Doctoral Colloquium

Call for participation

The NordiCHI 2020 doctoral colloquium is a full day session taking place on Sunday, 25th October 2020. It is intended for doctoral students working in the broad field of Human-Computer Interaction.

The doctoral colloquium is an opportunity to present issues of concern relating to doctoral studies, meet fellow doctoral students, and get extensive feedback from the chairs and other participants. It is primarily intended for students in the middle of their studies (you have started your study and already done some work, but it is not too late to make changes based on feedback).

We especially welcome submissions that address trends within HCI in the perspective of the conference theme: shaping experiences, shaping society.

Important Dates

May 11th '20

Doctoral Colloquium Papers
Submission deadline for doctoral colloquium papers


May 25th '20

Notifications
Notifications regarding doctoral colloquium papers sent to all authors

Submission details

Online Submission

PCS (opening on February 20th)

Template

ACM template and publication workflow instructions

Submission format

Submissions must have the following components:

Doctoral colloquium paper

Doctoral colloquium papers are 3–4 pages long, excluding references.

Curriculum vitae

You are required to send your academic resumé with a list of publications.

Support letter

You are required to send a letter of recommendation signed by your supervisor.

Selection process

Doctoral colloquium papers will be juried.

Participation

Authors of accepted papers must participate in the doctoral consortium, and register for the NordiCHI 2020 conference.

Participants will be asked to read two other submissions and should be prepared to give feedback to those students during the consortium.

Questions?

doctoral-colloquium@nordichi2020.org

We hope you will join us in Tallinn in October 2020!

Doctoral colloquium chairs:
Anirudha Joshi (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)
Virpi Roto (Aalto University)
Tone Bratteteig (University of Oslo)
Dag Svanaes (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)