Program

ScheduleWorkshopsKeynotesPapers & PictorialsArtworksPostersDemosGraduate Symposium

Schedule

Time Tuesday
June 27
Wednesday
June 28
Thursday
June 29
Friday
June 30
Conference goes to 17:00 daily, evening events start around 19:00.
9:00 Workshops &
Graduate Symposium
Welcome &
Keynote 1:
Kumiyo Nakakoji
Keynote 2:
Elizabeth F. Churchill
Paper session 6:
Creating and sharing experiences
10:30 Break Break Break Break
11:00 Workshops &
Graduate Symposium
Paper session 1:
Interaction and experience
Paper session 4:
Enhancing creative performance
Paper session 7:
Sensing and visualizing experience
12:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
13:50 Workshops &
Graduate Symposium
Paper session 2:
The art and science of making
Paper session 5:
Creativity in the (actual) wild
Paper session 8:
Sense making for creativity
15:00 Break Break Break Break
15:30 Workshops &
Graduate Symposium
Paper session 3:
Crowd ideation
Posters &
Technology Demonstrations
Keynote 3:
Sonny Liew &
Awards and Closing
Evening Conference Reception Art Exhibit Opening Event

Workshops

Workshop paper calls are open, please see each individual workshop site for more details.

Keynotes

See the full details about our keynotes.

Papers & Pictorals

Session 1: Interaction and experience (Chair: Sara Jones, Cass Business School)

Session 2: The art and science of making (Chair: Eli Blevis, Indiana University and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Session 3: Crowd ideation (Chair: Kurt Luther, Virginia Tech)

Session 4: Enhancing creative performance (Chair: Celine Latulipe, University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Session 5: Creativity in the (actual) wild (Chair: Kazjon Grace, University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Session 6: Creating and sharing experiences (Chair: Nanna Inie, Aarhus University)

Session 7: Sensing and visualizing experience (Chair: Sam Ferguson, University of Technology Sydney)

Session 8: Sense making for creativity (Chair: Jenny Waycott, University of Melbourne)

Artworks

See the Microbites site for more details!

Posters

Technology Demonstrations

Graduate Student Symposium