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*Call for Submissions of Position Papers to Bridge AIS SIGHCI and ACM
SIGCHI*


*One Day Workshop at CHI 2018, Montreal, Quebec, CanadaWorkshop
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2018Deadline for Submissions: Monday, January 29,
2018 by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time*

The goal of the workshop is to build a bridge between two communities, AIS
SIGHCI and ACM SIGCHI, to create a better understanding of common goals and
interests, as well as to share potentially different perspectives and
priorities, within and across both communities. By bridging the AIS SIGHCI
and ACM SIGCHI communities, the impact of the HCI field and the
sustainability of HCI research as a whole could be enhanced.

There is a three-horned problem that all researchers must tackle, which is
to optimize the trade-offs between: 1) measuring the phenomena of interest
with precision and scientific rigor, 2) realism of the context being
studied, and 3) generalizability of findings to a broader context and/or
population. The workshop will also strive to address this classic
three-horned dilemma faced by all researchers, and more specifically,
within the context of HCI research. Through this workshop, we hope to
create synergies by fostering new collaborations across the greater
community of HCI researchers and practitioners at large.

Hence, we invite submissions of position papers that examine and address
issues that can help to bridge both communities. A position paper is a
well-rationalized stance on a topic related to the workshop themes
justified through theory, literature, or empirical work. Examples of
position papers include those that identify similarities and commonalities
as well as bridge potential differences in priorities and perspectives of
both communities. Position papers may also address the three-horned dilemma
from a wide variety of perspectives with the goal of building synergies and
potential collaborations across the greater community of HCI researchers
and practitioners at large.

Other examples of topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

*       Comparisons between AIS SIGHCI and ACM SIGCHI core values based on
the experience of people who have already bridged the two fields.

*       Conceptual papers about different types of HCI contributions (e.g.,
theory building, social impact) made by either or both fields, as well as
potential weaknesses that could be mitigated by bridging.

*       Methodological papers from either HCI discipline (e.g., qualitative
and quantitative approaches) that speak to the three-horned problem.

*       Forward-thinking proposals for how to build synergies and
sustainable collaborations among researchers from both HCI communities.

Interested participants should:

*       Refer to the call for workshop position papers at
http://www.bridginghci.org/.

*       Submit a 2-4 page position paper formatted in the SIGCHI extended
abstracts format shown at https://chi2018.acm.org/chi-proceedings-format/.
It should include the names, contact information, and affiliations of
authors.  All submissions must be in English.

*       Email the submission to [log in to unmask] by 11:59 p.m. Pacific
Standard Time on Monday, January 29, 2018.

Position papers will be peer-reviewed by the workshop program committee
from both communities, and submissions will be accepted based on the
relevance of the topic, as well as the potential to contribute to the
workshop discussions and goals. Position papers are not considered archival
publications and authors retain all rights to their work. However, with
authors' permission, position papers will be shared publicly via the
workshop's website.

*Timeline:*

*       January 29, 2018: Position paper CFP deadline

*       January 30, 2018 - February 16, 2018: Submissions reviewed by
program committee

*       February 21, 2018: Notifications sent to authors

*       March 5, 2018: Camera-ready versions of position papers due and
linked on website

*Important: *At least one author of each accepted position paper must
attend the workshop and all participants must register for both the
workshop and for at least one day of the conference (CHI 2018).

*Workshop Organizers (in alphabetical order of last names):*

*Soussan Djamasbi*, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, [log in to unmask]

*Dennis F. Galletta*, University of Pittsburgh, [log in to unmask]

*Fiona Nah*, Missouri University of Science and Technology, [log in to unmask]

*Xinru Page*, Bentley University, [log in to unmask]

*Lionel P. Robert Jr*., University of Michigan, [log in to unmask]

*Pamela Wisniewski*, University of Central Florida, [log in to unmask]


*Panelists:*

*Dennis Galletta*, University of Pittsburgh. AIS Fellow, LEO (AIS lifetime
achievement award) winner, former President of AIS (2007-2008), and
Co-Editor-in-Chief AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction.

*Gloria Mark*, University of California, Irvine. General Chair of CHI 2017,
ACM CHI Academy Member, and Associate Editor of ACM Transactions on
Human-Computer Interaction.

*Michael Muller*, IBM Research and Wellesley College. Co-organizer of the
CHI Early Career Symposium; Co-chair of ECSCW 2018 exploratory papers, and
ACM Distinguished Scientist.

*Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah*, Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Co-Founder and former Chair of the AIS SIGHCI, and Associate Editor of
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.


*Program Committee* (from both communities in alphabetical order of last
names):

Constantinos Coursaris, Michigan State University
Ann Fruhling, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Camille Grange, HEC Montreal
Jens Grossklags, Technical University of Munich
Shion Guha, Marquette University
David Gurzick, Hood College
Traci Hess, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Najmul Islam, University of Turki, Finland
Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Haiyan Jia, Lehigh University
Zhenhui "Jack" Jiang, National University of Singapore
Richard Johnson, University of Albany
Bart Knijnenburg, Clemson University
Alfred Kobsa, University of California, Irvine
Nima Kordzadeh, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Cliff Lampe, University of Michigan
Young "Anna" Lee, Michigan State University
Younghwa "Gabe" Lee, Miami University
Eleanor Loiacono, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Bonnie Nardi, University of California, Irvine
Aaron Quigley, University of St. Andrews
Patrick Shih, Indiana University
Heshan Sun, Clemson University
Nathan Twyman, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Wietske Van Osch, Michigan State University
Yvette Wohn, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Dezhi Wu, Southern Utah University
Heng Xu, Pennsylvania State University


Best regards,

Lionel


*New Paper(s): Robots are Here...:) *

You, S., Ye, T., Robert, L. P. (2017). *Team Potency and Ethnic Diversity
in Robot-Supported Dyadic Teams*, *Proceedings of the 38th International
Conference on Information Systems* (*ICIS 2017*), Dec 10-13, Seoul, Korea.
Link to copy provided by the author http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/138124.

You, S. and Robert, L. P. (accepted in 2017). *Emotional Attachment,
Performance, and Viability in Teams Collaborating with Embodied Physical
Action (EPA) Robots*, *Journal of the Association for Information Systems*,
(*JAIS*), link to the preprint version http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/136918.

You, S. and Robert, L. P. (2017). *Teaming Up with Robots: An IMOI
(Inputs-Mediators-Outputs-Inputs) Framework of Human-Robot Teamwork*,
International Journal of Robotic Engineering, (*IJRE*), 2(3), link to the
preprint version http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/138192.

*Robert, L. P.* (2017). *The Growing Problem of Humanizing Robots*,
*International
Robotics & Automation Journal,* (*IRAJ*), 3(1), Article 43,
http://dx.doi.org/10.15406/iratj.2017.03.00043, link to the author's copy
http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/138018.


Lionel P. Robert Jr.
Associate Professor
School of Information <https://www.si.umich.edu/people/lionel-robert>
Core Faculty, Robotics Institute <https://robotics.umich.edu/core-faculty/>
Director of MAVRIC <https://mavric.si.umich.edu>
Co-Director of SIT Lab
University of Michigan
Email: [log in to unmask]
Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/lionelrobert/
MAVRIC: https://mavric.si.umich.edu

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