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TecO,
University of Karlsruhe

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Workshop on ‘Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing’ at CHI 2000, 3rd of April 2000

Benjamin Bostwick, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Innovative User Interfaces that use Mobile Devices at the Same Time as PCs
bb46@andrew.cmu.edu

Barry Brumitt, Microsoft Research, USA
Better Living Through Geometry
barry@microsoft.com

Keith Cheverst, Lancaster University, UK
Using Context as a Crystal Ball: Rewards and Pitfalls
kc@comp.lancs.ac.uk

Phil Cohen, USA
POSITION PAPER
pcohen@cse.ogi.edu

Peter Coschurba, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
Methaphors for Context-Aware Information Access
Peter.Coschurba@informatik.uni-stuttgart.de

Richard W. DeVaul, MIT Media Lab, USA
The Memory Glasses
rich@dev-null.devaul.org

Sara Eriksen, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden
On the Multifariousness of Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing
ser@mailix.ide.hk-r.se

Andrew Fano, Andersen Consulting, USA
What are a Location s File and Edit Menus?
afano@cstar.ac.com

Sabine Geldof, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Talking wearables exploit context
sabine@arti.vub.ac.be

Matina Halkia, Starlab, Belgium
The role of roomware and sensing technology for supporting narratives in ubiquitous computing environments
matina@starlab.net

Jason Hong,University of California at Berkeley, USA
A Context / Communication Information Agent
jasonh@cs.berkeley.edu

Anthony Jameson, University of Saarbrücken, Germany
Empirically Based Decision-Theoretic Methods for Situated Interaction
jameson@cs.uni-sb.de

Gerd Kortuem, University of Oregon, USA
Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing
kortuem@cs.uoregon.edu

Patrizia Marti, University of Siena, Italy
Situated Interaction in Art Settings
marti@lettere.media.unisi.it

Irene Mavrommati, Computer Technology Institute, Greece
Position paper regarding situated interaction in ubiquitous computing
irene.mavrommati@cti.gr

Joseph F. McCarthy, Andersen Consulting, USA
Active Environments:Sensing and Responding to Groups of People
mccarthy@cstar.ac.com

Marilyn Panayi University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Magic of Today: Tomorrow s Technology - Wearables for Kids
panayi@nis.sdu.dk

Thomas Pederson, Umeå University, Sweden
Magic Touch: A Simple Object Location Tracking System Enabling the Development of Physical-Virtual Artefactsin Office Environments
top@cs.umu.se

Thai-Lai Pham, Siemens Corporate Research, USA
Composite Device Computing Environment: A Framework for Augmenting the PDA Using Surrounding Resources
pham@scr.siemens.com

Michael Samulowitz, University of Munich/Siemens AG, Germany
Designing a Hierarchy of User Models for Context-Aware Applications
samulo@nm.informatik.uni-muenchen.de

Nitin Sawhney, MIT Media Lab, USA
Aware Community Portals: Shared Information Appliances for Transitional Spaces
nitin@media.mit.edu

Albrecht Schmidt, TecO, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing
albrecht@teco.edu

Norbert Streitz, GMD-IPSI, Darmstadt, Germany
The role of roomware and sensing technology for supporting narratives in ubiquitous computing environments
streitz@darmstadt.gmd.de

Mark Stringer,  XRCE Cambridge, UK
Towards a Deeper Understanding of Task Interruption
mark.stringer@xrce.xerox.com

Walter Van de Velde, Starlab, Belgium
Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing
http://www.starlab.net

Kristof Van Laerhoven, Starlab, Belgium
Teaching Context to Applications
kristof@starlab.net

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