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Date: Tue, 12 May 2020 11:29:09 +0200
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**Invitation to attend the Virtual German CHI Week - from May 25th till 
May 29th**

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With 83 accepted papers and 34 LBWs, German researchers provided a 
sizable contribution to CHI 2020. Due to the cancellation of CHI, we 
want to create a venue to present and discuss the German HCI research 
contribution by organizing a virtual german CHI week 
(https://www.germanhci.de/events/2020-virtual-chi/ 
<https://www.germanhci.de/events/2020-virtual-chi/?fbclid=IwAR1PHj1Ft6LJgsPyj29kOzKpW25EF9TjP4UlvU9kK7twBaLZb6q_o4gG1zY>).


Starting on May 25th, each day of the week from 5 pm till 7 pm (CEST), 
we will present you with three sessions of timely research topics - from 
AI over virtual and mixed reality to games and physiological sensing. 
The sessions themselves will comprise around four to seven 3-minute 
paper presentationsand several 1-minute LBW lightning talkson the 
respective topic. Each session will be topped with a 20-minute open 
panel discussion with the authors and international experts of the field.


We hope we can share exciting ideas, discuss our research, and provide 
the authors with visibility and valuable feedback on their work they 
would otherwise miss without CHI.


*** The event is open to everyone, all talks and discussions will be in 
English!***

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*You can find an overview of the sessions below and all papers and LBWs 
in the detailed schedule on our website. *

*We will update the website soon with all necessary information on how 
to access the event.*

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*https://www.germanhci.de/events/2020-virtual-chi/ 
<https://www.germanhci.de/events/2020-virtual-chi/?fbclid=IwAR1PHj1Ft6LJgsPyj29kOzKpW25EF9TjP4UlvU9kK7twBaLZb6q_o4gG1zY>*

We hope to see many of you there :)


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Session overview:
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*Monday May 25th, 5pm - 7pm (CEST)*

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1. Mixed Reality, chaired by Albrecht Schmidt

2. Games & Gamification, chaired by Antonio Krüger

3. CSCW / InfoVis, chaired by Raimund Dachselt


Tuesday May 26th, 5pm - 7pm (CEST)

1. Eye & Brain, chaired by Anke Huckauf & Andreas Bulling

2. Accessibility & Well-being, chaired by Susanne Boll

3. Wearables, chaired by Stefan Schneegass


Wednesday May 27th, 5pm - 7pm (CEST)

1. Virtual Reality, chaired by Enrico Rukzio & Jan Gugenheimer

2. VR - Interaction, chaired by Frank Steinicke

3. VR - Locomotion , chaired by Wilko Heuten & Stephen Brewster


Thursday May 28th, 5pm - 7pm (CEST)

1. Artificial Intelligence & Smart Home

2. Usable Security and Privacy & IoT, chaired by Florian Alt & Max 
Mühlhäuser

3. Input, chaired by Niels Henze & Roderick Murray-Smith


Friday May 29th, 5pm - 7pm (CEST)

1. Methodology

2. Automotive & Robots, chaired by Andreas Riener & Myounghoon Jeon

3. At the Workplace, chaired by Michael Prilla & Myriam Lewkowicz


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The Virtual German CHI Event is organized in a joined effort by Florian 
Alt (Bundeswehr University Munich), Susanne Boll (University of 
Oldenburg), Teresa Hirzle (Ulm University), Tom Horak (TU Dresden), 
Thomas Kosch (LMU Munich), Andrii Matviienko (TU Darmstadt), Heiko 
Müller (University of Oldenburg), Enrico Rukzio (Ulm University), 
Christina Schneegass (LMU Munich), and Stefan Schneegass (University of 
Duisburg-Essen).


If you any further questions or feedback, please contact Teresa Hirzle 
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Christina Schneegass

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Medieninformatik
Frauenlobstr. 7a
D-80337 München
Tel: +49-89-2180-75130

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http://www.medien.ifi.lmu.de


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