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2016
Barreto, M. (2016).  Household routines: identifying contextual cues for energy related activities. 4th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability (ICT4S 2016).
2013
Gonçalves, J., Kostakos V., Karapanos E., Barreto M., Camacho T., Tomasic A., et al. (2013).  Citizen Motivation on the Go: The Role of Psychological Empowerment. Interacting with Computers, [Impact Factor: 1.158].
Barreto, M., Szóstek A., & Karapanos E. (2013).  An initial model for designing socially translucent systems for behavior change. Proceedings of the Biannual Conference of the Italian Chapter of SIGCHI [Acceptance Rate: 49%]. 8:1–8:4.
Barreto, M., Scott M., Oakley I., Karapanos E., & Nunes N. (2013).  Playing for the Planet: Designing Toys that Foster Sustainable values. European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2013.
Nisi, V., Nunes N., Quintal F., & Barreto M. (2013).  SINAIS from Fanal: design and evaluation of an art-inspired eco-feedback system. Proceedings of the Biannual Conference of the Italian Chapter of SIGCHI. [Acceptance Rate: 49%]. 3:1–3:10.
Lyra, O.., Karapanos E., Gouveia R., Barreto M., Nisi V., Nunes N., et al. (2013).  Towards persuasive sociometric technologies for inclusive educational settings. Proceedings of the Biannual Conference of the Italian Chapter of SIGCHI. 10:1–10:9.
Pereira, L., Quintal F., Barreto M., & Nunes N. (2013).  Understanding the Limitations of Eco-feedback: a One Year Long-term Study. International Conference on Human Factors in Computing & Informatics (SouthCHI '13) [Acceptance Rate: 22%]. 7947, 237-255.
Quintal, F., Pereira L., Nunes N., Nisi V., & Barreto M. (2013).  WATTSBurning: design and evaluation of an innovative eco-feedback system. IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT '13), [Acceptance Rate: ~25%]. 8117, 453-470.
Quintal, F., Barreto M., Nunes N., Nisi V., & Pereira L. (2013).  WattsBurning on my mailbox: a tangible art inspired eco-feedback visualization for sharing energy consumption. IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT '13), [Acceptance Rate: ~25%].
Barreto, M., Karapanos E., & Nunes N. (2013).  Why don't families get along with eco-feedback technologies? A longitudinal inquiry. Biannual Conference of the Italian SIGCHI Chapter.
2012
Karapanos, E., Barreto M., Nisi V., & Niforatos E. (2012).  Does locality make a difference? Assessing the effectiveness of location-aware narratives. Interacting with Computers, [2012 Impact Factor: 1.158]. 24, 273 - 279.
Quintal, F., Nisi V., Nunes N., Barreto M., & Pereira L. (2012).  HomeTree – An Art Inspired Mobile Eco-feedback Visualization. Advances in Computer Entertainment Conference (ACE '12), [Demo]. 545–548.
2011
Barreto, M., Karapanos E., & Nunes N. (2011).  Social translucence as a theoretical framework for sustainable HCI. Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2011, [Acceptance Rate: 28%]. 195–203.
Scott, M., Barreto M., Quintal F., & Oakley I. (2011).  Understanding Goal Setting Behavior in the Context of Energy Consumption Reduction. (Campos, P., Graham N., Jorge J. A., Nunes N., Palanque P. A., & Winckler M., Ed.).Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2011, [Acceptance Rate: 28%]. 6946, 129-143.