Everyone who wishes to attend HAID 2022 (including the workshops) has to register.

Day 1, Thursday, August 25

09:00Registration & coffee (provided), Graduate Centre Foyer
10:002 parallel sessions (1st floor, Graduate centre):
Workshop 1: Designing consensual mediated social touch (room GC103)
Tutorial 1: Interactive Textiles
(room GC102)

12:00Lunch (provided), Graduate Centre Foyer
13:002 parallel sessions (1st floor Graduate centre):
Workshop 2: Imagining the Role of Haptics in Future Smart Assistant Technologies (online)
Tutorial 2: Bela sound processing microcontroller tutorial
(room GC103)

15:00Coffee break, Graduate Centre Foyer
15:20Opening remarks, Peston Lecture Theatre
Paper session 1: Accessibility, Peston Lecture Theatre
Chair: Jeremy Marozeau
[15:30] P1.1. TOuch ThE Music: Displaying Live Music into Vibration
Arthur Paté, Nicolas d’Alessandro, Audrey Gréciet, Clémence Bruggeman
[15:50] P1.2. Tickle Tuner – Haptic Smartphone Cover for Cochlear Implant Users’ Musical Training
Francesco Ganis, Marianna Vatti, Stefania Serafin
[16:10] P1.3. Phonemic-based Tactile Supplement to Lipreading: Initial Findings on Consonant Identification
Charlotte M. Reed, Dimitri Kanevsky, Joseph G. Desloge, Juan S. Martinez, Hong Z. Tan
16:30Walk to Film & Drama Studio (FADS)
17:00Keynote 1: Andrew McPherson (Queen Mary University of London)
Sensorimotor skill and cultural values in digital musical instrument design
Chair: Charalampos Saitis
FADS, 1st floor
18:00Welcome reception (provided), FADS, ground floor
19:00Music Concert by the Augmented Instruments Lab, FADS, 1st floor
Concert programme available here

Day 2, Friday, August 26

09:00 Registration & coffee (provided), Graduate Centre Foyer
(Demos can be set up from 08:30)
09:30 Paper session 2: Perception, Peston Lecture Theatre
Chair: Hong Z. Tan
[09:30] P2.1. Effect of Subthreshold Vibration On the Perception of Electrovibration
Jagan K. Balasubramanian, Rahul Kumar Ray, Muniyandi Manivannan
[09:50] P2.2. Incorporating Thermal Feedback in Cutaneous Displays: Reconciling Temporal and Spatial Disparities
Lynette A. Jones, Hsin-Ni Ho
[10:10] P2.3. The Relationship between Frequency and Hand Region Actuated
Razvan Paisa, Niels Christian Nilsson, Stefania Serafin
[10:30] P2.4. Perceptual Evaluation of the Quantization Level of a Vibrotactile Signal
Quentin Consigny, Arthur Paté, Jean-Loïc Le Carrou
10:50 Keynote 2: Charlotte Magnusson (Lund University, Sweden)
Co-designing audio haptic interactions
Chair: Stefano Papetti
Peston Lecture Theatre
11:50 Demo and Work in Progress teasers, Peston Lecture Theatre
(1 min/1 slide per Demo/WiP)
12:00 Lunch (provided), Graduate Centre Foyer

Interactive demonstrations:
D1. The Multimodal Harness: A wearable device for audio-tactile perception of vibratory stimulation
Claire Richards, Nicolas Misdariis, Roland Cahen
D2. Touch the Story: An immersive mid-air haptic experience
Anna Sheremetieva, Ihor Romanovych, Sam Frish, Orestis Georgiou, Mykola Maksymenko
D3. Textures Memories. Intermedia device.
Fernando Enrique Franco Lizarazo, Daniel Pinzón Lizarazo, Gary Gari Muriel, Daniel Steven Marulanda
D4. Augmented Guitar for Percussive Fingerstyle
Andrea Martelloni, Andrew McPherson, Mathieu Barthet
D5. Rhythm-based haptic interaction to support embodied literacy learning
Pierre-Valery Tchetgen, Victor Zappi
D6. A Virtual Reality Music Performance Platform
Sebastiano Zane
D7. Bimanual Haptic Interaction System
Eisa Anwar, Joshua P. Brown, Aaron Yurkewich, Ildar Farkhatdinov
D8. Haptic Enhanced Videos Using a High-Reality Vibration Conversion Method Available on Smartphones
Yuya Hoshi, Masashi Konyo, Satoshi Tadokoro

Work-in-progress posters:
W1. Changes in Audio Intensity Perception according to Touch Recognition in a Virtual Reality Environment
Hong-In H. Won, Byeong Hak Kim, Sebastian Merchel
W2. The Sabotaging Piano: disrupting auditory and haptic feedback in music improvisation
Teodoro Dannemann, Nick Bryan-Kinns
W3. TorqueTuner: a Case Study for Sustainable Haptic Development
Albert-Ngabo Niyonsenga, Christian Frisson, Marcelo Wanderley
W4. DeSound: A Toolkit for Building Functional Prototypes of Digital Musical Instruments
Jianing Zheng, Nick Bryan-Kinns
W5. Frequency shifting approach for mapping auditory speech frequencies to tactile frequencies
Evagoras Xydas, Panagiotis Herodotou, Constantina Polykarpou
W6. Augmented reality face recognition for musical interaction
Charlotte Magnusson 
14:20 Paper session 3: Musical Applications, Peston Lecture Theatre
Chair: Arthur Paté
[14:20] P3.1. Mapping Monophonic MIDI Tracks to Vibrotactile Stimuli Using Tactile Illusions
Byron Remache-Vinueza, Andrés Trujillo-Leon, Fabián Sarmiento-Ortiz, Liliana Topon-Visarrea,
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Fernando Vidal-Verdú
[14:40] P3.2. Accuracy of Musical Pitch Control Through Finger Pushing and Pulling
Hanna Järveläinen, Stefano Papetti, Eric Larrieux
[15:00] P3.3. Perception of Guitar Strings on a Flat Visuo-Haptic Display
Baptiste Rohou–Claquin, Malika Auvray, Jean-Loïc Le Carrou, David Gueorguiev
15:20 Keynote 3: Professor Sriram Subramanian (University College London, UK)
Multi-sensory displays using acoustic waves, holography and levitation
Chair: Ildar Farkhatdinov
Peston Lecture theatre
16:20 Coffee break (provided), Graduate Centre Foyer
16:40 Paper session 4: Design & Applications, Peston Lecture Theatre
Chair: Lynette A. Jones
[16:40] P4.1. The Reciprocity of Speculative and Product Design Research in an Industrial Framework
Claire Richards, Nicolas Misdariis, and Roland Cahen
[17:00] P4.2. Designing Audio Feedback to Enhance Motion Perception in Virtual Reality
Francesco Soave, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Ildar Farkhatdinov
[17:20] P4.3. Using Audio Recordings to Characterise a Soft Haptic Joystick
Joshua P. Brown, Ildar Farkhatdinov
17:40 Closing remarks, Peston Lecture Theatre
18:00 Farewell reception, roof top of Graduate centre with London views
19:00 The Sabotaging Piano: a concert and experiment, Performance Lab, Engineering building, ground floor (approximately 90 minutes)
Limited places available, book your free ticket here