Asian CHI Symposium: Emerging HCI Research Collection

Asian CHI symposium showcases the latest work from East-Asia and Japan on interactive systems and user interfaces that address under-explored problems and demonstrate unique approaches.

In addition to circulating ideas and sharing a vision of future research in human-computer interaction, this symposium aims to foster the social network among young researchers and create a fresh community.

It will be a joint project of SEACHI (Southeast Asia Computer Human Interaction Community), and HCI researchers in Japan who held CHI 2016 Workshop on Japanese HCI Research Collection.

Our Symposium Succeeded!!

Best Poster/Demo Awards


1st Prize: A Technique for Touch Force Sensing using a Waterproof Device’s Built-in Barometer. Ryosuke Takada, Wei Lin, Toshiyuki Ando, Buntarou Shizuki, Shin Takahashi

2nd Prize: Transformed Human Presence for Puppetry. Mose Sakashita, Keisuke Kawahara, Amy Koike, Ippei Suzuki, Kenta Suzuki, Yoichi Ochiai

Date and Venue

Date:  7 May 2017 (Sunday)

Time:  9:30 – 17:00 (Tentative)

Venue:  Colorado Convention Center (Room number will be announced)

Quick Facts

Submission format: SIGCHI Extended Abstract

Page count: 2 — 6 pages (excluding references)

Submission deadline: Feb 24, 2017. (EXTENDED)

Notification: Mar 3, 2017. (Review will be sent at Mar 10)

See Call for Participation (Japanese version) for more details.

Contact Us

Email: chi2017[at]
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