Halfway to the Future 2019

HttF 2019

Panel themes

The symposium will be organised around six key themes, and each theme will have a keynote led by an invited speaker. Each keynote will discuss an influential piece of work that has had a profound impact on the design and research communities. Upon submission on your paper, you will be asked to recommend which panel your work most aligns with.

Please read the submission guidance before submitting your papers. This guidance also includes the templates you should use to prepare your submission.

Ubiquitous Computing

Mixed Reality

Orchestrating a Mixed Reality Performance

A keynote by Steve Benford (University of Nottingham)

Artificial Intelligence, Humans & Machines

Human-Machine Reconfigurations: Plans and Situated Actions

A conversation between Lucy Suchman (Lancaster University), who will be attending remotely, and Alex Taylor (City, University of London)

Arts & Design-led Approaches

Ambiguity as a Resource for Design

A keynote by Bill Gaver (Goldsmiths, University of London)

Public & Private Spaces

New Approaches to Research & Design

When second wave HCI meets third wave challenges

A keynote by Susanne Bødker (Aarhus University)