Ingi Helgason

Ingi Helgason

Dr Ingi Helgason

Senior Research Fellow

Biography

Ingi Helgason is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University.
Current projects:
Creative Informatics - delivered by the University of Edinburgh in partnership with Edinburgh Napier University, Codebase and Creative Edinburgh. Funded by the Creative Industries Clusters Programme and managed by the Arts & Humanities Research Council as part of the Industrial Strategy. The programme is part of the City Region Deal Data Driven Innovation initiative. www.creativeinformatics.org
SpeculativeEdu - an educational, project funded by ERASMUS+, the European Union programme for education, training, youth, and sport, with the aim of strengthening speculative design education by collecting and exchanging existing knowledge and experience whilst developing new methods in the field of speculative design. www.speculativeedu.eu

Publications and CV: www.complexpleasures.wordpress.com

Events

Esteem

Conference Activity

  • Invited to join programme committee for UbiComp15 workshop: 1st Workshop on Full-Body and Multisensory Experience in Ubiquitous Interaction
  • Committee member for British HCI conference 2012

 

Editorial Activity

  • Scientific committee member: User Experience & Urban Creativity
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Interaction Science (JoIS)

 

Reviewing

  • Awarded Special Recognition for Reviewing for ACM DIS 2018
  • Awarded Special Recognition for Reviewing for ACM CHI 2018
  • Awarded Special Recognition for Reviewing for ACM DIS 2016

 

Date


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Presence for everyone - a short guide to presence research.

Book
Smyth, M. (2009)
D. Benyon, M. Smyth, & I. Helgason (Eds.). Presence for everyone - a short guide to presence research. Centre for Interaction Design
Every day in countless interactions you and I use media to immerse ourselves in virtual environments of information, gaming, video, and social networking. For these moments we...

Presence and consciousness.

Book
Turner, P. (2008)
Presence and consciousness. In D. Benyon, M. Smyth, & I. Helgason (Eds.), Presence for everyone: a short guide to presence research, 21-24. Peach Consortium

Fragments of place : revealing sense of place through shared phone images.

Digital Artefact
Smyth, M. & Helgason, I. (2008)
Fragments of place : revealing sense of place through shared phone images.
Is an interactive new media art installation that explores how the sharing of images, normally hidden on mobile phones, can reveal more about people's sense of place and this ...

Imagining urban interactions: strategies for exploring future design landscapes.

Conference Proceeding
Smyth, M. & Helgason, I. (2010)
Imagining urban interactions: strategies for exploring future design landscapes. In Proceedings of British HCI
For designers, attempting to respond to unknown design spaces can be a daunting task. This paper describes a series of workshops that presented rapid ethnographic design metho...

Aspects of lifelikeness: a framework for optional interactions with public installations

Conference Proceeding
Helgason, I., Smyth, M. & Speed, C. (2011)
Aspects of lifelikeness: a framework for optional interactions with public installations
This poster presents a framework for the design and evaluation of “optional interactions” with publicly sited, non-utilitarian installations. These kinds of encounters, where ...

From urban space to future place.

Conference Proceeding
Helgason, I., Jensen, L., Rosenbak, S., Skrinjar, L., Smyth, M., Streinzer, A., …Wouters, N. (2012)
From urban space to future place
How the UrbanIxD summer school applied critical design & design fiction to future urban technologies. Produced in collaboration with the Book Sprints for ICT Research FP7 proj...

Fragments of place.

Conference Proceeding
Smyth, M., Helgason, I. & Benyon, D. (2007)
Fragments of place. In Bryan-Kinns, N., Lloyd, T. & Sheridan, J. (Eds.). Proceedings of (re)Actor3, the Third International Conference on Digital Live Art, 35-36
Through the sharing and display of personal mobile phone images, the installation invites viewers to explore the connected nature of their sense of place.

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