ICMI2020 25-29 October

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4TU Humans & Technology co-sponsored the 22th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI2020), held virtually 25-29 Oct 2020, the Netherlands. ICMI is the premier international forum for multidisciplinary research on multimodal human-human and human-computer interaction, interfaces, and system development. Quite some 4TU-H&T members were involved in the organization of this conference acting as General Chairs, the Local Chairs, the Virtual Chais and the Doctoral Consortium Chair. 

This year, we had a record number of submissions and registrations: 65 long and 19 short papers were accepted, and 400 people registered for the conference (300 registered for the full conference, 100 workshops-only). In addition, the conference included 4 keynotes, a doctoral consortium, tutorial, and a Grand Challenge. Despite the challenges in organizing and attending virtual conferences, the conference went well and people enjoyed the talks and discussions. See the link to the ICMI2020 conference website: http://icmi.acm.org/2020/ .

One of the workshops that arose from the H&T Center was the workshop offered by Catharine Oertel and Hayley Hung and the rest of the organizing team.

The workshop: Insights into Group and Team Dynamics was held on 25th October 2020.

As part of ongoing initiative to bring humans and technology research on groups and teams, the workshop on Insights into Group and Team Dynamics was organised at ICMI2020 .The workshop accepted short and long paper submissions with a review process where both computer scientists as well as social scientists were asked to comment on the submitted papers. In the end there was a packed schedule consisting of 7 oral presentations and 2 keynote talks– one from each discipline. There were lively discussions with roughly 30 participants in attendance throughout the day. In conjunction with this workshop, and also for the first time, an event was organised at the INGroup virtual conference (held later in the year than usual due to the pandemic) where highlights from the workshop were disseminated to group scholars. For more info on the workshop check :http://geeksngroupies.ewi.tudelft.nl/icmi2020/

ICMI2020 25-29 October

4TU Humans & Technology co-sponsored the 22th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI2020), held virtually 25-29 Oct 2020, the Netherlands. ICMI is the premier international forum for multidisciplinary research on multimodal human-human and human-computer interaction, interfaces, and system development. Quite some 4TU-H&T members were involved in the organization of this conference acting as General Chairs, the Local Chairs, the Virtual Chais and the Doctoral Consortium Chair. 

This year, we had a record number of submissions and registrations: 65 long and 19 short papers were accepted, and 400 people registered for the conference (300 registered for the full conference, 100 workshops-only). In addition, the conference included 4 keynotes, a doctoral consortium, tutorial, and a Grand Challenge. Despite the challenges in organizing and attending virtual conferences, the conference went well and people enjoyed the talks and discussions. See the link to the ICMI2020 conference website: http://icmi.acm.org/2020/ .

One of the workshops that arose from the H&T Center was the workshop offered by Catharine Oertel and Hayley Hung and the rest of the organizing team.

The workshop: Insights into Group and Team Dynamics was held on 25th October 2020.

As part of ongoing initiative to bring humans and technology research on groups and teams, the workshop on Insights into Group and Team Dynamics was organised at ICMI2020 .The workshop accepted short and long paper submissions with a review process where both computer scientists as well as social scientists were asked to comment on the submitted papers. In the end there was a packed schedule consisting of 7 oral presentations and 2 keynote talks– one from each discipline. There were lively discussions with roughly 30 participants in attendance throughout the day. In conjunction with this workshop, and also for the first time, an event was organised at the INGroup virtual conference (held later in the year than usual due to the pandemic) where highlights from the workshop were disseminated to group scholars. For more info on the workshop check :http://geeksngroupies.ewi.tudelft.nl/icmi2020/