The Music Computing Lab
AwardsThe Mobile HCI 2011 PyrusMalus Award for Most Influential Paper from Mobile HCI 2001 was awarded in Stockholm to Simon Holland and David Morse for their 2001 paper AudioGPS: Spatial Audio Navigation with a Minimal Attention Interface. This paper has been cited 133 times in fields such as mobile commerce, vehicle navigation, haptic navigation, assistive technology and other areas.
Mobile HCI, the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, supported by ACM SIGCHI and ACM SIGMOBILE, was founded in 1998.
Ten years later, in 2008, the conference's steering committee started the tradition of awarding a prize for the most influential paper published by the conference from ten years ago. This prize is designed to highlight the strength of impact that papers from the conference have on the research community. It is considered the conference's most prestigious prize, since instead of relying on subjective judgments, the award draws on statistical publication data gathered over ten years. Holland and Morse's paper is only the third winner of this prestigious award.
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Mobile HCI ten-year Awards
Photograph Peter Holland.
Teaching Awards• 1999 M206 awarded Design Council Millennium Innovation Award.
• 1998 M206 awarded the British Computer Society (BCS) IT Award.
• 1997 M206 won the British Computer Society (BCS) Gold medal.