OpenHealth 2011

OpenHealth的工作坊特邀曾任教於 MIT Media Lab(Context Aware Computing Group),現任教於卡內基美隆大學的教授Ted Selker,以探索健康生活為主題,歡迎對互動設計與智慧運算有興趣學子們,與大師共同激盪出有趣、有創意的健康生活新方案。

本工作坊以「健康生活」為概念下,延伸出四個主題:居家飲食照護。每個主題會由不同助教所引導,利用各種有趣的腦力激盪方法,讓不同領域的學員們共同激盪出有創意的概念與互動原形,並結合自己擅長的技術與專長,在密集的工作坊中發揮最大的潛力。


工作坊資訊

工作坊日期:2011年11月13日星期天
報名日期:2011年10月27日 ~ 2011年11月5日
公布學員名單:2011年11月8日
費用:免費
活動地點:台灣大學資訊系德田館


報名資訊

報名資格:碩博士研究生,科系不限
報名方式:請依格式填入後,將報名資訊寄到 openhealth2011@gmail.com
(1) 基本資料 (姓名、系級、電話、電子信箱)
(2) 參與工作坊動機
(100字)
(3) 選一主題:居家、飲食、城市、照護,發表自己的觀察與想法 (150字)
(4) 擅長的技術與技能
(5) 可附上任何作品集或網站

- 基於工作坊品質的掌控,名額有限,故採資格
審核制。
本工作坊將以參與動機、問題觀察、專業能力等為錄取與否的審核標準。
  
- 錄取學員將以電子信件通知



講師簡介


Prof. Ted Selker 曾任教於 MIT Media Lab(Context Aware Computing Group),現任教於卡內基美隆大學。他是一位傑出的工程師與設計師,個人擁有無數專利,更發明出 IBM ThinkPad 電腦上的紅點滑鼠(Track Point),享譽全球。

個人網站:http://www.cmu.edu/silicon-valley/faculty-staff/selker-ted.html
LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ted-selker/5/124/684







Education

Ph.D. 1992, Computer Science, City University of New York

Overview:

Dr. Ted Selker is Associate Director of the CyLab Mobility Research Center at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley and a visiting scholar at Stanford computer science department. He is well known for guiding, demonstrating and speaking about strategic emerging technology opportunities. He specializes in seeding strategic conversations and in creating targeted workshops to teach and guide invention and innovation. Ted spent ten years as an associate Professor at the MIT Media Laboratory where he created the Context Aware Computing group, co-directed the Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, and directed a CI/IDI: kitchen of the future/ product design of the future project. His work is noted for creating demonstrations of a world in which intentions are recognized and respected in complex domains, such as kitchens, cars, on phones and in email. Ted’s work takes the form of prototyping concept products supported by cognitive science research.

His successes at targeted product creation and enhancement earned him the role of IBM Fellow and director of User Systems Ergonomics Research. He has served as a consulting professor at Stanford University, taught at Hampshire, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Brown Universities and worked at Xerox PARC and Atari Research Labs.

Ted's innovation has been responsible for profitable and award winning products ranging from notebook computers to operating systems. For example, his design of the TrackPoint in-keyboard pointing device is used in many notebook computers, his visualizations have made impacts ranging from improving the performance of the PowerPC to usability OS/2 Thinkpad setup to Google maps, his adaptive help system has been the basis of products as well. Ted’s work has resulted in numerous awards, patents, and papers and has often been featured in the press. Ted was co-recipient of the Computer Science Policy Leader Award for Scientific American 50 in 2004, the American Association for People with Disabilities Thomas Paine Award for his work on voting technology in 2006 and the Telluride Tech fest award in 2008.



演講資訊

題目:Understanding Considerate Systems - UCS (pronounced: You See Us)
演講人:Prof. Ted Selker
主持人:Prof. Jane Yung-Jen Hsu
地點:台灣大學德田館 R102
摘要:
Interactions between people occur in a social realm. On the other hand, “things”, including devices for 
communication and computation, are generally socially deficient. Imagine socially aware systems moving from an interruption model of communication to an introduction model. To create considerate systems, there is a need to model social context, social behavior, and communication goals.

This talk describes early systems that work to understand and eliminate the socially disruptive qualities of the ubiquitous systems people increasingly use and rely on in all aspects of their  personal, educational, social and business lives. We show performance improving systems: an instant message arrives after you have finished typing a sentence,  not while you are forming it; a car waits for you to complete a difficult maneuver before giving you distracting feedback

This work relies on dynamic task, user, system, and communication models.  The goal is to stimulate more work to understand and create considerate systems. Such  systems will improve people’s experience and performance.

Social responsiveness can become the norm for the technology that pervades our lives.


工作坊議程


9:00am ~ 9:20am報到 Check in
9:20am ~ 9:30am開場 Opening
9:30am ~ 11:00am演講 Invited Talk: Prof. Ted Selker
11:00am ~ 11:30am休息 Tea Break 午餐 Lunch
11:30am ~ 12:30pm學生分享 Student Sharing (one story + one card)
12:30pm ~ 14:30pm問題定義與腦力激盪 Problem Framing and Brainstorming
14:30pm ~ 16:00pm第一次展示 First Proposal : Scenario & Paper Prototyping
16:00pm ~ 18:00pm進階原形製作 Advance Prototyping
18:00pm ~ 19:00pm晚餐 Dinner
19:00pm ~ 20:30pm成果發表 Final Presentation

 
工作人員 

總召 黃怡靜 台灣大學 資訊網路與多媒體研究所 博士生
副召 & HCD方法 蔡文傑 台灣大學 資訊網路與多媒體研究所 博士生
總務 & TA 李泓其 台灣大學 資訊工程系暨研究所 博士生
人事 & TA 蕭喬尹 台灣大學 資訊工程系暨研究所 碩士生

庶務 梁容豪
台灣大學 資訊網路與多媒體研究所 博士生

文書 黃大源
台灣大學 資訊網路與多媒體研究所 博士生

記錄 蘇兆懷
台灣大學 資訊管理學系暨研究所 碩士生
TA 張衡
台灣大學 資訊網路與多媒體研究所 碩士生

TA Hakki Caner Kirmizi 台灣大學 資訊工程系暨研究所 碩士生

TA 林岑縈
台灣科技大學
工商業設計系暨研究所
碩士生

TA 邱鈴媛
台灣科技大學
工商業設計系暨研究所
碩士生
TA 吳欣穎
台灣大學
圖書資訊學系暨研究所 碩士生
TA 劉貞佑  台灣大學 園藝暨景觀學系研究所 碩士生
  


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