Publications @ CHI 2021

We are happy to present you this year’s contributions from the German HCI labs to CHI 2021! Feel free to browse our list of publications: There are 53 full papers (including one Best Paper and five Honorable Mentions), 16 LBWs, and many demonstrations, workshops, or other interesting publications. Please send us a mail if you feel that your paper is missing or to correct any entries.


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From Detectables to Inspectables: Understanding Qualitative Analysis of Audiovisual Data

Krishna Subramanian (RWTH Aachen University), Johannes Maas (RWTH Aachen University), Jan Borchers (RWTH Aachen University), and Jim Hollan (University of California, San Diego)

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From Detectables to Inspectables: Understanding Qualitative Analysis of Audiovisual Data

It Takes More Than One Hand to Clap: On the Role of ‘Care’ in Maintaining Design Results

Max Krüger (Universität Siegen), Anne Weibert (Universität Siegen), Débora de Castro Leal (Universität Siegen), Dave Randall (Universität Siegen), Volker Wulf (Universität Siegen)

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Itsy-Bits: Fabrication and Recognition of 3D-Printed Tangibles with Small Footprints on Capacitive Touchscreens

Martin Schmitz (Technical University of Darmstadt), Florian Müller (Technical University of Darmstadt), Max Mühlhäuser (Technical University of Darmstadt), Jan Riemann (Technical University of Darmstadt), Huy Viet Le (University of Stuttgart)

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Itsy-Bits: Fabrication and Recognition of 3D-Printed Tangibles with Small Footprints on Capacitive Touchscreens

The Development and Validation of the Technology-Supported Reflection Inventory

Marit Bentvelzen (Utrecht University), Jasmin Niess (University of Bremen), Mikołaj P. Woźniak (Lodz University of Technology), Paweł W. Woźniak (Utrecht University)

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The Impact of Multiple Parallel Phrase Suggestions on Email Input and Composition Behaviour of Native and Non-Native English Writers

Daniel Buschek (University of Bayreuth), Martin Zürn (LMU Munich), Malin Eiband (LMU Munich)

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The Impact of Multiple Parallel Phrase Suggestions on Email Input and Composition Behaviour of Native and Non-Native English Writers