2001 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2001)

Venue: Santa Fe

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 14, 2001 End Date/Time: Jan 17, 2001
Paper Submission Date: Jul 03, 2000
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The International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) "addresses the theory, design, development, and evaluation of intelligent user interfaces."

IUI 2001 is the annual meeting of the intelligent interfaces community and serves as the principal international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces.
Previous Meetings

1997 1998 1999 2000

From the Conference CoChairs:

We welcome researchers and practioners from around the globe to join us in hearing about new research and applications of research ideas in intelligent user interfaces. Talks during the conference will be given by an international group of researchers and practitioners.
As a conference attendee, you will have ample time to meet together with others and talk about ideas, during the day, and during the reception on Sunday evening, and the Poster/Demo reception on Monday night. The Poster/Demo reception will offer everyone a chance to hear about late breaking ideas and to see what interfaces really can do.
Our meeting is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a vibrant and fascinating city in the Southwest of the United States. If you come early or stay a bit after the meeting, you can see the city and the wonderful countryside around it.
We look forward to your joining us at IUI 2001!

Candy Sidner and Johanna Moore

Conference: January 14-17, 2001

Early Registration Deadline: December 20, 2001

Hotel Early Registration Deadline: December 13, 2001

Special Rates for Conference Attendees offered by the Eldorado Hotel until 12/13/2000.
$119 per night, single or double occupancy beginning 1/12/2001 through 1/17/2001. Contact the Eldorado directly for reservations (make sure and mention that you want the ACM/IUI Conference rate).

Poster/Demo Night: Monday, January 15, 2001

Poster/Demo Submissions: November 30, 2000

Poster/Demo Notification: December 15, 2000

Paper Submissions Deadline: July 3, 2000

Review Notification: September 8, 2000

IUI 2001 Advance Program
Santa Fe, New Mexico
January 14-17, 2001
Daytime Events
Sunday: Tutorials, Workshops
Monday: Opening Plenary Address, Paper Sessions
Tuesday: Paper Sessions, Panel
Wednesday: Paper Sessions, Closing Plenary Address
Evening Events
Sunday, 6:30-8:00 PM: Opening Reception
Monday, 7:00-9:00 PM: Poster/Demo Reception
Sunday, 14 January 2000
Sunday, 8:00-12:00
Tutorial I: Intelligent User Interfaces
Mark Maybury, The MITRE Corporation

Tutorial II: Designing User-Adaptive Systems
Anthony Jameson, University of Saarbrucken

Sunday, 1:30-5:30

Tutorial III: Programming by Demonstration
Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab

Tutorial IV: Animated Pedagogical Agents
W. Lewis Johnson, USC/ISI

Sunday, 9:00-5:00

Workshops: TBA

Sunday, 6:30-8:00

Opening Reception

Monday, 15 January 2000
Monday, 9:20-9:30

Opening Remarks
Candy Sidner, MERL Johanna Moore, University of Edinburgh James Lester, North Carolina State University

Monday, 9:30-10:30

Opening Plenary Address:
James Allen, University of Rochester

Monday, 11:00-12:30

Paper Session I: Interfaces That Understand
Chair: Justine Cassell, MIT Media Lab

An Architecture for More Realistic Conversational Systems
James Allen, George Ferguson, Amanda Stent, University of Rochester
Towards a Computational Model of Sketching
Kenneth D. Forbus, Ronald W. Ferguson, Jeffery M. Usher, Northwestern University
Creating Tangible Interfaces by Augmenting Physical Objects with Multimodal Language
David R. McGee, Philip R. Cohen, Oregon Graduate Institute
Monday, 2:00-3:30

Paper Session II: Bayesian and Model-Based Interfaces
Chair: Mark Maybury, MITRE

Generating Adaptive Support to the Understanding of Instructional Material
Cristina Conati, University of British Columbia
Ambush: Calendars as Sensors
Elizabeth Mynatt, Joe Tullio, Georgia Tech
Applying Model-Based Techniques to the Development of UIs for Mobile Computers
Jacob Eisenstein, Jean Vanderdonckt, Angel Puerta, RedWhale Software
Monday, 4:00-5:15

Panel: TBA

Tuesday 16 January 2000
Tuesday, 9:00-10:30

Paper Session III: Task-Support: Design, Learning, & Knowledge Acquisition
Chair: Angel Puerta, RedWhale Software

An Integrated Interface for Proactive, Experience-Based Design Support
David B. Leake, Indiana University; Larry Birnbaum, Kristian Hammond, Northwestern University; Cameron Marlow, MIT Media Lab; Hao Yang, Ford Motor Company

Mixed Initiative Interfaces for Learning Tasks: SMARTedit Talks Back
Steven Wolfman, Tessa Lau, Pedro Domingos, Dan Weld, University of Washington

An Integrated Environment for Knowledge Acquisition
Jim Blythe, Jihie Kim, Surya Ramachandran, Yolanda Gil, USC/ISI

Tuesday, 11:00-12:15

Panel I: TBA

Tuesday, 2:00-3:30

Paper Session IV: Recommending and Searching
Chair: Tony Jameson, University of Saarbrucken

A Computational Model and Classification Framework for Social Navigation
Mark O. Riedl, North Carolina State University

Implicit Interest Indicators

Mark Claypool, Phong Le, Makoto Waseda, David Brown, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Community Search Assistant
Natalie Glance, Xerox Research Centre Europe

Tuesday, 4:00-5:15

Paper Session V: Short Papers
Chair: Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab

An Intelligent User Interface for Mixed-Initiative Multi-Source Travel Planning
Martin Frank, Maria Muslea, Jean Oh, Steve Minton, Craig Knoblock, USC/ISI
Incorporating Tutorial Strategies into an Intelligent Assistant
Jim R. Davies, Georgia Tech ; Neal Lesh, Charles Rich, Candace L. Sidner, MERL; Abigail S.
Gertner, The MITRE Corp; Jeff Rickel, USC/ISI
When Policies Are Better Than Plans: Decision-Theoretic Planning of Recommendation Sequences
Thorsten Bohnenberger, Anthony Jameson, University of Saarbruecken
Towards Context-Based Search Engine Selection
David B. Leake and Ryan Scherle, Indiana University
Generating Virtual Camera Compositions
William Bares, Byungwoo Kim, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Wednesday 17 January 2000
Wednesday, 9:00-10:00

Paper Session VI: Example-Based Intelligent Interfaces
Chair: Robert St. Amant, North Carolina State University

Intelligent Profiling by Example
Sybil Shearin, Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Laboratory
Example-based Generation of Custom Data Analysis Appliances
Mark Derthick and Steven F. Roth, Carnegie Mellon University
Wednesday, 10:30-11:30

Paper Session VII: Short Papers
Chair: Jeff Bradshaw, UWF Institute for Human and Machine Cognition

Modeling User Preferences via Theory Refinement
Ben Geisler, Vu Ha, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Peter Haddawy, Asian Institute of Technology
What Do Users Prefer? A Personalized Intelligent User Interface for Searching Information – An Empirical Study
Goren-Bar Dina, Kuflik Tsvi, Lavie Tali, Ben-Gurion University
Adaptively Constructing the Query Interface for Meta-Search Engines
Lieming Huang, Thiel Ulrich, Matthias Hemmje, Erich J. Neuhold, German National Research Center for Information Technology
XLibris: Automatic Retrieval and Aggregation of Task-Sensitive Information about Physical Objects
Andrew Crossen, Jay Budzik, Mason Warner, Larry Birnbaum, Kristian, J. Hammond, Northwestern University
Wednesday, 11:30-1:00


Wednesday, 1:00-2:00

Closing Plenary Address:
Joe Marks, MERL

Wednesday, 2:30-4:30

Paper Session VIII: What’s Next?: Navigation, Visualization, & Story Creation

A Hybrid Indoor Navigation System
Andreas Butz, Jörg Baus, Anonio Krüger, Marco Lohse, University of Saarbruecken
Intelligent Visualization in a Planning Simulation
Robert St. Amant, Christopher G. Healey, Mark Riedl, Sarat Kocherlakota, David A. Pegram, Mika Torhola, North Carolina State University
Interfaces for Understanding Multi-Agent Behavior
Pedro Szekely, Craig Milo Rogers, Martin Frank, USC/ISI
Heroes, Villains, Magicians,...: Dramatis Personae in a Virtual Story Creation Environment
Ana Paiva, Isabel Machado and Rui Prada, INESC (Portugal)

Wednesday, 4:30-4:35

Closing Remarks:
Candy Sidner, MERL