UBT research at ACM CHI'23
The ACM Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CHI) is the largest and most impactful conference in our field. This year, CHI'23 was a short trip for us, as it took place in Germany for the first time in its history - in Hamburg! Between our group and the Serious Games group, UBT researchers contributed to this conference with the following papers and events.
- Hai Dang presented the paper "Choice Over Control: How Users Write with Large Language Models using Diegetic and Non-Diegetic Prompting" (paper) and helped to run the conference as a Student Volunteer (SV).
- Florian Lehmann presented his research on "Mixed-Initiative Interaction with Computational Generative Systems" at the CHI'23 Doctoral Consortium (paper), where PhD students get feedback from an international group of experts.
- Florian Fischer presented the paper "Optimal Feedback Control for Modeling Human-Computer Interaction" (invited TOCHI journal article).
- Florian Fischer, Arthur Fleig, Markus Klar and Viktorija Paneva participated in the workshop on the "Future of Computational Approaches for Understanding & Adapting User Interfaces" (website).
- Daniel Buschek co-organised the course "Introduction to Authentication using Behavioral Biometrics" (paper, website).
Collaborations with UBT (co-)authors:
- Maurice Jakesch (Cornell) presented the paper "Co-Writing with Opinionated Language Models Affects Users' Views" (paper).
- Beat Rossmy (LMU Munich) presented the paper "Point of no Undo: Irreversible Interactions as a Design Strategy" (paper).
- Both these collaborations received a "Best Paper Honorable Mention Award"!