The symposium will be organised around six key themes. Each theme will have a keynote led by an invited speaker reflecting upon an influential piece of work that has impacted the design and research communities.
Upon submission of a paper, you will be asked to recommend which theme your work most aligns with.
Below are the six themes, and the papers that we as a committee identified as having a profound impact on our community.
Orchestrating a Mixed Reality Performance
Boriana Koleva, Ian Taylor, Steve Benford, Mike Fraser, Chris Greenhalgh, Holger Schnädelbach, Dirk vom Lehn, Christian Heath, Ju Row-Farr, and Matt AdamsArts and Design-led Approaches theme
Ambiguity as a Resource for Design
Bill Gaver, Jacob Beaver, and Steve BenfordArtificial Intelligence, Humans, and Machines theme
Human-Machine Reconfigurations: Plans and Situated Actions
Moving on from Weiser’s Vision of Calm Computing: Engaging UbiComp Experiences
Yvonne RogersPublic and Private Spaces theme
Collaboration and Control: Crisis Management and Multimedia Technology in London Underground Line Control Rooms
Christian Heath and Paul LuffNew Approaches to Research and Design theme
When second wave HCI meets third wave challenges
Please read the submission guidance before submitting your papers. This guidance also includes the templates you should use to prepare your submission.