The very first German edition of the prestigious ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) took place in Hamburg from April 23 to 28. Eight researchers from the IML team attended the conference and successfully presented a full paper, two Late-Breaking-Work posters and an interactivity demonstration. In addition, Raimund Dachselt served as session chair and Mats Ole Ellenberg as Student Volunteer.

Recognized as the most esteemed conference in the field of Human-Computer Interaction, this year’s CHI attracted an impressive gathering of 3888 in-person attendees with an additional 782 participants joining online, which made it the biggest event in CHI’s history.

For more details about our team’s contributions to CHI, including access to papers, posters, video figures, and recorded talks, please find information below.

Contributions to ACM CHI 2023