CHI 2015 | Crossings | Seoul, Korea

April 18 - 23, 2015

About Crossings »


Message from the Technical Program Chairs

The CHI Technical Program consists of a wide variety of forums to which you can contribute. The theme of this year's conference is Crossings: crossing boundaries, crossing disciplines and crossing nations. As the first CHI to be held in Asia, CHI 2015 is crossing into new geographic territory and we especially encourage submissions from international sources. The CHI 2015 organizing committee has been shaped to encourage and appreciate contributions that reflect international perspectives on the crossings of people and technology, scientific and practitioner disciplines, as well as academic and business interests as we cross from the past to the future of our world.

Please feel free to contact the Technical Program chairs if you have any difficulties in determining which forum is most appropriate to share your ideas.

Kori Inkpen, Microsoft, USA
Woontack Woo, KAIST, Korea
Technical Program chairs

Call for Participation

CHI 2015 uses the following selection processes, each with a different levels of review, feedback, and opportunities for republication. Please review the selection process for your submission category to ensure it matches your expectations.
  • Refereed: Papers and Notes
  • Juried: Works-in-Progress, Case Studies, alt.chi, Student Game, Design and Research Competitions
  • Curated: Workshops, Panels, SIG meetings, Interactivity, Videos, Courses, Doctoral Consortium
Templates are available for the different submission formats. All submissions are made through the PCS online system.

The deadlines for submitting to CHI 2015 are as follows:

Guides for Submissions

A number of guides are available to help you submit your work, present it at the conference, and review submissions if you are on one of the reviewing committees.

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