Information Director

Information Director

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Tiago Guerreiro is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon, and a researcher at LaSIGE. His research focuses on mobile accessibility, text-entry, and on accessible and usable privacy. He has focused most of his efforts on improving the quality of life of blind and visually impaired people, people with motor impairments, and people with dementia. He was a local chair for ASSETS 2015 and has collaborated in several other editions, as an organizer, committee member, and author. Tiago holds MSc (2008) and PhD (2012) degrees from T├ęcnico, University of Lisbon, both in Information Systems and Computer Engineering.

2010 Best Paper

Disability Studies As a Source of Critical Inquiry for the Field of Assistive Technology

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Albert Cook: Outstanding Contribution Recipient 2010

In recognition of his life-long dedication to accessibility

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Inclusive User Modelling

I have also addressed the shortcomings of existing HCI models and hope to develop a system that will be easier to use than the existing models and support both able-bodied and disabled users.

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AWA, Methodological Framework in the Accessibility Domain for Web Application Development

As a proposed solution to this situation, from the engineering perspective, the methodological support AWA (Accessibility for Web Applications) is presented in this thesis.

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Addressing Age-Related Pen-Based Target Acquisition Difficulties

The results of this research support our main thesis that the accessibility of pen-based interfaces can be improved for older adults by first examining the sources of age-related acquisition difficulty, and then using the results of this examination to develop improved techniques.

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January 2010 Left Field Article

Compensated Signature Embedding for Multimedia Content Authentication

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Towards Behaviour-Driven Transcoding of Web Content Through an Analysis of User Coping Strategies

This thesis presents work that addresses both these limitations. SADIe, a content transcoder, was developed that is both accurate and scalable.

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Non Visual Navigation of Excel Spreadsheet

Providing a more accessible non-visual navigation of spreadsheets will help individuals who are blind and visually impaired in getting a better education, will improve their skills, and assist them in entering new careers.

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Automatic Assessment of Contextual Web Accessibility from an Evaluation, Measurement and Adaptation Perspectives

This PhD report explores how automatic accessibility assessment benefits both accessibility experts and end-users.

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ASSETS 2009

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