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ASSETS 2016 Program

Monday October 24, 2016 


TIME

EVENT Location

8:00am

Registration Desk Opens Paradise Terrace

8:45am

Opening Session: Welcome and Introductions Paradise Ballroom B/C

General Chair: Jinjuan Heidi Feng, Towson University

Program Chair: Matt Huenerfauth, Rochester Institute of Technology

9:00am

Keynote Presentation Paradise Ballroom B/C

Dr. Richard Ladner is receiving the 2016 SIGACCESS Award for Outstanding Contribution, which recognizes individuals who have made significant and lasting contributions to the development of computing technologies that improve the accessibility of media and services to people with disabilities. Introduction and award presentation by Clayton Lewis, U. of Colorado

  • Accessibility is Becoming Mainstream
    Richard Ladner, University of Washington

10:00am

Coffee Break and Poster Session I Paradise Terrace

Selected papers from Posters and Demos track, all Student Research Competition (SRC) posters, and all posters from Travel Scholarship Winners



List of Posters: http://assets16.sigaccess.org/accepted_posters.html

SRC Students: http://assets16.sigaccess.org/accepted_src_papers.html

11:00am

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Christian Vogler, Gallaudet University

Podium Presentation Session with 4 papers



  • A Personalizable Mobile Sound Detector App Design for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Users - Danielle Bragg, Nicholas Huynh, and Richard Ladner

  • Improving Real-Time Captioning Experiences for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students - Saba Kawas, George Karalis, Tzu Wen Wu, and Richard Ladner

  • SlidePacer: A Presentation Delivery Tool for Instructors of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students - Alessandra Brandão, Hugo Nicolau, Shreya Tadas, and Vicki Hanson

  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Sign Transition Modeling and a Scalable Solution to Continuous Sign Language Recognition for Real-World Applications - Kehuang Li, Zhengyu Zhou, and Chin-Hui Lee

12:20pm

Lunch Paradise Ballroom D/E

1:50pm

Users with Developmental Disabilities Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Kyle Rector, University of Iowa

Podium Presentation Session with 4 papers



  • Would You Be Mine: Appropriating Minecraft as an Assistive Technology for Youth with Autism [Best Paper Finalist] - Kathryn Ringland, Christine Wolf, LouAnne Boyd, Mark Baldwin, and Gillian Hayes

  • Online Learning System to Help People with Developmental Disabilities Reinforce Basic Skills - Lourdes Morales-Villaverde, Karina Caro, Taylor Gotfrid, and Sri Kurniawan

  • Comparing Tactile, Auditory, and Visual Assembly Error-Feedback for Workers with Cognitive Impairments - Thomas Kosch, Romina Kettner, Markus Funk, and Albrecht Schmidt

  • Gesture-Based Interaction for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in India [Best Paper Finalist] - Sumita Sharma, Saurabh Srivastava, Krishnaveni Achary, Blessin Varkey, Jaakko Hakulinen, Tomi Heimonen, Markku Turunen, and Nitendra Rajput

3:10pm

Coffee Break and Poster Session I Paradise Terrace

Additional time for attendees to visit the same posters on display as during the morning session. Phil Weaver, a software engineer from Google working on Android accessibility, will offer a hands-on demo "Learning to Develop Android Accessibility Services” at the Google booth, near the registration desk. He is also interested in ideas about improving accessibility in Android.



4:10pm

Tactile Information for Blind Users Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Shiri Azenkot, Cornell Tech

Podium Presentation Session with 4 papers



  • Customizable 3D Printed Tactile Maps as Interactive Overlays - Brandon Taylor, Anind Dey, Dan Siewiorek, and Asim Smailagic

  • LucentMaps: 3D Printed Audiovisual Tactile Maps for Blind and Visually Impaired People - Timo Götzelmann

  • Gesture-Based Interactive Audio Guide on Tactile Reliefs - Andreas Reichinger, Stefan Maierhofer, Anton Fuhrmann, and Werner Purgathofer

  • Tactile Accessibility: Does Anyone Need A Haptic Glove? - Andrii Soviak, Anatoliy Borodin, Vikas Ashok, Yevgen Borodin, Yury Puzis, and I.V. Ramakrishnan

5:30pm

Time is reserved for meeting of the editorial board Paradise Ballroom B/C
of the ACM Transactions on Accessibility journal


7pm-9pm

Reception at the Conference Hotel Paradise Terrace

Brief presentation by Stewart Tansley from Facebook about TeachAccess, a collaboration between industry and higher education institutions to promote accessibility education in computing degree programs.

A large group of students and faculty from the NSF-funded APAcT IGERT program are attending ASSETS 2016 and will present posters at this time.


 

Tuesday October 25, 2016 


TIME

EVENT Location

8:30am

Registration Desk Opens Paradise Terrace

9:00am

Communication and Aging Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Karyn Moffatt, McGill University

Podium Presentation Session with 4 papers



  • The Cost of Turning Heads: A Comparison of a Head-Worn Display to a Smartphone for Supporting Persons with Aphasia in Conversation - Kristin Williams, Karyn Moffatt, Jonggi Hong, Yasmeen Faroqi-Shah, and Leah Findlater

  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Exploring Traditional Phones as an E-Mail Interface for Older Adults - Robin Brewer, Raymundo Cornejo Garcia, Tedmond Schwaba, Darren Gergle, and Anne Marie Piper

  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Teach Or Design? How Older Adults' Use of Ticket Vending Machines Could Be More Effective - Michael Sengpiel

  • EXPERIENCE REPORT: Breaking Barriers to Digital Literacy: An Intergenerational Social-Cognitive Approach - Keith Atkinson, Jaclyn Barnes, Judith Albee, Peter Anttila, Judith Haataja, Kanak Nanavati, Kelly Steelman, and Charles Wallace

10:20am

Coffee Break and Poster Session II Paradise Terrace

Selected papers from Posters and Demos track, including posters on the topic of Text Entry, and posters from Doctoral Consortium (DC) participants



List of Posters: http://assets16.sigaccess.org/accepted_posters.html

DC Students: http://assets16.sigaccess.org/accepted_dc_participants.html

11:20am

Rehabilitation and Clinical Technologies Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Shaun Kane, University of Colorado Boulder

Podium Presentation Session with 3 papers



  • A Computer Vision-Based System for Stride Length Estimation Using A Mobile Phone Camera - Wei Zhu, Boyd Anderson, Shenggao Zhu, and Ye Wang

  • Uncovering Challenges and Opportunities for 3D Printing Assistive Technology with Physical Therapists [Best Paper Finalist] - Samantha Mcdonald, Niara Comrie, Erin Buehler, Nicholas Carter, Braxton Dubin, Karen Gordes, Sandy Mccombe-Waller, and Amy Hurst

  • EXPERIENCE REPORT: Clinical and Maker Perspectives on the Design of Assistive Technology with Rapid Prototyping Technologies - Megan Hofmann, Julie Burke, Jon Pearlman, Goeran Fiedler, Andrea Hess, Jon Schull, Scott E. Hudson, and Jennifer Mankoff

12:20pm

Lunch Paradise Ballroom D/E

1:50pm

Big Data and Blind Users Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Kathy McCoy, University of Delaware

Podium Presentation Session with 2 papers



  • WeAllWalk: An Annotated Data Set of Inertial Sensor Time Series From Blind Walker - German Flores and Roberto Manduchi

  • Supporting Orientation of People with Visual Impairment: Analysis of Large Scale Usage Data [Best Paper Finalist] - Hernisa Kacorri, Sergio Mascetti, Andrea Gerino, Dragan Ahmetovic, Hironobu Takagi, and Chieko Asakawa

2:30pm

Text Entry Challenge in Memory of Torsten Felzer Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Adam Sporka, Czech Technical University in Prague

Podium Presentation Session with 2 papers on Text Entry and announcement of two papers on this topic at Poster Session II



  • An Evaluation of SingleTap Braille Keyboard: A Text Entry Method That Utilizes Braille Patterns on Touchscreen Devices - Mariam Alnfiai and Srinivas Sampalli

  • EXPERIENCE REPORT: OnScreenDualScribe with Point-and-Click Interface: A Viable Computer Interaction Alternative Based on a Virtual Modified Numerical Keypad - Kavita Krishnaswamy, Patricia Ordóñez, Phillip Beckerle, Stephan Rinderknecht, and Torsten Felzer

3:10pm

Coffee Break and Poster Session II Paradise Terrace

Additional time for attendees to visit the same posters on display as during the morning session. Phil Weaver, a software engineer from Google working on Android accessibility, will offer a hands-on demo "Learning to Develop Android Accessibility Services” at the Google booth, near the registration desk. He is also interested in ideas about improving accessibility in Android.



4:10pm

Student Research Competition Finalist Talks Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chairs: Anke Brock (Inria Bordeaux), David Flatla (U. Dundee)

Podium presentation session with short talks by the top finalists in both the graduate and undergraduate division of the Student Research Competition.



5:00pm

SIGACCESS Business Meeting Paradise Ballroom B/C

All conference attendees are welcome to attend this meeting to learn more about the recent activities and upcoming plans of the ACM Special Interest Group on Accessible Computing.



6:00pm

Busses to the reception: One departs at 6pm and the other at 6:40pm.

7pm-9pm

Google Reception at the National Automobile Museum

Busses returning to hotel: One departs at 8:30pm and the other at 9:10pm.

 

Wednesday October 26, 2016 


TIME

EVENT Location

8:30am

Registration Desk Opens Paradise Terrace

9:00am

Users with Visual Impairments Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Sergio Mascetti, University of Milan

Podium Presentation Session with 3 papers



  • How People with Low Vision Access Computing Devices: Understanding Challenges and Opportunities [Best Paper Finalist] - Sarit Szpiro, Shafekah Hashash, Yuhang Zhao, and Shiri Azenkot

  • Real-Time Mobile Personalized Simulations of Impaired Colour Vision - Rhouri Mcalpine and David Flatla

  • Should I Trust It When I Cannot See It? Credibility Assessment for Blind Web Users - Ali Abdolrahmani and Ravi Kuber

10:00am

Coffee Break Paradise Terrace

11:00am

Haptic and Audio Feedback for Blind Users Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Hernisa Kacorri, Carnegie Mellon University

Podium Presentation Session with 3 papers



  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Evaluating Haptic and Auditory Directional Guidance to Assist Blind People in Reading Printed Text Using Finger-Mounted Cameras - Lee Stearns, Ruofe Du, Uran Oh, Catherine Jou, Leah Findlater, David Ross, and Jon Froehlich

  • Blind Photographers and Vizsnap: A Long-Term Study - Dustin Adams, Sri Kurniawan, Cynthia Herrera, Natalie Friedman, and Veronica Kang

  • Using Dynamic Audio Feedback To Support Peripersonal Reaching in Young Visually Impaired People [Best Paper Finalist] - Graham Wilson and Stephen Brewster

12:00pm

Lunch Paradise Ballroom D/E

1:30pm

Social Issues and Assistive Technology Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Erin Brady, IUPUI

Podium Presentation Session with 2 papers



  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Self-Conscious Or Self-Confident? A Diary Study for Conceptualizing the Social Accessibility of Assistive Technology - Kristen Shinohara and Jacob O. Wobbrock

  • Nothing to Hide: Aesthetic Customization of Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants in an Online Community - Halley Profita, Abigale Stangl, Laura Matuszewska, Sigrunn Sky, and Shaun Kane

2:10pm

Accessibility Education Paradise Ballroom B/C

Session Chair: Aqueasha Martin-Hammond, IUPUI

Podium Presentation Session with 2 papers



  • How Designing for Users with and Without Disabilities Shapes Student Design Thinking - Kristen Shinohara, Cynthia L. Bennett, and Jacob O. Wobbrock

  • TACCESS ARTICLE: Best Practices for Teaching Accessibility in University Classrooms: Cultivating Awareness, Understanding, and Appreciation for Diverse Users - Cynthia Putnam, Maria Dahman, Emma Rose, Jinghui Cheng, Glenn Bradford

2:50pm-3:20pm

Closing Session Paradise Ballroom B/C

Announcement of conference awards, wrap up of ASSETS 2016, and announcement of ASSETS 2017.



General Chair: Jinjuan Heidi Feng, Towson University

Program Chair: Matt Huenerfauth, Rochester Institute of Technology

General Chair for ASSETS'17: Amy Hurst, UMBC



Poster Session I: Monday October 24, 2016 





  • Exploring the Use of a Drone to Guide Blind Runners - Majed Al Zayer, Sam Tregillus, Jiwan Bhandari, David Feil-Seifer, Eelke Folmer

  • Impact of word presentation for Dyslexia - Damien Appert, Philippe Truillet

  • A Tool for Capturing Essential Preferences - Dana Ayotte, Michelle Brennan, Nancy Frishberg, Cynthia Jimes, Lisa Petrides, Whitney Quesenbery, Madeleine Rothberg, Rich Schwerdtfeger, Jim Tobias, Jutta Treviranus, Shari Trewin, Gregg Vanderheiden

  • Designing a Kinect2Scratch Game to Help Teachers Train Children with Intellectual Disabilities for Pedestrian Safety - Yao-Jen Chang, Ya-Shu Kang, Yao-Sheng Chang, Yu-Ling Chiu, Chia Chun Kao

  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals' Perceptions of Communication with Hearing Colleagues in Small Groups - Lisa Elliot, Michael Stinson, James Mallory, Donna Easton, Matt Huenerfauth

  • VizMap: Accessible Visual Information Through Crowdsourced Map Reconstruction - Cole Gleason, Anhong Guo, Gierad Laput, Kris Kitani, Jeffrey P. Bigham

  • EXPERIENCE REPORT: Remote Access Programs to Better Integrate Individuals with Disabilities - Thomas Hahn, Hidayat Ur Rahman, Richard Segall, Christoph Heim, Raphaela Brunson, Ankush Sharma, Maryam Aslam, Ana Lara-Rodriguez, Md. Sahidul Islam, Neha Gupta, Charles Stephen Embry, Patrick Grossmann, Shahrukh Babar, Gregory A. Skibinski, Fusheng Tang

  • Promoting Strategic Research on Inclusive Access to Rich Online Content and Services - Clayton Lewis, Shaun Kane, Richard Ladner

  • #accessibilityFail: Categorizing Shared Photographs of Physical Accessibility Problems - Hanlin Li, Erin Brady

  • Exploration of the Use of Auditory Cues in Code Comprehension and Navigation for Individuals with Visual Impairments in a Visual Programming Environment - Stephanie Ludi, Jamie Simpson, Wil Merchant

  • Tag Thunder: Towards Non-Visual Web Page Skimming - Elena Manishina, Jean-Marc Lecarpentier, Fabrice Maurel, Stéphane Ferrari, Maxence Busson

  • A Platform Agnostic Remote Desktop System for Screen Reading - Syed Masum Billah, Vikas Ashok, Donald Porter, IV Ramakrishnan

  • Ad-Hoc Access to Musical Sound for Deaf Individuals - Benjamin Petry, Thavishi Illandara, Juan Pablo Forero, Suranga Nanayakkara

  • Towards a Sign-Based Indoor Navigation System for People with Visual Impairments - Alejandro Rituerto, Giovanni Fusco, James M. Coughlan

  • "Holy Starches Batman!! We are getting walloped!": Crowdsourcing Comic Book Transcriptions - Christine Samson, Casey Fiesler, Shaun Kane

  • Kirana: A Gesture-based Market App for Life Skills Learning for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities - Sumita Sharma, Saurabh Srivastava, Krishnaveni Achary, Blessin Varkey, Tomi Heimonen, Jaakko Hakulinen, Markku Turunen, Nitendra Rajput

  • Autonomous Training Assistant: A System and Framework for Guided At-Home Motor Learning - Ramin Tadayon, Troy McDaniel, Sethuraman Panchanathan

  • "Turn Left After the Heater": Landmark Navigation for Visually Impaired Users - Robert Tscharn, Tom Außenhofer, Dimitri Reisler, Joern Hurtienne

  • Eye-Gaze With Predictive Link Following Improves Accessibility as a Mouse Pointing Interface - Jason Vazquez-Li, Lyle Pierson Stachecki, John Magee

  • Social Dimensions of Technology-Mediated Sight - Annuska Zolyom, Anushree Shukla, Jaime Snyder

 

Accepted Student Research Competition Posters


  • An Affordable Virtual Reality Learning Framework for Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorder - Mirko Gelsomini

  • Designing Wearable Mobile Device Controllers for Blind People: A Co-Design Approach - Catherine Feng

  • Gaze Typing Through Foot-Operated Wearable Device - Vijay Rajanna

  • Closed ASL Interpreting for Online Videos - Matthew Seita

  • Playing music with the head - Emeline Brulé

  • Games for People with Developmental Disabilities - Taylor Gotfrid



Poster Session II: Tuesday October 25, 2016





  • Not All Errors are Created Equal: Factors that Impact Acceptance of an Indoor Navigation Aid for the Blind - Ali Abdolrahmani, William Easley, Michele A. Williams, Erick Ronquillo, Stacy Branham, Tiffany Chen and Amy Hurst

  • Using a Design Workshop to Explore Accessible Ideation - Cynthia Bennett, Kristen Shinohara, Brianna Blaser, Andrew Davidson, Katherine Steele

  • Study of a smart cup for home monitoring of the arm and hand of stroke patients. - Maxence Bobin, Mehdi Boukallel, Margarita Anastassova, Mehdi Ammi

  • An Approach to Audio-Only Editing for Visually Impaired Seniors - Robin Brewer, Mark Cartwright, Aaron Karp, Bryan Pardo, Anne Marie Piper

  • Accessible Online Indoor Maps for Blind and Visually Impaired Users - Tania Calle-Jimenez, Sergio Luján-Mora

  • FOQUS: A Smartwatch Application for Individuals with ADHD and Mental Health Challenges - Victor Dibia

  • Tactile Interface for Electric Wheelchair - Youssef Guedira, Liam Jordan, Clément Favey, René Farcy, Yacine Bellik

  • Facade: Auto-generating Tactile Interfaces to Appliances - Anhong Guo, Jeeeun Kim, Xiang Anthony Chen, Tom Yeh, Scott Hudson, Jennifer Mankoff, Jeffrey Bigham

  • An Accessible Blocks Language: Work in Progress - Varsha Koushik, Clayton Lewis

  • Demonstration: Screen Reader Support for a Complex Interactive Science Simulation - Taliesin L. Smith, Clayton Lewis, Emily B. Moore

  • TranslatAble: Giving Individuals with Complex Communication Needs a Voice through Speech and Gesture Recognition - Meredith Moore, Sethuraman Panchanathan

  • Supporting Visual Impaired Learners in Editing Mathematics - TV Raman, Volker Sorge

  • Motivating Individuals with Spastic Cerebral Palsy to Speak Using Mobile Speech Recognition - Zachary Rubin, Sri Kurniawan, Taylor Gotfrid, Annie Pugliese

  • A Virtual Self-care Coach for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury - Ameneh Shamekhi, Ha Trinh, Tamara R. DeAngelis, Theresa Ellis, Bethlyn V. Houlihan, Nancy K. Latham, Timothy W. Bickmore

  • Magic Touch: Interacting with 3D Printed Graphics - Lei Shi, Ross McLachlan, Yuhang Zhao, Shiri Azenkot

  • Automatic Segmentation of Captions - James Waller, Raja Kushalnagar

  • Utilizing Neural Networks to Predict Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's Patients - Jonathan Zia, Arash Tadayon, Troy McDaniel, Sethuraman Panchanathan


Accepted Doctoral Consortium Posters


  • BLOCKS4ALL: Making Block Programming Languages Accessible For Blind Children - Lauren Milne

  • Designing In, And For, The Inclusive Classroom - Emeline Brulé

  • Displaying Confidence From Imperfect Automatic Speech Recognition For Captioning - Larwan Berke

  • Effect Of Speech Recognition Errors On Caption Understandability For People Who Are Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing - Sushant Kafle

  • Examining Facial Recognition Technology To Augment Indoor Navigation Experience Of Blind Individuals - Ali Abdolrahmani

  • Hearing Biochemical Structures: Molecular Visualization With Spatial Audio - Terek Arce

  • Increasing Access To Computer Science For Blind Students - Catherine Baker

  • Investigating Virtual Worlds As A Means Of Supporting Social Play In Children With Disabilities - Kathryn Ringland

  • Non Visual Exploration Of Virtual Maps Based On Wearables - Sandra Bardot

  • Proposal And Validation Of A Method For The Inclusion Of Blind People In Cooperative Modeling Activities - Leandro Luque

  • Translatable: Giving Individuals With Complex Communication Needs A Voice Through Speech And Gesture Recognition - Meredith Moore


ASSETS 2016 - Map of the conference events at the Atlantis Resort, 2nd floor


map of the 2nd floor of the atlantis resort, indicating the location of the paradise ballroom b/c (location of podium sessions), paradise ballroom d/e (next door to b/c, location for lunch), and paradise terrace (the mezzanine area outside the ballrooms, location of poster sessions and registration desk). there are restrooms located in the paradise terrace area, near the elevators. using a clock-based arrangement to describe the map: with the paradise terrace at the center, the paradise ballroom b/c are at 11 o\'clock, the paradise ballroom d/e are at 9 o\'clock, and the rest rooms and elevators are at 5 o\'clock.


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