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Deadlines

14 September 2017
(Originally 12 September 2017)
Papers: Title, abstract, authors, subcommittee choice, and all other metadata
Updates on PCS problems

19 September 2017
Papers: Submission files

11 October 2017
Doctoral Consortium
Case Studies
Courses
Accepted Courses

13 October 2017
Workshops/Symposia
Accepted Workshops/Symposia

27 October 2017
Art Exhibition

22 November 2017
Paper rebuttals are due at 20:00 EST (8pm in Montreal)

2 January 2018
Student Design Competition
Student Research Competition

15 January 2018
alt.chi
Early Career Development Symposium
Late-Breaking Work
Panels & Fireside Chats
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Video Showcase

25 January 2018
Demonstrations

Montréal

Montréal, home of CHI back in 2006, is the second-largest city in Canada, and the most-populated city in Québec. With over 100 diverse communities representing a myriad of different cultures, this beautiful island city on the St. Lawrence River is a charming mix of old and new ideas and architecture. The city is known for its leadership and innovation in fields ranging from aeronautics, information technology, and medicine to the arts, multimedia, and urban planning.

Just a short walking distance from the Palais des Congrès, the site of the CHI Conference, attendees will find historic Old Montreal, Chinatown, and le Quartier des Spectacles, Montreal’s premier arts and entertainment district. Right in the city’s center is Mount Royal Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, best known for his design work on New York City’s Central Park. In Mount Royal Park, visitors can enjoy paddle boating on Beaver Lake, hike scenic trails, take part in the Tam-Tams – an outdoor drum jam – and enjoy one of the best views the city has to offer.

Also not to be missed are Olympic Parc featuring the Montréal Tower, the tallest inclined tower in the world, the Biodôme, a glass-roofed nature preserve showcasing four different ecosystems, the Planetarium, and the Old Port. With over 6000 Bixi bikes available for use at stations throughout the city, visitors can easily explore the Montréal’s diverse neighborhoods and many attractions.

Montreal celebrates its 375th anniversary in 2017, and looks forward to welcoming back the CHI Conference in 2018.

Skyline of Montreal at night

News

8th January 2018
Getting ready for CHI? Have a look at the CHI 2018 "Health Blog" by m.c. schraefel

4th January 2018
Direct registration for exhibitors is now open. For additional information, read “For Exhibitors”.

20th December 2017
Check out the CHI 2018 accepted courses

18th December 2017
Check out the CHI 2018 accepted workshops and symposia

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