Multi-channel Adaptive Context-sensitive (MAC) Systems:
Building Links Between Research Communities

Yudovitz Seminar Room, Wolfson Medical School

University of Glasgow, 15th May 2006

Attendance is encouraged from all researchers into the design, modelling and implementation of multi-channel, context-sensitive applications, in order to stimulate collaboration from those approaching the problem from a variety of approaches - for instance data-intensive internet applications, business process modelling, adaptive user interfaces or pervasive and ubiquitous systems. The programme includes a keynote presentation from Professor Anthony Finkelstein of University College and a number of papers from a variety of perspectives. As the goal of the workshop is to encourage cross-specialty fertilisation, the afternoon will be taken up with group discussions and we will invite short contributions from attenders on these topics.

In order to encourage attendance, the workshop is deliberately low cost. The costs, which cover proceedings and lunch, are as follows:

Paper presenters Free
Research Students Free
BCS HCI Group Members £25
Other Attendees £50

Payment will be due on the day in the form of cash or a cheque, but please e-mail the workshop organisers to register for the event. Meals will be arranged from the evenings of the 14th and 15th May which will need to be separately paid for. A page describing accomodation with university discounts is available here.

Accepted Papers

Model-Based Development of Interactive Systems - Integration of Visualization, Speech Interaction and Task Modelling Heidrun Schumann , Peter Forbrig , Antje Düsterhöft, Georg Fuchs, Daniel Reichart, Norman Biehl
Tool Support for an Evolutionary Design Process using Patterns Andreas Wolff, Peter Forbrig , Anke Dittmar, Daniel Reichart
Multi-channel Adaptive Context-sensitive Intermediation: Reconciling Marketing goals and Users Needs Vincent Chevrin, José Rouillard, Alain Derycke, Sébastien Sockeel
Discover, Monitor and Migrate Renata Bandelloni, Fabio Paterno, Zigor Salvador
How to Adapt Context to Mobile and Collaborative Learning? Jihen Malek, Mona Laroussi, Alain Derycke
A Principled MDE Framework for Plastic User Interfaces Lionel Balme, Alexandre Demeure, Jean-Sébastien Sottet, Joëlle Coutaz, Gaëlle Calvary, Jean-Marie Favre
Towards An Integrative Design Model for Multi-Device Context Aware Applications Richard Cooper and Xiaoqin Wu