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Open Lab sees success at ACM CHI conference

Open Lab sees success at ACM CHI conference

29 April 2022

Open Lab receives two Best Papers and three Honourable Mentions at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems conference this year.

The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).

Best papers were awarded to:

  • "Investigating Daily Practices of Self-care to Inform the Design of Supportive Health Technologies for Living and Ageing Well with HIV", by Caroline Claisse, Bakita Kasadha, Simone Stumpf, and Abigail C Durrant.
  • "Investigating the Tradeoffs of Everyday Text-Entry Collection Methods", by André Rodrigues, Hugo Nicolau, André R.B. Santos, Diogo Branco, Jay Rainey, David Verweij, Jan David Smeddinck, Kyle Montague, and Tiago Guerreiro.

Honourable mentions included:

  • "Exploring Experiences of Self-Directed Care Budgets: Design Implications for Socio-Technical Interventions", by Peter Glick, Rachel E Clarke, and Clara Crivellaro.
  • "Exploring the Role of Paradata in Digitally Supported Qualitative Co-Research", by Jay Rainey, Siobhan Macfarlane, Aare Puussaar, Vasilis Vlachokyriakos, Roger Burrows, Jan David Smeddinck, Pamela Briggs, and Kyle Montague.
  • "Human-GDPR Interaction: Practical Experiences of Accessing Personal Data", by Alex Bowyer, Jack Holt, Josephine Go Jefferies, Rob Wilson, David Kirk, and Jan David Smeddinck.

Congratulations to all!