PROGRAMME

The conference will be held on Sunday the 29th of April, in SanJose, CA, USA, during the CHI 2007 conference. A preliminary schedule for this one day workshop:

Morning:
9.00 Opening remarks and plan for the day

9.10 Session one -- theory

Olivier Bau: Combining Research Strategies for Exploring Expressive Interactions
Wendy A Kellogg, Jason Ellis, John C. Thomas: Towards Supple Enterprises: Learning from N64
Adrian Chan, Mike Tam: What is social interaction design?

9.45 Session two -- Steve Swink leads an "experience" session

10.30 Coffee break

11.00 Session three -- application domains

Yosuke Kinoe, Kristina Höök, Toshiyuki Hama: Relaxed Computing: Supporting Relaxed and Pleasant Experiences in Everyday Life
Tom Gross: Social TV as Supple Interface
Daniel Schulman, Timothy Bickmore: Comforting Agents

11.30 Discussion on sessions so far

12.00 Session four -- evaluation

Cristina Conati: Supple Interfaces for Education: can Affective Interactions improve Learning via Educational Games?
Alistair Sutcliffe: Designing and Evaluating Engaging (Supple ?)Interfaces

12.30 Lunch

Afternoon:

14.00 Session five -- demo session, 5 minute intro for each

Katherine Isbister, Rainey Straus, and Jennifer Ash: Wriggle! Creating a platform for dynamic and expressive social-emotional play
Kirsten Boehner, Phoebe Sengers, Simeon Warner: Interfaces with the Ineffable: Designing and Evaluating for Sympathetic Awareness
Silvia Lindtner: Playful Spaces between Fantasy and Real
Chris Creed, Russell Beale: Building Affective Embodied Agents to Assist Long-Term Behavior Change: Design and Evaluation Considerations

15.30 Break

16.00 Session six -- breakout groupwork
Issues:

17.20 Re-gather to present groupwork and create joint poster

18.00 End