Call for participation: Workshops and Tutorials

The Latin American Conference on Human Computer Interaction (CLIHC) aims to provide a premier forum that brings together Latin American and International HCI communities to discuss and exchange ideas, methods, approaches and techniques for designing interactive user experiences. In consonance with previous editions, we believe that in the field of HCI we must come to a technology that not only can be used and appreciated by as many people as possible, but that also promotes intercultural exchange and cooperation between people with different backgrounds and needs.


The workshops category provides an opportunity for researchers with similar interests to get together and discuss state of the art theories, methods, tools in their fields, and work in proposals for joint collaboration in research projects. Those interested in organizing a workshop during the conference must submit a 2-page abstract in the SIGCHI Extended Abstracts format describing the goals and expected outcomes of the workshop, intended audience, a plan for promoting participation and an outline of the activities that will take place during the workshop. Submissions should be written in English. Accepted workshops will be scheduled during the dates of the conference and will be assigned a meeting room. Workshops can be held in English, Spanish, or Portuguese, depending on the public present at the workshop.

At least one organizer must attend the conference.

All contributions will be peer-reviewed by at least two PC members on the basis of relevance, originality, significance and clarity.


Tutorials are short courses (3 hours or 6 hours) intended to provide an opportunity for attendees to learn new techniques and methods in the field of HCI and Interactions Design including, but not limited to the topics of interest to CLIHC 2019 To propose a tutorial, those interested must communicate directly with tutorial chairs and submit a 2-page abstract in the SIGCHI Extended Abstracts format. The proposal must include:

Submissions should be written in English. Tutorials can be presented in English, Spanish, or Portuguese, depending on the public present at the tutorial.

Accepted tutorials will be included in the program of the conference and advertised to all participants. The room or lab needed for the course will be arranged in coordination with the organization of the event.

Important dates (Workshops and Tutorials)

Accepted proposals


César Collazos

University of Cauca

Cleidson de Souza

Federal University of Pará