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HCI in China: Research Agenda, Education Curriculum, Industry Partnership, and Communities Building

Workshop at the CHI 2019 conference in Glasgow, UK.

2:30-8:00 pm, Saturday May 4, 2019

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

In this half-day workshop, we will organize various activities for attendees, including: invited keynote speakers, selected position paper oral and poster presentations, a panel, an individual group discussion session, and a social hour at the end. The size of the workshop will be limited to 50 participants.

Time Activity
2:30 - 2:40 pm Welcome and Introduction by Dakuo Wang (IBM Research) and Wei Li (Huawei & ICACHI Chair)
2:40 – 3:10 pm Keynote "HCI in China and SIGCHI": Zhengjie Liu, member of SIGCHI Asia Development Committee
3:15 – 3:45 pm Keynote "My Research Experience in North America (and other parts of the world)": Shumin Zhai, Principal Scientist at Google
3:45 – 4:10 pm Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
4:10 – 4:40 pm Group Discussion
4:40 – 5:00 pm ACM SIGCHI China Chapter and ICACHI Future Events Preview
5:00 – 5:40 pm Selected Position Paper Oral Presentation
Xiaojuan Ma (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Justin Ding (Lenovo Research)
Tao Bi (UCL Interaction Center)
Zhiyong Fu (Tsinghua University)
5:40 – 6:30 pm Panel Discussion
Elizabeth Churchill (Google & ACM Vice Chair),
Helena Mentis (UMBC & SIGCHI Chair),
Loren Terveen (UofMinnesota & SIGCHI Ex-Chair),
Xiangshi Ren (Kochi U & ICACHI Ex-Chair),
HaoChuan Wang (UC Davis & CSCW’20 Chair),
Qianying Wang (Lenovo & Vice Chair SIGCHI China Chapter)
6:30 – 8:00 pm Wrap Up and Social Networking Hour with Food and Drinks

POST-WORKSHOP PLANS

This workshop follows a handful of CHI workshops, SIGs, panels, courses, and paper sessions on related topics, as well as similar discussions in related fields. The workshop will pull some of this work together and get the word out. We will post the output on our workshop website, such as HCI curricula, research agenda, course resources, speakers’ videos, and a workshop report. We also plan to submit a workshop report to Interactions, Communication of the ACM, a special issue of a journal, or possibly a CHI 2020 paper.

In addition, we will organize a series of workshops, panels, summer/winter schools, and local meet-ups based on the interests solicited from this workshop.