The Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, the premier international conference on human-computer interaction, takes place May 7-12 in San Jose, Calif. The GT@CHI website provides a quick snapshot of the Georgia Tech research and invites you to join our conversations at CHI.

Twenty five members of Georgia Tech’s community from the College of Computing and the GVU Center have research accepted into the papers and notes portion of the technical program. More than 30 alumni have accepted papers and notes and the top U.S. authors are GT alumni and faculty. Georgia Tech will also take part in workshops, panels, courses and other parts of the CHI technical program. We invite you to explore this site to learn more about Georgia Tech’s work at the conference and hope to see you in San Jose.

GVU Center’s leading role in CHI

The GVU Center at Georgia Tech is a leader in developing the research partnerships and directions that have led to major contributions in the research spaces concerning human-computer interaction. Since the founding of the GVU Center in 1992, a major focus of our research has been to understand and improve the way that people interact with technology, at the individual, group, and societal levels.

Over the past 23 years, our researchers have helped shape the field not only through their research, but also through leadership of CHI itself. GVU researchers have served as general chair, papers chair, and technical program chair of the conference in recent years, as well as numerous other leadership positions in service to the conference and the field.