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Christophe Kolski has obtained his Ph.D in 1989. He is a full professor in Computer Science at the Univ. Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, Valenciennes, France. He teaches software engineering and human-computer interaction to bachelor and master students in computer science. From 2015 to 2019, he was Deputy Director of the Computer Science Department of LAMIH (Laboratory of Industrial and Human Automation control, Mechanical engineering and Computer Science). From 1998 to 2014, he was Head of « Automated Reasoning and Human-Computer Interaction » research theme in the LAMIH. Christophe Kolski is involved in several research networks, projects and associations and is a referee for many scientific journals and conferences. He is specialized in human-computer interaction, software engineering for interactive systems, intelligent interface design, tangible interaction & distributed user interfaces; Several application domains are more particularly considered: transport & mobility, healthcare & disability, supervision. He was the president of the organization committee of the CADUI'2002 conference, co-president of the scientific committee of the IHM'2003, ERGO-IA'2006 & IHM’2017 conferences, co-organizer of several workshops. He has supervised or co-supervised 32 doctoral dissertations (four other are in progress). He is author, editor or co-editor of several books, author or co-author of more than 80 articles in international and national journals, and also of many communications in conferences. The last book he has edited is: “Human-Computer Interactions in Transport (John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2011, ISBN 978-1848-21279-4). For more details:


Human-centred evaluation of interactive systems: classifications, categories of evaluation methods, research issues

12/02/2020 - wednesday - 9 AM to 10:30 AM

Human-centred evaluation of interactive systems is a very vast and rich domain. Several classifications of methods for interactive system evaluation exist in literature and are applied in practice. Such methods support human-centred design approaches, but in fact design and evaluation can be often strongly linked, and certain methods can be used very early during projects. Each classification is most of the time composed with different categories, why may include variants and evolutions of methods. They are usable for the evaluation of interactive systems before and/or after their effective realization. They necessitate or not the presence of final users. Some of them are dedicated more especially to expert evaluators. It is also possible to use formal approaches, which are based on artificial intelligence technics and exploit formalized ergonomic knowledge. In this presentation, different classifications will be first described. Then, an overview of evaluation methods will be presented exploring how they can be used in different stages of several well-known development models from Software engineering. Finally, different types of evaluation problems and research issues linked to new types of application domains will be underlined.

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