CHI 2010 Call for Participation
The Human-Computer Interaction Archive
Submit by September 17, 2009, 5pm PDT
Papers and Notes (archival format, 10 pages maximum for papers, 4 pages maximum for Notes)
The CHI 2010 Papers and Notes program committee will consist of subcommittees that each focus on a subset of topics in human-computer interaction. As an author, you decide which subcommittee reviews your paper. Choose the subcommittee that your believe offers the appropriate audience to review your research. You also will specify a contribution type that guides how the paper should be evaluated by reviewers. Authors should carefully assess the subcommittees and other changes described in the Papers and Notes Call for Participation. Ask any clarifying questions well ahead of the deadline.
Contemporary Trends provoke, intrigue, and inspire the CHI audience. These submissions record the history of HCI practice and innovation outside of the scope of traditional archival papers.
Submit by July 17, 2009Courses
Submit by July 22, 2009 (deadline extended)Workshops (Organizers)
Submit by October 9, 2009NEW! Media Showcase (Video trailer and demonstration supplement)
Submit by January 4, 2010Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Submit by January 6, 2010 (or earlier)Workshops (Participants)
Competitions provide students with an opportunity to work on challenging problems, to exchange ideas, and to compete for awards that provide recognition of excellence.
Submit by January 4, 2010
Recent CHI conferences have a short opening session each day with 30-second synopses of all Papers/Notes and Case Studies that will be presented that day. This session is known as CHI Madness.
The CHI Madness Guide for this year’s conference is now available.