Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI), Germany
(by 14 September 2018)
(by 12 October 2018)
|ACM / SIGCHI Member
1Note: Does not include a Banquet ticket.
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We have options for child care. As this is very specific to the age of the child, the languages spoken and the need, please drop us an email to email@example.com and we are happy to find a good solution. When you register yourself, you can also register children and/or a care giver (for yourself or for the child).
Children (10€) — registered children are welcome to attend any SUI event, including the Conference Banquet. No drink tickets will be included with child registration. You do not have to register your child, of course, but if you want to bring them to any of the events, they have to be formally registered so that they are covered by the ACM insurance.
Care Givers (40€) — this registration category is for people providing care to the conference attendees with impairments or to the children of Conference Banquet. It grants the person access to all SUI events except the Conference Banquet. No drink tickets will be included with the care giver registration. If you would like your care giver to attend the Banquet, you will be able to purchase an additional Banquet ticket when you register your care giver.
This year SUI will take place at the Park Inn By Radisson Alexanderplatz Berlin, Germany. Found in the heart of Berlin and just around 250m from this year's UIST conference located at the nearby Berlin Congress Center, the hotel offers picturesque views over the capital's skyline.
For our conference participants, 50 reservations have been made including a special offer, available until 14th September, 2018. Please ask for ACM SUI rates during the reservation process.
Change to stop of bus line “TXL”. Leave the bus at the station Hauptbahnhof. Take S-Bahn line S5 heading towards Strausberg Nord, S7 heading towards Ahrensfelde,Wartenberg or S9 heading towards Berlin-Schonefeld to Alexanderplatz station. Journey time approx. 30 min.
Change to Berlin-Schonefeld railway station. Take railway line RE7 heading towards Dessau and leave at Alexanderplatz station. Alternatively take S-Bahn line S9 heading towards Berlin-Pankow to station Berlin Ostkreuz and change there to line S7 heading towards Postdam Hbf and leave at Alexanderplatz station. Journey time approx. 40 min.
Take S-Bahn line S5 heading towards Strausberg Nord, S7 heading towards Ahrensfelde, Wartenberg or S9 heading towards Berlin-Schonefeld to Alexanderplatz station. Journey time approx. 7 min.
Address for navigation: Alexanderstraße 2, 10178 Berlin
Take the A114 motorway towards Berlin-Zentrum / Berlin-Pankow. Follow the B109 / Prenzlauer Allee and later the Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse towards the city center for about 7 kilometers. Turn left into Alexanderstrasse just before reaching Alexanderplatz square. The entrance to the parking garage is on the right just in front of the hotel.
Take the A100 to exit 20 Tempelhofer Damm and follow the B96 / Tempelhofer Damm towards Kreuzberg and later straight on Wilhelmstrasse. After approx. 3.2 km turn right into Kochstrasse. At the next crossing turn left into Friedrichstrasse and follow the road for about 1 kilometer. Then turn right into the boulevard Unter den Linden and continue along Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse. After another approx. 1.8 km turn right into Alexanderstrasse. The entrance to the public parking garage is on the right just in front of the hotel.
Take the A100 motorway towards Beusselstraße until the end and continue on Seestrasse. After about 2 km turn right into Mullerstraße. Follow the road straight on Chausseestrasse and Friedrichstrasse for about 3 km towards Berlin-Mitte. At the corner of Unter den Linden Boulevard turn left and continue along Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse. After another approx. 1.8 km turn right into Alexanderstrasse. The entrance to the parking garage is on the right just next to the hotel.
As in previous years accepted papers will be presented in a single conference track, divided in thematically grouped sessions, with 3-4 papers in each session. Each session has an associated session chair, who will announce the presenter and the work and will moderate the Q&A phase after each presentation. You can contact your session chair for particular questions concerning your presentation. Please come at least 15 minutes before your session begins to test your presentation.
The presentation time is 25+5 minutes for full papers and 12+3 minutes for short papers. Nevertheless, we recommend to keep your presentation a bit shorter and allow more time for Q&A.
The presentation setup consist of two screens - one on the left and one on the right hand side of the presenter. On both screens the same 1080p image will be projected. The projection screens are about 2m wide. For the presenter’s computer a standard HDMI and 3.5mm sound connection is available. A Windows-Laptop may be available upon request.Equipment:
More information about the Fast-Forward session will be available soon.
In recognition of Gary Marsden’s contributions and inspiration in HCI4D and support of HCI in the developing world, ACM SIGCHI established the Gary Marsden Student Development Fund in 2015. This fund is especially intended for sponsoring postgraduate students (Master or PhD degree) from and currently based in developing countries to attend SIGCHI (co)sponsored conferences as well as other HCI relevant conferences. In the last one year, 21 students were awarded by the fund. (More details)Deadlines: 15th of February, May, August and November.
The SIGCHI Student Travel Grant (SSTG) program is intended to enable students who lack other funding opportunities to attend SIGCHI-sponsored or co-sponsored conferences. This travel grant is intended to support students whose intention is to present at a SIGCHI-sponsored conference, not just attend. (More details)