MONDAY 27 September  PROCEEDINGS       
9.00 Welcome and Keynote
Chair: Hans-W. Gellersen
  Welcome by Peter Weibel, Director of the Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
Abstract Keynote: Design Probes for Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing
Harold Thimbleby, University of Middlesex, UK
10.15 1A: Handheld and Wearable Appliances
Chair: Pertti Huuskonen
1B: Location-based Services
Chair: Peter J. Brown
The Children's Machines: Handheld and Wearable Computers Too
B Mikhak, F Martin, R Berg, M Resnick, B Silverman; MIT Media Lab, USA
Scalable and Flexible Location-based Services for Ubiquitous Information Access
R Jose and N Davies; University of Minho, Portugal / Lancaster University, UK
Pocket BargainFinder: A Disruptive Technology for Augmented Commerce (short paper)
A Brody and E Gottsman; Andersen Consulting, USA
Enabling context-awareness from network-level location tracking (short paper)
P Couderc and AM Kermarrec; IRISA, France
11.00 Coffee
11.30 2A: Smart Devices and Smart Environments
Chair: Harold Thimbleby
2B: Handhelds in Distributed Systems
Chair: John Bates
Perceptual Intelligence
A Pentland, MIT Media Lab, USA
Handheld Computing Predictions: What Went Wrong ? (short paper)
JP Allen, University of Cambridge, UK
Advanced Interaction in Context
A Schmidt, KA Aidoo, A Takaluoma, U Tuomela, K Van Laerhoven, W Van de Velde; University of Karlsruhe, Germany; Starlab, Belgium; Nokia Mobile Phones, Finland
The Open-End Argument for Private Computing
T Stabell-Kulo, F Dillema, T Fallmyr; University of Tromso, Norway
Exploring Brick-Based Navigation and Composition in an Augmented Reality
M Fjeld, F Voorhorst, M Bichsel, K Lauche, M Rauterberg, H Krueger; ETH Zurich, Switzerland / Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Integrating PDAs into Distributed Systems: 2k and PalmORB
M Roman, A Singhai, D Carvalho, C Hess and R Campbell; University of Illinois, USA
  Designing Information Appliances using a Resource Replication Model (short paper)
MJ Silva, AP Afonso; University of Lisbon, Portugal
13.00 Lunch
14.00
Poster Overview
Poster Exhibition
 
Coffee
15.30 3A: Panel
Chair: Robert Aiken
3B: Handheld/Wearable CSCW
Chair: Elaine Hyder
Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing
Organizer: RJ Aiken, Cisco Systems, USA
ActiveMap: A Visualization Tool for Location Awareness to Support Informal Interactions
JF McCarthy and ES Meidel; Andersen Consulting, USA
Panelists:
RJ Aiken, Cisco Systems, USA,
J Bates, University of Cambridge, UK,
T Blackadar, FITSENSE, USA,
K Wulf, University of Ulm, Germany
Close Encounters: Supporting Mobile Collaboration Through Interchange of User Profiles
G Kortuem, Z Segall, TG Cowan Thompson; University of Oregon, USA
  A Digital Photography Framework Supporting Social Interaction and Affective Awareness (short paper)
O Liechti, T Ichikawa; University of Hiroshima, Japan
   
19.00 Reception in the Media Museum
 
 

TUESDAY

28 September 
   
9.00 Keynote
Introduction: Peter Thomas
 Abstract Maintaining Context and Control in a Digital World
Phil Stenton, HP Labs, UK
Coffee
10.15 4A: Context-Aware Mobile Applications
Chair: Gerald Q. Maguire Jr.
4B: Interacting with Environments
Chair: Nick Wainwright
The Role of Connectivity in Supporting Context-Sensitive Applications
K Cheverst, N Davies, K Mitchel, A Friday; Lancaster University, UK
Token-Based Access to Digital Information
LE Holmquist, J Redström and P Ljungstrand; Viktoria Institute, Sweden
Issues in Developping Context-Aware Computing Applications
J Pascoe, N Ryan, D Morse; University of Kent, UK / The Open University, UK
InfoStick: an interaction device for Inter-Appliance Computing
N Kohtake, J Rekimoto, Y Anzai; Keio University, Japan / Sony CSL, Japan
RAMSES: a mobile computing system for field archaeology
M Ancona, G Dodero, V Gianuzzi; University of Genova, Italy
Using Spatial Collocation for Coordination in Ubiquitous Computing Environments
M Beigl; University of Karlsruhe, Germany
  Amplifying Reality (short paper)
J Falk, J Redström, S Björk; Viktoria Institute, Sweden
Coffee
12.00 Keynote
Introduction: Walter Van de Velde
 Abstract Everywhere Messaging
Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab, USA
13.00 Lunch
14.30 5A: PanelChair: Gregory Abowd and Anind Dey 5B: Interacting with Handhelds
Chair: Peter Thomas
Towards a Better Understanding of Context and Context-Awareness
Organizer: A dey and G Abowd, Georgia Tech, USA
Designing Interaction Styles for the Mobile Use Context
S Kristoffersen, F Ljungberg; Norsk Regnesentral, Norway / Viktoria Institute, Sweden
Panelists:
P Brown, University of Kent, UK,
Pete Steggles, AT&T Laboratories Cambridge, UK,
M Smith, HP Labs, Palo Alto, USA,
N Davies, University of Lancaster, UK
POBox: An Efficient Text Input Method for Handheld and Ubiquitous Computers
T Masui; Sony CSL, Japan
16.00 Coffee
16.30 Keynote
Introduction: Jeffrey Shaw
 Abstract Mobile, Ubiquitous, and the Sense of Space
Marco Susani, Domus Academy Milan, Italy

WEDNESDAY

29 September 
   
  Full-Day Workshops Half-Day Tutorials
More information on workshops and tutorials. The Future of Fun II:
Handheld & Ubiquitous Fun

Organizer: LE Holmquist, Viktoria Institute, Sweden
Wearable Computers: Beyond Handheld Computing (morning)
Mark Billinghurst, HITLAB, University of Washington, USA
Handheld Computing in the Field
Organizer: DR Morse, The Open University, UK and NS Ryan, University of Kent, UK
The PalmPilot and Information Retrieval (morning)
Ray Rischpater, Spyglass, USA
Communicating Appliances: The Enabling Technologies
Organizer: E McDonnell and H Oliver, HP Labs, Bristol, UK
An Introduction to Developing WAP Applications (afternoon)
Steve Mann, Creative Digital Publishing, USA