The Graduate Student Consortium (GSC) is a one day forum where PhD students meet and discuss their work with each other and a panel of experienced TEI researchers in an informal and interactive setting. The selected applicants are at various stages of their PhD, but all already have a clear understanding of their main research question and approach. A selection was made based on a short paper describing the PhD project and ongoing work, plus a 1-page statement of motivation.
The GSC takes place on Sunday 14 February.
Crafting Tangible Interaction to Prompt Visitors’ Engagement in House Museums
Towards Self-Aware Materials
Exploring the Design Space of Tangible Systems Supported for Early Reading Acquisition in Children with Dyslexia
Min Fan, Alissa N. Antle, Emily S. Cramer
Embodied Spatial Thinking in Tangible Computing
Brendan Alexander Harmon
Performance-Led Design of Computationally Generated Audio for Interactive Applications
Christian Heinrichs, Andrew McPherson
Designing for the Mindbody in Technology-Mediated Music-Making
Exploring 3D Printed Interaction
Designing Posture Monitoring Garments to Support Rehabilitation