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Social Intelligence For Tele-Healthcare


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SIFT Affiliated Workshops


Beyond Storytelling? From Thin To Thick With Video
Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference 2008 (EPIC 2008), 15th-18th October, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)
Jakob Hĝgel (Danish Film Institute)
For further information see the workshop webpage

Social Intelligence for Well-Being and Care (Cancelled due to too few submissions)
European Conference on Ambient Intelligence 2008 (AmI 2008), November 19th-22nd, Nürnberg, Germany.
William Green (Philips Research Europe)
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)
Boris De Ruyter (Philips Research Europe)
For further information see the workshop webpage

Challenges in Evaluating Usability and User Experience of Reality-Based Interaction
27th Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009), 4th-9th April, Boston, USA.
Georgios Christou (European University Cyprus)
Effie Lai-Chong Law (ETH Zürich)
William Green (Philips Research Europe)
Kasper Hornbĉk (University of Copenhagen)
For further information see the workshop webpage



Conferences and Workshop Participation


Between formal and informal care: The permeable boundaries of home and age-challenged caregiving
Biennial Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropology (EASA 2008), August 26-30, 2008, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)

Scale Adoption Framework for Evaluation (SAFE)
Meaningful Measures: Valid Useful User Experience Measurement (VUUM 2008), 18th June, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.
William Green (Philips Research Europe)
Greg Dunn (Philips Research Europe)
Jettie Hoonhout (Philips Research Europe)

Bodies, technologies, and the negotiation of age-challenged care practices in domestic spaces: Implications for socially appropriate telehealthcare technology
The 5th conference on Medical Anthropology At Home (MAAH 2008), May 8-11, 2008, Sonderborg, Denmark.
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)

The appropriateness of secrets and lies for socially intelligent tele-healthcare
27th Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2008) Workshop: Secrets and Lies in Computer-Mediated Interaction: Theory, Methods and Design, April 6th, Florence, Italy.
William Green (Philips Research Europe)

The relevance of nighttime activity for the design of socially appropriate telehealthcare for seniors
27th Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2008) Workshop: Night and Darkness: Interaction after Dark, April 6th, Florence, Italy.
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)



Invited Talks


An anthropological perspective on techno-animism and implications for the design of aging care technologies,
Socio - Anthropological Workshop on ICT and Ageing SENIOR, June 2-3, 2008, Brussels, Belgium.
Peter Lutz (Philips Research Europe)