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Welcome to the CHI 2018 Blog

At CHI 2018, the theme will be engage. Our focus will be to engage with people, to engage with technology, to engage with newcomers, to engage with world-class research, to engage with your community of designers, researchers, and practitioners… to engage with CHI!

As organizers, our goal is to engage with the larger CHI community throughout the planning process and to be transparent about the decisions that we make. As such, we will be using this space to post articles on how we have made decisions and also to solicit input from all of you!

Comments are open and can be signed or anonymous. They aren’t moderated and we hope to keep it this way, so please be respectful and professional in communicating your opinions, which we look forward to hearing.

Conference Chairs
Regan Mandryk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Mark Hancock, University of Waterloo, Canada

Assistants to General Chairs
Max Birk, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Cayley MacArthur, University of Waterloo, Canada

Technical Program Chairs
Mark Perry, Brunel University London, UK
Anna Cox, University College London, UK

Assistant to the Technical Program Chairs
Frederik Brudy, University College London, UK
Marta Cecchinato, University College London, UK


1 Comment

  1. Can people from two institutions form one team?
    Since our user group will be mainly outside of the United States, this kind of cooperation cross-institution collaboration is necessary for our project.

    Thank you for answering this question!

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