IHM - Séminaires du jury de thèse d’Alfonso Garcia Frey

09:00
Mercredi
3
Jui
2013
Organisé par : 

Gaelle Calvary et Sophie Dupuy

Équipes : 
Information détaillée : 

- Le jury de thèse d’Alfonso Garcia Frey nous fait l’honneur de séminaires ce mercredi 3 juillet de 9h à 12h15 dans l’amphi de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (MSH) selon le planning suivant :

Programme


- 9h-9h45 : Pr Karin Coninx de l’Université de Hasselt (Belgique), Présentation de son groupe de recherche avec un focus sur un projet de réhabilitation. Bio non communiquée.

- 9h45-10h30 : Pr Jean Vanderdonckt de l’Université catholique de Louvain (Belgique), "User Interface Automated Evaluation by Guideline Review". Bio ci-dessous.

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- 10h45-11h30 : Eric Dubois, Professeur, Directeur au Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor (Luxembourg), "Service Science : a Service system design Science research method ?". Bio ci-dessous.

- 11h30-12h15 : Víctor López-Jaquero, chercheur à l’université Castilla-La Mancha (Espagne), "Are we ready for model-driven development in user interface design ?".

Biographies


- Jean Vanderdonckt est professeur en systèmes d’information à l’Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Président du Louvain School of Management Research Institute (ILSM) et directeur du Louvain Interaction Lab (LILab). Il est le coordinateur scientifique du projet européen ITEA2 UsiXML. LILAB participe actuellement aux projets suivants : FP7 Human, FP7 Serenoa, ITEA2 UsiXML, FEDER eHealth, Virtuoso, QualIHM. LILAb contribue au W3C Model-based User Interface Design, OMG IFML, Web3D Consortium, ISO 24744 on Method Engineering (task model).

- Prof. Dr. Eric Dubois received the M.S. degree in computer science from the University of Namur, Belgium, in 1981 and the degree of ’Docteur-Ingenieur en Informatique’ from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, Nancy, France, in 1984. Since 2000, in Luxembourg he works at the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor where he is the managing director of the “Service Science and Innovation” department (www.ssi.tudor.lu) .Besides management activities, Dr. E. Dubois is active in the software engineering and information system fields for about 25 years. His specific focus is on the requirements engineering (RE) topic where he published over 100 papers with specific interests in business services and security requirements engineering. Recent interests are in the new discipline of “Service Science” where he led the EU Erasmus DELLIISS project (www.emiss.org). He is member of the IFIP 2.9 RE working group and of the editorial board of the REJ Spinger journal. He is member of the steering committee of the REFSQ series of conferences. He was program co-chair of the international IEEE RE’02 conference, general chair of the conference on advanced information systems engineering (CaiSE’06). He is conference co-chair of the International conference on Exporing Service Science (IESS 1.0, 2010 and IESS 1.1, 2011) and co general chair of the 13th IEEE Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing (CEC 2011). He is visiting professor at the Universities of Namur and Luxembourg.

- Víctor López-Jaquero, PhD (2005, Univ. of Castilla-La Mancha), MSc (2000, Univ. of Castilla-La Mancha) is an associate professor at the Computing Systems Department of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain, where he teaches human-computer interaction courses. He is also a member of the LoUISE research group of the Computer Science Research Institute (I3A). Prof. López-Jaquero is conducting research in the field of user interface design from a model based/driven point of view, with special emphasis in adaptation and collaboration design. His interests include : adaptive user interfaces, user interfaces description languages, collaborative systems and user interface engineering. He is author of more than 75 papers in international conferences and journals about these topics.