Two teams of Electronics Engineering Education Study Program of YSU presented their papers in The 1st International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience CHIuXiD in H Clarity, Cihampelas, Bandung, Indonesia (8-9/4/2015).
CHIuXiD Conference 2015 is an International Conference of worldwide CHI (Computer-Human Interaction) or UX (User Experience) experts and professionals which aims to share, learn about CHI/UX development, demonstrate state-of-the-art interaction between participatns’ products and service, discuss challenges, potential solutions and innovations in effective interactions in participants’ place. This conference was held by Parahyangan Catholic University in collaboration with ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) in-Cooperation which is one of the biggest computing societies in the world concerning in educational computing and scientific computing. In this conference, all papers were reviewed by various experts of Computer-Human Interaction/User Experience (CHI/UX) from Brazil, Finland, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Sweden, France, Denmark, China and Indonesia.
YSU sent two teams, i.e. Emagine Labs consisting of Deni Kurnianto Nugroho (2013), Azhim Rosyed Ibrahim (2013) and Fahmi Tyastomo (2013) and Floodout consisting of Dayuanti (2012), Mochamad Noor Syamsu (2012) and Inayati Makrifah (2013). Emagine Labs team presented a paper entitled FVS System (Flood Victim’s School) which is an integrated website and mobile system to help government to find and call emergency school teacher volunteers in flood area, whereas Floodout team presented Floodout which is a mobile application used to give punishment for people who dump garbage randomly by taking their pictures and share them.
In this conference, two YSU teams finished UX Design Challenge within 24 hours before presenting it. They prepared a poster, a software prototype, a paper, a video and presentation slides within 24 hours.
“It was a good experience to learn from HCI and UX experts and to present our paper to them because we have yet to take Computer-Human Interaction class,” said Deni, the chief of Emagine Labs. He hopes that all students of Electronics Engineering Study Program will be able to produce works and attend various international activities. (MIM/Deny)