[AISWorld] CFP - Cognitive, Affective, and Conversational HCI - AMCIS Mini-track

Ryan Schuetzler ryan at schuetzler.net
Thu Dec 21 16:54:15 EST 2017

*Call for Papers*

*AMCIS Mini-track on Cognitive, Affective, and Conversational HCI*
Americas Conference on Information Systems
New Orleans, LA
August 16-18, 2018

Understanding and adapting to the cognitive and affective states of users
can enable systems to interact more effectively, and creates new
possibilities for information systems. Emerging systems are able to
incorporate information from these sensors to create more humanlike
responses, to improve decision processes, and to gain a deeper
understanding of how the user is thinking or feeling.

The cross-disciplinary nature of the IS discipline and its unique ability
to view technology in novel ways gives it strong potential to make big
waves in this domain. We encourage full paper and research-in-progress
submissions ranging from exploratory to confirmatory work. All methods of
research are welcome, including design science, qualitative, empirical, and
theoretical research. Potential topics include, but are not limited to the

   - Affective or cognitive state detection
   - Conversational technology and interactions
   - HCI for credibility assessment
   - Novel use of biometric and behavioral sensors, including fMRI, eye
   tracking, heart rate, keystroke dynamics, and mouse tracking
   - Affective computing
   - Classification or prediction of affective or cognitive state
   - Visualization for affective and cognitive data
   - Barriers to effective user experience
   - Mobile factors

We encourage authors to not be limited by this list, but to seek to submit
research that describes or demonstrates innovative potential for cognitive
and affective information systems.

Questions or comments can be sent to CognitiveAffectiveHCI at gmail.com.


   - January 2018: System opens for general paper submissions
   - February 28, 2018: Deadline for paper submissions
   - April 17, 2018: Notification of initial decision on submitted papers

*Mini-track Chairs:*
Ryan Schuetzler, University of Nebraska at Omaha, rschuetzler at unomaha.edu
Nathan Twyman, Missouri University of Science & Technology, ntwyman at mst.edu
Jeffrey Proudfoot, Bentley University, jproudfoot at bentley.edu
Mark Grimes, University of Houston, gmgrimes at bauer.uh.edu
<gmgrimes at houston.edu>

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