Publications on other HCI Topics


Journal articles (international peer reviewed)

Chisalita, C. M., Puerta Melguizo, M. C., Hoorn, J. F., Van der Veer, G. C., & Kok, E. (2005).
Cultural differences in user groups: A multi-angle understanding of IT use in large organizations. Cognition, Technology, & Work, 7, 101-110.

Hoorn, J. F., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2005).
Process polyphonia. Cognition, Technology, and Work, 7, 3-4.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2003a).
Virtual reality: Do not augment realism, augment relevance. Upgrade - Human-Computer Interaction: Overcoming Barriers, 4, 1, 18-26.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2003b).
Realidad Virtual: no hay que aumentar el realismo, sino la relevancia. Novática: Interacción Persona Computador: superando barreras, 161, 17-25.


Book chapters (international peer reviewed)

Hoorn, J. F. (2005).
Epistemics of the virtual. In E. A. Konijn, M. Tanis, S. Utz, & A. Linden (Eds.), Mediated Interpersonal Communication (pp. -). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.


Book chapters (national peer reviewed)

Hoorn, J. F. (2004).
Een model voor informatietechnologieën die creatief kunnen zijn. In C. J. Hamelink, I. van Veen, & J. Willems (Eds.), Interactieve Wetenschapscommunicatie (pp. 107-118). Bussum, NL: Coutinho.


Conference proceedings (international peer reviewed)

Van der Raadt, B., Hoorn, J. F., Van Vliet, J. C. (2005).
Alignment and maturity are siblings in architecture assessment. In O. Pastor, & J. Falcão e Cunha (Eds.). CAiSE 2005, LNCS 3520, pp. 357-371. Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany: Springer [272 submissions, 36 papers accepted, 13% acceptance rate]

Chisalita, C. M., Van der Veer, G. C., Hoorn, J. F., & Puerta Melguizo, M. C. (2002).
A model of cultural influences on team work practice - a design team case-study. In S. Bagnara, S. Pozzi, A. Rizzo, & P. Wright (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics - Cognition, culture, and design (pp. 151-156). Catania, Italy: ECCE.

Hoorn, J. F. (2002).
A model for information technologies that can be creative. In T. T. Hewett, & T. Kavanagh (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth Creativity and Cognition Conference, Loughborough, UK (pp. 186-191). New York: ACM Press.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2002).
Virtual reality: Do not augment realism, augment relevance. In I. A. Cuevas, P. Díaz Pérez, & C. Fernández Llamas (Eds.), Actas del III Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona-Ordenador (pp. 154-163). Leganés, Spain: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.


Editorial work

Van der Veer, G. C., Puerta Melguizo, M. C., Chisalita, C. M., & Hoorn, J. F. (Eds.). (2005). The Interaction Designer. Multidisciplinary, Contextual, Artistic (750 pp.). Maidenhead, UK: McGraw-Hill Education.

Collier, R., Van Gaal, J., Noldus, L., Rauterberg, M., Van der Veer, G. C., & Hoorn, J. F. (Eds.) (2002).
User Centered Design Works [CD]. The Hague, NL: Senter Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.


Full paper contributions to conferences (international peer reviewed)

Van der Raadt, B., Hoorn, J. F., Van Vliet, J. C. (June 15, 2005).
Alignment and maturity are siblings in architecture assessment. 17th Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering CAiSE 2005. Portugal, Porto.

Hoorn, J. F. (2002).
A model for information technologies that can be creative. Fourth Creativity and Cognition Conference, Loughborough, UK.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2002).
Virtual reality: Do not augment realism, augment relevance. III Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona-Ordenador, Leganés, Spain: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.


Full paper contributions to conferences (national peer reviewed)

Hoorn, J. F. (Oct. 4, 2005).
Why we want e-learning for science education and why not. Sharing Knowledge 2005. Da Vinci Institute, Amsterdam.


Contributions to meetings and symposia

Hoorn, J. F. (Aug. 24, 2004).
Sleutelgebied Mens-Machine Interactie voor Sociale en Maatschappelijke Toepassingen ICT. Expert meeting of the Innovation Platform. Adviesraad voor het Wetenschaps en Technologiebeleid: The Hague, NL.

Schalken, J., Hoorn, J. F., Van Vliet, H., & Koning, H. (Nov. 3, 2004).
Technical and empirical software engineering: Bridging the chasm. Dept. of Computer Science. Amsterdam: Free University.

Chisalita, C. M., Van der Veer, G. C., Hoorn, J. F., & Puerta Melguizo, M. C. (Oct. 23, 2002).
A model of cultural influences on team work practice - a design team case-study. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Bedrijvendag.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jan. 9, 2002). Virtual Reality is not a technique but an experience. Dept. of Industrial Design. Delft, Delft Technical University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Apr. 10, 2002). Modeling creativity for IT applications. Dept. of Information Management and Software Engineering. Amsterdam: Free University.


Technical reports

Van der Raadt, B., Hoorn, J. F., & Van Vliet, H. (2004).
Assessing architecture alignment and architecture maturity. IMSE internal working paper (Tech. Rep.). Amsterdam: Free University, Information Management and Software Engineering.