CHI2022: Contributions from Dutch institutions

A few days ago, the annual ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems kicked off in New Orleans, LA (USA). As always there are contributions from around the world, including from authors with affiliations in the Netherlands, such as: University of Amsterdam, Avans University of Applied Sciences, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Delft University of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Jheronimus Academy of Data Science, Philips, Tilburg University, University of Twente, and Utrecht University.

Accepted CHI2022 full papers from authors will Dutch affiliations include:

  • Agathe Balayn, Natasa Rikalo, Christoph Lofi, Jie Yang, and Alessandro Bozzon. How can Explainability Methods be Used to Support Bug Identification in Computer Vision Models?
  • Corentin Bernard, Jocelyn Monnoyer, Sølvi Ystad, and Michael Wiertlewski. Eyes-Off Your Fingers: Gradual Surface Haptic Feedback Improves Eyes-Free Touchscreen Interaction. -🏅 honourable mention award
  • Nazli Cila. Designing Human-Agent Collaborations: Commitment, responsiveness, and support. -🏅 honourable mention award
  • Alexander Erlei, Richeek Das, Lukas Meub, Avishek Anand, and Ujwal Gadiraju. For What It’s Worth: Humans Overwrite Their Economic Self-interest to Avoid Bargaining With AI Systems.
  • Eduard Georges Groutars, Carmen Clarice Risseeuw, Colin Ingham, Raditijo Hamidjaja, Willemijn S. Elkhuizen, Sylvia C. Pont, and Elvin Karana. Flavorium: An Exploration of Flavobacteria’s Living Aesthetics for Living Color Interfaces.
  • Sophia Hadash, Martijn C. Willemsen, Chris Snijders, and Wijnand A. IJsselsteijn. Improving understandability of feature contributions in model-agnostic explainable AI tools.
  • Matthias Hoppe, Andrea Baumann, Patrick Chofor Tamunjoh, Tonja-Katrin Machulla, Paweł W. Woźniak, Albrecht Schmidt, and Robin Welsch. There Is No First- or Third-Person View in Virtual Reality: Understanding the Perspective Continuum.
  • Maarten Houben, Rens Brankaert, Gail Kenning, Inge Bongers, and Berry Eggen. Designing for Everyday Sounds at Home with People with Dementia and their Partners.
  • Ji-Youn Jung, Sihang Qiu, Alessandro Bozzon, and Ujwal Gadiraju. Great Chain of Agents: The Role of Metaphorical Representation of Agents in Conversational Crowdsourcing.
  • Carine Lallemand and Emeline Mercier. Optimizing the Use of the Sentence Completion Survey Technique in User Research: A Case Study on the Experience of E-Reading.
  • Sueyoon Lee, Abdallah El Ali, Maarten Wijntjes, and Pablo Cesar. Understanding and Designing Avatar Biosignal Visualizations for Social Virtual Reality Entertainment.
  • Jakub Mlynar, Farzaneh Bahrami, André Ourednik, Nico Mutzner, Himanshu Verma, and Hamed Alavi. AI beyond Deus ex Machina – Reimagining Intelligence in Future Cities with Urban Experts.
  • Doenja Oogjes and Ron Wakkary. Weaving Stories: Toward Repertoires for Designing Things. – 🏆 best paper award
  • Kim Sauvé, Argenis Ramirez Gomez, and Steven Houben. Put a Label On It! Approaches for Constructing and Contextualizing Bar Chart Physicalizations.
  • Myrte Thoolen, Francesca Toso, Sebastiaan T.M. Peek, Yuan Lu, and Rens Brankaert. LivingMoments: Bespoke Social Communication for People living with Dementia and their Relatives.
  • Julie R. Williamson, Joseph O’Hagan, John Alexis Guerra-Gomez, John H Williamson, Pablo Cesar, and David A. Shamma. Digital Proxemics: Designing Social and Collaborative Interaction in Virtual Environments.
  • Maximiliane Windl, Sebastian S. Feger, Lara Zijlstra, Albrecht Schmidt, and Pawel W. Wozniak. ‘It Is Not Always Discovery Time’: Four Pragmatic Approaches in Designing AI Systems.
  • Laixin Xie, Ziming Wu, Peng Xu, Wei Li, Xiaojuan Ma, and Quan Li. RoleSeer: Understanding Informal Social Role Changes in MMORPGs via Visual Analytics.

Late-breaking work:

Case studies:

  • Mengru Xue, Rong-Hao Liang, Jun Hu, Bin Yu, and Loe Feijs. Understanding How Group Workers Reflect on Organizational Stress with a Shared, Anonymous Heart Rate Variability Data Visualization.

Congratulations to everyone involved! 🎉 Have we missed a paper or other contribution? Let us know on Twitter or via Slack.

On 22 June 2022 we will organise the annual Dutch post-CHI event where we invite the HCI community in the Netherlands to get together. This year’s event will include a keynote by Steven Pemberton, who will talk about CHI NL’s history and his recent 2022 SIGCHI practice award. Do register and come along!