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The primary criterion for the evaluation of all papers is the submission’s contribution to HCI. In all cases, a CHI paper must break new ground and make an original research contribution. However, it is important to recognize that there are many ways for which a paper can make a contribution to HCI, and you should review the paper appropriately.
Papers accepted to CSCW 2019 will be published in the Proceedings of the ACM: Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) journal. The journal uses the single-column ACM Small article template. The ACM Small template is available for download as part of the ACM Master Template. Please note: The ACM is currently testing new templates and workflows.
In the field of human-computer interaction (HCI), this new knowledge increasingly comes in rich forms like videos and demos, but the archival research paper remains the most widely used and accepted capture and delivery mechanism for research knowledge.
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Archives: Papers are archived in the conference proceedings, available on the ACM Digital Library. Message from the CHI Papers Chairs. CHI Papers are refereed publications of original research in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI). They represent mature, complete research.
The primary criterion for evaluation of all Papers is the submission’s contribution to HCI. In all cases, a CHI Paper must break new ground and make an original research contribution. However, it is important to recognize that there are many ways for which a paper can make a contribution to HCI, and you should review the paper appropriately.
CHI Papers are refereed publications of original research in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI). CHI Papers are read and cited worldwide, and have broad impact on the development of HCI theory, method, and practice. CHI Papers represent mature, complete research.
TOCHI (ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction) This ACM Transaction seeks to be the premier archival journal in the multidisciplinary field of human-computer interaction. Since its first issue in March 1994, it has presented work of the highest scientific quality that contributes to the practice in the present and future.
Innovation through Research or Design (disruptive or otherwise) Practical issues associated with HCI Teaching and Learning in education, training, or knowledge sharing. Case Studies differ from archival research papers in that Case Studies do not need to define themselves as part of the potentially longer-term body of academic research.
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Call for papers for MobileHCI 2018 “The next 20 years: beyond mobile” In 2018 we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the conference. Mobile HCI seeks contributions in the form of innovations, insights, or analyses related to human computer interaction and experiences with mobility.
Research Papers (both short and long) This venue gives the occasion to present and interact with the audience. Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings and ACM Digital Library. Please use the ACM SIGCHI format for submissions. We invite archival submissions in the form of either full Papers or shorter contributions (Notes).
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) has been a popular research area during the last few years. Compared with the tradition HCI methods such as using a keyboard or mouse, people prefer to have their tasks done in a more natural way.
The primary criterion for evaluation of all Papers and Notes remains the research's contribution to HCI. However, the CHI program committee will still strongly encourage reviewers to recognize that there are many ways for which a paper can make a contribution to HCI, and to review the paper appropriately.Research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) contains both technological and human-behavioral concerns. As a result, the contributions made in HCI research tend to be familiar to either engineering or the social sciences. The research types covered here are empirical, artifact, methodological, theoretical, dataset, survey, and opinion. Of.The goal of CHI PLAY is to highlight and foster discussion of current high quality research in games and HCI as foundation for the future of digital play. To this end, the conference features streams that blend academic research papers, masterclasses, interactive play demos, student game design competition, poster session and industry insights.