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Important dates and program

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Conference venue

Accommodation and travel info

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Preliminary program

Preliminary program is available here (pdf) .

Important dates

Please note that all dates are currently provisional and may be subject to change.

- 19rd February 2008: First call for papers

- 30th April 2008: Papers due for submission

- 30th May 2008: Notification of acceptance

- 20th June 2008: Final (camera ready) versions of papers due

- 23th June 2008: Posters and demos due for submission

- 8th August 2008: Notification of poster and demo acceptance

- 15th - 16th September: Haptic and Audio Interaction Design Workshop

Program

Paper presentations (not scheduled yet so the order is random):

Thomas Hermann and Risto Koiva: “tacTiles for Ambient Intelligence and Interactive Sonification”

Richard Hall, Hemang Rathod, Mauro Maiorca, Ioanna Ioannou, Edmund Kazmierczak, Stephen O Leary and Peter Harris: “Towards Haptic Performance Analysis Using K-Metrics”

Martin Pielot, Niels Henze, Wilko Heuten and Susanne Boll: “Evaluation of Continuous Direction Encoding with Tactile Belts”

Erika Tanhua-Piiroinen, Virpi Pasto, Roope Raisamo and Eva-Lotta Sallnäs: “Supporting Collaboration between Visually Impaired and Sighted Children in a Multimodal Learning Environment”

Maria Jokiniemi, Roope Raisamo, Jani Lylykangas and Veikko Surakka: ”Crossmodal rhythm perception”

Delphine Devallez, Davide Rocchesso and Federico Fontana: “An Audio-Haptic Interface Concept Based on Depth Information”

Ricardo Pedrosa, Karon MacLean: “Perceptually Informed Roles for Haptic Feedback in Expressive Music Controllers”

Angela Chang and Conor O’Sullivan: “An Audio-Haptic Aesthetic Framework Influenced by Visual Theory”

Otniel Portillo-Rodriguez, Oscar O. Sandoval-Gonzalez, Emanuele Ruffaldi, Rosario Leonardi, Carlo Alberto Avizzano and Massimo Bergamasco: “Real-Time Gesture Recognition, Evaluation and Feed-Forward Correction of a Multimodal Tai-Chi Platform“

Tiago Reis, Marco de Sá, Luís Carriço: “Multimodal Interaction: Real Context Studies on Mobile Digital Artefacts”

Victor V. Kryssanov, Shizuka Kumokawa, Igor Goncharenko, and Hitoshi Ogawa: ”A System for Multimodal Exploration of Social Spaces”

M. Ercan Altinsoy: “The Effect of Auditory Cues on the Audiotactile Roughness Perception: Modulation Frequency and Sound Pressure Level”

Antti Pirhonen and Kai Tuuri: “In Search for an Integrated Design Basis for Audio and Haptics”

Contact

Antti Pirhonen
University of Jyväskylä
Finland
email: pianta(at)jyu.fi