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Final Call for Submissions to HRI Pioneers 2018 Workshop -- no extensions
will be granted

05 March 2018, Chicago, Illinois (USA)

Website:http://www.hripioneers.info

Twitter: @HRIPioneers

Submission link: https://new.precisionconference.com



-----------------------IMPORTANT DATES

Nov 3rd 2017 (11:59 PM PT): Submission Deadline -- firm deadline

Dec 22 2017: Notification of acceptance

Jan 12 2018: Final version due

------------ABSTRACT

The 13th annual Human-Robot Interaction Pioneers Workshop will be held in
Chicago, USA on Monday, March 5, 2018 in conjunction with the 2018 ACM/IEEE
International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
<http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2018/>.

Pioneers seeks to foster creativity and collaboration surrounding key
challenges in human-robot interaction and empower students early in their
academic careers. Each year, the workshop brings together a cohort of the
world's top student researchers and provides the opportunity for students
to present and discuss their work with distinguished student peers and
senior scholars in the field.

Pioneers is a premier forum for graduate students in HRI, thus we invite
students at any stage of their academic career to consider applying. To
facilitate attendance, we expect to provide financial support to accepted
students to help mitigate the costs of the workshop and main conference

-------------SUBMISSION

An anonymized, two-page description of the applicant's past, current, or
proposed work. Word and LaTeX templates can be found here
<http://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template> –  please use the
sample-sigconf.tex or ACM_SigConf.docx files

In particular, the abstract should cover:

   -

   key research questions/motivation of the applicant's work
   -

   background and related work that informs the research
   -

   the research approach and methodology
   -

   results to date (if any), and a description of remaining work.


For undergraduate students, description of work on a previous project with
clear ties to the field and potential implications would be permissible.
For graduate students, applications should include past work if applicable,
as well as current and future research plans.

Publications should be fully anonymized at the time of submission. Please
see anonymization guidelines here:
<http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2018/guidelines-for-anonymizing-submissions/>
http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2018/guidelines-for-
anonymizing-submissions/

Submit the abstract using this <https://new.precisionconference.com/> link (
https://new.precisionconference.com).

Following are the guidelines for submission,

   -

   make an account, if you do not currently have one,
   -

   go to the 'Submissions' tab, and from the drop-down menus, select SIGCHI
   as the society, HRI 2018 as the conference, and HRI 2018 Pioneers Workshop
   as the track,
   -

   hit 'Go', and a new submission will show up as incomplete. Similar to
   this <http://www.hripioneers.info/hri18/img/submission_page_example.png>,
   -

   edit the submission, and fill out the form until the submission shows up
   as complete.


A 2-page CV will be required as part of the submission process.
Undergraduate students without laboratory experience can include coursework
or skills that are relevant to their project. Graduate students should
include laboratory experience and any publications/presentations that are
applicable.

-----------TARGET AUDIENCE AND TOPICS

Students of all levels pursuing research in a field related to Human-Robot
interaction should consider applying. Undergraduate and Graduate level
students will be considered in separate tracks.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to,

   -

   User studies in HRI
   -

   Technical advances in HRI
   -

   Human-Robot interaction design
   -

   Theory and methods in HRI
   -

   Unique applications of HRI


--------ORGANIZERS

Austin Whitesell

General Chair

Oregon State University

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USA

Cristina Zaga

General Chair

University of Twente

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Netherlands

Brittany Noah

Program Chair

Georgia Institute of Technology

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USA

Caitlyn Clabaugh

Program Chair

University of Southern California

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USA

Felix Gervits

Program Chair

Tufts University

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USA

Nik Martelaro

Panel Chair

Stanford University

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USA

Xiang Zhi Tan (Zhi)

Publicity/Web Chair

Carnegie Mellon University

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USA

Syed Ali Raza (Ali)

Publicity/Web Chair

University of Technology Sydney

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Australia


-- 
UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE.
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Cristina Zaga, MSc, PhD candidate: [log in to unmask]
CHI2018 Social Media Chair: [log in to unmask]
HRI Pioneers 2018 Workshop General Chair: http://www.hripioneers.info/
CSCW SV chair 2018 : [log in to unmask]
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Human Media Interaction (HMI)
Department of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
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Building: Zilverling room 2063
University of Twente | Drienerlolaan 5 | 7522 NB Enschede
Tel: +31(0)53-4893740 <+31%2053%20489%203740> (secretary)

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