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.

A Power and Reliability Model for Error Prone Technologies: Improving Speech-Based Support for Spatial Navigation

A power and reliability model (PRM) was proposed, which expands on traditional theories to more effectively address all three types of errors.

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2005 Best Student Paper

Automatic Production of Tactile Graphics from Scalable Vector Graphics

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2005 Best Paper

Representing Coordination and Non-Coordination in an American Sign Language Animation

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Appearance-Based Gesture Recognitions

This diploma thesis investigates the use of appearance-based features for the recognition of gestures using video input

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An Exploration of the Nature of Assistive Technology Interventions for people with Motor Neurone Disease

This study documents and critically assesses the processes of referral, assessment and training in the use of computer-based assistive technology of clients with MND undertaken by Abilitynet, a specialist UK-based charity.

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2004 Best Student Paper

Mouse Movements of Motion-Impaired Users: A Submovement Analysis

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2004 Best Paper

Text Entry From Power Wheelchairs: EdgeWrite for Joysticks and Touchpads

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Text Legibility for Web Documents and Low Vision

Insight to aid designers in producing legible, effective electronic displays for a wide audience

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ASSETS 2002

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2002 Best Student Paper

Speech-based Cursor Control

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