Human-Computer Studies Group Colloquia 2009

Important: Building security is strict. If you want to join a colloquium and do not have access to Science Park 107, please register with our secretary Saskia van Loo. When you announce your presence at the reception you will get a pass to enter and exit the building. In your registration email, please use "[HCS Colloquium] Registration" as a subject. Make sure to register at least one day in advance (during office hours).

Day Date Time Location Speaker Title Details
Wednesday February 25th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Bert Bredeweg DynaLearn: Engaging and informed tools for learning conceptual system knowledge Details
Wednesday March 11th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Joost Breuker Towards a legal calculator: Automated Legal Assessment using OWL DL Details
Wednesday April 22th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Maarten van Someren Learning to see and to communicate Details
Wednesday October 7th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.09 Vanessa Evers Postponed to 7th of October!
Wednesday July 1st 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Lynda Hardman Creating interfaces for emerging information technology and developing information technology for tasks that do not yet exist HCS-only
Wednesday September 2th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Andre Valente (Alelo) Tactical Language and Culture Training Systems: Using AI to Teach Foreign Languages and Cultures Details
Wednesday September 9th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.09 Jorge Gracia Techniques for Semantic Heterogeneity Reduction on the Web. Details
Thursday October 8th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Frank Nack Mobility as a Challenge for Interactive Storytelling Details
Wednesday October 7th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.09 Vanessa Evers Postponed
Thursday October 29th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.09 Jacobijn Sandberg Teaching language and music through mobile technology Details
Wednesday November 11th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Wouter van Joolingen Drawings as a means to support dynamic modeling activities. Details
Wednesday November 18th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Wouter Jansweijer (tentatively) Postponed
Wednesday December 16th 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Bob Wielinga

Human-Computer Studies Group Colloquia 2010

Day Date Time Location Speaker Title Details
Wednesday January 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Hamideh Afsarmanesh Details
Wednesday February 16.00-17.00 Science Park 107, room F0.13 Andi Winterboer Details