Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

6 June 2018
TU/e
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research involves engineers, psychologists, and designers, amongst many other types of researchers. Thus, there are methodological standards that are often in discord in evaluating and doing research in HCI. One specific question that comes to mind is, when there are many exploratory studies in HCI, how can we be confident about our initial effect size/sample size when there are no real relevant studies that were done before? To tackle this challenge, we invite Daniel Lakens on how HCI as a field can grow in terms of methods involved. Furthermore, you are invited to get your research designs evaluated through this session, be it from a former study or a study being planned. Be ready to discuss your research questions and proposed methods, in order to get the most out of this session as a group. Please sign up below to indicate your attendance.

Preliminary Programme 

13:00 welcome with lunch

14:00 introductions, introduction to slice of science on methodology

14:30 discussions with Daniel Lakens

16:45 closing remarks

17:00 drinks (+ optional dinner, at own cost)


Venue

The talks and debate will take place at the Eindhoven University of Technology, building IPO 0.26, in Eindhoven. .


Registration

Participation is free, but registration is required. Please register here.

 

Organizers

Gijs Huisman (g.huisman-1@utwente.nl), University of Twente

Minha Lee (m.lee@tue.nl) , Eindhoven University of Technology

Merijn Bruijnes (m.bruijnes@utwente.nl), University of twente

Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research involves engineers, psychologists, and designers, amongst many other types of researchers. Thus, there are methodological standards that are often in discord in evaluating and doing research in HCI. One specific question that comes to mind is, when there are many exploratory studies in HCI, how can we be confident about our initial effect size/sample size when there are no real relevant studies that were done before? To tackle this challenge, we invite Daniel Lakens on how HCI as a field can grow in terms of methods involved. Furthermore, you are invited to get your research designs evaluated through this session, be it from a former study or a study being planned. Be ready to discuss your research questions and proposed methods, in order to get the most out of this session as a group. Please sign up below to indicate your attendance.

Preliminary Programme 

13:00 welcome with lunch

14:00 introductions, introduction to slice of science on methodology

14:30 discussions with Daniel Lakens

16:45 closing remarks

17:00 drinks (+ optional dinner, at own cost)


Venue

The talks and debate will take place at the Eindhoven University of Technology, building IPO 0.26, in Eindhoven. .


Registration

Participation is free, but registration is required. Please register here.

 

Organizers

Gijs Huisman (g.huisman-1@utwente.nl), University of Twente

Minha Lee (m.lee@tue.nl) , Eindhoven University of Technology

Merijn Bruijnes (m.bruijnes@utwente.nl), University of twente

Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

6 June 2018
TU/e

Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research involves engineers, psychologists, and designers, amongst many other types of researchers. Thus, there are methodological standards that are often in discord in evaluating and doing research in HCI. One specific question that comes to mind is, when there are many exploratory studies in HCI, how can we be confident about our initial effect size/sample size when there are no real relevant studies that were done before? To tackle this challenge, we invite Daniel Lakens on how HCI as a field can grow in terms of methods involved. Furthermore, you are invited to get your research designs evaluated through this session, be it from a former study or a study being planned. Be ready to discuss your research questions and proposed methods, in order to get the most out of this session as a group. Please sign up below to indicate your attendance.

Preliminary Programme 

13:00 welcome with lunch

14:00 introductions, introduction to slice of science on methodology

14:30 discussions with Daniel Lakens

16:45 closing remarks

17:00 drinks (+ optional dinner, at own cost)


Venue

The talks and debate will take place at the Eindhoven University of Technology, building IPO 0.26, in Eindhoven. .


Registration

Participation is free, but registration is required. Please register here.

 

Organizers

Gijs Huisman (g.huisman-1@utwente.nl), University of Twente

Minha Lee (m.lee@tue.nl) , Eindhoven University of Technology

Merijn Bruijnes (m.bruijnes@utwente.nl), University of twente

Slice of Science: Methodological Challenges in HCI Research

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research involves engineers, psychologists, and designers, amongst many other types of researchers. Thus, there are methodological standards that are often in discord in evaluating and doing research in HCI. One specific question that comes to mind is, when there are many exploratory studies in HCI, how can we be confident about our initial effect size/sample size when there are no real relevant studies that were done before? To tackle this challenge, we invite Daniel Lakens on how HCI as a field can grow in terms of methods involved. Furthermore, you are invited to get your research designs evaluated through this session, be it from a former study or a study being planned. Be ready to discuss your research questions and proposed methods, in order to get the most out of this session as a group. Please sign up below to indicate your attendance.

Preliminary Programme 

13:00 welcome with lunch

14:00 introductions, introduction to slice of science on methodology

14:30 discussions with Daniel Lakens

16:45 closing remarks

17:00 drinks (+ optional dinner, at own cost)


Venue

The talks and debate will take place at the Eindhoven University of Technology, building IPO 0.26, in Eindhoven. .


Registration

Participation is free, but registration is required. Please register here.

 

Organizers

Gijs Huisman (g.huisman-1@utwente.nl), University of Twente

Minha Lee (m.lee@tue.nl) , Eindhoven University of Technology

Merijn Bruijnes (m.bruijnes@utwente.nl), University of twente