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Processes and Artefacts: Art, Technology and Science
An ACM SIGCHI International Conference

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poster session
The conference venue is Burleigh Court Conference Centre, Loughborough UK

Sunday 13 October Creativity & Cognition One Day Tutorial
10.00-5.00 Creativity Support Tools: Leonardo‘s Laptop: Ben Shneiderman
Schofield Building, Room A1.28 Loughborough University Campus
6.00-7.00 Conference Registration in Front Foyer of Burleigh Court

Monday 14 October Conference Day 1
All presentations will take place in the Convention Room at Burleigh Court, Loughborough University.
Coffee and tea breaks are in the lounge and lunches in the main dining room adjacent to the lounge.
7.45-8.45 Conference Registration in Front Foyer of Burleigh Court
8.45-9.00 Opening Address by Conference Co-Chairs
9.00-10.00 INVITED SPEAKER John Gero, University of Sydney, Australia
Computational Models of Creative Designing Based on Situated Cognition
10.00-11.00 Session 1
  Supporting Creativity in Problem Solving Environments
Marc Vass, John M Carroll, and Clifford A Shaffer, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA

Recognizing Creative Needs in User Interface Design
Michael Terry and Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA
11.00-11.30 Coffee/Tea Break
11.30-12.30 Session 2
  Generator: the Dialectics of Orderly Disorder
Geoff Cox, University of Plymouth, UK

Computer Aided Creativity: Practical Experience and Theoretical Concerns
Robert Pepperell, University of Wales College, Newport, UK
12.30-2.00 Lunch
2.00-3.30 Session 3
  The Impact of Functional Knowledge on Sketching
Winger Tseng, Stephen Scrivener and Linden Ball, Coventry University, UK

Why Use Computers to Make Drawings?
George Whale, Loughborough University, UK

Functions of Sketching in Design Idea Generation Meetings
Remko Van der Lugt, Delft University of Technology The Netherlands
3.30-4.00 Coffee/Tea Break
4.00-5.00 Session 4
  How to Study Artificial Creativity
Rob Saunders and John Gero, University of Sydney, Australia

Computers and Modern Art: Digital Art Museum
Mike King, London Guildhall University, UK
5.00-6.00 INVITED SPEAKER Brent McGregor, Edinburgh College of Art, UK
Cybernetic Serendipity Revisited
6.30-8.30 Exhibition at School of Art and Design:
Invitations in Conference Pack
Buses depart for the Gallery and C&CRS Studios from the front entrance of Burleigh Court

Tuesday 15 October Conference Day 2
All presentations will take place in the Convention Room at Burleigh Court, Loughborough University.
Coffee and tea breaks are in the lounge and lunches in the main dining room adjacent to the lounge.
9.00-10.30 Session 5
  Acting to Know: Improving Creativity in the Design of Mobile Services by Using Performances
Kari Kuutti, Giulio Iacucci and Carlo Iacucci, University of Oulu, Finland,
University of Edinburgh, UK

Interaction Design as a Collective Creative Process
Kumiyo Nakakoji and YasuhiroYamamoto, Aoki, Atsushi
University of Tokyo, JSPS NAIST-IS, SRA-KTL Inc. Tokyo, Japan

A Concept to Facilitate Musical Expression
Chika Oshima, Kazushi Nishimoto, Yohei Miyagawa and Takashi Shirosaki,
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, PRESTO, JST.
10.30-11.00 Coffee/Tea Break
11.00-12.30 Session 6
  How Designers Transform Keywords into Visual Images
Yukari Nagai and Hisataka Noguchi,
Tsukuba College of Technology, Chiba University, Japan

Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying the Creative Process
Liane Gabora, Free University of Brussels, Belgium

Modeling Co-Creativity in Art and Technology
Linda Candy and Ernest Edmonds
Loughborough University, UK and University of Technology Sydney, Australia
12.30-2.00 Lunch
2.00-3.00 INVITED SPEAKER Nigel Cross, The Open University, UK
Creative Cognition in Design: Processes of Exceptional Designers
3.00-4.00 Session 7
  Panel: Research into Art and Technology
Chair: Bronac Ferran, Arts Council of England
Panellists: Ernest Edmonds, John Howarth, Judith Mottram, Jon Pettigrew
4.00-4.30 Coffee/Tea Break
4.30-5.30 Session 8
  A System to Support Long-term Creative Thinking in Daily Life and its Evaluation
Hirohito Shibata and Koichi Hori, University of Tokyo, Japan

Scripting the Interactor: an approach to VR Drama
Josephine Anstey and Dave Pape, University at Buffalo and Res Umbrae, Buffalo, USA

5.30-6.30 POSTER Session
7.00 Whisky Tasting: Lounge (Ticket only)
7.30 Pre-dinner refreshments: Lounge Bar
8.00 Conference Dinner: Dining Room

Wednesday 16 October Conference Day 3
All presentations will take place in the Convention Room at Burleigh Court, Loughborough University.
Coffee and tea breaks are in the lounge and lunches in the main dining room adjacent to the lounge.
9.00-10.30 Session 9
  QSketcher: An Environment for Composing Music for Film
Steven Abrams, Ralph Bellofatto, Robert Fuhrer, Daniel Oppenheim, James Wright
Richard Boulanger, Neil Leonard, David Mash, Michael Rendish and Joe Smith
T J Watson Research Center, IBM and Berklee College of Music, Boston, USA

Supporting Musical Composition by Externalizing the Composer’s Mental Space
Shigeki Amitani and Koichi Hori, University of Tokyo, Japan

Sounds of Artificial Life
Eduardo Miranda, Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Paris, France
10.30-11.00 Coffee/Tea Break
11.00-12.30 Session 10
  Interactive Processes between Mental and External Operations in Creative Activity:
A Comparison of Experts' and Novices' Performance
Norio Ishii, Kazuhisa Miwa, Nagoya University, Japan

A Model for Information Technologies that Can Be Creative
Johan F Hoorn, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Concept-Context-Design: A Creative Model for the Development of Interactivity
Andruid Kerne, Texas A&M University, Texas, USA
12.30-2.00 Lunch
2.00-3.00 INVITED SPEAKER Jack Ox, Artist, USA
Two Performances in the 21st C. Virtual Color Organ
3.00-3.30 Coffee/Tea Break
3.30-5.00 Final Session
  Panel on a Research Agenda for Creativity and IT
Sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of the UK


conference programme
15th October 2002, 6.15-7.30pm, Burleigh Court, Loughborough University.
CHI 2002 Creativity and Interface Workshop
Win Burleson & Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
Semiotics and the Evaluation of Web-Based Communication
John Connolly, Loughborough University, UK
Externalized Perspective Taking: A Strategy for Collaborative Creativity
Ruediger Oehlmann, Kingston University, UK
Children as Artists and yHCI
John Pettigrew, Loughborough University, UK
The Crying Post Project
Dennis Summers, The College for Creative Studies, Royal Oak, USA
Information Art
David Topping, Coventry School of Art & Design, UK
In search of the cybermuse: Supporting creative activity within product design
Oli Mival, HCI Group, Department of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
Supporting Innovation and Creativity through Interactive Evolutionary Systems
Ian Parmee, Advanced Computation in Design and Decision-making, CEMS, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Modeling Human Compositional Processes using a Genetic Algorithm
Andrew Gartland-Jones, University of Sussex, UK
Breakers and Bracers
Lars-Erik Janlert & Oscar Appelgren, Umea University, Sweden
Systematic Innovation using TRIZ
Simon Dewulf, Darrell Mann, Jonathan Hey, Thomas Pellereau, CREAX, Belgium

Creativity & Cognition 2002
Conference Manager: Miss I Holt
C&CRS: Department of Computer Science
Loughborough University
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