Out of India is a curated track at IndiaHCI 2020. Through this track, we aim to showcase some of the best HCI research done in India, which has been presented at premier international venues from September 2019 through October 2020. Over the years, IndiaHCI has been attracting a diverse set of attendees, including students, researchers, industry professionals, and start-ups. The 11th edition of IndiaHCI (IndiaHCI 2020) will be organized as a virtual conference. We are expecting an increase in the number of participants. This presents the authors from India an excellent opportunity to share their published work to a vast audience from India and abroad, socialize with the local HCI community and trigger new collaborations.
We look forward to your virtual participation and presentation at IndiaHCI 2020.
The authors do not need to submit their paper for the review process. Authors will be invited based on their prior record of publication that fulfills the criteria of this track. However, we do welcome suggestions. We request authors to write to us if they believe their prior publication will be a good addition to this track.
Presenting an Out of India Submission at IndiaHCI
- At least one author of the paper needs to register for the conference by the first week of October.
- Each presenting author is required to submit a recording of their presentation by 25th October. Since these papers are already published, the presenters can send us the links to their earlier presentations or submit a recorded presentation of 6 minutes.
- During the conference, the presenting author needs to join the Zoom session to present the paper, interact with the audience, and answer questions.
- Each paper will get 6 minutes for presentation followed by 1 minute for QnA.
List of papers
 Utilizing Participant Voice in Volunteer Training, CHI 2020
 GAZED– Gaze-guided Cinematic Editing of Wide-Angle Monocular Video Recordings, CHI 2020
 Menstrual (Im)Mobilities and Safe Spaces, CHI 2020
 It’s a girls thing’: examining challenges and opportunities around menstrual health education in India, TOCHI 2019
 “Like Shock Absorbers”: Understanding the Human Infrastructures of Technology-Mediated Mental Health Support, CHI 2020
 Sociocultural Dimensions of Tracking Health and Taking Care, CSCW 2020
 Making Chat at Home in the Hospital: Exploring Chat Use by Nurses, CHI 2020
 Diversifying Future-Making Through Itinerative Design, TOCHI 2019
 Eye Gaze Controlled Robotic Arm for Persons with Severe Speech and Motor Impairment, ETRA 2020
 FarmChat: A Conversational Agent to Answer Farmer Queries, UbiComp 2018
 Beyond Control: Enabling Smart Thermostats for Leakage Detection, UbiComp 2019
 FarSight: A Smartphone-based Vehicle Ranging System, UbiComp 2018
 Pedestrians and Visual Signs of Intent: Towards Expressive Autonomous Passenger Shuttles, UbiComp 2019
 MenstruLoss: Sensor For Menstrual Blood Loss Monitoring, UbiComp 2019
 Gesture-Based Auto-Completion of Handwritten Text, Mobile HCI 2019
 Photo-realistic emoticon generation using multi-modal input, IUI 2020
 Generating need-adapted multimodal fragments, IUI 2020
 Gathering garbage or going green?: shifting social perspectives to empower individuals with special needs, IDC 2020
 Gestatten: Estimation of User’s Attention in Mobile MOOCs From Eye Gaze and Gaze Gesture Tracking, EICS 2020
 ALT: Towards Automating Driver License Testing using Smartphones, SenSys 2019
 GesturePod: Enabling On-device Gesture-based Interaction for White Cane Users, UIST 2019
 Please Call the Specialism: Using WeChat to Support Patient Care in China, CHI 2020