2018 CHI Conference, UMD iSchool Papers Accepted

2018 CHI Conference, UMD iSchool Papers Accepted

 

For the upcoming 2018 CHI Conference, our HCI team collectively had 15 papers accepted, linked below. This many papers accepted by the world leading HCI conference is an amazing accomplishment, especially with less than a third of all submitted papers accepted. Our college was ranked #17 for most accepted papers  of 575 institutions that submitted. Of these, Amanda Lazar received Best Paper awards for two papers (only the top 1% receive this award), David Weintrop received an honorable mention for his paper and Niklas Elmqvist received honorable mentions for both of his papers. Contratulations to all!

 

 
Title Authors
Co-designing Mobile Online Safety Applications with Children Brenna McNally, Priya Kumar, Chelsea Hordatt, Matthew Louis Mauriello, Shalmali Naik, Leyla Norooz, Alazandra Shorter, Evan Golub, Allison Druin
Examining the Demand for Spam: Who clicks? Elissa Redmiles, Neha Chachra, and Brian Waismeyer
Unpacking Privacy Perceptions of Data-Driven Inferences for Online Targeting and Personalization Claire Dolin, Ben Weinshel, Shawn Shan, Chang Hahn, Eurim Choi, Aaron Goldman, Michelle Mazurek, and Blase Ur
“Accessibility Came by Accident”: Use of Voice-Controlled
Intelligent Personal Assistants by People with Disabilities
Alisha Pradhan, Kanika Mehta and Leah Findlater
Exploring Accessible Smartwatch Interactions for People with Upper Body Motor Impairments Meethu Malu, Pramod Chundury, Leah Findlater
When David Meets Goliath: Combining Smartwatches with a Large Vertical Display for Visual Data Exploration Karthik Badam, Tom Horak, Niklas Elmqvist, Raimund Dachselt
Making as Expression: Informing Design with People with Complex Communication Needs through Art Therapy Amanda Lazar, Jes Feuston, Caroline Edasis, Anne Marie Piper
Addressing Age-Related Bias in Sentiment Analysis Mark Diaz, Isaac Johnson, Amanda Lazar, Anne Marie Piper, Darren Gergle
Time for Break: Understanding Information Workers' Sedentary Behavior Through a Break Prompting System Yuhan Luo, Bongshin Lee, Donghee Yvette Wohn, Amanda Rebar, David Conroy, Eun Kyoung Choe
Identifying Speech Input Errors Through Audio-Only Interaction Jonggi Hong, Leah Findlater
Environmental Factors in Indoor Navigation Based on Real-World Trajectories of Blind Users Hernisa Kacorri, Eshed Ohn-Bar, Kris Kitani, Chieko Asakawa
TopoText: Context-Preserving Semantic Exploration Across Multiple Spatial Scales Jiawei Zhang, Chittayong Surakitbanharn, Niklas Elmqvist, Ross Maciejewski, Zhenyu Qian, David Ebert
Understanding the Use and Impact of the Zero-Rated Free Basics Platform in South Africa Julianne Romanosky, Marshini Chetty
Science Everywhere: Designing public, tangible displays to connect youth learning across settings. Ahn, J., Clegg, T., Yip, J., Bonsignore, E., Pauw, D., Cabrera, L., Hernly, K., Pitt, C., Mills, K., Salazar, A., Griffing, D., Rick, J., & Marr, R.
Evaluating CoBlox: A Comparative Study of Robotics Programming Environments for Adult Novices David Weintrop, Afsoon Afzal, Jean Salac, Patrick Francis, Boyang Li, David Shepherd, Diana Franklin