Publications

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Conference Papers

C.22 Philipp Koytek, Charles Perin, Jo Vermeulen, Elisabeth André, and Sheelagh Carpendale.
MyBrush: Brushing and Linking with Personal Agency.
In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (Proc. InfoVis'17).
11 pages.
[23.5% acceptance; 170 submissions]
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C.21 Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Benjamin Cowan, Russell Beale, and Robert Hendley.
Exploring the Feasibility of Subliminal Priming on Smartphones.
In Proc. of MobileHCI '17.
15 pages.
[20% acceptance; 224 submissions]
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C.20 Fateme Rajabiyazdi, Charles Perin, Jo Vermeulen, Haley MacLeod, Diane Gromala, and Sheelagh Carpendale.
Differences That Matter: In-Clinic Communication Challenges.
In Proc. of PervasiveHealth '17.
10 pages.
[25% acceptance; 119 submissions]
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C.19 Jo Vermeulen, Lindsay MacDonald, Johannes Schöning, Russell Beale, and Sheelagh Carpendale.
Heartefacts: Augmenting Mobile Video Sharing Using Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Sensors.
In Proc. of DIS '16.
12 pages.
[25.6% acceptance; 418 submissions]
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C.18 Abhinav Mehrotra, Veljko Pejovic, Jo Vermeulen, Robert Hendley and Mirco Musolesi.
My Phone and Me: Understanding People’s Receptivity to Mobile Notifications.
In Proc. of CHI '16.
12 pages.
[~23% acceptance; ~2300 submissions]
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C.17 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx, Nicolai Marquardt and Jon Bird.
Proxemic Flow: Dynamic Peripheral Floor Visualizations for Revealing and Mediating Large Surface Interactions.
In Proc. of INTERACT '15.
pp. 264–281.
[~30% acceptance; 307 submissions]
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C.16 Sarah Mennicken, Jo Vermeulen, and Elaine M. Huang.
From Today's Augmented Houses to Tomorrow's Smart Homes: New Directions for Home Automation Research.
In Proc. of Ubicomp '14.
pp. 105–115.
[~21% acceptance; 454 submissions]
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C.15 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx and Nicolai Marquardt.
The Design of Slow-Motion Feedback.
In Proc. of DIS '14.
pp. 267–270.
[~26% acceptance; 402 submissions]
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C.14 Saul Greenberg, Sebastian Boring, Jo Vermeulen, and Jakub Dostal.
Dark Patterns in Proxemic Interactions: A Critical Perspective.
In Proc. of DIS '14.
pp. 523–532.
[~26% acceptance; 402 submissions]

Best Paper Award (top 1%)

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C.13 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Elise van den Hoven, and Karin Coninx.
Crossing the Bridge over Norman's Gulf of Execution: Revealing Feedforward's True Identity.
In Proc. of CHI '13.
pp. 1931–1940.
[~20% acceptance; 1963 submissions]

Best Paper Honorable Mention Award (top 5%)

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C.12 Steven Houben, Jakob Bardram, Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, and Karin Coninx.
Activity-Centric Support for Ad Hoc Knowledge Work – A Case Study of co-Activity Manager.
In Proc. of CHI '13.
pp. 2263–2272.
[~20% acceptance; 1963 submissions]
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C.11 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Intelligibility Required: How to Make Us Look Smart Again.
In Proc. of ROCHI '13.
8 pages.
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C.10 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Understanding Complex Environments with the Feedforward Torch.
In Proc. of AmI '12.
pp. 312–319.
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C.09 Jo Vermeulen, Fahim Kawsar, Adalberto Simeone, Gerd Kortuem, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Informing the Design of Situated Glyphs for a Care Facility.
In Proc. of VL/HCC '12.
pp. 89–96.
[~28% acceptance; 53 submissions]
Best Student Paper Award
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C.08 Steven Houben, Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
co-Activity Manager: Integrating Activity-Based Collaboration into the Desktop Interface.
In Proc. of AVI '12.
pp. 398–401.
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C.07 Fahim Kawsar, Jo Vermeulen, Kevin Smith, Kris Luyten and Gerd Kortuem.
Exploring the Design Space for Situated Glyphs to Support Dynamic Work Environments.
In Proc. of Pervasive '11.
pp. 70–78.
[23.6% acceptance; 93 submissions]
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C.06 Jo Vermeulen, Geert Vanderhulst, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
PervasiveCrystal: Asking and Answering Why and Why Not Questions about Pervasive Computing Applications.
In Proc. of IE '10.
pp. 271–276.
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C.05 Jo Vermeulen, Jonathan Slenders, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
I Bet You Look Good on the Wall: Making the Invisible Computer Visible.
In Proc. of AmI '09.
pp. 196–205.
[~30% acceptance]
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C.04 Nasim Mahmud, Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
The Five Commandments of Activity-aware Ubiquitous Computing Applications.
In Proc. of HCII '09.
pp. 257-264.
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C.03 Jan Meskens, Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Gummy for Multi-Platform User Interface Designs: Shape me, Multiply me, Fix me, Use me.
In Proc. of AVI '08.
pp. 233–240.
[~27% acceptance; 117 submissions]
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C.02 Jo Vermeulen, Yves Vandriessche, Tim Clerckx, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Service-interaction Descriptions: Augmenting Services with User Interface Models.
In Proc. of EIS '07.
pp. 447–464.
[~41% acceptance; 91 submissions]
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C.01 Kris Luyten, Kristof Thys, Jo Vermeulen and Karin Coninx.
A Generic Approach for Multi-Device User Interface Rendering with UIML.
In Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces V, Proc. of CADUI '06.
pp. 175–182.
[~40% acceptance; ~60 submissions]
Best Talk Award
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Journal and Magazine Articles

J.02 Steven Houben, Nicolai Marquardt, Jo Vermeulen, Clemens Klokmose, Johannes Schöning, Harald Reiterer and Christian Holz.
Opportunities and Challenges for Cross-Device Interactions in the Wild.
ACM interactions, volume 24, issue 5, September 2017.
pp. 58–63.
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J.01 Sebastian Boring, Saul Greenberg, Jo Vermeulen, Jakub Dostal and Nicolai Marquardt.
The Dark Patterns of Proxemic Sensing.
IEEE Computer, volume 47, number 8, August 2014.
pp. 56–60.
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Book Chapters

B.02 Jo Vermeulen, Steven Houben and Nicolai Marquardt.
Fluent Transitions Between Focused and Peripheral Interaction in Proxemic Interactions.
To appear in Peripheral Interaction, Saskia Bakker, Doris Hausen and Ted Selker (eds.), Springer HCI Series, 2016.
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B.01 James Helms, Kris Luyten, Robbie Schaefer, Jo Vermeulen, Marc Abrams, Adrien Coyette and Jean Vanderdonckt.
Human-Centered Engineering of Interactive Systems with the User Interface Markup Language.
In Seffah, A., Vanderdonckt, J., Desmarais, M. (Eds.), Human-Centered Software Engineering, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Vol. 10, June 2009.
pp. 139–171.
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Short Papers and Posters

S.11 Alexandros Stylianidis, Jo Vermeulen, Steven Houben, Lindsay MacDonald, Russell Beale.
SenseBelt: A Belt-Worn Sensor to Support Cross-Device Interaction.
In CHI '17 Extended Abstracts.
9 pages.
[~39% acceptance; 537 submissions]
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S.10 Sebastian Lay, Jo Vermeulen, Charles Perin, Eric Donovan, Raimund Dachselt, Sheelagh Carpendale.
Slicing the Aurora: An Immersive Proxemics-Aware Visualization.
In IEEE VIS 2016 Arts Program (VISAP'16 Metamorphoses).
3 pages.
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S.09 Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Adhi Wicaksono, Russell Beale, Robert J. Hendley.
If This, Then Habit: Exploring Context-Aware Implementation Intentions on Smartphones.
In Adjunct Proceedings of MobileHCI '16, Posters track.
pp. 690–697.
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S.08 Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Robert Hendley, Russell Beale.
Subliminal Priming of Nonconscious Goals on Smartphones.
In Adjunct Proceedings of MobileHCI '15, Posters track.
pp. 825–830.
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S.07 Wouter Van Vlaenderen, Jens Brulmans, Jo Vermeulen, and Johannes Schöning.
WatchMe: A Novel Input Method Combining a Smartwatch and Bimanual Interaction.
In CHI '15 Extended Abstracts.
pp. 2091–2095.
[~45% acceptance; 529 submissions]
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S.06 Victor Cheung, Diane Watson, Jo Vermeulen, Mark Hancock, and Stacey D. Scott.
Overcoming Interaction Barriers in Large Public Displays Using Personal Devices.
In ITS '14 Adjunct Proceedings — Posters.
6 pages.
[~50% acceptance; 46 submissions]
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S.05 Yannick Bernaerts, Matthias Druwé, Sebastiaan Steensels, Jo Vermeulen, and Johannes Schöning.
The Office Smartwatch – Development and Design of a Smartwatch App to Digitally Augment Interactions in an Office Environment.
In DIS '14 Adjunct Proceedings — Provocations and Works-in-Progress.
4 pages.
[~36% acceptance; ~66 submissions]
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S.04 Linsey Raymaekers, Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Game of Tones: Learning to Play Songs on a Piano Using Projected Instructions and Games.
In CHI '14 Extended Abstracts — Interactivity.
4 pages.
Winner of the Nokia Ubimedia Mindtrek Awards 2013 (3rd place).
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S.03 Jo Vermeulen.
Improving Intelligibility and Control in Ubicomp.
In Ubicomp '10 Doctoral Colloquium.
pp. 485–488.
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S.02 Jo Vermeulen, Geert Vanderhulst, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Answering Why and Why Not Questions in Ubiquitous Computing.
In Ubicomp '09 Supplemental Proceedings (Poster).
pp. 210–213.
[~58% acceptance; 36 submissions]
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S.01 Kris Luyten, Jan Meskens, Jo Vermeulen and Karin Coninx.
Meta-GUI-Builders: Generating Domain-specific Interface Builders for Multi-Device User Interface Creation.
In CHI '08 Extended Abstracts.
pp. 3189–3194.
[~38% acceptance; 414 submissions]
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Organized Workshops

O.04 Steven Houben, Jo Vermeulen, Clemens Klokmose, Henrik Korsgaard, Nicolai Marquardt, Johannes Schöning, Harald Reiterer and Mario Schreiner.
Cross-Surface 2016: Challenges and Opportunities for 'Bring Your Own Device' in the Wild.
In conjunction with CHI '16, 4 pages.
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O.03 Steven Houben, Jo Vermeulen, Clemens Klokmose, Nicolai Marquardt, Johannes Schöning and Harald Reiterer.
Cross-Surface 2015: Workshop on Interacting with Multi-Device Ecologies "In the Wild".
In conjunction with ACM ITS '15, 4 pages.
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O.02 Jo Vermeulen, Brian Y. Lim and Fahim Kawsar.
Pervasive Intelligibility: Second Workshop on Intelligibility and Control in Pervasive Computing.
In conjunction with Pervasive '12.
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O.01 Jo Vermeulen, Brian Y. Lim and Fahim Kawsar.
Pervasive Intelligibility: Workshop on Intelligibility and Control in Pervasive Computing.
In Adjunct Proc. of Pervasive '11, 2 pages.
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Workshop Papers

W.13 Abhinav Mehrotra, Jo Vermeulen, Robert Hendley and Mirco Musolesi.
Challenges in Managing Multi-Device Notifications.
In Proc. of Cross-Surface '15, ITS ’15 workshop, 4 pages.
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W.12 Abhinav Mehrotra, Jo Vermeulen, Veljko Pejovic and Mirco Musolesi.
Ask, But Don't Interrupt: the Case for Interruptibility-Aware Mobile Experience Sampling.
In Adjunct Proc. of Ubicomp/ISWC '15, MCSS 2015: 4th ACM Workshop on Mobile Systems for Computational Social Science. pp. 723–732.
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W.11 Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Robert Hendley and Russell Beale.
Exploring Nonconscious Behaviour Change Interventions on Mobile Devices.
In Proc. of Mobile Cognition: Using Mobile Devices to Enhance Human Cognition, MobileHCI ’15 workshop. 8 pages.
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W.10 Charlie Pinder, Jo Vermeulen, Robert Hendley and Russell Beale.
Persuading The Nonconscious.
In Proc. of Understanding Persuasion 2015, British HCI ’15 workshop. 3 pages.
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W.09 Debbie Gijsbrechts, Stein Smeets, Jacqueline Galeazzi, Juan José Martín Miralles, Jo Vermeulen and Johannes Schöning.
ShareABeat: Augmenting Media Shared Through Social Platforms with Empathic Annotations.
In Proc. of Mobile Collocated Interactions: From Smartphones to Wearables, CHI '15 workshop. 4 pages.
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W.08 Jo Vermeulen and Russell Beale.
Challenges and Opportunities for Intelligibility and Control in Smart Homes.
In Proc. of Smart For Life: Designing Smart Home Technologies that Evolve with Users, CHI '15 workshop. 4 pages.
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W.07 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx and Nicolai Marquardt.
Addressing Challenges in Crowded Proxemics-Aware Installations.
In Proc. of the Workshop on SocialNUI: Social Perspectives in Natural User Interfaces, DIS '14 workshop. 4 pages.
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W.06 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
The Feedforward Torch.
In Proc. of the Second Workshop on Intelligibility and Control in Pervasive Computing, Pervasive '12 workshop. 2 pages.
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W.05 Johanna Renny Octavia, Kris Luyten, Jo Vermeulen, Benji Mommen and Karin Coninx.
Exploring Psycho-physiological Measures for the Design and Behavior of Intelligent, Socially-Aware Avatars in Ubicomp Environments.
In Proc. of Brain, Body and Bytes: Psychophysiological User Interaction, CHI '10 workshop. 4 pages.
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W.04 Jo Vermeulen, Ruben Thys, Kris Luyten and Karin Coninx.
Making Bits and Atoms Talk Today: A Practical Architecture for Smart Object Interaction.
In Proc. of DIPSO '07, Ubicomp '07 workshop.
pp. 331–336.
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W.03 Jo Vermeulen, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx and Ruben Thys.
Tangible Mashups: Exploiting Links between the Physical and Virtual World.
In Proc. of WoSSIoT'07, EuroSys '07 workshop.
pp. 1–5.
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W.02 Kris Luyten, Jo Vermeulen and Karin Coninx.
Constraint Adaptability of Multi-Device User Interfaces.
In Proc. of MAFOC '06, CHI '06 workshop.
pp. 40–45.
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W.01 Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx, Jo Vermeulen, Mieke Haesen and Luk Vloemans.
ImogI: Take Control over a Context-Aware Electronic Mobile Guide for Museums.
In Proc. of HCI in Mobile Guides, in conjunction with Mobile HCI 2004.
6 pages.
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Theses

T.02 Jo Vermeulen.
Designing for Intelligibility and Control in Ubiquitous Computing Environments.
PhD dissertation, Hasselt University, 11th December 2014.
232 pages.
2015 FWO-IBM Innovation Award
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T.01 Jo Vermeulen.
Widget Set Independent Layout Management for UIML.
MSc thesis, Hasselt University, June 2005.
85 pages.
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