EXPERIENCING LIGHT 2012 is an international two-day scientific conference for people interested in the effects of light and light design on human wellbeing. It approaches wellbeing in its broadest sense, including mood, emotions, subjective and objective health, comfort, atmosphere perception, productivity, and performance. It follows the successful Experiencing Light conference in 2009, and focusses on the psychological processes related to the perception of and exposure to both natural and artificial lighting. The goal is to bring together a multidisciplinary group of researchers and designers working in this domain so they can meet, share experiences, present research, and exchange ideas. EXPERIENCING LIGHT 2012 is organized by the HTI group.
For the call for abstracts (deadline 16 April 2012) and information about how to register, see: http://www.experiencinglight.nl/
From August 26st to 28th the HTI group hosted the 9th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology called Environment 2.0. The conference was attended by over 350 researchers in the field of environmental psychology. Thanks to the great organizing comittee (Cees Midden, Yvonne de Kort, Antal Haans, Jaap Ham and Ellen de Bree), the wonderful student volunteers, and of course all contributions and the keynote speakers the conference was made a succes. The conference has now ended, but if you want to have an impression of the conference have a look at the photos taken during the conference. They can be found at:
We also thank our sponsors of the conference (Philips, and Nederland Schoon) for their support!
From September 26 to 28, 2011, we are hosting the 9th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology. The conference aims to bring together people interested in the field of environmental psychology to meet, present their work, and discuss ideas with regard to the state of the art in environment and behavior research. This year’s special conference theme is Environment 2.0.
The environments we live and work in are becoming increasingly technological. What is environmental psychology's status with regard to technological innovations? Are environmental psychologists sufficiently aware of and involved in developments such as, ambient intelligence, virtual reality, persuasive technology, and location aware services on mobile phones and the Internet?
For more information check the conference website.
The 1-day workshop “Dag van de Perceptie” is an accessible, one-day workshop. The workshop is intended to be an inspiring day aimed the exchange of information in the field of perception and related research disciplines. Where: The ‘Dag van de Perceptie 2011’ will be hosted by he Human-Technology Interaction research group at the TU/e and will take place in the IPO building on the TU/e Campus.
EXPERIENCING LIGHT 2009 was an international two-day scientific conference for those interested in the effects of light and light design on human wellbeing. It has approached wellbeing in its broadest sense, including mood, emotions, subjective and objective health, comfort, atmosphere perception, productivity and performance. EXPERIENCING LIGHT 2009 was the first international conference that had a major focus on the psychological processes related to the perception of and exposure to both natural and electric lighting.
Fun and Games 2008 is a single-track conference that is aimed at bringing together researchers, designers and developers interested in applications of novel technologies in the areas of games and entertainment. It will provide a venue for sharing experiences and findings regarding innovations, design work, as well as theoretical and empirical investigations relating to the experience and the impact of related applications. Fun n' Games 2008 is the second event of the Fun and Games series, following the success of Fun 'n Games 2006 in June 2006 at Preston, UK.
Can computers help fight obesity? Can technology motivate you to waste less energy? Can communication devices help overcome racial prejudice? Can a virtual agent persuade you to break your smoking habit? Can a mobile phone help you study? Can a robot challenge you to perform rehabilitation exercises?
PERSUASIVE 06 is aimed at exploring technology in the service of human well-being, within the broader context of a socially and ecologically sustainable society. Join academic researchers, designers, and technology developers from around the world in investigating the potential of persuasive technologies to positively affect human attitudes and behaviour. The goal of PERSUASIVE 06 is to bring together a multidisciplinary group of social scientists studying persuasion, and engineers developing persuasive technologies in areas such as health and rehabilitation, housing, information and communication, and energy conservation, so they can meet, share experiences, present research, and exchange ideas.