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Domain Interaction
Domain - extra
Year 2014
Starting 1 oct 2014
Status Open
Subject Mobile Co-Adaptive Instruments
Thesis advisor MACKAY Wendy
Laboratory INRIA-Saclay EX-SITU (ancienne IN SITU)
Abstract We are developing a novel theoretical framework based on co-adaptive instruments that treat interaction between people and computers as a first-class object. The goal is to significantly empower users, providing a simpler, yet more powerful style of interaction with a coherent interface for controlling a variety of interactive devices, from interactive paper to smart phones to wall-sized displays.
The Ph.D. candidate will begin with a review of the related literature and conduct empirical studies of users, especially those who have difficulty using current mobile devices. Using participatory design techniques, the student will explore a variety of alternative co-adaptive instruments that enable users to interact successfully on mobile and other devices. After conducting field and laboratory experiments to test these co-adaptive instruments, the student will design and implement a toolkit that supports creation of mobile co-adaptive instruments.

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Details Download Mobile Co-Adaptive Instruments.pdf
Expected funding Institutional funding
Status of funding Expected
Candidates Jessalyn ALVINA, received her Master at Paris-Sud as an exchange student in Indonesia last year, and interned with InSitu before finishing her program in Indonesia.
user michel.beaudouin-lafon
Created Saturday 17 of May, 2014 00:23:46 CEST
LastModif Saturday 17 of May, 2014 00:23:46 CEST

Ecole Doctorale Informatique Paris-Sud

Nicole Bidoit
Stéphanie Druetta
Conseiller aux thèses
Dominique Gouyou-Beauchamps

ED 427 - Université Paris-Sud
UFR Sciences Orsay
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