IDE researcher receives honourable mention at CHI 2022
IDE Assistant Professor Nazli Cila has received an honourable mention for her single-authored paper, ‘Designing Human-Agent Collaborations: Commitment, responsiveness, and support’, from the 2022 CHI papers committee.
For this year conference, the CHI papers committee received 2,579 complete submissions. Of those 2,579, the committee accepted 638 papers following the revision and resubmission process. Of those accepted, a mere 5% of submissions received an honourable mention.
You can read the abstract of Assistant Professor Cila’s paper here.
For those interested in attending CHI 2022 (30 April – 5 May), you are in luck, because while the event is happening in New Orleans (USA)… The organisers have structured it in such a way that you can also attend it virtually.
If you do decide to attend, be sure to sign-up for the Special Interest Group on ‘Data as Human-Centered Design Material’. Co-organised by IDE researchers Alejandra Gomez, Jacky Bourgeois, Wo Meijer, and Dave Murray-Rust, this Special Interest Group will be a space to share experiences, connect, and discuss all things behavioural data and design. The discussion will take place on 3 May (16:00 to 17:15 CET). You can register for it here.
To learn more about CHI 2022, visit its official website.