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Mini-symposium Behavior and Sustainability
Wed 29 March 2017, 10:00 – 12:00 CEST
We are welcoming two presenters:
Prof.Dr. F. Kaiser
Otto von Guericke University, Germany
Title: Attitudes within the Campbell Paradigm: One Stone for Two Birds.
Florian G. Kaiser is professor of personality and social psychology at the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg, Germany. His research interests include attitude theory, attitude-behavior consistency, attitude and behavior change, the Campbell Paradigm, person-situation interaction, intrinsic motivation. Topics of interest are: conservation & sustainable development, environmental education, health promotion & restorative environments, evidence-based policy support, and large-scale attitude and behavior campaigns. Dr. Kaiser has published close to 80 refereed journal articles. Since 2017, he is co-editor of the Journal of Environmental Psychology. Division 34 (Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology) of the American Psychological Association (APA) awarded him fellow status in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the science of psychology.
Dr. L. Bartram
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Title: Personal Energy Analytics: Successes, Failures and Challenges in Visualization for where we live.
Lyn Bartram is an associate professor in the School of Interactive Art and Technology at SFU in Canada, where she is a co-founder and the Director of the CoLab, a multidisplay research facility to investigate how people work together in both co-located and remote contexts. Research interests include collaboration interfaces, perceptual issues in information visualization, methodologies for interface evaluation, and human interaction in complex systems. In particular she is interested in how the rich visual modality of motion and animation can be used in information visualization and affective interfaces. Her work focuses on understanding what humans do well and how to design interfaces that exploit human perception and cognition, especially in more complex environments with multiple devices, large and distributed displays or multiple users.
And in the afternoon at 16.00,
Veranika Lim will defend her dissertation
Design Opportunities in Reducing Domestic Food Waste: A Collective Approach
in Collegezaal 5 in the Auditorium.