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PostSubject: The CHI Student Research Competition   Wed 7 Oct - 0:34

CHI 2010 Student Research Competition‏

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You like research. No, wait, you *love* research. You’re also quite fond
of competing for cash prizes. And you love the thrill of writing a
six-page abstract describing your fabulous research (and who doesn’t?).
If this is you, and you’re an undergraduate or graduate student, then
it’s time to start thinking about the CHI 2010 Student Research Competition!

The CHI Student Research Competition is a juried track open to both
undergraduate and graduate students. To enter the competition, submit a
six-page abstract describing your unpublished research. New this year:
The work submitted can be a collaboration among multiple students.

Submissions are due January 4, 2010, in conjunction with the CHI
Works-in-Progress track. Up to twenty-five students will be chosen to
compete in a poster session at CHI 2010. One student from each of the
chosen groups will be awarded a travel grant of up to $500. See full
details at http://www.chi2010.org/authors/cfp-src.html.

Based on the results from the poster session, a panel of judges will
select students to advance to the second round where they will have the
opportunity give a short presentation of their research. The top three
winners in each category (graduate and undergraduate) will receive cash
prizes ($500, $300, and $200), and a chance to compete in the ACM-wide
Student Research Competition Grand Finals. As with the travel grant,
only one student will receive a cash prize per award level. All winners
(including co-authors in the case of group submissions) will receive an
award certificate and two-year complimentary ACM membership with a
subscription to ACM's Digital Library.

Note that since the Student Research Competition is held in conjunction
with the CHI Works-in-Progress track, submissions that are not accepted
to the competition are automatically considered for presentation as
Works-in-Progress posters. SRC submissions are not archival, so they do
not block future publication of the work as CHI full papers or notes.

This program is a great opportunity to meet and interact with top HCI
researchers, and to gain new insights into your work. If you have any
questions, please contact us at ##ERROR##.org.

Below you will find a list of the winning projects from last year's
competition (published at http://www.acm.org/src/winners.html)

Graduate Category
----------------------------
First Place: Patrick Gage Kelley, Carnegie Mellon University
"Designing a Privacy Label: Assisting Consumer Understanding of Online
Privacy Practices"

Second Place: Brynn M. Evans, University of California, San Diego
"Exploring the Cognitive Consequences of Social Search"

Third Place: Charlene Jennett, University College London
"Investigating Computer Game Immersion and the Component Real World
Dissociation"


Undergraduate Category
----------------------------
First Place: Jun Kato, University of Tokyo
"Mult-Touch Interface for Controlling Multiple Mobile Robots"

Second Place: Zhiquan Yeo, Carnegie Mellon University
"KTE2: An Engine for Kinetic Typography"

Third Place: Marcus Reul, RWTH Aachen University
"Bringing Usability to Industrial Control Systems"


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Michael Terry & Joanna McGrenere
CHI 2010 Student Research Competition Co-Chairs
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