The HCI and Sustainability Community
40 members (19 participants, 21 affiliates)
Call for Papers
ACM LIMITS 2017
Third Workshop on Computing within LIMITS
June 22-24, 2017
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
The ACM LIMITS workshop aims to foster discussion on the impact of present and future ecological, material, energetic, and societal limits on computing. These topics are seldom discussed in contemporary computing research. A key aim of the workshop is to promote innovative, concrete research, potentially of an interdisciplinary nature, that focuses on technologies, critiques, techniques, and contexts for computing within fundamental economic and ecological limits. A longer-term goal is to build a community around relevant topics and research. We hope to impact society through the design and development of computing systems in the abundant present for use in a future of limits.
Paper submission deadline: March 1, 2017
Paper reviews available: March 19, 2017
Camera-ready paper deadline: April 10, 2017
Bonnie Nardi, UC Irvine, email@example.com, Workshop Co-Chair
Bill Tomlinson, UC Irvine, firstname.lastname@example.org, Workshop Co-Chair
For more information, please visit: http://acmlimits.org/2017/
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The ACM SIG CHI “HCI & Sustainability Community” serves academics, designers, and industry professionals working at the intersections of human computer interaction and sustainability. This is a community for those who are interested in issues of sustainability—critically reflecting on the possibilities and implications of our design and use of interactive technologies. The community leverages ACM supported mechanisms (basic website and voting mechanism ) to support interested individuals in networking, sharing ideas and strengthening the breadth and depth of research and practice in this area. A key goal of the community is to raise awareness of the broad range of HCI & Sustainability initiatives in the SIGCHI community at large and to coordinate with other conferences, forums and groups engaged in inquiry into HCI and sustainability topics.
Chair: Dr Chris Preist
Community Liaison: Dr Oliver Bates