Program is Updated!!!
Opening Keynote Speaker
Edward Lank is a faculty member in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo where, effectively July 1st, he will hold the rank of Professor. Edward joined Waterloo in 2006. With Michael Terry, he co-founded the Waterloo Human-Computer Interaction Lab, a lab he continues to co-direct. From two faculty members in 2006, the HCI Lab has grown to 5 faculty members and over 30 post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, and undergraduate research assistants; additional HCI groups have also grown at Waterloo in Engineering, Applied Health Sciences, and the Faculty of Arts, resulting in a rich, diverse HCI culture at Waterloo. Prior to joining the faculty at Waterloo, Edward was an Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University, a Post-Doctoral Intern at Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Centre, the Chief Technical Officer of MediaShell Corporation, and a sessional lecturer at Queen’s University. Edward Lank received his Bachelor of Science Degree (Honours Physics) from the University of Prince Edward Island in 1994 and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Queen’s University in 2001. Edward’s current research interests are varied, and include intelligent user interfaces, surface and free-space gestural input, sketch and drawing interfaces, usable privacy and security, and other aspects of system design.
Closing Keynote Speaker
RUBAIAT HABIB KAZI
Rubaiat Habib is a Sr. Research Scientist at Adobe Research. His research interest lies at the intersection of Computer Graphics and HCI for creative thinking, design, and communication. Rubaiat’s research in dynamic drawings and animation are turned into new products reaching a global audience. Among them, Apple recognized Sketchbook Motion as the “App of the year 2016”. Rubaiat received several awards for his work including two ACM CHI Best Paper Nominations, ACM CHI and ACM UIST Peoples’ choice best talk awards, and ACM CHI Golden Mouse awards. He also Microsoft Research Asia PhD fellowship recipient.
本届Chinese CHI仍将与ACM CHI同期举办，让我们在蒙特利尔再相聚！
The sixth International Symposium of Chinese CHI (Chinese CHI 2018) will be held in April 21~22, Montreal, Canada. The two-days symposium has a one-day ACM CHI workshop (on April 21st) and a special forum (on April 22nd)-Artificial Intelligence and the Next Generation User Experience Workshop.
Supported by the International Chinese Association of Computer Human Interaction (ICACHI), Chinese CHI is steered by a group of globally distributed HCI researchers, practitioners, academics and students concerning about the development of HCI as a thriving field in the global Chinese communities as well as the research and practice of HCI topics where Chinese users, languages, cultures and societies are salient constituents.
Aside from continuing increasing the quality and influence of the symposium, Chinese CHI 2018 will primarily focus on connecting the international HCI community to the booming Chinese computing industry. The theme of Chinese CHI2018 is Cross, Connect and Create.
Paper Submission Due Extended!!!
Paper Submission Due: Jan 5, 2018Feb 2, 2018
Paper Notification: Feb 9, 2018 Mar 1, 2018
Poster Submission Due: Feb 23, 2018
Poster Notification: Mar 8, 2018