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HCIL Faculty and Student Participation at CHI 2022

March 7th, 2022

CHI 2022 marks a return to an in-person format for the biggest HCI research conference, and the HCIL will be well represented at this year’s event, which will be held April 30-May 5, 2022 in New Orleans, LA, USA.

Now that the program has been released, we are proud to announce that nine papers, two workshops, one late-breaking work, three panels, and one SIG will feature HCIL faculty and students.

A full list of accepted works is listed below (HCIL members’ names are marked in red).


MyMove: Facilitating Older Adults to Collect In-Situ Activity Labels on a Smartwatch with Speech
Authors: Young-Ho Kim, Diana Chou, Bongshin Lee, Margaret Danilovich, Amanda Lazar, David E. Conroy, Hernisa Kacorri, Eun Kyoung Choe
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ReLive: Bridging In-Situ and Ex-Situ Visual Analytics for Analyzing Mixed Reality User Studies
Authors: Sebastian Hubenschmid, Daniel Fink, Johannes Zagermann, Andrea Batch, Niklas Elmqvist, Harald Reiterer
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Field Evidence of the Effects of Pro-sociality and Transparency on COVID-19 App Attractiveness [Honorable Mention]
Authors: Samuel Dooley, Dana Turjeman, John Dickerson, Elissa Redmiles
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Scaling Creative Inspiration with Fine-Grained Functional Facets of Product Ideas
Authors: Tom Hope, Ronen Tamari, Hyeonsu Kang, Daniel Hershcovich, Joel Chan, Aniket Kittur, Dafna Shahaf
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Barriers to Online Dementia Information and Mitigation
Authors: Emma Dixon, Jesse Anderson, Diana C Blackwelder, Mary L Radnofsky, Amanda Lazar
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FAR: End-to-End Vibrotactile Distributed System Designed to Facilitate Affect Regulation in Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder Through Slow Breathing
Authors: Pardis Miri, Mehul Arora, Aman Malhotra, Robert Flory, Stephanie Hu, Ashley Lowber, Ishan Goyal, Jacqueline Nguyen, John P Hegarty, Marlo Kohn, David Schneider, Heather Culbertson, Daniel LK Yamins, Lawrence Fung, Antonio Hardan, James J Gross, Keith Marzullo
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TalkTive: A Conversational Agent Using Backchannels to Engage Older Adults in Neurocognitive Disorders Screening
Authors: Zijian Ding, Jiawen Kang, Tinky Oi Ting HO, Ka Ho Wong, Helene H Fung, Helen Meng, Xiaojuan Ma
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Adopting Diffractive Reading to Advance HCI Research: A Case Study on Technology for Aging
Authors: Amanda Lazar, Ben Jelen, Alisha Pradhan, Katie A Siek
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PLIERS: A Process that Integrates User-Centered Methods into Programming Language Design
Authors: Michael Coblenz, Gauri Kambhatla, Paulette Koronkevich, Jenna L Wise, Celeste Barnaby, Joshua Sunshine, Jonathan Aldrich, Brad A Myers
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Investigating the Potential of Artificial Intelligence Powered Interfaces to Support Different Types of Memory for People with Dementia (LATE BREAKING WORK)
Authors: Hanuma Teja Maddali, Emma Dixon, Alisha Pradhan, Amanda Lazar
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Grand Challenges for Personal Informatics and AI
Organizing team includes HCIL’s Eun Kyoung Choe
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Human-centered Explainable AI (HCXAI): Beyond Opening the Black-Box of AI
Organizing team includes HCIL’s Hal Daumé III
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Fabricate It or Render It? Digital Fabrication vs. Virtual Reality for Creating Objects Instantly
Featuring HCIL’s Huaishu Peng
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Alexa, Tell Me a Joke!: “Voice Interfaces are Truly Inclusive”
Featuring HCIL’s Amanda Lazar
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Telelife: A Vision of Remote Living in 2035
Featuring HCIL’s Huaishu Peng
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SIG (Special Interest Group)

Research Ethics in HCI: A SIGCHI Community Discussion
Featuring HCIL’s Jessica Vitak
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