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   Dr. Nathan Amanquah
  • MB Dias, B. Browning, GA Mills-Tettey, N Amanquah, and N El-Moughny, “Undergraduate Robotics Education in Technologically Underserved Communities”, 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, April, 2007, pp. 1387-1392. [PDF]
  • GA Mills-Tettey, MB Dias, B Browning, and N Amanquah, “Teaching technical creativity through Robotics: A case study in Ghana”, Workshop on AI in ICT for Development (ICTD) at the 12th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2007), January, 2007. [PDF]
  • N Amanquah and J Dunlop, “High Capacity Hotspots Based on Bluetooth Technology”, IEEE Proceedings-Communications, Vol. 152, Issue 5, Oct. 2005 p.521 – 527. [PDF]
  • N Amanquah and J Dunlop, “Deploying A Middleware Architecture for Next Generation Mobile Systems”, European Wireless 2004 Conference, Barcelona, Spain, February 2004. [PDF]
  • N Amanquah and J Dunlop, “Interference due to Link Management Signaling in Co-ordinated Co-located Bluetooth networks”, Proceedings of Vehicular Technology Conference, Fall 2003, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2003. [PDF]
  • N Amanquah and J Dunlop, “Improved throughput by Interference Avoidance in co-located Bluetooth networks”, Proceedings of 5th European Personal Mobile Communications Conference, p. 86-90, Glasgow, UK, 2003. [PDF]
  • J Dunlop and N Amanquah, “Mapping Services on Bluetooth Radio Networks”, Proceedings of European Wireless conference, p. 69-74, Florence, Italy, 2002. [PDF]

   Dr. Suzanne Buchele

  • S Fox Buchele and R Owusu-Aning, "The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Project and Its Applicability to Ghana", Proceedings of the International Conference on Adaptive Science & Technology 2007 (ICAST’07), Dec. 10-12, Accra, Ghana. [PDF]

   Astrid Twenebowa Larssen

  • AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "Experiential Bodily Knowing as a Design (Sens)-ability in Interaction Design Desform", 3rd European Conference on Design & Semantics of Form & Movement (DeSForM), Dec. 12-13, 2007, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. [PDF]
  • L Loke, AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "Understanding Movement for Interaction Design: Frameworks and Approaches", Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 11, no. 8, 2007, 691-702. [PDF]
  • AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "The feel dimension of technology interaction: exploring tangibles through movement and touch", Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Tangible and embedded interaction (TEI) 2007, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, Feb. 15 - 17, 2007, pp. 271 - 278. [PDF]
  • AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "How it feels, not just how it looks: when bodies interact with technology", Proceedings of the 20th conference of the computer-human interaction special interest group of Australia (OZCHI), Sydney, Australia, Nov 2006, pp. 329 - 332. [PDF]
  • L Loke, AT Larssen and T Robertson, 'Labanotation for Design of Movement-Based Interaction', Proceedings of Second Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment, Sydney, Australia, 2005. [PDF]
  • AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "Mechanics and Meaning: Methodological Considerations when Studying Movement in HCI", Proceedings of Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility: The Fourth Decennial Aarhus Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, Aug. 2005. [PDF]
  • AT Larssen, T Robertson, M Brereton, L Loke and J Edwards (eds), "Workshop: Approaches to Movement-Based Interaction", at Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility: The Fourth Decennial Aarhus Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, Aug. 2005 [PDF - workshop proceedings]
  • L Loke, AT Larssen and T Robertson, "Gesture and Eyetoy: A Human-Centred Analysis of Movement-Based Interaction", Gesture Interaction Workshop, 2005, Sydney, Australia. [Presentation]
  • AT Larssen, T Robertson and J Edwards, "Understanding Movement as Input for Interaction-A Study of Two Eyetoy™ Games", Proceedings of the 18th conference of the computer-human interaction special interest group of Australia (OZCHI), Wollongong, Australia, Nov. 2004. [PDF]
  • AT Larssen, "Physical Computing - Representations of Human Movement in Human-Computer Interaction", Proceedings of Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (APCHI), Rotorua, New Zealand, July 2004.

  


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