Program & Schedule

IndiaHCI 2018 Conference is a three-day event. Workshops will be held on 16th December while the main technical program including Keynote Talks, Courses, Papers, Demos, Late Break Work, Case Studies, and the consortia (Student Research, Student Design and doctoral), will be conducted on 17th and 18th December.

The Workshops will take place at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology- N5 Campus while the rest of the conference will be held at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre.

Following is the program for the conference. We will keep adding details to it. Keep watching this space for updates.

Sunday, December 16th : Workshops*

Venue: Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology -N5 Campus

Time Agenda Workshops
08:00 AM Registration Opens
09:00 AM Workshops Begin Workshops 1,2,3,4
11:00 AM Tea
11:30 AM Workshops Continue Workshops 1,2,3,4
01:00 PM Lunch
02:00 PM Workshops Continue Workshops 2,3,4
03:30 PM Workshops Conclude
03:40 PM Start for BIEC
05:00 PM Opening Ceremony (At Bangalore International Exhibition Centre)
05:15 PM Keynote 1 Geraldine Fitzpatrick
Venue: Gulmohar
06:30 PM Close
06:30 PM HCIPAI Meeting

Monday, December 17th*

Venue: Bangalore International Exhibition Centre

Time Agenda Gulmohar Parijata Hibiscus
07:30 AM Registration Opens
08:30 AM Keynote 2 Pradeep Gururaj Yammiyavar
Venue: Gulmohar
09:40 AM Session 1 Paper Session 1:
Full Paper 1,2,3 and Note 1
SRC-SDC Session 1:
SRC 1, 2, 3 and SDC 1, 2
Course 1:
Assistive Technology in India: From Design to Deployment
11:00 AM Tea Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
11:20 AM Invited Talk
12:40 PM Lunch
Lagoon Area
02:00 PM Session 2 Paper Session 2:
Full Paper 4,5,6 and Note 2
Best of India Course 2: 4Es approach to interaction (Embodied, Embedded, Extended, and Enactive): phenomenological and physiological approaches
03:20 PM Tea Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
03:40 PM Session 3 Panel with speakers Case Studies Course 3: So You Want to Do a PhD in Interaction Design
05:00 pm Keynote 3 Lilly Irani
Venue: Gulmohar
06:15 pm Close

Monday, December 18th*

Venue: Bangalore International Exhibition Centre

Time Agenda Gulmohar Parijata Hibiscus
07:30 AM Registration Opens
08:30 AM Keynote 4 Anne Galloway
Venue: Gulmohar
09:40 AM Session 4 Paper Session 3: Full Paper 7, Note 3 SRC-SDC Session 2: SRC 4 SDC 3 Start-up engagement Course 4A: How to Write a Paper for India HCI 2019
11:00 AM Tea Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
11:20 AM Session 5 UX Cafe Start Up Panel Course 4B: How to Write a Paper for India HCI 2019
12:40 PM Lunch
Lagoon area
02:00 PM Session 5 UX Cafe Course 5: Enhancing User Experience through Effective Transitions Course 6: Designing the next great frontier User Interfaces: Learning the principles of Conversational UIs Design and Research.
03:20 PM Tea Posters, Demonstrations, and Installations Open
03:40 PM Closing Keynote Anita Gurumurthy
Venue: Gulmohar
05:00 PM Closing ceremony
06:15 PM Close

*The program is subject to multiple changes without prior notice.

Program Details

Paper Session 1

Venue: Gulmohar
  • Full Paper: Story Culture Framework: A Cross Cultural StudyReviewer's Choice Award
    Kanchana Manohar
  • Full Paper: How Much Faster Can You Type by Speaking in Hindi? Comparing Keyboard-Only and Keyboard+Speech Text Entry
    Bhakti Bhikne, Anirudha Joshi, Manjiri Joshi, Nimish Maravi and Shashank Ahire
  • Full Paper: Modelling trust in human-like technologies
    Siddharth Gulati, Sonia Sousa and David Lamas
  • Note: Challenges in supporting the emergent user
    Vivek Kant and Anirudha Joshi

Paper Session 2

Venue: Gulmohar
  • Full Paper: Hierarchy or List? Comparing Menu Navigation by Emergent Users
    Deepak Ranjan Padhi, Anirudha Joshi, Abhishek Shrivastava and Rucha Tulaskar
  • Full Paper: Concise Personas Based on Tacit Knowledge - How Representative Are They?
    Ravi Mahamuni, Pramod Khambete, Sylvan Lobo, Ravi Mokashi Punekar, Shivani Sharma and Ulemba Hirom
  • Full Paper: The Role of Familial Relations in the Infrastructure of a Prepaid Domestic Energy Service
    Karthikeya Acharya and Lindsay Simmonds
  • NoteTowards Enhancing Everyday Pregnancy Care: Reflections from Community Stakeholders in South India
    Naveen Bagalkot, Nervo Verdezoto, Mitchelle Lewis, Paula Griffiths, Deirdre Harrington, Nicola Mackintosh and Judith Angelitta Noronha

Paper Session 3

Venue: Gulmohar
  • Full Paper: #AutismAwareness: A longitudinal Study to Characterize Tweeting Patterns Among India and U.S. Users
    Safa Quadri, Naveena Karusala and Rosa I. Arriaga
  • Note: Participatory design for creating virtual environments
    Dani Kalarikalayil Raju

Student Research Consortium

Venue: Gulmohar and Parijata
  • SRC 1: GAZE BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS OF MEDICINE LABELS THROUGH EYE-TRACKING
    Vinayak Pushkar
  • SRC 2: Power to the People: Designing a Better Solar Powered Electricity Service for Rural Indian Villages
    Lindsay Simmonds
  • SRC 3: Role of communication in community health care
    Apoorva Shetty, Shipra Purohit, Sunidhi Barve
  • SRC 4: An exploratory study understanding the appropriated use of voice-based Search and Assistants
    Apoorva Bhalla