Stockholm Schedule

This is the draft schedule for the Stockholm week of the Summer School:

Monday, 21.08.2017
09:00 Introduction (Jan Gulliksen, Åsa Cajander)
09:30 Speed Dating
10:00 Fika
10:15 Pecha Kucha
(submit before 17.08.2017)
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Action Research and the Challenges of Research in the wild
(Jan Gulliksen, Åsa Cajander)
14:45 Fika
15:00 45 years of HCI and Medical Informatics
(Bengt Sandblad)
17:30 Social Gathering / Reception
Tuesday, 22.08.2017 – Uppsala Day
9:00 Welcome
9:15  Establishing Medical Records Online for Patients in Sweden: A Winding Journey
(Benny Eklund)
10:30 Fika
11:00 The Professionals’ Perspective
(Christiane Grünloh, Åsa Cajander)
11:30 The Patients’ Perspective
(Jonas Moll)
12:00 Lunch and Sightseeing
14:00 The Implementation of a new digital operations plannings system: What went well; what were the problems, and what have we learned from this?
(Birgitta Wallgren, UCC)
14:50 Fika
15:15 Practical consequences on the floor of child surgery – how it works in practice
(Gunnar Enlund, UCC)
16:15 – 16:45 The dream of integration that vanished – or at least took much longer than expected
(Gunnar Enlund, UCC)
 18:00 – 20:30 (Optional) Dinner at Basilico
Svartbäcksgatan 24, Uppsala
Please fill in Doodle, and food order by
August 17th, 15:00
Wednesday, 23.08.2017
In this workshop you’ll get a hands-on experience with a multitude of the current technologies being put to use for both entertainment and more practical and commercial applications, e.g. VR/AR/MR, high resolution interactive graphics, 3D, 3D-printing, game mechanics; several interaction techniques, e.g. gesture, gaze, speech, multi-touch etc.
Location: KTH Visualization Studio VIC, Room, Facebook
The workshop is divided into three parts:

1) Orientation in the tech landscape, including a long list of interactive demonstrations of the different digital technologies.
2) Introduction to modelling in 3D and an orientation of the possibilities of 3D-printing plus a practical hands-on activity where the created models are printed.
3) A games workshop where parallel groups work on the different components that are typically part of game development projects, e.g. physics, AI, lighting and texturing, sound, and game mechanics. At the end, the participants will get to play the game.

9:00 Welcome
9:30 Part 1: Orientation in the tech landscape
11:30 Lunch
12:30 Part 2: 3D-modelling and 3D-printing
14:30 Fika
15:00 Part 3: Games workshop
16:15 – 16:45 Challenges in research through design: What happens when we design to produce knowledge?
(Jonas Löwgren)
17:00 Finale: Playing the built game
Thursday, 24.08.2017
 9:00 Soma Designing – the role of first person perspectives in designing for health & wellbeing (Kristina Höök, KTH)
 11:00 Group project
 12:00 Lunch
 13:00 ICT and sustainability
(Elina Eriksson, KTH)
 14:30 Group project
 18:30 Dinner at Konstnärsbaren
Friday, 25.08.2017
9:00 Movement matters
(Helena Tobiasson, KTH)
10:00 Group project
11:00 VR technologies for Phobic treatment
(Johan Lundin, Joakim Blendulf, and Hedda Nyman, SLL, Anders Lundström, KTH)
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Group project
14:00 – 16:00 Project presentation, and EIT innovation award ceremony
(Gavin Doherty, Jan Gulliksen and Åsa Cajander)

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