Workshops

Call for Workshops

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with the Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems (IHC 2022). The purpose of the workshops is to provide a forum for exchanging opinions, presenting ideas, and discussing preliminary results in an interactive atmosphere.

Proposals (maximum 4 pages) should include:

  1. Workshop name and a 150- to 200-word abstract describing the workshop, according to the Topics of interest presented on the Symposium Web site;
  2. A short summary of the topic, scope, and significance of the workshop including a discussion on the relevance to IHC 2019 topics (please, include information about previous sessions of the workshop, if any);
  3. Information about the procedure for selecting papers/participants, plans for dissemination (for example, special issues of journals, or position statements distributed to the participants), the expected number of participants, and the planned workshop format;
  4. A brief CV of each of the organizers, including contact addresses and identification of a single primary contact;
  5. A proposal for the workshop submission, acceptance notification, and camera-ready deadlines.

 

Please, pay attention to the deadline for Workshop acceptance notification (see below) Therefore, the deadlines for the submission of articles should be after this date and the notification of acceptance of articles for the workshop should be sent at least one week before the registration date (first date with discount), to be defined by the Symposium Committee.

All the proposals will be judged on their merits, and the best ones will be accepted. Notice that workshops held in previous editions of the Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems (IHC) will undergo the same selection process. Success on previous events (in terms of attendance, number of submissions, etc.) and the potential interest for the current edition will be taken into account in our deliberations.

Responsibilities

The organizers of IHC 2022 will provide:

  • Page hosted (or link) on IHC 2022 Web site;
  • Management of registration for participants;
  • Setup of meeting space and related equipment;
  • Coffee-breaks.

 

The proponents are responsible for organizing and carrying out the workshop belong. The workshop organizers must:

  • Coordinate deadlines and acceptance notifications for workshop papers with the IHC 2022 Workshop Chairs;
  • Publicize the workshop, its call for papers, submission and review process, and make any contact with authors;
  • Provide a brief description of the workshop for the IHC 2022 Web page;
  • Schedule workshop activities in collaboration with the IHC 2022 local organizers;
  • At least 1 of the workshop proponents must register for IHC 2022, which will take place in person this year. A day pass is provided for those who wish to register only on the day of the workshop.

Submissions

Authors must submit their submissions electronically in PDF format through the JEMS system. We recommend using Overleaf’s Latex template. If you prefer, you can work directly with Latex source files. Optionally, you can use the MS-Word template.

Reviewers

Workshop proposals will be reviewed by at least 2 researchers from the IHC community. In case of indecision, the co-chairs will carry out a new review.

Coordination

Juliana Jansen Ferreira (IBM Research) – jjansen@br.ibm.com
Carla Lopes Rodriguez (UFABC) – c.rodriguez@ufabc.edu.br

Important dates

Submission deadline for abstracts: May 16, 2022
Notification of results: June 16, 2022
Submission of camera-ready: June 24, 2022
Workshop: October 17, 2022

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  1. Developing a Set of Design Patterns Specific for the Design of User Interfaces for Autistic Users
    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)