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Wed, 3 Oct 2001 22:35:29 -0700
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The full program schedule for the Workshop on Perceptive User Interfaces
(PUI'01) now is up on the web:

http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/PUI/PUIWorkshop

We are very pleased with the range of perceptive and multimodal interface
themes that will be represented during the workshop. In addition to the
technical talks, Melody Moore and Robin Murphy will be joining us as
invited
speakers.  Prof. Moore's research focuses on brain-computer interfaces,
including neural implants for severely impaired populations
(http://www.cis.gsu.edu/~mmoore/). Prof. Murphy's work is in the area of
sensor fusion, human-bot interaction, and mobile robotics for search and
rescue and other applications (http://www.csee.usf.edu/~murphy/). Many of
us
will be interested to hear about interface design challenges or "wish
lists"
that Robin may pose for us as a result of robotics search and rescue
exercises on-site in Manhattan over the past two weeks. Finally, a panel
presentation will discuss the new government funding program on "Augmented
Cognition", with four senior researchers summarizing ideas and recent work
in different thrust areas.

We are looking forward to a stimulating and discussion-oriented event.
Please note that the early registration deadline for PUI'01 is Oct. 13th.
On-line registration is being conducted by IEEE, and can be accessed from
the PUI website: http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/PUI/PUIWorkshop/index.html.

Best regards,

The PUI'01 Organizing Committee

Myron Flickner, Workshop Chair
Sharon Oviatt and Trevor Darrell, Program Co-Chairs
Matthew Turk
Gary Bradski

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