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CfP SEACHI 2016: Smart Cities for a Better Living with HCI and UX

CHI 2016
San Jose, CA, USA
8 May 2016

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In conjunction with CHI 2016 - chi2016.acm.org, SEACHI 2016 is the latest event in a series of HCI and UX workshops, symposiums, and conferences that have been held since 2014 in Southeast Asia. In 2016, the theme of the symposium is “Smart Cities for a Better Living with HCI and UX”. This symposium aims to explore the relationship between HCI, UX and smart cities to improve the quality of life in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and other Southeast Asian countries in comparison to the smart cities around the world. During the ASEAN CHI Symposium 2015 (SEACHI Symposium 2015), the topic of smart cities was raised and discussed and considered as an ongoing agenda for discussion in the SEACHI community. In conjunction with CHI 2016, this theme is strongly related and relevant to the CHI 2016 theme - #chi4good.

** Important Dates **
• Paper Submission: 31 January 2016
• Notification of Acceptance: 14 February 2016
• Camera-ready Version Submission: 29 February 2016

** Submission *
Please send to Adi Tedjasaputra at adit@acm.org

** Submission Format *
CHI Extended Abstracts Format - https://goo.gl/fQUcA6

** Submission Category **
Extended Abstract
** Topics **
Submissions are accepted for the following topics related to Human Computer Interaction and User Experience:

Concepts, Adoption and Adaptation

• Smart Cities (Transport, Environment, Health, Buildings, Environment, Infrastructure, Energy)
• Learning spaces in Smart Cities
• Sustainability in Smart Cities
• Smart Living through Computing
• Smart Interaction
• Globalization
• Contextualization
• Smart Community of Practice
• Adoption and Adaptation
• Strategy and Implementation


• Design Thinking
• Human-Centered Technology
• Information Design
• Interaction Design
• Creativity and Innovation
• Intelligent Design


• The Internet of Things (IoT)
• Big Data
• Crowd sensing
• Predictive Analysis
• Social Computing
• Citizen Apps
• Autonomous Vehicles
• Smart Traffic
• Urban Informatics
• Urban Computing
• Pervasive Computing
• Smart Technology
• Disappearing Computer
• Ubiquitous Computing

** Organizers **

• Eunice Sari, UX Indonesia and Aalto University
• Josh (Adi Tedjasaputra), UX Indonesia
• Masitah Ghazali, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
• Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Keio-NUS CUTE Center, National University of Singapore
• Henry Duh, University of Tasmania
• Artur Lugmayr, Curtin University
• Preben Hansen, Stockholm University
• Erica Hanson, Google