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Conference Registration

Conference registration includes the main conference from March 29 to April 1, 2015, with keynotes, paper presentations, posters, demos, a reception, and a banquet.
registration type
Until Feb 27
Feb 27 - Mar  20
Mar 20 to Onsite
Regular $800 $900 $950
Member (ACM/SIGCHI/SIGAI/AAAI) $700 $800 $850
Student $400 $500 $550

Workshop / Tutorial Registration

Workshop/Tutorial registration include workshops and tutorials on March 29, 2015 and the afternoon of April 1, 2015.
registration type
Until Feb 27
Feb 27 - Mar  20
Mar 20 to Onsite
Regular $200 $250 $250
Member (ACM/SIGCHI/SIGAI/AAAI) $150 $200 $200
Student $100 $125 $125

Hotel & Venue

Loews Atlanta Hotel (view map) is both the conference hotel and the venue of ACM IUI 2015. We have reserved a block of rooms at discounted rates.

Room Type Discounted Rate
Superior King $189
Superior 2 Double Beds $189
You will enjoy
  • Complimentary basic Internet access in your guest room
  • Complimentary access to the luxurious Exhale Fitness Center (in Loews' building)
  • 20% discount on valet and self parking

A new luxury mixed-use development spanning four city blocks in Midtown Atlanta. Located at 1065 Peachtree Street, Loews Atlanta Hotel has 414 luxurious guestrooms, 24,000 square feet of flexible function space, Fitness center and spa services, and Signature restaurant and lobby bar. Loews Atlanta Hotel offers easy access to the city’s Fortune 500 corporations, leading law firms and world-renowned cultural and arts venues such as the Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum and the legendary Fox Theatre.

Loews Atlanta Hotel
1065 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Phone: +1 (404) 745-5000
Fax: +1 (404) 745-5001
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Courtesy of Loews Atalanta Hotel

There are a variety of nice restaurants and attraction sites that can be reached by a few minutes walk nearby Loews Atlanta Hotel. Check out the restaurant and attractions guide and the map below for more information.

Download Restaurant and Attractions Guide

Student Travel Grant

Due: Feb 16, 2015

Decision: by Feb 25, 2015

Following the tradition of previous years, we will offer student participation support provided by SIGAI and the NSF to attend the IUI Conference. This support is in the form of a small stipend to cover registration fee and partially cover the costs of travel and living expenses while attending the conference. The students will be reimbursed for their expenses after the conference.

The objective of IUI's student support is to encourage students interested in subjects related to Intelligent User Interfaces to become active members of the IUI community. To apply, the student should be actively enrolled as a student in an academic institution. Priority will be given to students who are first authors of accepted papers and to participants in the doctoral consortium. Recipients of the stipend are also expected to help the conference organization as student volunteers. The level of support will be determined by the availability of funds and the number of eligible applications.

The application should include:
  • Full name
  • Email address
  • The school you are attending, your major, and the country in which the school resides.
  • If you present at the conference, please provide the title of the submission and its type (e.g., research paper, doctoral consortium, demo)
  • A short statement describing your research interests and how you wish to benefit from attending this conference
  • The location you are flying from and the cost for your airfare, as determined by the availability of low-cost economy fares for travel to the conference. Please describe any other expenses you expect to accrue, but do not include registration and housing costs, as they are similar for all students
  • A letter of recommendation from your advisor is desirable, but not necessary

Please email your application to the Student Awards Co-Chairs at

Student awardees:

Gaurav Trivedi University of pittsburgh
Germaine Irwin University of Maryland at Baltimore County
Hee-Tae Jung University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Katie Wolf Princeton University
Sanorita Dey University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Xuan Guo Rochester Institute of Technology
Yong Zheng Depaul University
David Filipe Ribeiro da Costa Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa
Enamul Hoque Prince University of British Columbia
Huaming Rao Nanjing University
Kathrin Pollmann University of Stuttgart
Marcio Cunha Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Philipp Eichmann Brown University
Nigel Bosch University of Notre Dame
Iftekhar Tanveer University of Rochester
Preeti Bhargava University Maryland College Park
Yi Yang Northwestern University

Visa Support Letters

If you need a visa to attend ACM IUI 2015, please send your request for a letter in support of a visa application to the ACM headquarters at and include:

  • Your name as it appears on your passport
  • Your current postal mailing address
  • That you wish to attend ACM IUI 2015
  • Your ACM IUI 2015 registration confirmation number
  • If you have had a paper accepted, the title of your paper and whether you are a "co-author" or "sole author”
Please note visa support letters are issued via email by PDF and the original is mailed to your current postal address. The above information can also be found on ACM's webpage

Travel Info

By MARTA (Subway)

There are many ways to travel from the airport to Loews Hotel and back thanks to Atlanta's convenient public transportation system. The most affordable way to get to the conference venue is to take MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority). After arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, you can take either the red or the gold line at the MARTA station inside the airport going towards northbound, and get off at midtown station. After that, you can go toward 10th St NE, heading east, then left onto Peachtree St NE. Loews hotel will be only a block away from that point. MARTA's route and schedule information can be found here.

By Taxi

Taxi is another convenient way of getting from the airport to the conference venue. Going to midtown area from the airport is about $34. More information about Atlanta checker cab rate can be found here.

About Atlanta

Atlanta gleams amid glass and steel towers, but the heart of the South’s largest city is its people. Visitors are likely to be greeted with a big helping of “How y’all doing” hospitality. Atlanta may have birthed “Gone with the Wind,” yet today’s big, bustling city is more New South than old. This diverse population of 4 million residents is decidedly youthful – younger than the U.S. population and more racially diverse. You’re more than likely to meet people who came for a weekend and decided to stay a lifetime.

Atlanta began as a railroad terminus. It’s still a transportation hub, but with a 21st-century, global approach. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world with direct, nonstop service to more than 155 U.S. destinations – 80 percent of those within a two-hour flight – and more than 75 international destinations in 50 countries. With MARTA located inside the airport, visitors can roll into town without a car.

Centennial Olympic Park, the heart of Downtown’s tourist hub, is marked by playful fountains that draw visitors to its core. Attractions abound at Pemberton Place with the popular Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, and opening this year, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Sports fans congregate here to visit the College Football Hall of Fame, opening Labor Day weekend, and to ”Rise Up” for the NFL Falcons at the Georgia Dome, NBA Hawks and WNBA Dream at Philips Arena, and the MLB Braves at Turner Field.

The city’s rich history comes to life in Sweet Auburn, once the richest black community in America. The area is a mecca for civil rights travelers visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Ebenezer Baptist Church.

In Atlanta, chef-run restaurants dish up modern American cuisine in strikingly beautiful spaces. Among the cutting edge eateries are plenty of cozy diners, cafés and bistros. The ethnic mom-and-pop restaurants along Buford Highway offer menus with little English and lots of flavor.

Beyond the city’s core, Atlanta’s neighborhoods are packed with personality. Midtown melds in-town glitz with the culture. The Westside has become a magnet for foodies, design enthusiasts and shoppers. Buckhead blends boutiques and galleries with fabulous dining, while Little Five Points lives on the edge of bohemian grunge paired with solid live theatre and music scenes.

Culture permeates throughout Atlanta. Emerging artists and designers pepper the city’s galleries and boutiques. For high-brow options, our city boasts an award-winning symphony, opera, and ballet. We host nationally-acclaimed touring shows and world-class exhibitions. And visitors can catch our homegrown talent at our numerous local playhouses, theatres, and neighborhood music venues.

It’s easy to fall in love with this charming metropolis that offers something for every traveler.

More information about CityPass Attractions Pass of Atlanta can be found here.