The goal of Doctoral Consortium track is to provide an engaging and friendly environment, in the form of a forum, for students to present their work and receive constructive feedback from other researchers in the field of HCI. We welcome students at various stages of their research, i.e., early doctoral students, to submit and present their work, discussing their research motivation, goals, methods, results, expected novelty and impact at an early stage in their research. It is a unique opportunity on one hand for self-development, by exchanging with other peers and distinguished researchers in their field embracing the importance of innovation and scientific value, and on the other hand for building an effective network with other researchers in the HCI community.
In addition, CHIGreece 2023 track provides students a mentorship channel, offering an opportunity to explore and develop their research interests under the guidance of senior researchers relevant to their research field.
Accepted papers will be listed in the CHIGreece 2023 final program and published by ACM and will be available via the ACM Digital Library.
Guidelines for the accepted submissions and presentation
More specific information for the camera-ready content, presentation and publication will be available soon.
At this stage, students are asked to prepare/ structure their submission by adhering to the guidelines below:
- Research Title
- Name of the Doctoral Researcher and affiliation, and name and affiliation of their supervisor
- A small paragraph describing their background, research programme, stage of research, etc.
- The problem being addressed
- Motivation outlining the relevance of the problem and referring to related (state of the art) work
- The main research objectives/ contributions in the related research field
- Reference to potential innovation, application and advancement of the related state-of-the-art
- Outline of the proposed methodological approach that will help to achieve the aforementioned research objectives
- Reference to implementation approach, setting and technologies
- Reference to experimentational design, evaluation criteria, sample and data to be used (or preliminary results)
- Indicate expected impact and added value
- The progress made to date as well as the plan for further research and open questions for discussion
Each author of an accepted paper will present orally his/her contribution and will be assigned to a senior researcher as mentor, to discuss and get more thorough feedback during the days of the conference.
If you have any question, please write an email to the Doctoral Consortium co-chairs and in cc. email@example.com:
- Katerina Elraheb, Athena Research Center, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Anastasios Theodoropoulos, University of Peloponnese, email: email@example.com