ACM ISS 2022
Sun 20 - Thu 24 November 2022 Wellington, New Zealand

Accepted Papers

Title
Perceived Affordances in Programmable Matter
Doctoral Symposium
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Piano Learning and Improvisation Through Adaptive Visualisation and Digital Augmentation
Doctoral Symposium
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Social VR for Socially Isolated Adolescents with Significant Illnesses
Doctoral Symposium
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XR for Improving Cardiac Electrophysiology Training
Doctoral Symposium
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Call for Contributions

The ACM ISS Doctoral Symposium (DS) provides Ph.D. students with the opportunity to meet and discuss their work with each other and a panel of experienced researchers in an informal and interactive setting. Participants can expect the chance to present their dissertation research in a supportive environment and to receive constructive expert and peer feedback on their research topics and possible career paths in both academia and industry. The Symposium aims to support community building by connecting beginning and established researchers. The ideal time to apply to participate in the DS is when some progress has been made in Ph.D. research and a path to completion is planned but could benefit from outside opinions and refinement.

All research topics suitable for the ACM ISS Conference and associated workshops are appropriate for the DS. The DS chairs aim to achieve diversity among the student participants, including diversity across research groups and geographical areas. Refer to previous years’ proceedings for examples: https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3280295

All Ph.D. students are welcome to apply regardless of whether they are presenting at the main conference or not. Each submission will be reviewed by the DS chairs to assess its suitability for the DS, as well as additional expert reviewers when necessary. Authors of accepted submissions will present their work in a dedicated session and registration will be free for PhD students who do not present any other papers during the conference.

Submission

Every submission should include: * an extended abstract - no more than six pages in pdf format according to ACM Master Article Submission Template,

PhD Students should submit an extended abstract that describes:

  • the problem that the thesis aims to address;
  • the broad approach and how it builds upon and goes beyond key relevant previous work;
  • the work completed and the plan for the full dissertation work;
  • open questions/issues for discussion and/or what you want to get out of participating in the symposium.

Completed work may be presented as an overview or highlighting a particularly important part in depth.

Submissions should not be anonymized for review.

We encourage authors of papers in all tracks submitted to ISS 2022 to apply to the DC. As ISS 2022 will be a hybrid conference, there will be opportunities to participate in the DC physically and in person.

Venue Details

Contact

If you have any questions, please reach out to doctoral2022@iss.acm.org

Dates
Tracks
Plenary
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Sun 20 Nov

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09:00 - 10:30
Session 1Doctoral Symposium at Workshop Room - RHMZ05
Chair(s): Aaron J. Quigley University of New South Wales

Zoom: https://vuw.zoom.us/my/iss2022ds

09:00
30m
Talk
Welcome and Introduction
Doctoral Symposium
P: Aaron J. Quigley University of New South Wales, P: Rachel Blagojevic Massey University, P: Jason Leigh Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, P: Anne Roudaut University of Bristol
09:30
30m
Talk
Perceived Affordances in Programmable Matter
Doctoral Symposium
Khyati Priya Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
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10:00
30m
Talk
XR for Improving Cardiac Electrophysiology Training
Doctoral Symposium
Nisal Manisha Udawatta Kankanamge Don Victoria University of Wellington
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10:30 - 11:00
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Break
Catering and Social Events

12:30 - 13:30
12:30
60m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering and Social Events

Mon 21 Nov

Displayed time zone: Auckland, Wellington change

16:30 - 17:00
Posters MadnessPosters at Rutherford House Lecture Theatre 2
Chair(s): Rafael Kuffner University of Leeds, Daniel Medeiros University of Glasgow
16:30
3m
Talk
Evaluation of Grasp Posture Detection Method using Corneal Reflection Images through a Crowdsourced Experiment
Posters
Xiang Zhang Keio University, Kaori Ikematsu Yahoo; Tohoku University, Kunihiro Kato Tokyo University of Technology, Yuta Sugiura Keio University
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16:33
3m
Talk
GesPlayer: Using Augmented Gestures to Empower Video Players
Posters
Xiang Li University of Cambridge, Yuzheng Chen Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Xiaohang Tang University of Liverpool
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16:37
3m
Talk
Impact on the Quality of Interpersonal Relationships by Proximity Using the Ventriloquism Effect in a Virtual Environment
Posters
Azusa Yamazaki University of Tsukuba, Naoto Wakatsuki University of Tsukuba, Koichi Mizutani Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba, Yukihiko Okada University of Tsukuba, Keiichi Zempo University of Tsukuba
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16:41
3m
Talk
Retzzles: Engaging Users Towards Retention Through Touchscreen Puzzles
Posters
Nikola Kovačević University of Primorska, Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies, Maheshya Weerasinghe University of Primorska, Jordan Aiko Deja University of Primorska
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16:45
3m
Talk
Swipe-and-Tap Functional Programming
Posters
Michael Homer Victoria University of Wellington, A: Craig Anslow Victoria University of Wellington
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16:48
3m
Talk
Video Analysis of Hand Gestures for Distinguishing Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Posters
Ryota Matsui Keio University, Takuya Ibara Tokyo medical and dental university, Kazuya Tsukamoto Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Takafumi Koyama Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Koji Fujita Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Yuta Sugiura Keio University
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16:52
3m
Talk
Virtual Tabletops (VTT) for Role-Playing Games (RPG) and Do-It-Yourself (DYI) interactive surfaces as examples of vernacular design
Posters
Jan K. Argasiński Jagiellonian University
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16:56
3m
Poster
Spatialphonic360: Accuracy of the Arbitrary Sound Image Presentation Using Surrounding Parametric Speakers
Posters
Noko Kuratomo University of Tsukuba, Japan, Hiroki Uchida University of Tsukuba, Tadashi Ebihara University of Tsukuba, Japan, Naoto Wakatsuki University of Tsukuba, Koichi Mizutani Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba, Keiichi Zempo University of Tsukuba
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17:30 - 20:00
Posters, Demos, Doctoral Symposium Evening SessionPosters / Doctoral Symposium at Rutherford House Mezzanine
Chair(s): Rachel Blagojevic Massey University, Steven Houben TU Eindhoven, Rafael Kuffner University of Leeds, Jason Leigh Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Can Liu City University of Hong Kong, Daniel Medeiros University of Glasgow, Aaron J. Quigley University of New South Wales, Anne Roudaut University of Bristol
17:30
12m
Talk
Video Analysis of Hand Gestures for Distinguishing Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Posters
Ryota Matsui Keio University, Takuya Ibara Tokyo medical and dental university, Kazuya Tsukamoto Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Takafumi Koyama Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Koji Fujita Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Yuta Sugiura Keio University
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17:42
12m
Talk
Evaluation of Grasp Posture Detection Method using Corneal Reflection Images through a Crowdsourced Experiment
Posters
Xiang Zhang Keio University, Kaori Ikematsu Yahoo; Tohoku University, Kunihiro Kato Tokyo University of Technology, Yuta Sugiura Keio University
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17:55
12m
Talk
Virtual Tabletops (VTT) for Role-Playing Games (RPG) and Do-It-Yourself (DYI) interactive surfaces as examples of vernacular design
Posters
Jan K. Argasiński Jagiellonian University
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18:07
12m
Talk
Swipe-and-Tap Functional Programming
Posters
Michael Homer Victoria University of Wellington, A: Craig Anslow Victoria University of Wellington
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18:20
12m
Talk
Impact on the Quality of Interpersonal Relationships by Proximity Using the Ventriloquism Effect in a Virtual Environment
Posters
Azusa Yamazaki University of Tsukuba, Naoto Wakatsuki University of Tsukuba, Koichi Mizutani Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba, Yukihiko Okada University of Tsukuba, Keiichi Zempo University of Tsukuba
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18:32
12m
Talk
Retzzles: Engaging Users Towards Retention Through Touchscreen Puzzles
Posters
Nikola Kovačević University of Primorska, Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies, Maheshya Weerasinghe University of Primorska, Jordan Aiko Deja University of Primorska
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18:45
12m
Talk
GesPlayer: Using Augmented Gestures to Empower Video Players
Posters
Xiang Li University of Cambridge, Yuzheng Chen Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Xiaohang Tang University of Liverpool
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18:57
12m
Talk
Perceived Affordances in Programmable Matter
Doctoral Symposium
Khyati Priya Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
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19:10
12m
Talk
Piano Learning and Improvisation Through Adaptive Visualisation and Digital Augmentation
Doctoral Symposium
Jordan Aiko Deja University of Primorska
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19:22
12m
Talk
Social VR for Socially Isolated Adolescents with Significant Illnesses
Doctoral Symposium
Udapola Balage Hansi Shashiprabha Udapola Victoria University of Wellington
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19:35
12m
Talk
XR for Improving Cardiac Electrophysiology Training
Doctoral Symposium
Nisal Manisha Udawatta Kankanamge Don Victoria University of Wellington
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19:47
12m
Poster
Spatialphonic360: Accuracy of the Arbitrary Sound Image Presentation Using Surrounding Parametric Speakers
Posters
Noko Kuratomo University of Tsukuba, Japan, Hiroki Uchida University of Tsukuba, Tadashi Ebihara University of Tsukuba, Japan, Naoto Wakatsuki University of Tsukuba, Koichi Mizutani Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba, Keiichi Zempo University of Tsukuba
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