Our researchers to present at esteemed CHI 2020 conference

28 January 2020

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The 2020 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2020), is taking place between April 25 - 30 in Oahu, Hawai’i, USA. We are proud to announce the acceptance of a series of papers from IDL researchers, and their collaborators, to speak at this leading international conference in Human-Computer Interaction. These include:

Accepted presentations

(in alphabetical order)

Danula Hettiachchi, Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Fraser Allison, Niels van Berkel, Tilman Dingler, Gabriele Marini, Vassilis Kostakos, and Jorge Goncalves. “Hi! I am the Crowd Tasker”: Crowdsourcing through Digital Voice Assistants.

Ebrahim Baabaei, Namrata Srivastava, Tilman Dingler, Eduardo Velloso, Joshua Newn, and Qiushi Zhou. Faces of Focus: A Study on the Facial Cues of Attentional States.

Paul Dourish, Chris Lawrence, Tuck Leong, and Greg Wadley. On Being Iterated: The Affective Demands of Design Participation.

Ronny Andrade, Melissa Rogerson, Jenny Waycott, Steven Baker, and Frank Vetere. Introducing the Gamer Information-Control Framework: Enabling Access to Digital Games for People with Visual Impairment

Sojung Bahng, Ryan M. Kelly, Jon McCormack. Reflexive VR Storytelling Beyond Immersion: Facilitating Self-Reflection about Death and Loneliness.

Zhanna Sarsenbayeva, Gabriele Marini, Niels van Berkel, Chu Luo, Weiwei Jiang, Kangning Yang, Greg Wadley, Tilman Dingler, Vassilis Kostakos, and Jorge Goncalves. Does Smartphone Use Drive our Emotions, or Vice Versa? A Causal Analysis