The 12th annual Irish Human Computer Interaction symposium (iHCI 2018) will take place on Friday 2nd of November 2018 at the University of Limerick.
11 years after its first edition, iHCI returns to the place where it originated.
The overall theme for this year is The Role of HCI in a Changing World.
More details here: www.irishhci.wordpress.com
We would like to invite you to this one-day event that will bring together leading voices from the field of HCI and provide an overview of HCI research in Ireland.
Registration for iHCI 2018 is free and is now open:
As in every year, the conference will showcase leading research by researchers in Ireland, and by Irish researchers working internationally, through curated presentation sessions.
The event will also include keynote talks from:
- Prof. Alan Dix, Director of the Computational Foundry at Swansea University, Wales, UK
- Prof. Luigina Ciolfi, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
- Prof. Liam Bannon, Founding Director of the Interaction Design Centre, Professor Emeritus, University of Limerick
The Paper Presentation Track
The Presentations Track is a showcase of work by researchers based in Ireland, as well as Irish researchers based internationally, that has been published in leading international HCI venues over the past year (September 2017- September 2018).
Examples of venues include CHI, CSCW, ECSCW, PDC, DIS, MobileHCI, NordiCHI, IJHCS, TOCHI, IwC and other highly ranked international conferences and journals. The aim is to give the authors of such work the opportunity to share their research with an Irish audience.
A link to the paper as well as full paper details (title, presenter/author name, abstract, venue presented) should be submitted via:
The authors of accepted presentations will be given a presentation slot during the main symposium and an opportunity to discuss their work with peers from the field of HCI.
The Poster Track
The poster track is intended to display the depth and breath of HCI research in Ireland and to provide a starting point for new conversations.
We encourage submissions that focus on Human-Computer Interaction, broadly defined. We particularly encourage submissions from PhD students and early career HCI researchers in Ireland .
A 300-500 words abstract should be submitted via:
Deadline for submissions (both categories): 15 October 2018
Notification of acceptance: 22 October 2018
We are looking forward to seeing you in Limerick in November!
Gabriela Avram / on behalf of the conference organisers