The technical program - the main portion of the conference - runs from Monday through Thursday. We also invite you to explore the pre-conference courses and workshops that are offered on Saturday and Sunday (note that workshop attendance is limited to those who have approval from the workshop organizers).
Posters will be featured during the extended coffee break sessions. Work In Progress posters featured during the Tuesday morning coffee break will be available for viewing throughout Monday and Tuesday, and Work In Progress posters featured during the Wednesday morning coffee break will be available for viewing throughout the day Wednesday and Thursday. Posters from the Student Research Competition, Student Design Competition, Doctoral Consortium, and Workshops will be available for viewing throughout the conference, and will be featured during the Thursday morning coffee break. Interactivity demos will be shown Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:30 - 6:00, as well as during the conference reception on Monday evening.
|8.15 AM - 9.00 AM||CHI Madness: A fast-paced concatenation of 25-second previews for all papers, notes, and case studies of the day|
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Technology for Museums
Eek! A Mouse!
New Mobile Interactions
Security and Privacy
Web Searching and Browsing
Social Software in Office
New Technologies and Interactions
Student Research Competition
User Experience Evaluation – Do You Know Which Method to Use?
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Tabletops and Single Display Groupware
Designing for Collaboration
Studying Intelligent Systems
Systems for Children
New Input Modalities
Reflecting on Design
Experience With Software and System Development and Evaluation
Student Design Competition
Research Ethics in the Facebook Era: privacy, anonymity and the IRB
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Computer Mediated Communication 2
Method in the Madness
API Usability: CHI’2009 Special Interest Group Meeting
4.30 PM - 6:00 PM
Closing Plenary: Kees Overbeeke, Eindhoven University of Technology, "Dreaming of the Impossible"