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Within '''Ubiquitous Computing''' (UbiComp), we focus on embodied interaction that considers how computer technology fits and blends naturally within the fabric and flow of people’s day to day activities and practices. This includes how people socialize and work together through technology, and how that technology fits within people’s physical environment. We concentrate on ''proxemic interaction'', where interaction design is driven by the distance, orientation, identity and movement relationships between people within an ecology of devices ranging from large touch-sensitive surfaces to mobile phones.
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Within '''Ubiquitous Computing''' (UbiComp), we concentrate on ''embodied interaction'', i.e., how computer technology blends naturally within the fabric of people’s day to day activities as they move about their everyday environment. We focus on ''proxemic interaction'', where design is driven by the distance, orientation, identity relationships between people moving within an ecology of devices (from large touch-sensitive surfaces down to mobile phones).
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Within '''Human Computer Interaction''' (HCI), we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies.

Within '''Ubiquitous Computing''' (UbiComp), we pursue research within the common thread of embodied interaction, which considers how computer technology fits within the fabric of people’s day to day activities
and practices. This includes how such technology blends naturally in the flow of people’s work practices, how people socialize and work together through technology, and how that technology fits within people’s physical environment. We are currently concentrating on proxemic interaction, where interaction design is driven by the distance, orientation, identity and movement relationships between people and devices. We consider an ecology of devices ranging from large touch-sensitive surfaces to mobile phones.
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Within '''Human Computer Interaction''' (HCI), we investigate a broad range of activities. These include developing various toolkits affording new ways of interacting with computers, the design and evaluation of various interaction techniques, and nuances of evaluation methodologies.

Within '''Ubiquitous Computing''' (UbiComp), we focus on embodied interaction that considers how computer technology fits and blends naturally within the fabric
and flow of people’s day to day activities and practices. This includes how people socialize and work together through technology, and how that technology fits within people’s physical environment. We concentrate on ''proxemic interaction'', where interaction design is driven by the distance, orientation, identity and movement relationships between people within an ecology of devices ranging from large touch-sensitive surfaces to mobile phones.
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | '''Dr. Saul Greenberg''']], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction and Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | '''Dr. Saul Greenberg''']], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing, and Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
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Within '''Ubiquitous Computing''' (UbiComp), we pursue research within the common thread of embodied interaction, which considers how computer technology fits within the fabric of people’s day to day activities and practices. This includes how such technology blends naturally in the flow of people’s work practices, how people socialize and work together through technology, and how that technology fits within people’s physical environment. We are currently concentrating on proxemic interaction, where interaction design is driven by the distance, orientation, identity and movement relationships between people and devices. We consider an ecology of devices ranging from large touch-sensitive surfaces to mobile phones.
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Within Human Computer Interaction (HCI), we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies.

Within Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), we are particularly interested in supporting co-located and geographically distributed small teams. We concentrate on the design and evaluation of technology to support people's effortless movement across their many styles of collaboration: across time; across place; between casual and formal interactions; and between individual and group work.
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Within '''Human Computer Interaction''' (HCI), we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies.

Within '''Computer Supported Cooperative Work''' (CSCW), we are particularly interested in supporting co-located and geographically distributed small teams. We concentrate on the design and evaluation of technology to support people's effortless movement across their many styles of collaboration: across time; across place; between casual and formal interactions; and between individual and group work.
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | '''Dr. Saul Greenberg''']], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).

Within CSCW, we are particularly interested in supporting co-located and geographically distributed small teams. We concentrate on the design and evaluation of technology to support people's effortless movement across their many styles of collaboration: across time; across place; between casual
and formal interactions; and between individual and group work.

Within HCI, we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | '''Dr. Saul Greenberg''']], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction and Computer Supported Cooperative Work.

Within Human Computer Interaction (HCI), we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies.

Within Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), we are particularly interested in supporting co-located
and geographically distributed small teams. We concentrate on the design and evaluation of technology to support people's effortless movement across their many styles of collaboration: across time; across place; between casual and formal interactions; and between individual and group work.
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'-Nigel Pass in the Nearby Rocky Mountains. Photo by Saul Greenberg-'
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'-Nigel Pass, Banff National Park. Photo by Saul Greenberg-'
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'-Nigel Pass in the Nearby Rocky Mountains. Photo by Saul Greenberg-'
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'-Nigel Pass meadows; photo by Saul Greenberg-'
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | Dr. Saul Greenberg]], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | '''Dr. Saul Greenberg''']], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
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! Laboratory for HCI, CSCW and UbiComp
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GroupLab, led by Dr. Saul Greenberg, comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
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GroupLab, led by [[http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/ | Dr. Saul Greenberg]], comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).
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! Laboratory for HCI and CSCW

GroupLab, led by Dr. Saul Greenberg, comprises faculty, students and visiting researchers with interests in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).

Within CSCW, we are particularly interested in supporting co-located and geographically distributed small teams. We concentrate on the design and evaluation of technology to support people's effortless movement across their many styles of collaboration: across time; across place; between casual and formal interactions; and between individual and group work.

Within HCI, we investigate a broad range of activities. These include tangible computing, domestic computing, and ubiquitous computing. We also investigate nuances of evaluation methodologies.
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