CHI PLAY is the international and interdisciplinary conference (by ACM SIGCHI) for researchers and professionals across all areas of play, games and human-computer interaction (HCI). We call this area “player-computer interaction.”
22–25 October 2019
Barcelona, Spain
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Key Dates

February 1, 2019:     Student travel grants applications due

April 9, 2019:          Full papers submissions due
May 2, 2019:           Workshop and Course proposals due
July 5, 2019:            Doctoral Consortium, Works-in-Progress, Student Game Design Competition, Interactivity track
and Rapid Communication papers submissions due

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Welcome

The goal of CHI PLAY is to highlight and foster discussion of current high quality (full paper acceptance rate is typically below 30%) research in games and HCI as foundation for the future of digital play. To this end, the conference features streams that blend academic research and games with research papers, interactive play demos, and industry insights.

CHI PLAY grew out of the increasing work around games and play emerging from the ACM annual conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) as well as smaller conferences such as Fun and Games and Gamification. CHI PLAY is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group for Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI).

CHI PLAY ’19 General Chairs

Barcelona, Spain

CHI PLAY ’19 will be held in Barcelona, Spain, from 22-25 October 2019. The conference schedule comprises of pre-conference workshops and a doctoral consortium as well as three main conference days packed with peer reviewed paper presentations, demos, panel discussions, and invited keynote speakers of international standing.

The venue will be located at the 22@ district, characterized by its modern architecture and also known as the technological neighborhood. 22@ is the most important project of urban transformation of Barcelona city of the last years and one of the most ambitious of Europe of these characteristics, integrating the different agents constituting the system of innovation: cutting edge companies, universities and training centres, and centres of research and transfer of technology.

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