The ACM SIGACCESS Student Research Competition (SRC) is a forum for undergraduates and graduate students to present their research, exchange ideas, receive feedback from a panel of experts, and have an opportunity to win awards for their work. Lets see who’s made it this year to the SRC at ASSETS.
Don’t be fooled, the SRC submissions go through a number of reviewing steps including a standard review by the SRC judges before they are even accepted to the conference. We then judge the posters and demonstrations and invite just 2 to present to our delegates.
So who do we have this year:
- ACCESSIBLE SKIMMING: FASTER SCREEN READING OF WEB PAGES
- ACCESSIBLE WEB AUTOMATION INTERFACE: A USER STUDY
- DETECTING HUNCHBACK BEHAVIOR IN AUTISTIC CHILDREN WITH SMART PHONE ASSISTIVE DEVICES
- DETECTING THE HAND-MOUTHING BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY USING KINECT IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
- FACE TRACKING USER INTERFACES USING VISION-BASED CONSUMER DEVICES
- KINEMPT: A KINECT-BASED PROMPTING SYSTEM TO TRANSITION AUTONOMOUSLY THROUGH VOCATIONAL TASKS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS
- REUSABLE GAME INTERFACES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
- WII REMOTE AS A CUSTOMIZABLE WEB NAVIGATION DEVICE FOR PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
I’m really looking forward to judging these submissions they look (and read) like some really excellent work!