News for Faculty

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Haptic Computing Lab at CHI 2022 Workshop !

Prof. Oliver Schneider and PhD Student Bibhushan Joshi from Haptics Computing Lab along with Donald Degraen (Saarland University), Prof. Georg Freitag (University of Applied Sciences Dresden), Paul Strohmeier (Sensorimotor Interaction Group MPI for Informatics), Bruno Fruchard (Inria - Lille) and Dennis Wittchen (University of Applied Sciences Dresden) were successfully able to organize CHI 2022 workshop on "Sustainable Haptic Design: Improving Collaboration, Sharing, and Reuse in Haptic Design Research".

We would like to express our gratitude towards our Speakers Eric Vezzoli (CEO and Co-Founder - Go Touch VR), Prof. Vincent Levesque (Assistant Professor - ETS) and Prof. Hasti Seifi (Assistant Professor - University of Copenhagen) for sharing their knowledge, and Thank all the participants for their active involvement and making the workshop fun and interactive.

Friday, July 9, 2021

Haptic Computing Lab at World Haptics 2021!

The Haptic Computing Lab is attending World Haptics 2021! We have one technical paper and several WIPs

Suji Sathiyamurthy will presenting her work on measuring HX:

Sathiyamurthy, S., Liu, M., Kim, E. and Schneider, O. 2021. Measuring Haptic Experience : Elaborating the HX model with scale development. To Appear in World Haptics ’21. (2021), 6.

Monday, May 18, 2020

WatCHI livestream happening tomorrow!

Tomorrow we will join the other HCI@Waterloo labs in a livestream! Watch for our two papers:

9:00 AM - 9:55 AM Nicole Dillen and Marko Ilievski will present Keep Calm and Ride Along: Passenger Comfort and Anxiety as Physiological Responses to Autonomous Driving Styles

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Haptic Computing Lab website is live!

The Haptic Computing Lab now has a website! Come back anytime to check out lab news and our latest projects.

Friday, December 13, 2019

Two papers accepted to CHI 2020!

Erin Kim, Nicole Dillen, and Marko Ilievski will head to the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2020) in Hawaii to present their work on defining haptic experience (Kim) and studying passenger comfort and anxiety in Autonomous Vehicles (Dillen and Ilievski).

Stay tuned for pre-prints and project descriptions of both papers.