His scientific interests lie mostly in Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, World Wide Web, Mobile computing and Event. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Human–computer interaction and Field through his works. Giulio Jacucci has researched Multimedia in several fields, including Speaker recognition, Exhibition and Face.
Giulio Jacucci interconnects Teamwork, Public displays and Crowding in the investigation of issues within World Wide Web. His study in Mobile computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental psychology and Mobile media. The study incorporates disciplines such as Motion, Imitation, The Internet and Embodied cognition in addition to Space.
His main research concerns Human–computer interaction, Multimedia, World Wide Web, Information retrieval and Artificial intelligence. He connects Human–computer interaction with Field in his research. His Multimedia study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Exhibition and Mobile device.
His Information retrieval research focuses on subjects like Task, which are linked to Relevance. His studies deal with areas such as Machine learning and Computer vision as well as Artificial intelligence. His Exploratory search study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Visualization.
Giulio Jacucci mainly investigates Human–computer interaction, Cognitive psychology, Task, Virtual reality and Biofeedback. His Human–computer interaction research focuses on Gaze and how it connects with Search engine indexing. Giulio Jacucci works mostly in the field of Cognitive psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Affect and, in certain cases, Information processing, Visual search, Identification and Modality.
In his study, Eye movement and Focus is strongly linked to Information retrieval, which falls under the umbrella field of Task. His User experience design research includes themes of Information seeking and Usability. His work carried out in the field of Augmented reality brings together such families of science as Point of interest, Situated, Touchscreen, Mobile computing and Gesture.
Giulio Jacucci mainly focuses on Human–computer interaction, Task, Home automation, Immersion and Term. Giulio Jacucci does research in Human–computer interaction, focusing on User experience design specifically. His Task research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Visualization, Information retrieval, Eye movement and Information space.
His work deals with themes such as Computer game, Group dynamic, Movement and Social relation, which intersect with Immersion. His Term study spans across into areas like Intentionality, Artificial intelligence, Variety, Search engine and Natural language processing.
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It's Mine, Don't Touch!: interactions at a large multi-touch display in a city centre
Peter Peltonen;Esko Kurvinen;Antti Salovaara;Giulio Jacucci.
human factors in computing systems (2008)
Like bees around the hive: a comparative study of a mobile augmented reality map
Ann Morrison;Antti Oulasvirta;Peter Peltonen;Saija Lemmela.
human factors in computing systems (2009)
Worlds of information: designing for engagement at a public multi-touch display
Giulio Jacucci;Ann Morrison;Gabriela T. Richard;Jari Kleimola.
human factors in computing systems (2010)
Performative roles of materiality for collective creativity
Giulio Jacucci;Ina Wagner.
creativity and cognition (2007)
Interactive intent modeling: information discovery beyond search
Tuukka Ruotsalo;Giulio Jacucci;Petri Myllymäki;Samuel Kaski.
Communications of The ACM (2014)
Extending large-scale event participation with user-created mobile media on a public display
Peter Peltonen;Antti Salovaara;Giulio Jacucci;Tommi Ilmonen.
mobile and ubiquitous multimedia (2007)
Eco-Feedback on the Go: Motivating Energy Awareness
A Spagnolli;N Corradi;L Gamberini;E Hoggan.
IEEE Computer (2011)
RelaWorld: Neuroadaptive and Immersive Virtual Reality Meditation System
Ilkka Kosunen;Mikko Salminen;Simo Järvelä;Antti Ruonala.
intelligent user interfaces (2016)
Directing exploratory search: reinforcement learning from user interactions with keywords
Dorota Glowacka;Tuukka Ruotsalo;Ksenia Konuyshkova;kumaripaba Athukorala.
intelligent user interfaces (2013)
Active construction of experience through mobile media: a field study with implications for recording and sharing
Giulio Jacucci;Antti Oulasvirta;Antti Salovaara.
ubiquitous computing (2007)
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