The ACM TVX Doctoral Consortium (DC) serves as a forum for PhD students to share ideas about the development, use, and evaluation of interactive television and online video, compare approaches, discuss research problems and receive feedback from the international Interactive Television community.
The following PhD students working in the area of interactive television had a paper accepted to the Doctoral Consortium for ACM TVX2015. The selection of students PhD papers was based on the technical quality and originality of their submissions to the Doctoral Consortium and are included in the adjunct proceedings of the conference.
Doctoral Consortium chairs: Marian Ursu (University of York, UK) and Teresa Chambel (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
External Jury member: Radu-Daniel Vatavu (University Stefan cel Mare of Suceava, Romania)
From Eyeballs To Click-Through: The Changing Value Of The User/Consumer In The Commercial Television Value Network In A Digital Connected Era
Iris Jennes – Vrije Universiteit Brussel, iMinds – SMIT, Belgium
Designing Co-Constructed Extended Live Event Coverage Experiences
Raphael Velt – Mixed Reality Lab, The University of Nottingham BBC Research & Development, UK
BEST PhD PAPER AWARD
Enhancing Watching Experience Of Football Matches On TV Via Modes Of Interaction And Types Of Visualisation Of Match-Related Information On Second Screen
Ege Sezen – HighWire Doctoral Training Centre, Lancaster University, UK
Characterising And Improving The Accessibility Of Connected TV For Users With Visual Impairments
Daniel Costa – Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa LaSIGE, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Media Multitasking Behaviour In The Living Room: Which Factors Affect It And How Can We Exploit It?
Jacob Rigby – UCLIC, University College London, UK