The in|situ| Lab
The in|situ| project develops novel interaction techniques as well as new tools to develop these techniques, and new methods to control the design process of interactive systems. The goal is to develop situated interfaces, i.e. interfaces that are adapted (or adaptable) to their contexts of use by taking advantage of the complementary aspects of humans and computers.
In the long run, the project seeks to create a new generation of interactive environments as an alternative to the current generation of desktop environments.
Download the last in|situ| report: http://raweb.inria.fr/rapportsactivite/RA2012/in-situ/in-situ.pdf
Read the INRIA online in|situ| report: http://raweb.inria.fr/rapportsactivite/RA2012/in-situ/
Jobs at in|situ|
Every year in|situ| welcomes post-docs, PhD students and internships. See proposals and topics.
- CHI 2012 best paper award for Using Rhythmic Patterns as an Input Method - E. Ghomi, G. Faure, S. Huot, O. Chapuis and M. Beaudouin-Lafon, and honorable mention for Evaluating the Benefits of Real-time Feedback in Mobile Augmented Reality with Hand-held Devices - C. Liu, S. Huot, J. Diehl, W. Mackay and M. Beaudouin-Lafon.
- in|situ| members co-author 4 full papers and 2 notes at CHI 2012.
- UIST 2011 notable mention award for Cracking the Cocoa Nut: User Interface Programming at Runtime - James Eagan, Wendy Mackay and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon.
- Michel Beaudouin-Lafon has been nominated as a senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France.
- Anastasia Bezerianos (Associate Professor at Univ. Paris-Sud) joins the in|situ| faculty.