On 17 September 2021, from 12-1pm, Prof Aaron Quigley will give a talk for the SydCHI community.
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Human Object Interaction
Abstract of Aaron’s talk
The exploration of novel sensing to facilitate new interaction modalities is an active research topic in Human-Computer Interaction. Across the breadth of HCI we can see the development of new forms of interaction underpinned by the appropriation or adaptation of sensing techniques based on the measurement of sound, light, electric fields, radio waves, biosignals etc. In this talk I will delve into three forms of sensing for object detection and interaction with radar, blurred images and touch along with discussing future research directions.
Aaron Quigley is a Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) in the University of New South Wales in Sydney Australia and he serves as Head of School. Aaron’s research interests include discreet computing, global HCI, pervasive and ubiquitous computing and information. He has published over 190 internationally peer-reviewed publications including edited volumes, journal papers, book chapters, conference and workshop papers. Aaron is an ACM Distinguished Member, general co-chair for the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in 2021, technical program chair for the ACM EICS conference, serves on the ACM CHI Steering committee and serves on the Yirigaa Advisory Board.
You read more on his website: https://aaronquigley.org/biography/
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