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We are very pleased to inform you that the second event of the series HCI Challenges in Human Movement Analysis has been accepted as a one-day workshop at ACM AVI 2020 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (Island of Ischia, Italy).

Join us on Monday 8th June 2020 28th September 2020, on site or online, to share experiences, discuss the challenges and foster user experiences on  “Visual user interfaces for human motion”.

We invite users as well as designers, practitioners and researchers of systems having human-movement as input for interaction to discuss methods, design and evaluation to improve end-user engagement.

Participants are encouraged to submit position papers.

New dates

  • Workshop paper submission (extended): July  28th July 31st, 2020 (Call for participation)
  • Workshop paper acceptance notice: August 21th, 2020
  • Early workshop registration: August 21th, 2020
  • Workshop paper camera-ready due: August 28th, 2020
  • Workshop day, online or on site: 28th September 2020
  • The conference will take place from September 28th to October 2nd 2020.

Expected outcomes

After a successful first edition at INTERACT 2019, we are elaborating future events and publications. If you would like to get involved, do not hesitate to contact us by email


The activities will start on the 28th September at 10am CET. This is a tentative program for purposes of information only. Scheduled times and links to access virtual meetings will be sent by email for confirmed participants and invited guests.

Any inquiries, please contact

Welcome and presentations

A playlist with recorded presentations, videos and additional resources will be available prior to the workshop and during the conference dates.

(20′ Co-creation activity 1)

Shifting the focus to the user: A great walk-in experience.

(40′ Interactive whiteboard)

Motion-based interaction: process analysis and user requirements.

(20′ Co-creation activity 2)

The exquisite corpse of the perfect user.

(15′ Meditation 1)

Being comfortable with the user’s limitations: body awareness.

(Lunch break)

(15′ Meditation 2)

Re-defining the design space: connecting with the five circles of sounds and other senses.

(30′ Round table with invited guests 1)

User experience: Should visual interfaces to be seen with the eyes? Aspects of a multimodal representation of human motion.

(30′ Round table with invited guests 2)

Data analysis: Can we treat outliers as humans? Reflections on how we teach machines about human movement.

(30′ Round table with invited guests 3)

Technological challenges: our exhaustive state-of-the-art and lessons learned so far.

(40′ Wrap-up)

Packing for a great UX journey: directives, roadmap and other essential items for designing user interfaces for human motion.


Lilian Genaro Motti Ader

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Career-FIT Fellow post-doctoral researcher
School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sport Science
CeADAR – Centre for Applied Data Analytics
University College Dublin, Ireland
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Benoît Bossavit

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Career-FIT Fellow post-doctoral researcher
KDEG Group
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
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Katerina El Raheb

ATHENA, Dept. of Informatics
University of Athens, Athens, Greece
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Mathieu Raynal

Assistant Professor
ELIPSE team – IRIT Lab
University of Toulouse, France

Karine Lan Hing Ting

ActivAgeing Living Lab
Troyes University of Technology, France

Nadine Vigouroux

ELIPSE team – IRIT Lab
University of Toulouse, France

Pourang P. Irani

Dept. of Computer Science
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Brian Caulfield

Full Professor and Dean of Physiotherapy
University College Dublin, Ireland
Insight Centre for Data Analytics

Jean Vanderdonckt

Full Professor in Information Systems
Louvain School of Management
Louvain Interaction Lab

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Click here for some references in the scope of the workshop.