ignacio.avellino [at] umbc.edu
Bodies In Motion Lab, Information Systems Department.
Technology/Engineering (ITE) building
Baltimore County, MD, USA
2020 01 20
I moved to the Bodies in Motion Lab
at UMBC, I will be working for a year with Helena Mentis on surgical telementoring. Exciting times!
2019 12 09
Our CHI 2020
submission Multimodal and Mixed Control of Robotic Endoscopes
has been accepted.
2019 12 07
I'll be at the CHI 2020
PC Meeting, come talk to me!
2019 11 04
I'll be at IHM2019
. UPDATE: not anymore, french strikes.
2019 09 06
Khanh-Duy Le presented our paper GazeLens at INTERACT19
2019 03 01
We submitted a proposal for the Sorbonne Emergence
2018 12 01
We submitted a proposal for the SIRIC CURAMUS 2018 funding.
2018 10 25
We submitted an ANR
2018 05 23
I am officially TPC assistant for CHI2020
, thank you Joanna McGrenere and Andy Cockburn!
2017 12 12
I defended my PhD thesis
: Supporting collaborative practices across wall-sized displays with video-mediated communication
2017 10 31
I'm chairing the session Interaction Design
at UEIS 2017
2017 06 14
I gave a talk
at UPMC on Remote Collaboration Across Wall-Sized Displays.
Comanipulation for Surgical Robots
Collaboration between surgeons and surgical robots through comanipulation of surgical tools
Impacts of Telemanip. Surgical Robots
Investigating the impacts of telemanipulated surgical robots on the practices of surgical teams
Using lenses to improves interpretation of a satellite's gaze in hub-satelite video conferencing
An exploration of the Corpsurbain. Contemporary urban fiction exploring the future of the body
Using camera arrays to accomplish remote collaboration across wall-sized displays
Instant User Interfaces
An interaction paradigm that lets users operate systems by using everyday objects as their controller
A two-player mashup of ping pong and air hockey - just with water pumps!
Transparency in Qualitative Research: Increasing Fairness in the CHI Review Process
Panel at ACM CHI 2020. 40% acceptance rate (6/15).
Multimodal and Mixed Control of Robotic Endoscopes
To appear in Proceedings of ACM CHI 2020. 10 + 3 pages. 24.31% acceptance rate (760/3126).
A Surgical Cockpit for Minimally Invasive Surgery.
Hamlyn Symposium Surgical Robot Challenge 2019 - Finalists.
Hard Constraints: Why Telemanipulated Surgical Robots Affect Creative Tool Use.
Symposium: Workgroup on Interactive Systems in Healthcare. Poster, WISH@CHI 2019. 6 pages.
GazeLens: Guiding Attention to Improve Gaze Interpretation in Hub-Satellite Collaboration.
Impacts of Telemanipulation in Robotic Assisted Surgery.
Using Comanipulation with Active Force Feedback to Undistort Stiffness Perception in Laparoscopy.
Événements Indésirables de la Chirurgie Robot-Assisté.
Putting the Coach in the Loop: Improving Practice in Outdoor Activities Through Technology.
Workshop on HCI in the Outdoors. ACM CHI 2018. 4 + 2 pages.
Supporting collaborative practices across wall-sized displays with video-mediated communication.
CamRay: Camera Arrays Support Remote Collaboration on Wall-Sized Displays.
Accuracy of Deictic Gestures to Support Telepresence on Wall-sized Displays.
Telepresence systems for Large Interactive Spaces.
Workshop on Everyday Telepresence: Emerging Practices and Future Research Directions. ACM CHI 2015. 4 pages.
Instant user interfaces: repurposing everyday objects as input devices.
Proceedings of ACM ITS 2013. 10 pages. 28.9% acceptance rate (35/121).
Magic Wako - User Interaction in a Projector-based Augmented Reality Game.
2019: Guest co-editor with Dr. Helena Mentis of the special issue Imaging Interaction in Surgery of the open access journal Multimodal Technologies and Interaction
CHI18 - Web co-chair
UIST18 - Video-Preview co-chair
CHI2020 - Technical Program Chair Assistant
CHI2021 - Data co-chair
CHI15 – CHI20, TOCHI 2018-2019, UIST15 – UIST16, SUI15, DIS16, ISS16 – ISS17, IJHCIS 2018, AfriCHI18