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Update on CHI in relation to Covid‑19 (Coronavirus)

We are saddened by the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation and our thoughts go to those affected by it. We are monitoring the situation, including the advice from the World Health Organisation and the US Center for Disease Control (CDC). In particular, the CDC has set up a website with valuable information to assist people with concerns about Covid-19 (Coronavirus), including information on transmission, symptoms, prevention, and treatment: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/.

Together with ACM and SIGCHI, the CHI 2020 conference team has outlined below in order to provide information in regards to traveling or presenting at CHI 2020.

Attendees and Authors

If you have registered for the conference but are unable to attend due to travel restrictions, please contact chiregistration@executivevents.com, as registration costs will be reimbursed in full.  

For authors who will not be able to present their papers due to travel restrictions, please contact us to let us know if a colleague can present on your behalf. In such cases, the registration team (chiregistration@executivevents.com) can help you change your registration to a colleague. If a colleague is unable to present on your behalf, please look for updates on the website while we working on options to allow for remote or pre-recorded presentations. *These options are intended to assist those in need of special arrangements. Please be fair to those in need and note that in all other cases, authors are expected to attend the conference and present their work in person, as in previous CHIs.

Live Streaming & Conference Recordings

  • CHI 2020 will be live streaming many of the conference’s technical sessions. There is no cost to access these live streams during the week of the conference. 
  • CHI 2020 will also record and post-caption a selection of technical sessions. In the weeks following the conference, those recordings will be freely available through SIGCHI channels including the ACM Digital Library.
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