• Great success in CHI 2017- 5 papers and Honorable Mention Award

    May 18th, 2017

    ACM CHI 2017: the top-tier conference of Human Computer Interaction was held from May 5-11, in Denver, US. and 3000 professionals from both academia and industry were present. Pervasive HCI Group have 5 articles accepted, making it the most productive research group around the world. Remarkable, our group got the Honorable Mention Award for three consecutive years. Pervasive HCI Group is responsible for The National Key Research and Development Program cutting-edge basic project “h

  • PCG won the special-class prize in “Challenge Cup” in the second successive year

    May 18th, 2017

    During the 106th anniversary foundation of Tsinghua University, the 35th “Challenge Cup” College Student Curricular Academic Science and Technology Works Competition brought to a successful close, department of computer science and technology won the first prize. The PCG lab made significant contributions in this competition that won a special-class award and two 2nd prizes. They are: the special-class award “Low-cost wristband for hand gesture recognition – LeapWrist” (L

  • Big success in GIX Innovation Competition

    Nov 20th, 2016

    The Global Innovation eXchange (GIX) held the final round and awards ceremony for the first annual competition emphasized projects for Connected Devices in Beijing. Three teams and eight students – including both graduates and undergraduates – from PCG took part in this competition and won remarkable 1st and 3rd prize in this keen international competition. One team – Yukang Yan, Zhican Yang, and Yizheng Gu – won the first prize. They presented HaloBand, which is an

  • Pervasive computing and human-computer interaction group attending UIST 2016 in Tokyo

    Nov 14th, 2016

    The ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces. Eight students from the pervasive computing and human-compiter interaction group went to UIST 2016 in Tokyo. They actively communicated with other academic and industry researchers and gained a lot. [Detail]

  • Students from PCG win K-Design Award

    Aug 19th, 2016

    K-design award is an international design award held in Seoul, Korea. This award breaks away from formative simplicity and complexity and grants true value on the potentials of creativity into products as well as outstanding ideas which are specified with outstanding design. Yinshuai Zhang, a student of our group participated in the competition and win the award. Their design “Nature Mark”-an AR zoo is a toolkit to give a whole new dimension to the way people observe and understand animal

  • Top 1 on Challenge Cup – school’s highest innovation contest for undergraduates

    Apr 10th, 2016

    The Miss Cut project was led by Xingyu Pan (the second from the right) from PCG. In the afternoon of April 10, the thirty-fourth Tsinghua University “Challenge Cup” students extracurricular academic and technological competition was held. A project from PCG named “Miss Cut”, which is a Chinese text mistake correction technology based on big data and user input modeling, won the highest number of judges’ votes and got the Top Prize (Top 1 among all teams). The project was led b

  • Big success in China-US Maker Competition 2015

    May 18th, 2015

    The China-US Maker Competition “Co-Making the Future” intended to stimulate innovation among Chinese and American students. Some students from our group participated in the competition. Their work “Muse”, a magnetic levitation DJ interaction sets, stood out of all the entries and got the second prize. [Detail]

  • Pervasive computing and human-computer interaction group attending CHI 2015 Korea.

    Apr 24th, 2015

    CHI, which is the top conference for Human-Computer Interaction, is a place to see, discuss and learn about the future of how people interact with technology. To broaden our horizons and get the chance to talk with and even get advice from the research and industry authorities, all of us from the pervasive computing and human-computer interaction group went to CHI2015 in Korea and learned a lot. [Detail]

  • Best paper in Chinese CHI 2015

    Apr 24th, 2015

    Chinese CHI is Chinese leading forum for research in all areas of Human-Computer Interaction. It attracts an international community of practitioners, researchers, academics and students from a wide range of discipline. Yingxue Zhang, one of our master students, built a system called ChinAR, to help people with learning Chinese Guqin with augmented reality technology. Her paper got the best paper reward. [Detail]