CHI 2011: Vancouver, BC, Canada

Health 1: technology challenges

Telepresence

Olfaction, breath & biofeedback

Research methods

Machine learning

Mid-air pointing & gestures

Twitter systems

Sex & bodies

Watching together

Health 2: persuasive systems

Brain & bio-sensor interactions

Gestures

Designing for values, democracy & peace

Driving

Meetings & interaction spaces

Art, music & movement

Facebook

Health 3: online communities & social interaction

Human-robot interaction

Tagging

HCI for all

Emotional states

Identity & virtual social interactions

Gestures, body & touch

Pointing 1

Ambient & peripheral computing

Museums & public exhibitions

Everyday information management

Low-cost ICT4D

Predicting & modeling human behaviors

Death & bereavement

Non-flat Displays

Design theory

Microblogging behavior

Inter-cultural interaction

Eye tracking

Families