Andrés Lucero is an Associate Professor of interaction design at the Mads Clausen Institute of the University of Southern Denmark in Kolding. He has co-organized a series of workshops on Mobile Collocated Interactions that have focused on Technology (CHI’15), Wearables (MobileHCI’15), Social Aspects (CSCW’16), and Proxemics (CHI’16).
Aaron Quigley is a Professor at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He is co-founder and director of SACHI, the St Andrews Computer Human Interaction research group. His research interests include surface and multi-display computing, HCI, pervasive and ubiquitous computing and information visualisation. He has served on over 80 program committees and has been involved in chairing roles of over 20 international conferences (e.g., Pervasive, MobileHCI, ITS, UIST), workshops (e.g., CSCW’16, CHI’16), and symposia.
Jun Rekimoto is a Professor at the University of Tokyo, and a deputy director of Sony Computer Science Laboratories, inc. in Japan. His research interests include HCI, human-augmentation, ubiquitous computing, augmented reality, and IoA (Internet of Abilities). He has co-organized conferences in this field including UbiComp’13 (program co-chair), CHI’15 (papers co-chair), and UIST’16 (general co-chair).
Anne Roudaut is a Lecturer and co-leader at the Bristol Interaction Group at the University of Bristol (UK). Her research focuses on shape-changing interactive devices and she is particularly interested in how the form factors of mobile devices impact their interaction style. She has co-organized a workshop on organic experiences (CHI’13).
Martin Porcheron is a PhD student in the Mixed Reality Laboratory at the University of Nottingham. His work has focused on the use of mobile devices within collocated groups. His research includes examining the social implications of mobile device use and the positioning of mobile devices as resources that people can draw upon in conversations. He has recently co-organised workshops at both CSCW ’16 and CHI ’16.
Marcos Serrano is an assistant professor in the Toulouse Institute of Computer Science Research (IRIT) at the University of Toulouse (France). His research is dedicated to designing novel interaction techniques in the field of mobile and ubiquitous computing. Marcos has been MobileHCI program committee member, poster chair and paper chair.