Asian CHI Symposium 2015


// Crossing HCI for Development in Asia Pacific //

Seoul, 19 April 2015

 

HCI4D in Asia Pacific.

 
Asia Pacific is well-known for its wide diversity in languages and cultures, which subsequently make the ICT landscapes in the region to be unique and diverse in many terms. This symposium provides an excellent opportunity for academia and professionals to showcase the latest HCI for Development (HCI4D) research, case studies, and industrial engagement in Asia Pacific.
 
As a part of Asian CHI Symposia (ACHIS) of CHI 2015 conference, we welcome participation from academia and professionals who are interested in the research and development of HCI in Asia Pacific. Under the big conference theme “CROSSINGS”, we would like to bring cross-exchange of information and transfer of knowledge in this multidisciplinary environment and socioeconomic aspects of research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
 
This symposium is open to everyone interested in HCI and UX. You are not required to submit a position paper to attend. If you are interested to submit a position paper, please submit to Josh (Adi Tedjasaputra) for a review by the workshop organizers.
 

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Registration

You must register for at least one day of the CHI 2015 conference. Once you reach the Agenda & Fees page:

  1. Tick the box for Full Conference Registration or One Day Conference Registration;
  2. Tick the box for Asian CHI Symposia;
  3. You can then either tick the box for S02: ASEAN HCI Symposium (normal participant) or S02presenter ASEAN HCI Symposium (presenter). If you are a presenter please enter your access code, which is accessS02.

Important Dates

  • Updated Submission deadline: 15 February 2015
  • Updated Notification: 20 February 2015
  • Updated Camera-ready deadline: 27 February 2015
  • List of accepted papers and detailed symposium programme: 1 March 2015
  • Symposium: 19 April 2015

Symposium Programme

Crossing HCI for Development in Asia Pacific Programme.

Crossing HCI for Development in Asia Pacific Programme.

In this symposium, you will engage with a line-up of international HCI professionals and researchers from USA, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, and Korea in sharing and learning their keynotes and position papers in a very colourful programme.The highlights of the programme, include:

  1. The state-of-the-art of HCI and UX in India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore;
  2. A number of HCI4D case studies in Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, and Australia.

 

Submission Template

ACM SIGCHI Extended Abstracts Template

Symposium Organizers

Asian CHI Symposium 2015 Organizers.

Asian CHI Symposium 2015 Organizers.