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Conference Papers

C.13
  • EagleSense: Tracking People and Devices in Interactive Spaces using Real-Time Top-View Depth-Sensing
  • C. WuS. Houben and N. Marquardt
  • In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’17).
  • [~25% acceptance rate; 2424 submissions]
curationspace C.12
  • CurationSpace: Cross-Device Content Curation Using Instrumental Interaction
  • F. BrudyS. Houben, N. Marquardt and Y. Rogers
  • In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces (ISS’16).
  • [~29% acceptance rate; 121 submissions]
physikit C.11
wc C.10
  • WatchConnect: A Toolkit for Prototyping Smartwatch-Centric Cross-Device Applications
  • S. HoubenN. Marquardt
  • In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’15).
  • [~23% acceptance rate; 2150 submissions]
cscw C.9
  • Collaborative Affordances of Hybrid Patient Record Technologies in Medical Work
  • S. Houben, M. FrostJ.E. Bardram
  • In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. (CSCW’15), ACM, 12 pages
  • [~28,3% acceptance rate; 575 submissions]
asits C.8
  • ActivitySpace: Managing Device Ecologies in an Activity-Centric Configuration Space
  • S. Houben, P. TellJ.E. Bardram
  • In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS’14), ACM, 10 pages (Best Paper Honorable Mention Award – top 5%)
  • [~29% acceptance rate; 112 submissions]
hyprits C.7
  • HyPR Device: Mobile Support for Hybrid Patient Records
  • S. Houben, M. FrostJ.E. Bardram
  • In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS’14), ACM, 10 pages
  • [~29% acceptance rate; 112 submissions]
l-p C.6
  • Laevo: A Temporal Desktop Interface for Integrated Knowledge Work
  • S. JeurisS. HoubenJ.E. Bardram
  • In Proceedings of the 2014 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST’14), ACM, 10 pages
  • [~22,2% acceptance rate; 333 submissions]
noosphere C.5
  • NooSphere: An Activity-Centric Infrastructure for Distributed Interaction
  • S. Houben, S. Nielsen, M. Esbensen, J.E. Bardram
  • In Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM’13), ACM, 10 pages (bibtex)
  • [~33,6% acceptance rate; 107 submissions]
cAMCHI2013 C.4
C.3
  • ReticularSpaces: Activity-Based Computing Support for Physically Distributed and Collaborative Smart Spaces
  • J.E. BardramS. Gueddana, S. Houben and S. Nielsen. * (alphabetic author order)
  • In Proceedings of the 2012 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (CHI’12), ACM, 10 pages. (bibtex)
  • [~27% acceptance rate; 1532 submissions]
C.2
  • co-Activity Manager: Integrating Activity-Based Collaboration into the Desktop Interface
  • S. HoubenJ. VermeulenK. Luyten and K. Coninx
  • In Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI’12), ACM, 4 pages. (bibtex)
  • [~45% acceptance rate; 101 submissions]
C.1
  • The Design and Architecture of ReticularSpaces – an Activity-Based Computing Framework for Distributed and Collaborative Smart Spaces
  • J.E. BardramS. HoubenS. Nielsen and S. Gueddana
  • In Proceedings of the 4th ACM SIGCHI symposium on Engineering interactive computing systems (EICS’12). ACM, 4 pages. (bibtex)
  • [~22% acceptance rate; 95 submissions]

Book Chapters

icnbook B.2
  • Activity-Centric Support for the Distributed Configuration Problem in Clinical Work
  • S. Houben and J.E. Bardram 
  • To appear in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, iCareNet Book
bookchap B.1
  • Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case Studies Investigating Human Factors in Computing Systems
  • M. Frost and S. Houben
  • To appear in Synthesis Lectures on Assistive, Rehabilitative, and Health-Preserving Technologies 2.1 (2014): 1-129

Magazine and Journal Articles

J.3
J.2
  • Collaborative Affordances of Medical Records
  • J.E. Bardram and S. Houben (joint first author)
  • To appear in the Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 2017.
abc.ai J.1
  • Activity-Based Computing: Computational Management of Activities Reflecting Human Intention
  • J.E. BardramS. Jeuris and S. Houben
  • In special issue of the AI Magazine on PAIR and activity context-aware system architectures.

Demo Papers

D.2
perhealth D.1

Reviewed Work-in-progress Papers

WIP.4
WIP.3
  • Wristband.IO: Expanding Input and Output Spaces of a Smartwatch
  • L. Saviot, F. Brudy and S. Houben.
  • In CHI ’17 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA’17). ACM, 6 pages.
  • [~38.7% acceptance rate; 537 submissions]
WIP.2
  • ActivityDesk: Multi-Device Configuration Work using an Interactive Desk
  • S. Houben and J.E. Bardram
  • In CHI ’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA’13). ACM, 6 pages.
  • [~32% acceptance rate; 1963 submissions]
curiosity WIP.1
  • Overcoming Interaction Blindness through Curiosity Objects
  • S. Houben and C. Weichel
  • In CHI ’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA’13). ACM, 6 pages.
  • [~32% acceptance rate; 1963 submissions]

Organised Workshops

WS.6
crosssurface-its WS.5
crosssurface-chi WS.4
cross-surface WS.3
Sencity WS.2
ubicomp2013 WS.1

Juried Workshop papers

collocated W.10
md-ws W.9
watch-ws W.8
  • Challenges in Watch-Centric CrossDevice Applications
  • S. HoubenF. Brudy and N. Marquardt
  • In the workshop on Mobile Collocated Interactions: From Smartphones to Wearables (CHI’15)
phys-ws W.7
tele W.6
  • Wearable Laser Pointer Versus Head-Mounted Display for Tele-Guidance Applications?
  • S. Jalaliniya, T. Pederson and S. Houben
  • To appear in the adjunct proceedings of the 2014 International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC’14)
config W.5
  • Activity-Centric Configuration Work in Nomadic Computing
  •  S. Houben and J.E. Bardram
  • In the workshop HCI Research in Healthcare: Using Theory from Evidence to Practice (CHI’14)
time W.4
  • Temporal Model for Reflective Multitasking
  • S. Jeuris and S. Houben
  • In the workshop Avec le Temps! Time, Tempo, and Turns in Human-Computer Interaction (CHI’13)
fieldcare W.3
  • Experiences from the trenches in danish hospitals
  • M. Frost and S. Houben
  • In Workshop on hci.healthcare.fieldwork (CHI’13)
curiosity_ws W.2
  • Curiosity Objects: Using Curiosity to Overcome Interaction Blindness
  • S. Houben and C. Weichel
  • In workshop on Experiencing Interactivity in Public Spaces (CHI’13)
W.1

Other

TR.1

Theses

thesis T.3
  • An Activity-Centric Approach to Configuration Work in Distributed Interaction
  • S. Houben
  • Ph.D in Computer Science – Human-Computer Interaction thesis, Copenhagen, Denmark, IT University of Copenhagen, 2015
T.2
  • Activity Theory Applied to the Desktop Metaphor
  • S. Houben
  • M.Sc in Computer Science – Human-Computer Interaction thesis, Hasselt, Belgium. Hasselt University, 2011