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UIST 2009 Details

UIST 2009 was held from October 4-7 in Victoria, Canada.

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Committee

General Chair

Andrew Wilson

Program Chair

François Guimbretière

Treasurer

Brian Myers

Poster Chairs

Dan Morris

Steve Voida

Sponsorship Chair

Ravin Balakrishnan

Demo Chairs

Xiang Cao

Pierre Dragicevic

Proceedings Chairs

Daniel Avrahami

Clifton Forlines

Doctoral Symposium Chair

Steven Feiner

Student Innovation Contest Chair

Chris Harrison

Student Volunteer Chairs

Saleema Amershi

Kevin Li

Registration Chairs

Krzysztof Gajos

Tessa Lau

Keynote Chair

Shahram Izadi

Publicity Chair

Rafael Tico Ballagas

Local Arrangements Chair

Colin Swindells

Program Committee

Caroline Appert, Université Paris-Sud

Thomas BaudelI, LOG, an IBM Company

Patrick Baudisch, Hasso Plattner Institute

Ed Chi, PARC

Andy Cockburn, University of Canterbury

Dan Cosley, Cornell University

Alan Dix, Lancaster University

Jean Daniel Fekete, INRIA

Krzysztof Gajos, Harvard University

Tovi Grossman, Autodesk Research

Bjoern Hartmann, Stanford University

Jeff Heer, Stanford University

Jason Hong, CMU

Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research

Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Rob Jacob, Tufts University

Joe Marks, The Walt Disney Company

Rob Miller, MIT

Ken Perlin, NYU

Jun Rekimoto, Sony CSL

Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab

m.c. schraefel, University of Southampton

Abi Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Desney Tan, Microsoft Research

Michael Terry, University of Waterloo

Dan Weld, University of Washington

Jacob Wobbrock, University of Washington

Doctoral Symposium Committee

Patrick Baudisch, Hasso Plattner Institute

Kellogg Booth, University of British Columbia

Steven Feiner (chair), Columbia University

Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary

Wendy Mackay, INRIA Futurs

Attendance

Attendance data is not available for UIST 2009

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