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ACM SIGCHI is run by the Executive Committee (EC), which includes elected officers, the immediate past EC Chair and appointed office-holders.

ACM SIGCHI Officers and Committees


Executive Committee (EC)

ACM SIGCHI is run by the Executive Committee (EC), which includes elected officers, the immediate past Chair, editors of membership publications, and appointed office-holders. The ACM Structure and Function of a Typical SIG provides general details with respect to this committee.

Key to the entries below: Each committee or role name (e.g., Executive Committee, Vice President for Publications) may link to an official job description, followed by a link to a CHI mail alias or list (e.g., sigchi-EC or sigchi-VP-Publications), possibly followed by a link to a related web page (e.g., [info]). For real people, ACM or other email addresses are listed.

Executive Committee SIGCHI bylaws for Executive Committee role



President Loren Terveen sigchi-president at
Executive Vice President Helena Mentis sigchi-Executive-VP at
Vice President for Membership and Communication Regina Bernhaupt sigchi-VP-membership at
Vice President for Finance Anirudha Joshi sigchi-VP-Finances at
Vice President at Large Susan Dray
Vice President at Large Sian Lindley
Vice President for Publications Cliff Lampe sigchi-VP-Publications at
Vice President for Conferences Aaron Quigley sigchi-VP-Conferences at
Vice President for Chapters Tuomo Kujala sigchi-VP-chapters at
Vice President for Operations Dan Olsen sigchi-VP-Operations at
Past President Gerrit van der Veer sigchi-past-president at

Editors-in-Chief of ACM interactions

Ron Wakkary and Erik Stolterman  eic at

ACM Interactions


ACM Liaison

Farrah Khan farrah.khan at

Adjunct Chairs (and others)

Adjunct Chair for CHI Philippe Palanque
Adjunct Chair for Awards Ben Bederson bederson at
IFIP Liaison Gerrit van der Veer sigchi-AC-IFIP-liaison at
Adjunct Chair for SIGCHI Communities Dan Olsen olsen at SPARXTEQ.COM
Adjunct Chair for Career Development Sue Fussell sfussell at
CHI 2017 Liaison John "Scooter" Morris


Vice President for Conferences  sigchi-VP-Conferences at Aaron Quigley

SIGCHI Conferences Board

  • Yoshifumi Kitamura
  • Kori Inkpen
  • Anind Dey
  • Pamela Hinds
  • Vanessa Evers
  • Kris Luyten
  • Aaron Quigley



Max van Kleek electronic at PCS liaison
Regina Bernhaupt Conferences Surveys
Ashley Cozzi acozzi at ACM representative
Loren Terveen terveen at CS.UMN.EDU ACM SIGCHI President
Scooter Morris VP for Conferences and chair of CMC
Aaron Quigley aquigley at Adjunct chair for specialized conferences
David Lindlbauer Video Capture
Max Van Kleek Review/Submission Process
Lindsay Reynolds Conference Archive
Madeline E. Smith Conference Archive
Patrick Gage Kelley Design
Elizabeth Churchill Conference Course Curriculum
Philippe Palanque Past Adjunct chair for specialized conferences
Past and future CHI conferences Chairs
Gloria Mark CHI 2017 Co-Chair
Susan R. Fussell CHI 2017 Co-Chair
Allison Druin allisond_at_UMIACS.UMD.EDU CHI 2016 co-Chair
Jofish Kaye CHI 2016 co-Chair
Jinwoo Kim CHI 2015 co-Chair
Bo Begole CHI 2015 co-Chair


Steering Committee Chairs
When a conference has been organized under the auspices of SIGCHI with the (co-)sponsored status (of at least 50%), SIGCHI will support the creation of a steering committee (SC) for that conference (if not already existing). The chair of this committee will be the privileged contact point with SIGCHI EC providing feedback on the issues faced by the conference series and transferring information and procedures to the organizers of the next conferences of that series. The chair will become a member of set of steering committee chairs. This rule was updated to include all such conferences in August of 2015.
Committee Chair
AutoUI Andrew Kun Co-Chair
AutoUI Albrecht Schmidt Co-Chair

SIGCHI Sponsored  from 2017
C&C: Creativity and Cognition
Nick Bryan-Kinns nickbk at Annually from 2017
CABS Pamela Hinds phinds at formerly ICIC and IWIC
CHI Play Lennart Nacke lennart.nacke at
CSCW Clifford Lampe
DIS Steve Harrison Annually from 2016
EICS Kris Luyten
From Jun '17

Outgoing chair Philippe Palanque
ETRA Andrew Duchowski
GROUP Pernille Bjorn  
HRI Jeonghye Han Co-Chair
HRI Gerhard Sagerer Co-Chair
ICMI Louis-Philippe Morency
IDC Ole Sejer Iversen
IDC Chris Quintana
ISS Sheelagh Carpendale formerly ITS
IUI Antonio Krüger
MobileHCI Kaisa Väänänen
RecSyS Markus Zanker
SUI Wolfgang Stuerzlinger
TEI Ellen Do
TVX David Geerts
UbiComp Anind Dey
UIST Scott Hudson
UMAP Paul De Bra
VRST Yoshifumi Kitamura

Asian Development Committee

The Asian Development Committee promotes the development of HCI in Asia, collaboration between SIGCHI and other HCI societies, and the integration of Asian HCI researchers and practitioners into the global HCI community.

Liaison for India Anirudha Joshi
Liaison for The Republic of Korea Jinwoo Kim
Liaison for Japan Yoshifumi Kitamura
Liaison for China Zhengjie Liu or
Liaison for South East Asia Eunice Sari or

Publications board

Contact Cliff Lampe, Vice President for Publications (sigchi-VP-Publications at for information on the Publications Board members and initiatives.

Ethics Committee

The SIGCHI Ethics Committee is an appointed committee that
facilitates community conversations about ethical issues, and
reviews SIGCHI policies and procedures relevant to ethics.

Members are:
•Amy Bruckman, Georgia Institute of Technology (Chair)
•Melissa Densmore, University of Cape Town
•Casey Fiesler, CU Boulder
•Chris Frauenberger, Vienna University of Technology
•Jeff Hancock, Stanford
•Bob Kraut, CMU
•Cosmin Munteanu, University of Toronto
•Katie Shilton, University of Maryland
•Janice Tsai, Microsoft
•Jenny Waycott, University of Melbourne
•Michael Muller, IBM

Contact the group on Facebook:
Or email the chair Amy Bruckman, asb at

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Mar 30, 2017 SIGCHI sponsors students to attend Turing Award Celebration

SIGCHI sponsors 13 students from around the world to attend the ACM 50 Years of the A.M. Turing Award Celebration

Mar 24, 2017 The SIGCHI Student Travel Grant Program completes its first year

Have you ever read about a conference that you’d love to go to, but know that it’s impossible? Impossible because it’s overseas and your university doesn’t support overseas travel? Impossible because your research is in areas not covered by your advisor’s grants? Impossible because your institution has no travel funding whatsoever? Now there is hope.

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