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CHIuXiD 2019 (Jakarta, Indonesia)
April 1 - April 9IDR3750000
CHIuXiD 2019 – pronounced ‘kai-u-x-i-d’ – is the 5th International ACM In-Cooperation Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and User Experience (UX) Conference. The conference facilitates leaders, experts, academics, and professionals from Indonesia, Southeast Asia and beyond to gather, share, and collaborate on the latest HCI and UX insights in diverse vertical industries.
Continuing the success of previous conferences, this year’s theme of Empowering Digital Transformation” has attracted participation, support and contributions from international communities and organizations, such as: Indonesia ACM SIGCHI Chapter, Perkumpulan Interaksi Digital Indonesia (PIDI) or Digital Interaction Association of Indonesia, UX Indonesia (Indonesia and Australia), Binus University, Ciputra University, Interaction Design Foundation, Mozilla, and several others.
The unique and inclusive multi-city international conference will be held from 1-9 April 2019 in Bali, Jakarta, and Surabaya, incorporating diverse programs, including: Keynotes, Paper Presentations, Workshops, Community Outreach, and Hacksprint.
About the organizer of CHIuXiD 2019:
SIGCHI Local Chapters help the ACM SIGCHI community to promote and advance human-computer interaction locally and around the globe. For the developing parts of the world, Local Chapters often serve as the first front to promote HCI education, research and practice in the region. SIGCHI Local Chapters are unique in building bridges between academics, practitioners and students in the field of HCI.
There are 50 SIGCHI Local Chapters on 6 continents, in over 30 countries, impacting over 4,000 chapter members. While each chapter has its own unique approach, the professional and student chapters organize meetings, offer presentations from invited speakers, networking opportunities, discussion forums, job boards, and other special events year-round. Many chapters host their own local conferences and hold contests for HCI students.