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In co-operation with:

16, 17, 18 December
Bangalore International Exhibition center
16 December (Workshops) Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology
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In co-operation with:

16, 17, 18 December
Bangalore International Exhibition center
16 December (Workshops) Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology

Accepted Workshops

Unboxing Black Box Technologies

Arthi Kanchana Manohar and Jo Briggs
Northumbria University Newcastle

Sales Prediction by UX Usability

Rashi Desai
LDCE

Privacy and the Datafication of Social, Economic and Political Life

Pranjal Jain, Pawan Singh and Bidisha Chaudhur
Srishti Institute, Deakin University, IIIT Banglore

India HCI 2018 workshop on forming SIGCHI student and professional chapters in India

Sayan Sarcar
University of Tsukuba, Japan

Enabling Multi-Party Interactions in Multi-Modal Interfaces

Harshit Agrawal, Snigdha Petluru, Jayati Bandyopadhyay and Nupur Labh
Conduent Labs India

Accepted Courses

Assistive Technology in India: From Design to Deployment

Sumita Sharma, Markku Turunen, Blessin Varkey and Krishnaveni Achary
University of Finland, University of Tampere, Tamana

Enhancing User Experience through Effective Transitions

Venkatesh Rajamanickam and Arihant Parsoya
IIT Bombay

So You Want to Do a PhD in Interaction Design

Anirudha Joshi
IIT Bombay

Sumita Sharma, Markku Turunen, Blessin Varkey and Krishnaveni Achary
University of Finland, University of Tampere, Tamana

Venkatesh Rajamanickam and Arihant Parsoya
IIT Bombay

Anirudha Joshi
IIT Bombay

Designing the next great frontier User Interfaces: Learning the principles of Conversational UIs Design and Research.

Ilker Yengin and Gunjan Sobhani
OLA ANI technologies

How to Write a Paper for India HCI 2019

Anirudha Joshi
IIT Bombay

4Es approach to interaction (Embodied, Embedded, Extended, and Enactive): phenomenological and physiological approaches

Vivek Kant and Eric Kerr
IIT Bombay, National University of Singapore

Ilker Yengin and Gunjan Sobhani
OLA ANI technologies

Anirudha Joshi
IIT Bombay

Vivek Kant and Eric Kerr
IIT Bombay, National University of Singapore

Important Dates
Last Date for Early registration 1st October
20th October (Extended Date) CLOSED
UX Cafe
Submission deadline
10th Novemebr
19th November (Extended date)
Announcement of Courses and Workshops Announced on 28th September
Workshops 16th December
Full Conference 17th and 18th December

Theme: Beyond and Behind the Screen

The screen till now is the dominant paradigm of interacting with digital technology.

But interacting with digital technology is becoming complex than ever. On one hand the screen is getting smaller, and on the other the underlying technology driving screen based interaction is getting larger and complex. Algorithms, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence are driving most of our day-to-day interaction with digital technology.

Furthermore, digital technology is also made available in modes that do not need a screen to interact with. Tangible, physical, audio and aural modes of interacting are becoming more pervasive.
Join us for these in-depth conversations at the conference.

We are expecting some interesting conversations to open up a new discourse around the following questions-

  • What are the possibilities and implications of the moves - beyond and behind the screen - for the socio-cultural contexts of India?
  • How do we explore the possibilities and potentials offered by the shifts in technologies and shape them to benefit the larger public of India?
  • What research methodologies do we need to adopt, adapt, and invent?
  • How do we educate and train young Indian practitioners to address, explore, and shape the emerging discourse?

For registration related queries reach out to us at registration2018@indiahci.org


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HCI Professionals Association of India
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