International Paper Presentations

Call for Papers

The IHC 2022 track on International Paper Presentations aims at giving visibility of papers published in international journals/conferences about Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to the participants of the major Brazilian conference around the theme.

Hence, this track provides a space for authors willing to disseminate research papers published in international journals and conferences or who aim to integrate with the Brazilian HCI community, providing awareness to everyone researching HCI inside or outside Brazil.

Selection Criteria

  • Papers accepted/published between 2020 and 2022;
  • Relevance of the contribution to the Brazilian HCI community;
  • Papers accepted/published in international journals (e.g., TOCHI, TACCESS, Interactions, Interacting with Computers, Behaviour & Information Technology, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, UAIS, etc.) and that were not presented to the Brazilian HCI community;
  • Papers accepted/published in high-quality international conferences (e.g., CHI, CSCW, ECSCW, Nordichi, Interact, EICS, IUI, DIS, ASSETS, W4A, CHI PLAY, etc) and that are relevant to the Brazilian HCI community.

 

The selection will be performed by a committee that will review each submission considering the presented criteria. As a result, authors should expect some brief feedback, presenting the rationale of the committee and the process outcome.

Submission

    1. Title: The title can be the same one used in the accepted/published paper;
    2. Abstract: The abstract can be the same one used in the accepted/published paper;
    3. Conference/journal where the paper was accepted/published: Reference in the ACM’s format;
    4. Why would you like to present this paper to the Brazilian HCI community? Is there any work related to this project that was already published in any Brazilian conference? If yes, please, specify. This information will not be used to disqualify the submission. In fact, it will be used to identify works that were presented to the Brazilian HCI community in early stages and that count on recent works not seen by this audience.

 

Authors must submit a document with the items specified above in PDF format, via the JEMS system.

Important: The authors are responsible for assuring that the submission to this track does not infringe the signed copyright for the accepted/published paper.

Camera-ready

  • After acceptance, the authors must submit an extended abstract with up to 2 pages, following the template adopted at IHC 2022’s research track;
  • Considering that the goal of this track is to provide awareness of published works to the Brazilian community, the extended abstracts must be in Portuguese;
  • If authors consider appropriate, the extended abstract can include recent results about the project;

 

The accepted extended abstracts will be published in the extended proceedings of IHC 2022 on SBC OpenLib.

Presentation

The selected works will be presented during the IHC 2022 in sessions around related topics. Hence, emphasis will be given to the integration of works selected in this track with other works from the Brazilian HCI community.

Reviewers

To be confirmed.

Coordination

André Pimenta Freire (UFLA) – apfreire@dcc.ufla.br
Isabela Gasparini (UDESC) – isabela.gasparini@udesc.br

Important Dates

Submission deadline: 03 June 2022
Notification of results: 15 July 2022
Submission of camera-ready: 12 August 2022

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    Dayanne Gomes (UFMA), Nathasha Pinto (UFMA), Aurea Melo (UEA), Ivana Márcia Maia (IFMA), Anselmo Cardoso de Paiva (UFMA), Raimundo Barreto (UFAM), Davi Viana (UFMA), Luis Rivero (UFMA)
  2. Flying colors: Using color blindness simulations in the development of accessible mobile games
    Mateus Carneiro (UFC), Windson Viana (UFC), Rossana Andrade (UFC), Ticianne Darin (UFC)
  3. Image Descriptions’ Limitations for People with Visual Impairments: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?
    Alessandra Jandrey (PUC-RS), Duncan Ruiz (PUC-RS), Milene Silveira (PUC-RS)
  4. Making Design of Experiments (DOE) accessible for everyone: Prototype design and evaluation
    Fabiani de Souza (CPQD), Gabriela Vechini (UNICAMP), Graziella Bonadia (CPQD)
  5. The Windows 10’s Color Filter Feature as an Aid for Color Blind People in the Use of Websites
    Isa Maria de Paiva (UNIRIO), Sean Siqueira (UNIRIO), Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira (UNIRIO)
  6. When just Ok, is not Ok – An Experimental Study through Sequential Chronological Cuts, with Prescriptive and Semantic Analyzes on the Dynamic Translation by VLibras Avatar
    André Silva (UNIRIO), Tatiane Militão de Sá (UFF), Ruan Diniz (PUC Campinas), Simone Bacellar Leal Ferreira (UNIRIO), Sean Siqueira (UNIRIO), Saulo Cabral Bourguignon (UFF)
  7. Evaluation of Assistive Technologies from the perspective of Usability, User Experience and Accessibility: a Systematic Mapping Study
    Tatiany Xavier de Godoi (UFPR), Guilherme Guerino (UEM), Natasha Valentim (UFPR)