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Syed Shabih Hasan <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 3 Jan 2018 12:46:25 -0600
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** Call for Participation **
*CHI Workshop on Living Labs: Measuring Human Experience in the Built

*Submission Deadline:* February 2, 2018
*Notification Date:* February 22, 2018
*Workshop Date*: April 22, 2018
*Workshop website:*

How does the built environment affect people’s behavior, health, and
well-being?  How can we use recent technological advances to optimize
indoor and outdoor spaces for occupants? From the level of a home to the
level of a city, behavioral data, wearable data, and sensor data can be
collected and analyzed to understand how people are interacting with their
environments. This one-day workshop will bring together researchers in
human-computer interaction (HCI), behavioral and building science and other
related fields to share and discuss research and strategies for optimizing
the interaction between humans and their indoor and outdoor environments.

We welcome participation from those with interest and ideas on how new
technologies may benefit occupants of indoor and outdoor spaces. The
workshop will provide participants in any discipline with an opportunity to
present work and ideas that could be applied in indoor environments like
homes and offices and outdoor environments like parks and neighborhoods.
Through presentations and group discussions, participants will explore the
following, but not limited to, areas:

- How living labs enable research on how occupants interact with their
- How advancements in mobile sensing technology allow researchers to extend
living lab capabilities into the real world.
- How innovative multidisciplinary applications can improve the experience
of built environment occupants.
- Privacy and ethical considerations for living lab research.
- Any other related topics.

The workshop will consist of short paper presentations and discussions,
poster presentations and networking, and breakout sessions discuss the
future of living lab research. Our goal is to grow the living lab community
within CHI.

Position paper and poster submissions must be in SIGCHI Extended Abstract
Format (Link), must not exceed five pages (papers) and three pages
(posters), and should be emailed as a PDF file to *[log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>* with the subject line “*CHI 2018 Living Lab

Contact address in case of queries: *[log in to unmask]
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*Syed Shabih Hasan, PhD*
Director, Computer Sciences
Well Living Lab
Delos Living LLC.

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