PIT talk by Aurélien Tabard on Enriching Human Experiences with Traces of Past Activities

2016.05.18 | Marianne Dammand Iversen

Date Mon 23 May
Time 12:15 13:00
Location 5335-395 Nygaard Møderum

Abstract :
   As information technology becomes increasingly integrated in most facets of our lives, so do the digital traces we leave behind. In this talk, I will present projects that tackle the questions of how we might organizethese traces, control them but also how to leverage them so that they can enrich our lives, by supporting reflection, social engagement or productivity.

Bio :
   Aurélien Tabard is an Assistant Professor at Université Lyon 1. He worked previously at the University of Munich and the IT University of Copenhagen, and graduated from Université Paris Sud. His research in HCI focuses on how Activity Based Computing can accommodate ill defined activities, scaffolded activities and activities spanning across various people, places, devices and time.

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