The DUB doctoral colloquium is a unique opportunity for PhD students to present their key ideas to a diverse HCI audience, and to receive high-quality feedback from their peers and participating DUB faculty. Lively discussions, insights and novel ideas, and new opportunities for cooperation between research groups may emerge from your participation.
PhD students and candidates are invited to present and discuss their work-in-progress or preliminary results in HCI fields at the doctoral colloquium. PhD students and candidates at mid-to late-stages (i.e., third year and above) of their PhD work are invited to submit.
We suggest that all submissions include the following aspects:
Student submissions must be at most 6 pages long, excluding references. Submissions are required to follow the CHI Extended Abstract Format. We suggest using the six aspects listed above as section headings. If you wish to diverge from this outline, make sure that the six aspects come out clearly in your submission. A subset of submissions from past participants can be found at this link.
We will aim to choose participants representing the diversity of participation in DUB, and we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive colloquium that provides equal access and opportunity for applicants of all racial, ethnic, religious, sexual, gender, cultural, and disability identities.
The final aspect listed, 2-3 specific questions, will help guide the feedback your assigned panelist provides to ensure that you get the most out of the colloquium. The feedback you get will not likely be limited to those questions. Example questions include “How do I cater my research to an academic/industry audience?” or “How should I narrow my research statement so that my contribution is more clear?”. The more specific these questions are, the more productive the feedback is likely to be.
We will be making submissions by previous participants to the DUB DC available on the website as examples.
Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are due
April 6th April 10th, 2018 at 5pm. Notification of acceptance is expected by April 20th, 2018.
The DUB doctoral colloquium will be held on Friday, May 11th, 2018 from noon to 5pm in the HUB. Barring major conflicts (e.g., mandatory class or appointments), students are expected to attend for the entire event. Lunch will be provided. There will be a post-colloquium happy hour after the event.
Participants will each be given a 20-minute time slot for both their presentation and feedback from the panel. Participants may choose how to split their time, but past presentations have normally been 12-15 minutes; participants are encouraged to keep their presentations short so that enough time is left for insightful feedback. The format might be slightly adjusted based on the quantity and diversity of submissions.
The confirmed panelists are:
The HUB is accessible by wheelchair. CART and ASL interpretation is available for this event. To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 (voice), 206-543-6452 (TTY), 206-685-7264 (fax), or email@example.com.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have about the event or submitting to it.
We’re looking forward to your submissions!
- Dharma Dailey, Shefali Haldar, Ravi Karkar, Alex Mariakakis, Sonali R. Mishra, and Aditya Vashistha
April 6th April 10th, 2018 at 5pm
Notification: April 20th, 2018
Event: May 11th, 2018