The proposed schedule

9.00 Welcome!

Session one: what is the scope of affective interactions? what do we want to evaluate? examples... the idea is to discuss the range of possibilities for affective interaction with a system, including as wide a range of examples as possible, and talking about the types of feedback that are sought in evaluation of such systems--toward design iteration? toward --> --understanding impact on users? the goal would be to end the session --> --with a feeling for how broad the area is, and how wide-ranging the --> --types of feedback may be.

Dina Goren-Bar, Ilenia Graziola, Fabio Pianesi, Cesare Rocchi, Oliviero Stock, and Massimo Zancanaro:
I like it - Affective Control of Information Flow in a Personalized Mobile Museum Guide

Amy Hurst and John Zimmerman:
Evaluating a Fabric Device Controller

Slideshow with examples

Session two: how do we already measure affective interaction? overview, comparison, integration and physiological measures

Charlotte Wiberg:
Affective computing vs. usability? Insights of using traditional usability evaluation methods

10.30 Break

Noel Chateau and Marc Mersiol:
AMUSE: A tool for evaluating affective interfaces

B. Cahour, P. Salembier, Ch. Brassac, J.L. Bouraoui, B. Pachoud, P. Vermersch, M. Zouinar:
Methodologies for evaluating the affective experience of a mediated interaction

Regan Lee Mandryk:
Evaluating Affective Computing Environments Using Physiological Measures

Daniel Fällman and John Waterworth:
Dealing with User Experience and Affective Evaluation in HCI Design: A Repertory Grid Approach

Helena M. Mentis:
Insight Into Strong Emotional Experiences Through Memory

12.30 Lunch

14.00 Afternoon session starts

Session three: new directions in evaluation

Rosalind W. Picard and Shaundra Bryant Daily:
Evaluating affective interactions: Alternatives to asking what users feel

Kristina Hook, Katherine Isbister and Jarmo Laaksolahti:
Sensual Evaluation Instrument

Joseph Jofish Kaye
Intimate Objects: A site for affective evaluation

Phoebe Sengers, Kirsten Boehner, Simeon Warner, and Tom Jenkins:
Evaluating Affector: Co-Interpreting What Work

15.30 Coffee break


Session four: Collective brainstorm session: identifying what is known already and key challenges moving forward, also how to tie industry and research efforts better?
Brainstorming with posters around the room allowing for smaller groups to walk around and discuss and then reconvene

15 minutes - go over grid with range of interactions we saw in first session, and range of methods we saw through rest of the day
30 minutes - divide into two groups: those outlining best practices, and those identifying most promising future directions
15 minutes - groups prep presentations
20 minutes - cross-presenting and brief discussion
10 minutes - close of the day; discussion of what comes next...- make poster to be shown at the CHI conference