SIGCHI relies on the contributions of volunteers in order to achieve its mission. The Volunteer Spotlight serves to profile some of the many volunteers who donate their time to SIGCHI.
SIGCHI Ambassadors are volunteers from around the world who spread the word about SIGCHI’s mission and members’ activities across the globe. They regularly provide content on what is going on in a specific part of the world, share exciting news by translating them from the local language to English, so it can be shared on a global scale through the SIGCHI social media channels.
There are currently 31 active SIGCHI Ambassadors. Six ambassadors will be profiled in each spotlight.
Read our SIGCHI Ambassadors stories
|Jan de Wit||There’s a design thinker in all of us!||The Netherlands|
|Bart Knijnenburg||CHI 2018 workshop highlight: Bridging HCI communities||USA|
|David Gil de Gómez Pérez||Will Eye-Tracking Shape the Future of CHI?||Spain|
|Dmitrijs Dmitrenko||Some crazy ideas are elegant in practice||UK|
|Francisco J. Gutierrez||A brief overview of current HCI research in Chile||Chile|
|Hui-Shyong Yeo||Potential solutions to help HCI academics in Asia||UK|
|Jun Hahn||Employing Human-Computer Interaction||Japan|
|Kostantinos Papangelis||Summer School On Crowdsourcing At XJTLU||UK|
|Maarten Van Mechelen||Kids in Design Group||The Netherlands|
|Sane Gaytán||HCI in Mexico: Two success stories||Mexico|
|Tahir Abbas||Supporting Smart Home Inhibitants with Crowd Based IoT Scenarios||The Netherlands|
|Kaveh Bazargan||HCI Education||Iran|
|Muhammad Zahid Iqbal||Child Interaction with Technology in Classrooms of Developing Countries||Pakistan|