ACM IUI 2017 is the 22nd annual meeting of the intelligent user interfaces community and serves as a premier international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces.
ACM IUI is where the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) community meets the Artificial Intelligence (AI) community. We are also very interested in contributions from related fields, such as psychology, behavioral science, cognitive science, computer graphics, design, the arts, etc.
We are happy to inform that the seminal paper “Trust in Recommender Systems”, by John O’Donovan and Barry Smyth, originally published at IUI 2005, will be honored with the newly established IUI-Most-Influential-Paper-Award in 2017.
Earlier this year, the IUI steering committee has decided to acknowledge past IUI papers that had the most impact and highest visibility since being published with this special award.
We will start handing out the award in 2017 and then continue to do so for subsequent editions of the conference. The award will be handed out during IUI 2017 in Limassol, where the authors will give an invited presentation reflecting the contributions of the paper in the light of the last 10 years of research in recommender systems.
08 Feb 2017 - Conference programme now available
23 Jan 2017 - Initial tutorials / workshops programme now online
19 Jan 2017 - Abstracts for keynote speeches are available
18 Jan 2017 - Social Events (Additional tickets and Optional Excursions) have been added
17 Jan 2017 - The Accepted Contributions page has been revised
16 Jan 2017 - The Travel Grants page has been revised
15 Jan 2017 - The Posters/Demos/Workshops and Student Consortium author registration deadline has been extended to 17 Jan
15 Jan 2017 - The Posters/Demos/Workshops Camera-Ready Submission deadline has been extended to 17 Jan
12 Jan 2017 - A new Student Travel Grant is now available
12 Jan 2017 - The Student Travel Grants application deadline has been extended to 22 Jan, 2017
12 Jan 2017 - The Accepted Papers list is available
12 Jan 2017 - List of workshops updated
12 Dec 2016 - Author registration deadline added
08 Dec 2016 - The final Program Committee list is available
07 Dec 2016 - Accepted tutorials are now online
05 Dec 2016 - A new one day registration fee for Workshop/Tutorials is available
05 Dec 2016 - The Student Consortium info, deadlines and submission site have been updated
16 Nov 2016 - A new student travel grant has been added
14 Nov 2016 - Detailed workshop information has been added
21 Oct 2016 - Call for Demos and Posters now available
17 Oct 2016 - Google has been added as a Sponsor
13 Oct 2016 - Registration is currently open
13 Oct 2016 - List of Accepted Workshops now available
06 Oct 2016 - Student Travel Grants has been updated
12 Sep 2016 - Program committee has been added
05 Sep 2016 - Submission is now open - CfP updated
01 Sep 2016 - A new sponsor (GI - Gesellschaft für Informatik) has been added!
17 Aug 2016 - Travel Grants information has been added
25 Jul 2016 - Calls for Workshop and Tutorial Proposals have been revised
14 Jul 2016 - Information regarding Travel Grants has been revised
23 Jun 2016 - Travel Grants deadlines and more info have been added
21 Jun 2016 - The Keynote Speakers have been updated
19 May 2016 - The Call for Tutorial Proposals has been added
31 Mar 2016 - The Call for Papers has been updated
30 Mar 2016 - The Call for Workshop Proposals is now available online
24 Mar 2016 - The initial Call for Papers is available
The St. Raphael Resort is located on one of the most renowned and largest beaches in Limassol, only a short coastal drive from the lively centre of town, approximately 10 minutes away. The Larnaca International Airport is 35 minutes away, and Paphos International Airport is 55 minutes away. There are shops, restaurants and bars within walking distance and a bus stop exactly outside the hotel.
At ACM IUI, we focus on the interaction between machine intelligence and human intelligence. While other conferences focus on one side or the other, we address the complex interaction between the two. We welcome research that explores how to make the interaction between computers and people smarter, which may leverage solutions from data mining, knowledge representation, novel interaction paradigms, and emerging technologies. We strongly encourage submissions that discuss research from both HCI and AI simultaneously, but also welcome works that focus more on one side or the other.
The ACM IUI conference brings together people from academia, industry, nonprofits and government, to showcase and discuss work results in an intimate, focused, and interactive setting. We expect this year’s ACM IUI to be attended by a diverse and livery crowd of over 200 attendees, a good size that allows our attendees to strike up conversations and network with other attendees, see all the posters, and take in all the presentations. As an ACM conference, ACM IUI papers will appear in the ACM Digital Library and citation indices. There will also be a journal publication path for long papers.