The ADAPT Centre is pleased to share that the International Conference on Conversational User Interfaces (CUI) is now a fully sponsored ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI) Conference.
The CUI conference was founded by ADAPT co-PI Associate Professor Benjamin Cowan and Dr Leigh Clark (Swansea University). Following the successful ADAPT-supported inaugural ACM In-Cooperation conference in 2019, and the virtual conferences in 2020 and 2021, CUI aims to further develop an extensive collaborative community around human-computer interaction issues in speech and language technology. A particular focus will be taken on theory-based and applied scientific issues in the field of speech and text-based conversational user interfaces.
This remarkable achievement is the combination of the hard work and drive of the CUI steering committee, the CUI and ADAPT community, most notably Justin Edwards (ADAPT- UCD), Dr Philip Doyle (UCD), Dr Diego Garaialde (ADAPT- UCD), Prof. Vincent Wade (ADPT-TCD), Dr Minha Lee (TU Eindhoven), Dr Martin Porcheron (Swansea University), Dr Matthew Aylett (Cereproc), Christine Murad (University of Toronto Mississauga), Dr Stephan Schlögl (MCI Innsbruck), Dr Heloisa Candello (IBM Brasil), Dr Cosmin Munteanu (University of Toronto Mississauga), Prof. María Inés Torres (Universidad Del Pais Vasco), Jaisie Sin (University of Toronto Mississauga), and Dr Martin Halvey (Strathclyde University).
CUI 2022 will be an in-person conference in Glasgow, UK from 26th July to 28th July 2022 with hybrid options available. To register for the conference, visit the main website here: https://www.conversationaluserinterfaces.org/2022/