Publications 2019 and 2020

Alan Dix

Computational Foundry, Swansea University
email: alan@hcibook.com


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A. Dix (2019).
Deep Digitality. Abracadabra column, ACM Interactions (Jan-Feb 2019) XXVI(1):20.
full text on ACM site || deep digitality micro-site

Clara Crivellaro, Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Alan Dix, and Ann Light (2019)
Not-equal: democratizing research in digital innovation for social justice. Interactions 26, 2 (February 2019), 70-73.
DOI: 10.1145/3301655

A. Dix. (2019).
Being secure: some myths of privacy and personal security
. Talk at Cardiff University, 6th February 2019.
abstract, slides and links

A.Dix (2019).
Bridging broadening theory and practical application – the three Ds: deploy, detail depth. Panel presentation at Global Perspectives on HCI Education, EduCHI 2019, Symposium at CHI 2019, Glasgow, 4th May 2019.
EduCHI website || extended abstract, slides and links

A. Dix. (2019).
Computing on the Edge – Pervasive Displays for a Small Island. Keynote at ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis 2019), Palermo, Italy,  12-14 June 2019.
abstract and links

Raymond Bond, Ansgar Koene, Alan Dix, Jennifer Boger, Maurice Mulvenna, Mykola Galushka, Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley, Fiona Browne, Hui Wang and Alexander Wong (2019).
Democratisation of Usable Machine Learning in Computer Vision, Workshop on Fairness Accountability Transparency and Ethics in Computer Vision at CVPR 2019, 17th June, Long Beach, CA, USA
FATCV workshop site

Simon Robinson, Jennifer Pearson, and Alan Dix (2019)
Computational FoundryInteractions 26, 4 (June 2019), 16-19.
DOI: 10.1145/3338808

John Knight, Tom McEwan, Alan Dix (2019)
Digital Design – Secret Histories and Hidden Practices, Academy for Design Innovation Management Conference 2019 (ADIM 2019), 18-21 July 2019, London
abstract and links | ADIM conference site

A. Dix. (2019).
Step by Step Research. In Into the Wild: Beyond the Design Research Lab , Editors: Alan Chamberlain and Andy Crabtree, Springer, pp.7–29.
abstract and draft chapter | DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-18020-1_2

A. Dix. (2019).
Sources of Bias and Explanation. Talk at Understandable AI, SummerPIT 2019, Aarhus University, 14th August 2019.
abstract, slides and links

A. Dix. (2019).
Validation and mechanism: exploring the limits of evaluation
. Talk at Evaluation, SummerPIT 2019, Aarhus University, 15th August 2019.
abstract and slides

A. Dix, Rachel Cowgill, Christina Bashford, Simon McVeigh, Rupert Ridgewell.. (2019).
Crowdsourcing and Scholarly Culture: understanding expertise in an age of popularism. In Macrotask Crowdsourcing: Engaging the Crowds to Address Complex Problems, Editors: Vassillis-Javed Khan, Konstantinos Papangelis, Ioanna Lykourentzou, Panos Markopoulos, Springer, pp.189–214. DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-12334-5_7
abstract and full paper

A. Dix. (2019).
Deep Digitality, Orkney Science Festival, 11th Sept 2019
festival event

A. Dix. (2019).
Cognition-as-Material: personality prostheses and other stories
. Keynote at ECCE 2019 - European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, Belfast, UK,  10-13 September 2019.
abstract

Shuo Niu, D. Scott McCrickard, Timothy L. Stelter, Alan Dix,and G. Don Taylor (2019).
Reorganize Your Blogs: Supporting Blog Re-visitation with Natural Language Processing and Visualization. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 3(4):66. DOI: 10.3390/mti3040066.
full text at MTI site

Adriana Wilde, Anna Vasilchenko, Alan Dix, Joseph Maguire, Chris Evans and Stephen Snow (2019.
Towards a taxonomy of video for HCI education. In, Trends and Good Practices in Research and Teaching.  Barcelona, Spain.  pp. 29-44.
full chapter (open access)


2020

A. Dix. (2020).
Changing the world – step by leap
. Talk at Not-Equal Sandpit, Newcastle University, 17th February 2020.
abstract and slides

A. Dix. (2020).
Why pandemics and climate change are hard to understand, and can we help?
North Lab Talks, 22nd April 2020 and Why it Matters 30th April 2020.
abstract, slides, video | working paper

A. Dix. (2020).
Statistics for HCI: Making Sense of Quantitative Data. Morgan & Claypool, April 2020
book website
Cover: Statistics for HCI

A. Dix. (2020).
Technical creativity is for everyone
Seminar at Cardiff Metropolitan University, 11 May 2020
abstract, slides, video/

A. Vasilchenko, A. Dix, A. Wilde and C. Evans. (2020).
HCI education in the time of social distancing
. Panel at HCI Summer Fete (virtually) at OpenLab Newcastle 23 June 2020
abstract and video

A. Dix. (2020).
Teaching HCI and IxD remotely tales and tools.
Panel presentation as part of the panel HCI Education in Times of Social Distancing at HCI Summer Fete (virtually) at OpenLab Newcastle 23 June 2020
links, slides and video

A. Dix. (2020).
Digitally Included?
Presentation at sandpit on "Digitally Included?" part of Festival of Ideas, Swansea, 24 June 2020
video and notes

A. Dix. (2020).
Impact of Lecture Duration on Infection Rate. Working Paper. 4th July/2020. .
full paper

A. Dix. (2020).
Books, Bias and other ways to say AI.
Position paper for Teaching HCI for AI: Co-design of a Syllabus, SIGCHI Italy, 7th July 2020
video, slides and short paper/

A. Dix. (2020).
Covid-19 – Impact of a small number of large bubbles on University return
. Working Paper. 10-19 July 2020.
full paper

A. Dix. (2020).
Covid-19 related working papers.
list of various working papers, models, etc.


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