TEI 2023 Accepted Papers

We are happy to announce the accepted papers for TEI23. 


  1. Laura Pruszko, Hongri Gu, Julien Bourgeois, Yann Laurillau, Céline Coutrix. Modular Tangible User Interfaces: Impact of Module Shape and Bonding Strength on Interaction.


  2. Julia Chatain, Rudolf Varga, Violaine Fayolle, Manu Kapur, Robert W. Sumner. Grounding Graph Theory in Embodied Concreteness with Virtual Reality.


  3. Karen Cochrane, Chau Nguyen, Yidan Cao, Noemi M. E. Roestel, Lee Jones, Audrey. Soft Switches: Co-Designing Fabric Buttons with Occupational Therapists for Children and Adolescence with Acquired Brain Injury.


  4. Vikram Mehta, Daniel Gooch, Arosha K Bandara, Blaine A. Price, Bashar Nuseibeh. A Card-based Ideation Toolkit to Generate Designs for Tangible Privacy Management Tools.


  5. Vilma Kankaanpää, Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas. Prototyping with Monkeys: Uncovering What Monkey Buttons Look Like.

  6. Ben Jelen, Amanda Lazar, Christina.  Harrington, Alisha Pradhan, Katie A. Siek. Speaking from Experience: Co-designing E-textile Projects with Older Adult Fiber Crafters.

  7. Vasco Xu, Ken Nakagaki. Xs: Interactive Scissor Mechanisms as Portable and Customizable Shape Changing UIs.


  8. Anniek Jansen, Sara Colombo. Mix & Match Machine Learning: an Ideation Toolkit to Design Machine Learning Enabled Solutions.


  9. Mafalda Gamboa, Mehmet Aydın Baytaş, Sjoerd Hendriks, Sara Ljungblad. Wisp: Drones as Companions for Breathing.


  10. Yuan Ren, Ahmed Sabbir Arif. Investigating a Force-Based Selection Method for Smartwatches in a 1D Fitts’ Law Study and Two New Character-Level Keyboards.


  11. Kaori Ikematsu, Kunihiro Kato. ShiftTouch: Extending Touchscreens with Passive Tangible Interfaces using Small Occluded Area for Discrete Touch Input.


  12. Stijn Ossevoort, Miguel Bruns. Embodying wind through Flare: how natural phenomena can contribute to enriching the design of interactive systems.


  13. Lee Jones, Alaa Nousir, Renee (Xinyu) Chen, Anne Liu, Meara Donovan, Eliza Wallace, Sara Nabil. Making From Home: Tangible Interfaces Designed By Users for Stay-at-home Living.


  14. Shahabedin Sagheb, Frank Wencheng Liu, Alex Vuong, Shiling Dai, Ryan Wirjadi, Yueming Bao, Robert LiKamWa. Geppetteau: Enabling haptic perceptions of virtual fluids in various vessel profiles using a string-driven haptic interface.


  15. Peizhong Gao, Tanhao Gao, Yanbin Yang, Zhenyuan Liu. Bamboo Agents: Release the Potential of Digital Craft by Decoding and Recoding Process.


  16. Yulia Sion, Claudia Diaz Reyes, David Lamas, Mohammad Mokhalled. Vibmory – Mapping Episodic Memories to Vibrotactile Patterns.


  17. Jessica Broscheit, Susanne Draheim, Kai von Luck, Qi Wang. Sentinel Species: Towards a Co-Evolutionary Relationship for Raising Awareness About the State of the Air.


  18. Jonas Kellermeyer, Jan Torpus, Toni Kovacevic, Sophie Stephanie Kellner, Cedric Julian Spindler. To Touch or not to Touch? Differences in Affordance Resonating with Materialities. Hard and Soft Sensors embedded in an Artistic Research Setting“.


  19. Laia Turmo Vidal, Yinchu Li, Martin Stojanov, Karin B Johansson, Beatrice Tylstedt, Lina Eklund. Towards Advancing Body Maps as Research Tool for Interaction Design.


  20. Courtney N. Reed, Andrew P. McPherson. The Body as Sound: Unpacking Vocal Embodiment through Auditory Biofeedback

Program Chairs

Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield Hallam University, England

Maki Sugimoto, Keio University, Japan

Pedro Sanches, Umeå University, Sweden – Interactive Technologies Institute (ITI)/Larsys, Protugal



26 February – 1 March 2023 in Warsaw, Poland in University of Warsaw Library and Copernicus Science Centre



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