CHI 2015 success!!

Posted by Conor

We’ve just heard the results of the peer review process for ACM SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI). It has been a successful year for LiSC – we have had 4 full papers accepted, as well as 1 workshop. There shall, no doubt, be a few eggnogs consumed at the xmas party to celebrate.

For over 30 years, the CHI conference (pronounced ‘kai’) has attracted the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) from businesses and universities to share ground-breaking research and innovations related to how humans interact with digital technologies. The Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) CHI conference is the world’s premiere conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, presenting a highly selective showcase of the very best advances across the disciplines of computer science, cognitive psychology, design, social science, human factors, artificial intelligence, graphics, visualization, multi-media design and other disciplines.

List of papers accepted:


 

Paper: Problematising Upstream Technology through Speculative Design: The Case of Quantified Cats and Dogs

Shaun Lawson – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Ben Kirman – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Conor Linehan – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Tom Feltwell – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Lisa Hopkins – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom


 

Paper: Debating Poverty Porn on Twitter: Social Media as a Place for Everyday Socio-Political Talk

Phillip Brooker     –     University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom
John Vines     –     Culture Lab, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Selina Sutton     –     Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Julie Barnett     –     University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom
Tom Feltwell     –     University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Shaun Lawson     –     University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom


 

Paper: Participatory Design of Therapeutic Video Games for Young People with Neurological Vision Impairment

Jonathan Waddington – WESC Foundation, Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom
Conor Linehan – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Kathrin Gerling – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Kieran Hicks – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Timothy Hodgson – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom


 

Paper: Long-Term Use of Motion-Based Video Games in Care Home Settings

Kathrin Gerling – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Regan Mandryk – University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Conor Linehan – University of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom


 

 

Workshop: When Apps Go Bad: Exploring the Unintended Socio-Political Impact of Locative Media

Website: http://www.whenappsgobad.org

Tom Feltwell     –     University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Shaun Lawson     –     University of Lincoln, Lincoln, United Kingdom
John Vines     –     Culture Lab, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Chris Speed     –     University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Marian Dörk     –     University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
Phillip Brooker     –     University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom
Peta Mitchell     –     Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

 

Leave a comment

Subscribe Scroll to Top