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HCOMP 2015 Call For Papers

The Third AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (
*HCOMP-2015*) will be held *November 8-11, 2015* at the Kona Kai Resort and
Marina in *San Diego, CA*, USA.

The HCOMP conference is cross-disciplinary, and we invite submissions
across the broad spectrum of crowdsourcing and human computation work.
Human computation and crowdsourcing is unique in its direct engagement and
reliance on both human-centered studies and traditional computer science.
The HCOMP conference is thus aimed at promoting the scientific exchange of
advances in human computation and crowdsourcing among researchers,
engineers, and practitioners across a spectrum of disciplines who may
otherwise not have the opportunity to hear from one another.

The theme for HCOMP 2015 is “*Intersections*”:

   - intersections between people and technology,
   - intersections between different stakeholders,
   - intersections of the physical and virtual, and
   - intersections between diverse perspectives in the HCOMP community and

*Paper* (double-blind) submissions are due on *May 1, 2015 (11:59pm Pacific
Time). *
*Workshop and tutorial *proposals are due on *May 22, 2015*.
*Work-in-progress* will be due *August 25, 2015*.

Authors of papers, workshops, and tutorials will be notified about the
acceptance and rejection of their submissions on June 19, 2015. Accepted
papers will be due in camera-ready form on July 16, 2014. Authors of
work-in-progress will be notified by September 7, 2015.

We look forward to your submissions!

*Conference Chairs*

Dr. Panos Ipeirotis
Stern School of Business, New York University.

Dr. Liz Gerber
McCormick School of Engineering & School of Communication, Northwestern


*Workshop Chair*

Kate Starbird, University of Washington


*Publicity Chair*

Lydia Chilton, University of Washington


*Poster Chairs*

Steven Dow, Carnegie Mellon University

Walter Lasecki, University of Rochester


*Program Committee*

Marco Brambilla, Politecnico di Milano

Ceren Budak, Microsoft Research

Laura Carletti, University of Nottingham

Ciro Cattuto, Institute for Scientific Interchange (ISI) Foundation

Elisa Celis, Xerox Research Centre India

Lydia Chilton, University of Washington

Steven Dow, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Arpita Ghosh, Cornell University

Yotam Gingold, George Mason University

Bjoern Hartmann, University of California, Berkeley

Catherine Hicks, UC San Diego

Jane Hsu, National Taiwan University

Adam Kalai, Microsoft Research New England

Ece Kamar, Microsoft Research

Markus Krause, Leibniz University Hannover

Anand Kulkarni, LeadGenius

Walter Lasecki, University of Rochester

Edith Law, University of Waterloo

Matt Lease, University of Texas, Austin

Chris Lintott, Oxford

Adam Marcus, GoDaddy / Locu

Winter Mason, Facebook

Mausam, Indian Institue of Technology, Delhi

Meredith Morris, Microsoft

Jeff Nichols, Google

Anne Marie Piper, Northwestern University

Alex Rogers, University of Southampton

Kate Starbird, University of Washington

Siddharth Suri, Microsoft Research

Beth Trushkowsky, Harvey Mudd College

Jennifer Vaughan, Microsoft Research

Jing Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Daniel Weld, University of Washington

Anbang Xu, IBM Almaden

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