Engineering contributions should clearly demonstrate how they address interactive systems concerns such as, for example, scalability, reliability, interoperability, testing, and performance. Chi has traditionally supported diverse and interdisciplinary work and continues to expand into new topics not previously explored. Core contributions typically take the form of insightful findings, evolved theories, models, concepts, or methods.
This subcommittee is suitable for papers whose primary contribution improves our understanding of people or interactional contexts. Submissions will be evaluated in part based on their impact on the specific application area andor group that they address, in addition to their impact on hci. For example, papers that focus on technical contributions need to show how these relate to humans and user experience.
Note that if your paper primarily concerns interactions of older adults with their healthcare providers, then the keyword is probably a better fit, whereas papers reflecting on how older adults use technologies andor designing interfaces and interactions suited to the needs of older adults are better suited for the accessibility and aging component of this committee. Submissions to this subcommittee will be evaluated in part based on their inclusion of and potential impact on their target user groups and other stakeholders. .
Authors are required to suggest a subcommittee to review your submission. Successful submissions will advance knowledge, theories, and insights from the social, psychological, behavioral, and organizational practice that arise from technology use in various contexts. Hosting and infrastructure, hardware and software maintenance and updates are provided by gwdg.
We offer you the possibility to use the max planck societys aleph server operated by gwdg. This subcommittee is suitable for papers across all areas of playful interaction, player experience, and games. We recognize that as a result, you may find more than two subcommittees which are plausible matches for your work.
This subcommittee is suitable for papers focusing on systems, engineering, and technology contributions that improve, advance, or enable interaction. Contributions will be judged in part by their rigor, significance, validity, and practical or theoretical impact. Its not an exact fit for any of the subcommittees, but several choices are plausible. In cases where the papers chairs andor subcommittee chairs recognize that your submission will be reviewed more thoroughly in another subcommittee, a submission may be transferred from one subcommittee to another. ).
Every library on the mpg aleph server has its own aleph workspace and data pool. Authors are required to suggest a subcommittee to review your submission. Acs recognize that many papers, or perhaps even most papers, will not perfectly fit the definition of their subcommittees scope. Examples of design approaches include industrialproduct design, visualinformation design, participatory design, user-centered design, interaction design, user interface design, user experience design, service design, critical design, and design fictions. Each subcommittee description also links to several recent chi papers that the scs feel are good examples of papers that fit scope of that subcommittee.
Below, you will see a list of subcommittees and descriptions of the topics they are covering, the name of each sc, and the names of the acs serving on each subcommittee. As an example, lets say you are writing a paper about ergonomic business practices for the elderly using novel input devices. For example, papers that focus on technical contributions need to show how these relate to humans and user experience. We optionally offer support for system librarians or the complete configuration and maintenance of your librarys setup. This subcommittee is suitable for papers across all areas of playful interaction, player experience, and games.
). To choose between them, you need to make a reasoned decision about the core contributions of your work. Further, scs and acs are all seasoned researchers, experienced with program committee review work, and each is committed to a process which seeks to assign each paper reviewers who are true experts in whatever the subject matter of the paper is. Please look at these examples as a way to decide on the best subcommittee for your paper but remember that these are just a few examples, and do not specify the full range of topics that would fit with any subcommittee. Rilla khaled, department of design and computation arts, faculty of fine arts, concordia university elizabeth bonsignore, college of information studieshuman-computer interaction lab, university of maryland this subcommittee is suitable for papers across all areas of usable privacy, security, data visualization and visual analytics. Engineering contributions should clearly demonstrate how they address interactive systems concerns such as, for example, scalability, reliability, interoperability, testing, and performance. However, for a number of reasons it will be necessary for you to select no more than two target subcommittees, and you should strive to find the best matches based on what you think is the main contribution of your submission (examples of papers that are considered good matches are linked below for each subcommittee). In cases where the papers chairs andor subcommittee chairs recognize that your submission will be reviewed more thoroughly in another subcommittee, a submission may be transferred from one subcommittee to another. This subcommittee is suitable for papers that extend the design and understanding of applications for specific application areas or domains of interest to the hci community, yet not explicitly covered by another subcommittee. Accessibility papers are those that deal with technology design for or use by people with disabilities including sensory, motor, and cognitive impairments.... Drehgenehmigung · Ausstellungen und Veranstaltungen Archiv, Online- Ausstellungen, Räumlichkeiten · Gebäudepläne Zur Orientierung in der Bibliothek.