CHI 2015 | Crossings | Seoul, Korea

April 18 - 23, 2015

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Printed Program

Want the full CHI 2015 program in your pocket? Download the printed program to your mobile device:

CHI 2015 Official Mobile App

Attending CHI 2015? Let this app be your guide to the conference!


The CHI 2015 Official Mobile App is a great companion for keeping track of your schedule at the conference.

The app allows you to browse the program and organize your schedule. It also provides access to hundreds of video previews, allowing you to get a quick glimpse of the research being presented at CHI 2015.

Once at the conference, the application will also allow you to load the proceedings for in-app viewing of all papers.

Don't have a compatible mobile device? Try the Web program, or Confer.

CHI Bingo Mobile App


CHI Bingo is a fun app that aims to increase social activity at CHI.

The aim is simple - before the conference, enter the names of 9 people you wish to talk to. Then, the race is on to get 'selfie' photos with each of them before the week ends. You can share your bingo card at any time via Facebook, Twitter and many other services. Simple!

Struggling to fill all 9 spaces? Try Confer, which can help you discover people with similar interests.

Don't have an Android device? Try the CHI Bingo Web App.
(Note: not compatible with Windows Phone)

Researchers at the FIT Lab at Swansea University developed the app, though do not take all of the credit. CHI Bingo was inspired by the late Gary Marsden — a CHI veteran and dear friend.


The CHI 2015 schedule is also available through Confer, a tool for conference attendees to discover papers of their interest, get paper recommendations, meet people with shared interests, and create their personal schedule.

You can create an account to save your favorite papers and personal schedule. Or, you can browse the program as a guest.


Flashbulb is an app to break the ice! Players will photograph their "celebrity" targets to gain notoriety points. May the most notorious photographer win!

In Flashbulb everyone is both celebrity and paparazzi. Players are assigned a “celebrity” target to find and photograph. Successfully photographing targets will gain you notoriety points. The goal of the game is to become the most notorious photographer of them all. A new game of "social" tag, Flashbulb gives players at various events a fun new way to break the ice.

Download the app on 20 April 2015.

Flashbulb was designed and developed by the Entrepreneurial Game Studio at Drexel University.

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