Łódź Summer School on Methods in HCI

Photo by Paweł Olejniczak

A SIGCHI sponsored event

Łódź, Poland, 7-14 July 2017.

Open Lectures in Human-Computer Interaction
Part of the Łódź Summer School on Methods in HCI

All lectures take place in Aula IFE and start at 9 am.

Saturday 8/7
Orit Shaer, Wellesley College, USA
Reality Based Interaction for Learning and Discovery

Sunday 9/7
Andrew L. Kun, University of New Hampshire, USA
HCI and Vehicles

Monday 10/7
Jennifer Marlow, FXPAL, USA
Designing Video Communication Tools: Social and Technical Challenges

Tuesday 11/7
Erin Brady, IUPUI, USA
Accessibility in HCI

Wednesday 12/7
Morten Fjeld, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
“What is now proved was once only imagined”: Imagination and Proof in HCI

Thursday 13/7
Jacek Kucharski, Lodz Univerisity of Technology, Poland
Intro to fuzzy logic for HCI students

All lectures are part of the Łódź HCI Summer School

This school is aimed at students who are interested in a comprehensive overview of methods in HCI and embracing the variety of the field’s methodologies. We will solidify and grow the relatively small Eastern-European HCI community and create new connections with the global SIGCHI network. We planned an exciting week with impromptu studies, public events, interesting lecturers and great opportunities for networking.