Chinese CHI 2023

创智 · 反思 · 展望

Generative · Reflective · Envisioning


November 13~16, 2023, Tsinghua Southeast Asia Center at UID Bali Campus, Kura Kura Bali, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

2023年11月13~16日, 清华大学东南亚中心,酷乐酷乐岛, 印度尼西亚巴厘岛








Program of Chinese CHI 2023

Bali / Beijing Time

Schedule

NOV 13 - Workshop Day, see details of workshops >

Workshop 1: New context versus old semantic: HCI bridging innovative paths and Chinese traditional culture with contextual design and creative expression
08:00 - 12:00, MALAJAH (LIVE)

Organizers: Haipeng Mi and Yingying She


Workshop 2: Enhancing Accessible Design Tools: Value Integration in the Design Process
08:00 - 12:00, DIGI LAB

Organizers: Wang Yun and Zhang Weiwei

LUNCH BREAK
12:00 - 14:00, RAINBOW KERTHI CORRIDOR
International Workshop on Human-Engaged Computing 2023, see details of IWHEC >
13:00 - 17:30, MALAJAH (LIVE)

Organizers: Yingying She and Chen Wang

  • Panel Discussion 1:人机交互跨学科融合与产学研协同发展模式探讨
  • Panel Discussion 2:人机交互的哲学基础与未来展望

Workshop 3: Co-creating human-chatbot interaction by considering the healthcare chatbot’s social characteristics and communication modalities
13:30 - 17:30, DIGI LAB

Organizers: Qingchuan Li, Yao Song, Xin Chen and Jiaxin Zhang

RECEPTION
17:30 - 20:00, FIRST FLOOR SHARED SPACES

NOV 14

OPENING CEREMONY & KEYNOTE
09:00 - 10:15, AUDITORIUM

Shengdong Zhao - National University of Singapore

Fostering Reflective Inquiry: A Dialogue on Value-Driven Research in HCIFostering Reflective Inquiry: A Dialogue on Value-Driven Research in HCI

Abstract: "Fostering Reflective Inquiry: A Dialogue on Value-Driven Research in HCI" invites Chinese researchers, both in China and abroad, to engage in a critical dialogue about the direction and depth of HCI research. This keynote is not about providing set answers but rather about initiating a collective exploration into what constitutes truly impactful research in the diverse and global landscape of HCI. The talk aims to bridge cultural and academic perspectives, highlighting how Chinese researchers can leverage their unique insights and experiences to contribute to the field. The speaker, a fellow researcher engaged in this global dialogue, will share personal reflections and encourage an open discussion on how to cultivate research that is deeply innovative, socially relevant, and scientifically sound, regardless of geographical boundaries.

COFFEE BREAK
10:15 - 10:45, AUDITORIUM CORRIDOR
PAPER SECTION 1: HCI IN CHINA: COMMUNITY & CULTURE
10:45 - 12:15, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Yingying She

  1. The Cultural Factor Extraction and Visualization Design of Traditional Chinese Festival Culture
    Zhaohui Wu, Fei Lyu and Zhaolin Zhang
  2. A Digital Chinese Brush System Design based on Embodied Interaction Theory
    Yi Ji, Junxian Lin and Yihui Cai
  3. Robotic Xiàngshēng Theater: Designing Audio-Animatroinics with Cartoon-Style Facial Expression for Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition
    Hanxuan Li, Yu Peng, Zhihao Yao, Qirui Sun, Yao Lu and Haipeng Mi
  4. An Empirical Study on Knowledge Payment Behavior and Knowledge Anxiety among Chinese University Students
    Jiawei Tang, Yu Zhang, Shaoshuai Huang, Yaqi Zheng, Yuhong Wei, Ting Bai, Shijie Ming and Zhaolin Lu
  5. Taotie: Designing a Museum Robot utilizing Cultural Metaphors
    Zhihao Yao, Yao Lu, Yijie Guo, Qirui Sun, Mingyue Gao and Haipeng Mi
  6. Exploring the Design of Digital Twin Virtual Space for The Awaken Lion Culture Based on Technology Acceptance Modeling
    Xiaoying Tang, Qiao Zhong and Xiuhui Zheng
LUNCH BREAK
12:15 - 14:00, AUDITORIUM CORRIDOR
PAPER SECTION 2: INTERACTIVE TECHNIQUE
14:00 - 15:15, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Yu Peng

  1. Fuzzy Causal Inference Model for Human-Vehicle Cooperative Decision-Making Modeling
    Chen Chai, Jixiang Wang and Weiru Yin
  2. Seeing And Communicating With Your Mind: A Novel EEG Signal Based Interactive Visual Meditation System
    Xingyu Lai, Enbo Yu, Kai Chen and Xianchang Kang
  3. A Visual Protocol Analysis Method for Collecting Driving Cognitions in Driving Simulator Studies
    Ying Liang and Chen Chai
  4. Reimagining Public Utilities through AI-Driven User-Centric Multimodal Interaction: A Case Study on the Lighthouse System
    Yueze Zhang, Zheng Zeng, Tianrui Wang, Zekai Chen and Ping Chen
  5. Embroiderer: Do-It-Yourself Embroidery Aided with Digital Tools
    Zijian Luo, Zixiang Hong, Xiaoyu Ge, Junling Zhuang, Xin Tang, Zhehan Du, Yue Tao, Yuyang Zhang, Chuyi Zhou, Cheng Yang and Ye Tao
COFFEE BREAK & LBW
15:15 - 16:00, CLOUD LOUNGE
PAPER SECTION 3: ACCESSIBILITY AND AGING
16:00 - 17:15, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Yun Wang

  1. Exploring Older People's Preferences in the Design Features of Virtual Agents: A Comprehensive Analysis
    Tongtong Jin, Yun Wang and Weiwei Zhang
  2. A Review of Prototyping and Evaluating Approaches for Social Exergames Targeting Older Adults
    Rui Yuan, Sunxiya Zhang, Xiongjie Yang, Shi Qiu, Ting Han and Jun Hu
  3. RedCapes: Design and Evaluation of a Game Towards Improving Autistic Children's Privacy Awareness
    Xiaowen Yuan, Hongni Ye, Ziheng Tang, Xiangrong Zhu, Yaxing Yao and Xin Tong
  4. "Not To Show Off But To Express Love for Life": Management and Presentation of Older Square Dancing Groups via WeChat and Video Communities in China
    Yuting Diao, Zhicong Lu, Qi Lu, Guanhong Liu, Jiaxing Wang, Yuanling Feng and Jihong Jeung
  5. Research on the strategy of travel service system for visually impaired people based on service design thinking
    Xinwei Wang and Jiali Dong
ART GALLERY EXHIBITION
17:15 - 18:15, CLOUD LOUNGE & FIRST FLOOR SHARED SPACES
BANQUET
18:30 - 20:30, TBD

NOV 15

PAPER SECTION 4: GENERATIVE AI AND INTELLIGENT AGENT
09:00 - 10:30, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Qianyao Xu

  1. Exploring Designers’ Perceptions and Practices of Collaborating with Generative AI as a Co-creative Agent in a Multi-stakeholder Design Process: Take the Domain of Avatar Design as an Example
    Qingyang He, Weicheng Zheng, Hanxi Bao, Ruiqi Chen and Xin Tong
  2. From Lab to Virtual: Comparing Real and AI-Generated User Interviews in Home Appliance Evaluation
    Minghui Liu, Cheng Xue and Yuxiang Zhai
  3. Understanding Students’ Perspectives, Practices, and Challenges of Designing with AI in Special Schools
    Xi Liu, Newman Lau, Alex Chuin, Wun Kam Reginia Leung, Ada How Sim Ho, Mohana Das, Mengru Liu and Cheuk Lam Kwok
  4. Extrovert Increases Consensus? Exploring the Effects of Conversational Agent Personality for Group Decision Support
    Liuping Wang, Hongxin Li, Tong Wu, Fan Yang, Yang Yang, Jin Huang and Feng Tian
  5. Emotional Conveyance Analysis of Artificial Intelligence Painting
    Lin Ma, Dengkai Chen, Yuan Feng, Xinggang Hou and Jing Chen
  6. Designing Future In-Vehicle Assistants: Insights from User Imaginations and Experiences
    Yijie Guo, Hanyang Hu, Zhuoran Zhai, Yao Lu, Xuezhu Wang, Yuan-Ling Feng, Zhihao Yao, Zhenhan Huang, Yuan Yao and Haipeng Mi
COFFEE BREAK & LBW
10:30 - 11:00, CLOUD LOUNGE
PAPER SECTION 5: DESIGN: THEORY, CONCEPTS, METHODS
11:00 - 12:15, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Weiwei Zhang

  1. Reconnecting An International Travel Network: The Personal Infrastructuring Work of International Travelers in A Multi-facet Crisis
    Yao Lyu, He Zhang and John Carroll
  2. Meaning-Driven Speculative Artifacts Meme-Generated Design Framework
    Jiawei Li, Zhiyong Fu, Jiayue Wang and Fengying Qian
  3. User Experience Analysis of Library Intelligent Book-Lending Cabinets Service Based on MOA Model: A Case Study of China
    Zhenhua Zheng, Bo Yan and Jialong Shi
  4. “I Keep Sweet Cats In Real Life, But What I Need In The Virtual World Is A Neurotic Dragon": Virtual Pet Designs With Personality Patterns
    Hongni Ye, Ruoxin You, Kaiyuan Lou, Yili Wen, Xin Yi and Xin Tong
  5. Understanding Emotional Disclosure via Diary-keeping in Quarantine on Social Media
    Yue Deng, Changyang He and Bo Li
LUNCH BREAK
12:15 - 14:00, AUDITORIUM CORRIDOR
PAPER SECTION 6: VIRTUAL REALITY AND AUGMENTED REALITY
14:00 - 15:30, 12 MINS PRESENTATION + 3 MINS Q&A, AUDITORIUM

Chair: Zhihao Yao

  1. The Veil of Virtuality: Anonymity and Trust in the Metaverse's New Frontier
    Cheng Xu, Yanqi Sun and Rui Zhong
  2. VR PreM+: An Immersive Pre-learning Branching Visualization System for Museum Tours
    Ze Gao, Xiang Li, Changkun Liu, Xian Wang, Anqi Wang, Liang Yang, Yuyang Wang, Pan Hui and Tristan Braud
  3. Meta-Home: Smart Home Digital Twin Design from the Perspective of Smart metaverse
    Cheng Xue, Yingting Gao, Ananda Robin, Jiachen Du, Qianyao Xu and Xinyi Fu
  4. TAPE: Tangible Augmented Previz Environment for Filmmaking
    Guangzheng Fei and Dake Liu
  5. OperARtistry: AR-based Application for Chinese Traditional Opera (Xiqu) Makeup Tutorials
    Zeyu Xiong, Shihan Fu and Mingming Fan
  6. Avatar Type, Self-Congruence, and Presence in Virtual Reality
    Tianqi Huang, Yue Li and Hai-Ning Liang
COFFEE BREAK
15:30 - 16:00, AUDITORIUM CORRIDOR
KEYNOTE & CLOSING CEREMONY
16:00 - 17:15, AUDITORIUM (LIVE)

Regina Bernhaupt - Eindhoven University of Technology

Digital Twins for HCI Research

Digital twins have become a buzz-word referring to the ability to have digital counterpart of physical parts of our worlds. While starting with digital models of physical objects like machines, today digital twins are real-time connected counterparts of the physical world. And beyond being real time, we see not only digital twins of objects, but digital twins of human hearts, of systems – and systems of systems.

Digital twins will be a key technology when it comes to monitoring and optimizing future services, when it comes to understanding possible alternative scenarios and especially when predicting future events, like when to repair a machine, but also maybe when to repair a heart?

This inspirational keynote will guide you through some examples of digital twins applications that touch everyone of us in our everyday life, our healthcare, the city we are living in. But it will also show how HCI and HCI research methods have to be adapted and re-invented to address the challenges digital twins as a technology bring to our HCI research community.

NOV 16

ONE-DAY TOUR (OPTIONAL)