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09:00-18:00 | Villa del Grumello - Lake Como School Of Advanced Studies Centro di Cultura Scientifica “Alessandro Volta”, Como (Italy)
International Summer School on Computer Supported Cooperative Work: Foundations, Methods and Technolgies


2015.04.21 | Research news

Honorary Award goes to Rachel Charlotte Smith

Assistant Professor Rachel Charlotte Smith has been awarded an honorary award for her PhD dissertation. Also, Rachel Charlotte Smith is the first PhD student at Arts, Aarhus University, who has received a double degree as a result of a common agreement about supervision between Aarhus University and James Cook University in Australia.

2015.03.03 | Research news

SIGCHI Best of CHI Awards

One peer-reviewed conference papers written Koefoed Hansen was selected to receive a SIGCHI Best of CHI Honorable Mention Award and one peer-reviewed conference paper written by Jörg Müller was selected to receive a SIGHI Best paper award. The papers will be presented at the upcoming CHI15 conference.

2015.02.16 | Research news

New issue: Datafied Research Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015

Edited by Christian Ulrik Andersen and Geoff Cox ISSN 2245-7755

2014.12.01 | Research news

Media Architecture Biennale 2014 was launched

With Aarhus University as principal partner Media Architecture Biennale 2014 has been launched. Big names from both Denmark and abroad gathered to find solutions to some of the challenges ahead.

2014.11.19 | Research news

Best paper award

Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose, Kim Halskov, Janus B Kristensen and Rolf Bagge won the Best Paper Award at the Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2014 conference with the article entitled: "BullsEye: High-Precision Fiducial Tracking for Table-based Tangible Interaction”.

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INTERACT 2015 WS: Mediation and Meaning in HCI

This workshop is about computer mediation in human communication and action. The proponents all look at mediation from different angles, but share the view that meaning is what mediation is about. We aim to dig beneath the surface and touch on the conception, construction, negotiation and evolution of meaning in and of technology, for producers and consumers, before and after technology is deployed. Mediation and meaning will thus allow us to discuss how different segments and perspectives in HCI research can be brought together to give us new insights about how people interact with technology.

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Susanne Bødker

Office: bldg. 5346-122
Phone: +45 8715 6148

Kim Halskov

Professor with Special Responsiblities
Office: bldg. 5335-255
Phone: +45 8716 1982
Mobile: +45 28992251

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