UCL will have a great presence at CHI 2019

Authors from UCL will have a great presence at CHI 2019, the premier conference in Human-Computer Interaction, which takes place in Glasgow, UK 4 - 9 May 2019.

Image of CHI 2019 conference logo

Here is a sneak peek at our accepted contributions.

Full Papers

Late-Breaking Work

Student Design Competition

  • PALS: Patching ALS through Crowdsourced Advice, Social Links & Public Awareness
    Richard Cave, Karina Kocemba, Svjetlana Dajic, Holloe Bostock, Alastair Cook
    Presenting on Thursday 9/5/2019, 11:00 - 12:20 in Dochart 2
  • TechBuddies: Engaging Students to Teach Retirees about Technology
    Jim Philippe Neussl, Rebecca Zheng, George Hanson, Boyin Yang
    Presenting on Thursday 9/5/2019, 11:00 - 12:20 in Dochart 2


  • Rigor, Relevance and Impact: The Tensions and Trade-Offs Between Research in the Lab and in the Wild
    Can Liu, Hamed S. Alavi, Enrico Costanza, Shumin Zhai, Wendy Mackay, Wendy Moncur

SIG Meetings

  • SketCHI 2.0: Hands-On Special Interest Group on Sketching in HCI
    Makayla Lewis, Miriam Sturdee, Nicolai Marquardt, Jagoda Walny, Joanna Foster, Thuong N Hoang, Sheelagh Carpendale
  • MatHealthXB: Designing Across Borders for Global Maternal Health
    Annu Sible Prabhakar, Nikki Newhouse, Emma Simpson, Christine Wanjiru Mburu, Nova Ahmed, Yunan Chen
  • Learning, Education, and HCI
    Benjamin Xie, Erik Harpstead, Betsy DiSalvo, Petr Slovak, Ahmed Kharrufa, Michael J. Lee, Viktoria Pammer-Schindler, Amy Ogan, Joseph Jay Williams
  • Digital Housekeeping, Gender and Domestic Work
    Ana Luísa Sertã, Houda El Mimouni, Louise Barkhuus, Rosie Cox, Jennifer Rode
  • Queer(ing) HCI: Moving Forward in Theory and Practice
    Katta Spiel, Os Keyes, Ashley Marie Walker, Michael A. DeVito, Jeremy Birnholtz, Emeline Brulé, Ann Light, Pinar Barlas, Jean Hardy, Alex Ahmed, Jennifer A. Rode, Gopinaath Kannabiran

Workshops Organised

Workshop and Symposium Papers