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===CUI 2019===

=22-23rd August 2019=

==Dublin Ireland==

=http://cui2019.com/=


The CUI executive committee are committed to supporting the attendance 
of students at the conference so as to grow and foster the CUI 
community. As part of this, we are offering 3 travel grants for 
registered students who lack other funding opportunities to attend CUI 
2019 in Dublin.

*WHAT DOES THE TRAVEL GRANT COVER?*

Each award consists of an honorarium of €500 per student to go towards 
travel expenses including airfare (economy flights only), accommodation 
and subsistence. Each student will also receive free conference 
registration.

*WHO IS ELIGIBLE?*

Applications are invited from any registered student who wishes to 
attend CUI 2019. Priority will be given to those students with 1) 
accepted papers at the conference and 2) that are presenting the work at 
the conference 3) who have a clear need for financial support to attend 
to present their research. Students studying in areas relevant to CUI 
who do not fit this criteria will also be considered and are still 
encouraged to apply.

*HOW TO APPLY*

To apply for the travel grant please complete the *CUI Travel Grant 
application form* <http://www.cui2019.com/CUI 2019 TRAVEL GRANT 
APPLICATION.docx> and send this in pdf format to Dr Benjamin R Cowan 
(CUI General Co-Chair) via email at [log in to unmask] 
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> by July 5th. Results will be announced on 
July 12th.

The CUI executive committee are committed to supporting the attendance 
of students at the conference so as to grow and foster the CUI 
community. As part of this, we are offering 3 travel grants for 
registered students who lack other funding opportunities to attend CUI 
2019 in Dublin.

*WHAT DOES THE TRAVEL GRANT COVER?*

Each award consists of an honorarium of €500 per student to go towards 
travel expenses including airfare (economy flights only), accommodation 
and subsistence. Each student will also receive free conference 
registration.

*WHO IS ELIGIBLE?*

Applications are invited from any registered student who wishes to 
attend CUI 2019. Priority will be given to those students with 1) 
accepted papers at the conference and 2) that are presenting the work at 
the conference 3) who have a clear need for financial support to attend 
to present their research. Students studying in areas relevant to CUI 
who do not fit this criteria will also be considered and are still 
encouraged to apply.

*HOW TO APPLY*

To apply for the travel grant please complete the *CUI Travel Grant 
application form* <http://www.cui2019.com/CUI 2019 TRAVEL GRANT 
APPLICATION.docx> and send this in pdf format to Dr Benjamin R Cowan 
(CUI General Co-Chair) via email at [log in to unmask] 
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> by July 5th. Results will be announced on 
July 12th.

-- 
Too brief? Here's why http://emailcharter.org

=====================
Benjamin R Cowan PhD
Assistant Professor
School of Information & Communication Studies
University College Dublin
Twitter: @BCowanHCI
Web: www.benjamincowan.com

NB- I do not check my email at weekends or much in the evening.
If anything is urgent please phone.
=====================
Recent papers:
Clark, L., et al., (In Press). What Makes a Good Conversation? Challenges in Designing Truly Conversational Agents. Proceedings of CHI 2019, Glasgow, UK.

Pinder, C., Vermeulen, J., Cowan, B.R. & Beale, R. (2018). Digital Behaviour Change Interventions to Break and Form Habits. ACM TOCHI.

Gilmartin et al., (2018). Explorations in multiparty casual social talk and its relevance for social human machine dialogue. Journal of Multimodal User Interfaces, 12, 4, 297-308

Murad, C., Munteanu, C., Clark, L., & Cowan, B. R. (2018). Design guidelines for hands-free speech interaction. Proceedings of Mobile HCI 2018, Barcelona, Spain.


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