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HCI@KAIST Research Society, Various activities at ACM CHI 2018


Researchers from HCIKAIST, an in-school community of human-computer interaction researchers at the KAIST School of Computing, showed active participation at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018). Currently, about 20 laboratories from four departments are participating. The CHI 2018 Conference held in Montreal, Canada from April 21 to 26, 2018, attracted more than 3,000 researchers from around the world and published over 600 papers. The HCI KAIST research society has published 19 papers, ranking KAIST among the world’s top 10 institutions in terms of the number of papers. Prof. Juho Kim of our faculty published seven papers in total and ranked 4th among global researchers based on the number of papers. Also, HCIKAIST held an annual KAIST Night event on the evening of April 25. KAIST Night aims to expand the network of international HCI researchers, promote international research collaboration, attract excellent faculty to HCI, and expand student internship opportunities. The KAIST School of Computing, Department of Industrial Design, and Golfzon sponsored this year's event. A total of more than 250 researchers from more than 60 institutions worldwide, including MIT, CMU, and Stanford University, as well as corporate HCI researchers from Google, Facebook, and Adobe, attended the event. A summary of the activities of HCIKAIST at CHI 2018 can be found on the following website:

  • https://sites.google.com/site/hcikaist/workshop/chi2018