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Dutch CHI 2020

CHI, the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. Due to the cancellation of CHI, we want to create a venue to present Dutch contributions at CHI. With 25+ full papers, many late breaking work as well as a number of courses, workshops and panels, the Dutch HCI researchers have been contributing significantly to CHI 2020 this year. 

Through short paper presentations and panel discussions with international experts in the respective field, we aim to increase the visibility of the Dutch HCI research and enable authors to receive valuable feedback on their work they would miss without CHI. 

The event will take place on June 17th, 2020 from 9:00am to 11:00am and 4pm – 6pm (CEST).

The event is open to everyone (with no registration required) and we hope to see many of you there. The sessions will be hosted via a Zoom Webinar and allow for actively participating in the Q&As. The sessions will not be recorded. After the last session on each day, we invite everyone to join us on Mozilla Hub for a after-work hangout.

How to join:

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Password: DutchCHI20
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The format

The Dutch CHI 2020 consists of 3 to 4 sessions, each up to 90 min, presenting papers in 7 min video format and LBW with 3 min videos, followed by a panel discussion for the set of papers and LBWs. Check out our schedule for more information.

The organizers

This event is organized by Regina Bernhaupt (General Chair CHI 2020) and Günter Wallner from the Industrial Design Department of the TU/e. You can reach us at or

General Questions

Do I have to register for the event? No, registration is not required. You can simply join the Zoom Webinar using the link provided above.

Can I ask questions during the discussions? Yes, absolutely! As soon as you have joined the Zoom Webinar, you can post questions through the built-in Q&A feature. Also, the chairs can un-mute you in case you want to actively join the discussion.

Are the sessions recorded? No, we don’t record the sessions.

See our detailed FAQ for more information.