Workshops

Workshops are intended to foster discussion and exchange of ideas

on hot topics in the broader field of HCI

Workshops promote community building between academics, researchers, students and practitioners

interested in a specific topic or research agenda

Accepted workshops will be presented through the Conference website

along with a description and short CV of the organizer


Submit a workshop proposal

Prospective workshop organizers should submit their proposal (2-3 pages) through the Conference Management System (CMS)

Deadline for proposals: 1 November 2022

Submit your Proposal


Submit a workshop proposal

Prospective workshop organizers should submit their proposal (2-3 pages) through the Conference Management System (CMS)

Deadline for proposals: 1 November 2022

Submit your Proposal

Workshops are intended to foster discussion and exchange of ideas

on hot topics in the broader field of HCI

Workshops promote community building between academics, researchers, students and practitioners

interested in a specific topic or research agenda

Accepted workshops will be presented through the Conference website

along with a description and short CV of the organizer

Guidelines for proposal submission

Prospective workshop organizers should submit their proposal through the Conference Management System (CMS). The proposal should be about 2 to 3 pages long and include the following:

  • A description of the topic of the workshop and its importance.
  • The description of how the workshop will be conducted.
  • Expected outcomes of the workshop.
  • Short bio-sketches of the workshop organizers.

Deadline for Workshop Organization proposal submission:
1 November 2022

Proposal length: 2 to 3 pages long

Notification of review outcome:
18 November 2022

Organization of accepted workshops

Organizers of accepted workshops:

  • Will be asked to prepare the Call for Participation for soliciting submissions to be posted on the HCII 2023 conference website (and other media) that will describe the submission requirements and the workshop modality of operation.
  • Should decide on the final list of accepted contributions, based on the outcome of a peer-review process that they will organize.
  • Will receive a complementary conference registration.

Workshop Participation

Attendance in the workshops will be available as ‘in-person’ only. Workshops are ‘closed’ events, i.e. only authors of accepted workshop proposals, registered for the specific workshop, will be able to attend. A registration fee of $75 is applicable for workshop participants. The total number of participants per workshop cannot exceed 25.