The 7th Shikakeology Workshop will be held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan as an international track of TAAI2019. Papers have to be written and presented in English.
|Theme||Theory or practice of behavior change|
|Date||Tuesday, November 21, 2019, 10:30-12:00|
|Venue||Garden Villa Hotel(蓮潭會館), Kaohsiung, Taiwan|
|Notification due||Friday, September 20, 2019|
|Camera-ready due||Tuesday, October 1, 2019|
|Workshop date||Thursday, November 21, 2019|
A shikake, originally a Japanese word, is a trigger for behavior change. More precisely, a shikake is a perceived object that provides people an alternative attractive behavior choice.
For example, we constructed a lion head replica, and set up an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser inside the mouth. The lion is designed to recall The Mouth of Truth in Rome, Italy. When people encounter the lion, they feel like putting their hands in the lion’s mouth. As a result, their hands become clean.
Also, the stairs decorated like a piano, on which people can actually make a piano-like sound with their feet, attract people’s attention and encourage them to use the stairs rather than escalators.
The requirement of a shikake consists of three factors: fairness, attractiveness, and duality of purpose. Fairness ensures that no one faces any disadvantages. Attractiveness is a power to encourage people to change their behavior. Duality of purpose describes the situation that the purposes of users and that of providers are different. We use the capital letters (F, A, and D) and abbreviate these as FAD requirements. The two examples above satisfy FAD requirements.
We call for papers regarding such shikakes.
Please prepare papers in PDF format according to the format specification in the conference website: http://tasn.org.tw/taai2019/submission/.
TAAI 2019 uses the Easychair system for paper submission. Please submit your paper via the link below: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=taai2019. (Please select <track chair (International SS4 - Shikakeology)&rt;)
Accepted papers will be published in IEEE proceedings.
Each international paper needs one full international registration. See details at http://tasn.org.tw/taai2019/registration/.
Naohiro Matsumura (Osaka University)