Twenty Years of Four HCI Conferences

This is an interesting article showing various visualizations of four different HCI conferences: CHI, UIST, InfoViz, and AVI. There is certainly an element of belly gazing going on here, but I also think it's interesting what kinds of conclusions can be drawn from the different visualizations.

The authors also present some strategies for producing key publications:

  • Have the right idea at the right time
  • Collaborate with other senior researchers
  • Supervise a good number of (good) students
  • Publish in the right conferences


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