Teaching

HCI Winter School

Professors
Year
Trimester
Level

Wendy Mackay

2021
T3
M1

The HCI Winter School exposes Masters students to research in the Human-Centered Interaction Department and teaches how to read, present and discuss the research literature.

About

The HCI Winter School is a practical, hands-on course to expose students to the wide range of research in Human-Computer Interaction, with an emphasis on the research conducted at in the Department of Human-Centered Interaction at the Université Paris-Saclay . On a practical level, students will learn to read the research literature, as well as present and discuss it. This course is Part 1 of the Career Seminar, which continues in year two of the Masters program.

Schedule

Because of the pandemic, the HCI Winter School will be via video. Please use your eCampus account to log in.

The course begins on Friday morning, on 8 January, 2021 at 9h00 and continues weekly until 19 February.
The first class involves lecture and exercises related to reading the research literature in Human-Computer Interaction.
The remaining classes will each introduce a lab within the Human-Centered Computing Department, where researchers will discuss their current research and ask students to engage in activities related to that research. After a break, students will work in small groups to present and discuss the articles assigned the previous week, followed by a brief description of the readings for the upcoming week.

08 Jan
Course Introduction: (Wendy Mackay)
Reading and Reporting on the HCI Research Literature (Wendy Mackay)
Introduction to LaTeX and Overleaf (Michel Beaudouin-Lafon)

15 Jan
Lab Presentation ExSitu: Extreme Situated Interaction (Michel Beaudouin-Lafon & Wendy Mackay)
Group exercises

22 Jan
Lab Presentation ILDA: Interaction with maps (Caroline Appert & Emmanuel Pietriga)
Group exercises

29 Jan
Lab Presentation VENISE: Virtual and Augmented Reality: Research and Applications (Nicolas Ferey & Huyen Nguyen)
Group exercises

05 Feb
Lab Presentation AMI: Movement-based Human-Machine Cooperation (Ouriel Grynszpan & Jules Françoise)
Group exercises

12 Feb
Lab Presentation CPU: Designing Multimodal and Social Human-Machine Interactions for Training and Coaching (Jean-Claude Martin)
Group exercises

19 Feb
Lab Presentation AVIZ: Visualization for Understanding, Exploring and Interacting with Data and Analytics (Jean-Daniel Fekete)
Group exercises