrieval User Interfaces (remote presentation)

Victor Adriel de Jesus Oliveira, Gernot Rottermanner, Stefanie Größbacher, Magdalena Boucher, Peter Judmaier

Life and well-being

Room: M2

Time: Monday, 11:00–12:30

Session chair: Susanne Bødker

Reversed Multi-Layer Design as an Approach to Designing for Digital Seniors

Rebecca Finne, Lisa Larsson, Vasiliki Mylonopoulou, Sebastian Andreasson, Tove Hjelm, Mattias Rost, Alexandra Weilenmann, Olof Torgersson

Reconfiguring the Smartphone to Support Intentional Use

Mila Stepanovic, Laurens Boer, Tom Jenkins

Wearable Activity Trackers in Managing Routine Health and Fitness of Indian Older Adults: Exploring Barriers to Usage (remote presentation)

Pallavi Rao Gadahad, Anirudha Joshi

Reconstructing Intimate Contexts through Data Donation: A Case Study in Menstrual Tracking Technologies

Alejandra Gomez Ortega, Jacky Bourgeois, Gerd Kortuem

Data and Personas

Room: Stakladen

Time: Monday, 14:00–15:30

Session chair: Lene Nielsen

Characterizing Data Scientists' Mental Models of Local Feature Importance

Dennis Collaris, Hilde Weerts, Daphne Miedema, Jarke van Wijk, Mykola Pechenizkiy

Intentionally Biasing User Representation?: Investigating the Pros and Cons of Removing Toxic Quotes from Social Media Personas

Joni Salminen, Soon-Gyo Jung, Bernard Jansen

Data Quality, Mismatched Expectations, and Moving Requirements: The Challenges of User-Centred Dashboard Design

Mohammed Alhamadi, Sarah Clinch, Omar Alghamdi, Markel Vigo

Creating More Personas Improves Representation of Demographically Diverse Populations: Implications Towards Interactive Persona Systems

Joni Salminen, Soon-Gyo Jung, Lene Nielsen, Bernard Jansen

Future Platforms

Room: M2

Time: Monday, 14:00–15:30

Session chair: Anke van Oosterhout

Designing Smart Plugs for Interactivity and Energy Sustainability via a Survey and Thematic Analysis (remote presentation)

Mary Barreto, Diego Casado-Mansilla, Augusto Esteves, Filipe Magno de Gouveia Quintal

Design for Social Control of Shared Media: A Comparative Study of Five Concepts

Melanie Berger, Bahareh Barati, Bastian Pfleging, Regina Bernhaupt

Power to the Electric Car People: The Infrastructuring of Charging

Michael Svangren, John Stouby Persson, Peter Axel Nielsen, Mikael B. Skov

Implementation and Evaluation of a Point-Of-Sale Payment System Using Bitcoin Lightning (remote presentation)

Michael Froehlich, Jose Adrian Vega Vermehren, Florian Alt, Albrecht Schmidt

Sustainability

Room: Stakladen

Time: Monday, 16:00–17:30

Session chair: Gözel Shakeri

Sustainable Foodtures: Exploring Roles of Future Technology in Sustainable Food Shopping

Martin Valdemar Anker Lindrup, EunJeong Cheon, Mikael B. Skov, Dimitrios Raptis, Rob Comber

Exploring the use of a carbon footprint calculator challenging everyday habits

Aksel Biørn-Hansen, Cecilia Katzeff, Elina Eriksson

Interactive Mycelium Composites: Material Exploration on Combining Mushroom with Off-the-shelf Electronic Components (remote presentation)

Çağlar Genç, Emilia Launne, Jonna Häkkilä

Design Visions for Future Energy Systems: Towards Aligning Developers' Assumptions and Householders' Expectations

Rikke Hagensby Jensen, Dimitrios Raptis, Laurynas Siksnys, Torben Pedersen, Mikael B. Skov

Design

Room: Aula

Time: Monday, 16:00–17:30

Session chair: Virpi Roto

How Shortening or Lengthening Design Processes Configure Decision Making

Jeanette Falk, Christopher Frauenberger, Gopinaath Kannabiran

Designing for Design-after-Design in a Museum Installation

Petros Ioannidis, Anders Løvlie

Using Metaphorical Design to Reveal New Perspectives in Systems Design – Insights From a Participatory Design Workshop for Research Data Platforms

Veronika Weiß, Sonja Schimmler, Bernhard Preim, Claudia Müller-Birn

Four Challenges of Designing Digital Services to Support Participatory Design

Peter Dalsgaard, Jonas Frich, Thomas Riisgaard

Children

Room: M2

Time: Monday, 16:00–17:30

Session chair: Netta Ivari

All the World is our Stage Empowering Children to Tackle Bullying through Theatre of the Oppressed in Critical Design and Making

Leena Ventä-Olkkonen, Netta Iivari, Sumita Sharma, Nina Juustila-Cevirel, Tonja Molin-Juustila, Essi Kinnunen, Jenni Holappa, Heidi Hartikainen

Because Fathers Matter: How Tools and Materials Mediate the Collaboration between Father and Child in Maker Activities

Árni Einarsson, Martin Krogh

Living with Drones, Robots, and Young Children: Informing Research through Design with Auto-ethnography

Mafalda Gamboa

'This book is magical!': exploring emergent readers' preferences and wishes for storytelling tools

Sveva Valguarnera, Monica Landoni

XR

Room: Aula

Time: Tuesday, 9:00–10:30

Session chair: Jens-Emil Grønbæk

Shoulder-Surfing Resistant Authentication for Augmented Reality (remote presentation)

Reyhan Düzgün, Peter Mayer, Melanie Volkamer

Implications of XR on Privacy, Security and Behaviour: Insights from Experts

Melvin Abraham, Pejman Saeghe, Mark McGill, Mohamed Khamis

Real-World Methods of Autobiographical Recall in Virtual Reality

Laura Götz, Radiah Rivu, Florian Alt, Albrecht Schmidt, Ville Mäkelä

PONI: A Personalized Onboarding Interface for Getting Inspiration and Learning About AR/VR Creation

Narges Ashtari, Parsa Alamzadeh, Gayatri Ganapathy, Parmit Chilana

Community

Room: M2

Time: Tuesday, 9:00–10:30

Session chair: Carla Griggio

Living in a Historic Neighborhood in the Technology-Era: Understanding Residents' Expectations from Domestic Spaces

Berk Göksenin Tan, Oğuzhan Özcan

Noticing the Environment – A Design Ethnography of Urban Farming

Anton Rosén, Maria Normark, Mikael Wiberg

Entangled Artifacts: The Meeting Between a Volunteer-run Citizen Science Project and a Biodiversity Data Platform

Philip Tchernavskij, Susanne Bødker

Assessing Peer Award Diversification on Reddit (remote presentation)

Amaury Trujillo

Advanced Interaction

Room: Stakladen

Time: Tuesday, 11:00–12:30

Session chair: Mikael Wiberg

Push or Pinch? Exploring Slider Control Gestures for Touchless User Interfaces

Kieran Waugh, Mark McGill, Euan Freeman

MoLux: Negotiating Control with a Shape-Changing Lamp at Home

Marie-Louise Sørensen, Andreas Becker Bertelsen, Ninna Nordmark Hoffmann, Marianne Graves Petersen, Eve Hoggan

FeetBack: Providing Haptic Directional Cues Through a Shape-changing Floor

Kim Laranang Hansen, Ulrik Stoch Jensen, Sune Porsmose Johansson, Eleftherios Papachristos, Mikael B. Skov, Roel Vertegaal, Timothy Merritt

Sound-Guided 2-D Navigation: Effects of Information Concurrency and Coordinate System

Prithvi Ravi Kantan, Sofia Dahl, Erika G. Spaich

Work

Room: Aula

Time: Tuesday, 11:00–12:30

Session chair: Jan Gulliksen

User-Defined Gesture and Voice Control in Human-Drone Interaction for Police Operations

Julia Hermann, Moritz Plückthun, Aysegül Dogangün, Marc Hesenius

An Emotion-driven Approach to Hospital Physicians' Work-Related User Experience

Diane Golay, Celina Sving, Åsa Cajander

Record or Recall? Exploring Self-Reported Dietary Assessment Methods for Office Workers during the COVID-19 Work-from-Home Period (remote presentation)

Sibo Pan, Elske Brouwer-Brolsma, Xipei Ren, Steven Vos, Aarnout Brombacher, Desiree Lucassen

Volunteer-based IT Helpdesks as Ambiguous Quasi-Public Services - a Case Study from Two Nordic Countries: a Case Study from Two Nordic Countries

Camilla Christensen, Nils Ehrenberg, Jorn Messeter, Erik Grönvall, Turkka Keinonen, Joanna Saad-Sulonen

Equality and Care

Room: M2

Time: Tuesday, 11:00–12:30

Session chair: Minna Pakanen

The Troubling Cups: Making Trouble at Work about Inequalities in Pay.

Naja Kathrine Kollerup Als, Julie Corlin Mikkelsen, Dimitrios Raptis

Meaningful Telerobots in Informal Care - A Conceptual Design Case

Ruben Albers, Judith Dörrenbächer, Martin Weigel, Dirk Ruiken, Thomas Weisswange, Christian Goerick, Marc Hassenzahl

“Do they pass the woman test?” Navigating and negotiating the gendering of residential solar panels

Maria Håkansson, Sara Renström, Jenny Lööf, László Sall Vesselényi, Julia Jonasson Tolv

It’s Not Warm But That’s Okay: About Robots That Avoid Human Stereotypes

Frederike Jung, Heiko Müller, Susanne Boll

Learning and understanding

Room: Stakladen

Time: Tuesday, 14:00–15:30

Session chair: Philip Tchernavskij

CoTinker: Designing a Cross-device Collaboration Tool to Support Computational Thinking in Remote Group Work in High School Biology

Line Musaeus, Marie-Louise Sørensen, Blanka Sara Palfi, Ole Sejer Iversen, Clemens Klokmose, Marianne Graves Petersen

An Inquiry into the TUI Design Space for Parent-Child Math Engagement at Home (remote presentation)

Ceylan Beşevli, Tilbe Göksun, Oğuzhan Özcan

The Best Of Both Worlds: Designing A Tiered Hybrid Interface for Teaching Machine Learning in K-9 Education

Karl-Emil Bilstrup, Magnus Høholt Kaspersen, Matilde Fjeldsø Larsen, Niels Olof Bouvin, Marianne Graves Petersen

How well do experts understand end-users’ perceptions of manipulative patterns?

Maxwell Keleher, Fiona Westin, Preethi Nagabandi, Sonia Chiasson

Remote work and Human-centered AI

Room: Aula

Time: Wednesday, 10:30–11:00

Session chair: Niels van Berkel

An exploratory study of how to design interventions to support informal communication in remote work

Lu Liu, Harm van Essen, Berry Eggen

Exploring Remote Communication through Design Interventions: Material and Bodily Considerations

Janne Mascha Beuthel, Lisa Hofer, Verena Fuchsberger

Human-Centered AI Design in Reality: A Study of Developer Companies' Practices : A study of Developer Companies’ Practices

Maria Hartikainen, Kaisa Väänänen, Anu Lehtiö, Saara Ala-Luopa, Thomas Olsson

Effects of Humanlikeness and Conversational Breakdown on Trust in Chatbots for Customer Service

Effie Law, Asbjørn Følstad, Nena van As

Studies and Methods

Room: M2

Time: Wednesday, 10:30–11:00

Session chair: Tone Bratteteig

Fitts Throughput and “Absolute” Finger Precision by Handedness, Hand, Digit and Target Width (remote presentation)

Anirudha Joshi, Aaditya Ajikumar, Kuldeep Umaraiya, Prashik Chavan

Between Egoism and Altruism: A Mixed-Methods Study of Reflections about Energy Use in the Life Cycle of High Preference Grocery Products

Martin Valdemar Anker Lindrup, Mikael B. Skov, Dimitrios Raptis

Visible - Uncertain - Invisible: Reflections on Team Communication Flows in Digitally Mediated Ethnographic Fieldwork

Frauke Moerike, Tamara Gupper

Exploring the experience of ethical tensions and the role of community in UX practice

Ajit Pillai, Thida Sachathep, Naseem Ahmadpour

Personal technologies

Room: Aula

Time: Wednesday, 13:30–14:00

Session chair: Valkyrie Savage

'I feel like I've never really achieved it': A critical analysis of persuasive design patterns in mindfulness applications

Simon Karlsson, Ottilia Olsson, Maria Normark

Designing for Extreme Sleepers: Rethinking the Rhythms of Sleep Technology

Kasper Karlgren, Donald McMillan

It can be more than just a subservient Assistant. Distinct Roles for the Design of Intelligent Personal Assistants.

Ronda Ringfort-Felner, Matthias Laschke, Robin Neuhaus, Dimitra Theofanou-Fülbier, Marc Hassenzahl

Combining Momentary and Retrospective Self-Reflection in a Mobile Photo-Based Journaling Application

Pelin Karaturhan, Ecem Arıkan, Pelin Durak, Asim Evren Yantac, Kemal Kuscu

Accessibility and Assistive Technologies

Room: M2

Time: Wednesday, 13:30–14:00

Session chair: Erik Grönvall

An Analysis of Web Content Accessibility of Municipality Websites for People with Disabilities in Norway: Web Accessibility of Norwegian Municipality Websites

Yavuz Inal, Deepti Mishra, Anne Britt Torkildsby

Engagement, not Dependence: Ethically Designing Assistive Systems for Users with Cognitive Impairments

Thomas Kosch, Thomas Grote, Albrecht Schmidt, Paweł W. Woźniak

Supporting Awareness of Visual Impairments and Accessibility Reflections through Video Demos and Design Cards (remote presentation)

Gisela Reyes-Cruz, Joel Fischer, Stuart Reeves

Designing a Mobile App with Patients with Discordant Chronic Comorbidities (DCCs): a Usability Study

Tianshuo Li, Mason Haynes, Josephine Juhring, Bradley Rucker, Ashwin Prabhakar, Tom Ongwere

New perspectives

Room: Aula

Time: Wednesday, 15:30–16:00

Session chair: Harald Reiterer

Altered states of consciousness in human-computer interaction: A review

Sangwon Jung, Oğuz 'Oz' Buruk, Juho Hamari

Postphenomenological Dimensions of Digitally Mediated Domestic Heating

Michael Svangren, Dimitrios Raptis, Alisa Ananjeva, John Stouby Persson, Peter Axel Nielsen

Me, the Hill and My Browser - Investigating the Role of Time in Posthuman Interaction

Patricia Ciobanu, Oskar Juhlin

Digital Rituals in Performance : Transitions to Internet of Things Trust and Security

Namrata Primlani, Mark Blythe, Justin Marshall

Privacy and Trust

Room: M2

Time: Wednesday, 15:30–16:00

Session chair: Ken Pfeuffer

It's Long and Complicated! Enhancing One-Pager Privacy Policies in Smart Home Applications

Mehrdad Bahrini, Nima Zargham, Alexander Wolff, Dennis-Kenji Kipker, Karsten Sohr, Rainer Malaka

PriKey – Investigating Tangible Privacy Control for Smart Home Inhabitants and Visitors

Sarah Delgado Rodriguez, Sarah Prange, Christina Vergara Ossenberg, Markus Henkel, Florian Alt, Karola Marky

Legal Provocations for HCI in the Design and Development of Trustworthy Autonomous Systems

Lachlan Urquhart, Glenn McGarry, Andy Crabtree

Are Thermal Attacks a Realistic Threat? Investigating the Preconditions of Thermal Attacks in Users’ Daily Lives

Paul Etienne Bruno Bekaert, Norah Alotaibi, Florian Mathis, Nina Gerber, Aidan Rafferty, Mohamed Khamis, Karola Marky

Critique Sessions


Care and Contestation

Room: Stakladen

Time: Monday, 11:00–12:30

The Contestation Café: A Manifesto for Contestation: Prototyping an agonistic place

Robert Collins, Johan Redström

In Search of Good Ancestors / Ahnen in Arbeit (remote presentation)

Jonathan Reus

Exploring More-than-Human Caring in Creative-Ai interactions

Petra Jääskeläinen, Andre Holzapfel, Cecilia Åsberg

The Problem(s) of Caring for the Commons

Jonas Fritsch, Joanna Saad-Sulonen, Giacomo Poderi

Algorithmic Speculation

Room: Stakladen

Time: Tuesday, 9:00–10:30

Suspicious Behavior: A fictional annotation tutorial (remote presentation)

Linda Kronman, Andreas Zingerle

A Paper Archive: Documenting the Live Performance Capitalist Magic (remote presentation)

Marloes de Valk

Exploring Data Intermediaries as Infrastructure for a Human-Centric Data Economy: Speculations & Critical Reflections (remote presentation)

Samuel Barnett, Nico Brand, William Odom, Kaitlyn Andres

Does Anyone Dream of Invisible A.I.? A Critique of the Making Invisible of A.I. Policing

Fatemeh Alizadeh, Aikaterini Mniestri, Gunnar Stevens

Reimagining Algorithmic Governance: Cultural expressions and the negotiation of social imaginaries

Holger Pötzsch, Gabriel Pereira

Exhibiting Criticism

Room: Stakladen

Time: Wednesday, 10:30–11:00

DOREEN: A Game of Provocations Creating New Ambitions for Equity in Computing through Intertextual Design

Jenny-Margrethe Vej, Valeria Borsotti, Valkyrie Savage, Morten Engell-Nørregård, Pernille Bjørn

Flipping Pages: Exploring Physical Workbooks as Reflective Method of Documentation

Niek Rutten, Jef Rouschop, Louise Mathiasen, Oscar Tomico, Bruna Goveia da Rocha

UI for When it is No Longer U and I: An Online Divorce Form Rethought with Rites of Passage Theory

Anine Hansen, Lone Koefoed Hansen

Being in the world with the aural-visualiser 1000

Martin A. Padalak, Tom Jenkins

Queering and Cultivating

Room: Stakladen

Time: Wednesday, 13:30–14:00

Visible Mending (remote presentation)

Shunying An Blevis, Eli Blevis

Tales from Corrodia (remote presentation)

Sus Lyckvi

Minty Zoo: An Interspecies Plant-Based Communication System

Fei (Dillon) Shieh, Yu-Ting Cheng, Renee Noortman, Mathias Funk

Tumblr is Queer and Twitter is Toxic: Speculating About the Vibe of Social Media Spaces (remote presentation)

Kay Kender

PregnancyCubes: A design process to cultivate tensions

Anna Vallgårda, Camille Wagner-Eckert, Caroline Bøgvad Mølhave, Harvey Bewley

Environmental Reflection

Room: Stakladen

Time: Wednesday, 15:30–16:00

A DIY solar server and the challenges and provocations of attempting to decarbonise our lab's website (remote presentation)

Luis Landa

From Concern to Care: A Transformative Reflection on Designing-with the Living

Daniëlle Ooms, Bahareh Barati, Teresa van Dongen, Miguel Bruns

Sustainable Technological Futures: Moving beyond a One-World-World perspective (remote presentation)

Michael Stead, Paul Coulton

European Union's Green Smart Directive or How Resource-Conscious Smart Systems Saved the World

Marc Hassenzahl, Judith Dörrenbächer, Matthias Laschke, Shadan Sadeghian

Panel Sessions


Panel: Conversations on Ethics

Room: Aula

Time: Monday, 14:00–15:30

Moderator: Eva Eriksson

Panelists: Carla Griggio, Midas Nouwens, Dag Svanæs, Christopher Frauenberger

Abstract:

Ethics, with its many complex facets, is a growing topic in HCI venues, both in relation to teaching and research. Still, much of the formal ethics is black-boxed, as ethical procedures do not follow international standards and thus apply rules and regulations adjusted to the level of university or country, where the content, scope and rigorousness of the ethics procedures remains opaque for the broader HCI community. This causes tensions in an international and interdisciplinary community with a large range of cultural differences. It raises discussions in PC meetings and complicates both the peer-review and the writing process. Additionally, situational ethics, which concerns responding in real-time to often unexpected events during the research and design process, is still underrepresented when reporting on research. In this panel, we aim to take on a Nordic perspective on ethics in HCI research. As a starting point, we have invited panelists which will share some of their experienced ethical challenges and based on these pose open questions to the audience. In the panel, we hope for a fruitful conversation between NordiCHI participants and panelists, where various perspectives are warmly welcome.

Panel: Conversations on Care

Room: Aula

Time: Tuesday, 14:00–15:30

Moderator: Teresa Almeida

Panelists: Anna Vallgårda, Jonas Fritsch, Sarah Homewood, Winnie Soon

Abstract:

Care is multiple and as a concept it deals with myriad topics including the body, health and wellbeing, the environment, and any disruptions within. Different perspectives on care include placing the global and the intimate in relation to the ethical, relational, political and transformative approaches to not only human-centered but more-than-human worlds. Through and with care, researchers in our field can think about the implications of the present in the immediate future. For example, how should care as a concept be understood in the context of HCI? And, why is a care perspective important to HCI? Is care related to other current discourses in HCI research (e.g. gender) and if so, in what ways? What are the ethical challenges facing research with a care perspective? Does caring help regenerate, resist, and imagine more just and sustainable futures?