Michigan @ CHI

UMSI researchers recognized with 3 Best Paper awards at 2019 CHI Conference

University of Michigan School of Information faculty and PhD students have earned three Best Paper and five Honorable Mention designations at the 2019 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 

Best Paper awards go to the top one percent of accepted papers at ACM CHI, the premiere international conference on Human-Computer Interaction. This year’s conference takes place May 4-9 in Glasgow, Scotland. The theme is "Weaving the Threads of CHI." 

Best Paper winners: 

“Online grocery delivery services: An opportunity to address food disparities in transportation-scarce areas,” by assistant professor Tawanna R Dillahunt and PhD student Sylvia Simioni. U-M LS&A student Xuecong Xu is also an author on this study.

“Increasing the Transparency of Research Papers with Explorable Multiverse Analyses,” by assistant professor Matthew Kay and graduate assistant Abhraneel Sarma. Fanny Chevalier, Pierre Dragicevic and Yvonne Jansen are also authors on the study.

“AffinityLens: Data-Assisted Affinity Diagramming with Augmented Reality,” by PhD student Hariharan Subramonyam, and associate professor Eytan Adar. Steven Drucker of Microsoft is also an author on this study.

Honorable mention papers:

“’My blood sugar is higher on the weekends’: Finding a Role for Context and Context-Awareness in the Design of Health Self-Management Technology,” by Shriti Raj, Kelsey Toporski, Ashley Garrity, Joyce Lee and Mark W. Newman.

“Implementing Multi-Touch Gestures with Touch Groups and Cross Events,” by Steve Oney, Rebecca Krosnick, Joel Brandt and Brad Myers.

“What Happens After Disclosing Stigmatized Experiences on Identified Social Media: Individual, Dyadic, and Social/Network Outcomes,” by Nazanin Andalibi.

“What is Mixed Reality?” by Maximilian Speicher, Brian D. Hall, Michael Nebeling.

“Put Your Warning Where Your Link Is: Improving and Evaluating Email Phishing Warnings,” By Justin Petelka, Yixin Zou and Florian Schaub.

In total, UMSI faculty and students have had 32 research papers accepted, which will be presented over the five days of the conference in May. 

As usual, faculty, alumni and current students from the University of Michigan will have a significant presence at CHI 2019, presenting papers and on panels, organizing and conducting workshops, teaching courses and competing in a student design competition.

This page is a compendium of all known U-M participants and is updated continually leading up to and during the conference.

U-M faculty/students are listed in bold

Papers

Monday, May 6

11:00 – 12:20
Development of a Checklist for the Prevention of Intradialytic Hypotension in Hemodialysis Care: Design Considerations Based on Activity Theory
Pei-Yi Kuo, Rajiv Saran,  Marissa Argentina, Michael Heung, Jennifer L. Bragg-Gresham, Dinesh Chatoth, Brenda Gillespie, Sarah Krein, Rebecca Wingard, Kai Zheng, Tiffany C. Veinot 

11:00-12:20
HONORABLE MENTION
What Happens After Disclosing Stigmatized Experiences on Identified Social Media: Individual, Dyadic, and Social/Network Outcomes
Nazanin Andalibi 

14:00-15:20
BEST PAPER
“Affinity Lens: Data-Assisted Affinity Diagramming with Augmented Reality” 
Hariharan Subramonyam, Steven M. Drucker, Eytan Adar

16:00 – 17:20
HONORABLE MENTION
“‘My blood sugar is higher on the weekends’: Finding a Role for Context and Context-Awareness in the Design of Health Self-Management Technology”
Shriti Raj, Kelsey Toporski, Ashley Garrity, Joyce M. Lee, Mark W. Newman. 

16:00 – 17:20
“Vocal Shortcuts for Creative Experts”
Yea-Seul Kim, Mira Dontcheva, Eytan Adar, Jessica Hullman

16:00 – 17:20
BEST PAPER
“Online Grocery Delivery Services: An Opportunity to Address Food Disparities in Transportation-Scarce Areas”
Tawanna R. Dillahunt, Sylvia Simioni, Xuecong Xu

16:00 – 17:20
BEST PAPER
"Increasing the Transparency of Research Papers with Explorable Multiverse Analyses"
Pierre Dragicevic, Yvonne Jansen, Abhraneel Sarma, Matthew Kay, Fanny Chevalier 

Tuesday, May 7

9:00 – 10:20 
Making Well-Being: Exploring the Role of Makerspaces in Long Term Care Facilities
Kayla Carucci, Kentaro Toyama

11:00 – 12:20 
Breakdowns in Home-School Collaboration for Behavioral Intervention
Gabriela Marcu, Allison Spiller, Jonathan Arevalo Garay, James E. Connell, Laura R. Pina  

11:00 – 12:20 
DreamGigs: Designing a Tool to Empower Low-resource Job Seekers
Tawanna R. Dillahunt, Alex Lu

11:00 – 12:20
BEST PAPER
Project Sidewalk: A Web-based Crowdsourcing Tool for Collecting Sidewalk Accessibility Data At Scale
Manaswi Saha, Michael Saugstad, Hanuma Teja Maddali, Aileen Zeng, Ryan Holland, Steven Bower, Aditya Dash, Sage Chen, Anthony Li, Kotaro Hara, Jon Froehlich   

11:00 – 12:20 
Understanding Trust, Transportation, and Accessibility through Ridesharing
Robin N. Brewer, Vaishnav Kameswaran

14:00 – 15:20 
Towards an Effective Digital Literacy Intervention to Assist Returning Citizens with Job Search
Ihudiya Finda Ogbonnaya-Ogburu, Kentaro Toyama, Tawanna Dillahunt

14:00 – 15:20 
Design and Evaluation of Service Robot's Proactivity in Decision-Making Support Process
Zhenhui Peng, Yunhwan Kwon, Jiaan Lu, Ziming Wu, Xiaojuan Ma 

14:00 – 15:20 
Supporting Coping with Parkinson’s Disease Through Self Tracking  
Sonali R. Mishra, Predrag Klasnja, John MacDuffie Woodburn, Eric Hekler, Larsson Omberg, Michael Kellen, Lara Mangravite 

16:00 – 17:20 
HONORABLE MENTION
Implementing Multi-Touch Gestures with Touch Groups and Cross Events
Steve Oney, Rebecca Krosnick,  Joel Brandt, Brad Myers


16:00 – 17:20 
You ’Might’ Be Affected: An Empirical Analysis of Usability Issues in Data Breach Notification 
Yixin Zou, Shawn Danino, Kaiwen Sun, Florian Schaub 

Wednesday, May 8

9:00 – 10:20
(alt.chi) Digital Silence and Liberating Stories: During a Student-Driven Movement
Nova Ahmed, Zareen Tasnim, Jasmine Jones

9:00 – 10:20 
HONORABLE MENTION 
What is Mixed Reality?
Maximilian Speicher, Brian D. Hall, Michael Nebeling 

9:00 – 10:20 
It’s My Data! Tensions Among Stakeholders of a Learning Analytics Dashboard
Kaiwen Sun, Abraham H. Mhaidli, Sonakshi Watel, Christopher Brooks, Florian Schaub

11:00 – 12:20  
HONORABLE MENTION
Put Your Warning Where Your Link Is: Improving and Evaluating Email Phishing Warnings
Justin Petelka, Yixin Zou, Florian Schaub

11:00 – 12:20 
Impulse Buying: Design Practices and Consumer Needs
Carol Moser, Sarita Y. Schoenebeck, Paul Resnick

14:00 – 15:20 
Cooperativism and Human-Computer Interaction
Anton Fedosov, Airi Lampinen, Tawanna Dillahunt, Ann Light, Coye Cheshire

16:00 – 17:20 
On the Usability of HTTPS Deployment
Matthew Bernhard, Jonathan Sharman, Claudia Ziegler Acemyan, Philip Kortum,  Dan S. Wallach, J. Alex Halderman

16:00 – 17:20 
360proto: Making Interactive Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality Prototypes from Paper
Michael Nebeling, Katy Madier

Thursday, May 9

11:00 – 12:20
Getting There: Barriers and Facilitators to Transportation Access in Underserved Communities
Tawanna R. Dillahunt, Tiffany C. Veinot

11:00 – 12:20  
Some Prior(s) Experience Necessary: Templates for Getting Started with Bayesian Analysis 
Chanda Phelan, Jessica Hullman, Matthew Kay, Paul Resnick

14:00 – 15:20 
Rumors and Collective Sensemaking: Managing Ambiguity in a Semi-formal Marketplace
Priyank Chandra, Joyojeet Pal 

14:00 – 15:20 
User Attitudes towards Algorithmic Opacity and Transparency in Online Reviewing Platformsland.info
Motahhare Eslami, Kristen Vaccaro, Min Kyung Lee,  Amit Elazari Bar On, Eric Gilbert, Karrie Karahalios  

14:00 – 15:20 
Decision-Making Under Uncertainty in Research Synthesis: Designing for the Garden of Forking Paths
Alex Kale, Matthew Kay, Jessica Hullman  

14:00 – 15:20 
Social Support, Reciprocity, and Anonymity in Responses to Sexual Abuse Disclosures on Social Media
Nazanin Andalibi, Oliver Haimson, Munmun De Choudhury, Andrea Forte 

14:00 – 15:20 
Responding to Sensitive Disclosures on Social Media: A Decision Making Framework
Nazanin Andalibi, Andrea Forte

Posters

May 7

10:20 – 11:00, 15:20 – 16:00
Opportunities for In-Home Augmented Reality Guidance
Jaylin Herskovitz, Eyal Ofek, Walter S. Lasecki, Adam Fo

Land.Info: Interactive 3D Visualization for Public Space Design Ideation in Neighborhood Planning
Saebom Kwon, Mark Lindquist, Shannon Sylte, Gwen Gell, Ayush Awadhiya, Kidus Ayalneh Admassu

iGYM: A Wheelchair-Accessible Interactive Floor Projection System for Co-located Physical Play
Roland Graf, Sun Young Park, Emma Shpiz, Hun Seok Kim

May 8 

10:20 – 11:00, 15:20-16:00
Designing for Preregistration: A User-Centered Perspective
Xiaoying Pu, Licheng Zhu, Matthew Kay, Frederick Conrad 

Workshops/Courses/Panels/Exhibits/Interactivities

May 5

Workshop: The Future of Work
Siân Lindley, Noopur Raval Hamed S. Alavi, Silvia Lindtner, Ding Wang 

Workshop: Sensitive Research, Practice, and Design in HCI
Stevie Chancellor, Nazanin Andalibi, Lindsay Blackwell, David Nemer, Wendy Moncur

Workshop: Computational Modeling in Human-Computer Interaction
Nikola Banovic, Antti Oulasvirta, Per Ola Kristensson

May 6 - 9

Interactivity: Multimodal Representation of Complex Spatial Data
Hrishikesh Rao, Sile O'Modhrain

May 7

9:00 – 12:20
Course: Rapid Prototyping of Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Interfaces
Michael Nebeling

May 8

Course: Computational Interaction with Bayesian Methods 
Per Ola Kristensson, Nikola Banovic, Antti Oulasvirta, John Williamson 

Panel: Moving Beyond The Great Screen Time Debate in the Design of Technology for Children
Alexis Hiniker, Jenny S. Radesky, Sonia Livingstone, Alicia Blum-Ross

SIG: Queer(ing) HCI: Moving Forward in Theory and Practice
Katta Spiel, Os Keyes, Ashley Marie Walker, Michael A. DeVito, Jeremy Birnholtz, Emeline Brulé, Ann Light,  Pinar Barlas, Jean Hardy, Alex Ahmed, Jennifer A. Rode, Jed R. Brubaker, Gopinaath Kannabiran

Student Design Competition Finalists

Shadoji: View Body Shapes from a Different Angle
Xuan Jin, Peipei Nie, Xizi Wang, Zhuo Wang, Chunying Zhang