UCL will have a great presence at CHI 2021

Authors from UCL will have a great presence at CHI 2021, the premier conference in Human-Computer Interaction. The conference will be held as a virtual online conference from May 8-13, 2021, and already received close to 4,000 registrations, more than in any year before. As a special recognition for her outstanding contributions to the CHI community, Ann Blandford was elected to the SIGCHI Academy this year. UCLIC academics and students got 11 papers accepted -- with three Best Paper Honorable Mention award recognitions, for the top 5% of all conference submissions. We will also present three accepted ToCHI articles, co-organise nine workshops and SIG meetings, contribute to two panel discussions, and demonstrate at the interactivity session.

SIGCHI Academy

Full Papers

ToCHI Journal Articles

Organised Workshops

SIG Meetings

  • A Special Interest Group on Designed and Engineered Friction in Interaction
    Sandy J. J. Gould, Lewis L Chuang, Ioanna Iacovides, Diego Garaialde, Marta E. Cecchinato, Benjamin R. Cowan, Anna L Cox


  • The Dark Side of Interaction Design
    Yvonne Rogers (organizer), Margot Brereton, Paul Dourish, Jodi Forlizzi Patrick Olivier
  • HCI 2020: Looking Back To the Future
    Jofish Kaye (organizer), Abigail Sellen, Yvonne Rogers, Richard Harper and Matt Jones


  • Demonstration of G-ID: Identifying 3D Prints Using Slicing Parameters
    Mustafa Doga Dogan, Faraz Faruqi, Andrew Day Churchill, Kenneth Friedman, Leon Cheng, Sriram Subramanian, Stefanie Mueller