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  • March 15, 2020

    How to AHs2020 at home (Introducing the Build Your Own Conference Kit)

    Are you excited about AHs2020, but miss the many comforts of physical conferences such as paper programs, lanyards and excessive signage? Don’t worry! We have your back. You can download your print friendly program HERE . Note that it also doubles as a conference badge! However, we do not have student volunteers to check your badge. You will need to do that yourself. We also have...
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  • March 13, 2020

    AHs 2020 is now Fully Virtual

    Due to the circumstances, we are moving to a fully virtual event and cancelling the physical event in Kaiserslautern As we have already prepared infrastructure for remote participation, this will not be a major hurdle for the conference. We have contacted all remaining local participants and have made plans to shift all aspects of the conference online. Instructions on how to participate remotely which were sent...
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  • March 12, 2020

    Awards! Awards! Awards!

    Best Paper Award Have you ever wondered how the best paper award is selected? So have we. This year round we spent a significant amount of time thinking about who should receive this years best paper award, and what we believe a fair selection process should look like for this conference and in the future. An easy way might be to simply chose the paper with...
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  • March 2, 2020

    Update Regarding COVID-19

    Over the last months, the global situation with regards to travel and health has changed due to COVID-19. The organization of any global event, such as Augmented Humans, needs to reflect such changes. To accommodate the changing requirements and restrictions in the ability of many of our colleagues to travel, we are happy to announce a number of changes in how people can engage with AHs2020....
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  • February 7, 2020

    The Review Process

    Some numbers and reflections. So the final decisions are out. 30 papers were accepted and we – that is the program chairs – are super happy about the selection of papers which will be presented. While Augmented Humans has no interest in being another CHI, we thought it might be interesting to compare statistics. The average rating of submissions at Augmented Humans was 2.9 (SD =...
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  • January 22, 2020

    Submission Statistics

    Thank you to everyone who submitted work to Augmented Humans 2020! Earlier this week, review requests were sent out to all program committee members. We received a total of 75 submissions – after a quick quality check, 69 of these are currently being reviewed for the paper track. Submissions were from all over the world: Australia, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South...
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