Student Forum – IHCI 2021

Date: Monday, December 20, 2021
Duration: 10:00– 12:00

Room: DI-247   (Microsoft Team Link will be posted on 12/20/2021, Monday )
Accepted Forum Applications: 10 students (in-person + remote)
Expected guests: 10 + online guests

IHCI’s student forums provide an opportunity for students currently working in the human-computer interaction and related fields to present and discuss research goals, approaches, and preliminary results. The forum centers around the conference track, where selected student research papers are presented. The Student Forum Research Paper is a one or two page, single-author presentation on ongoing research by graduate and undergraduate students.

If you are a student researcher, we are encouraging you to submit the Student forum application with the below link.

The Student Forum Submission is closed.

Dr. Jonathan I. Maletic

Kent State University

Dr. Micheal Collard

University of Akron

This is a call for contribution (1-4 pages as an abstract or extended abstract) to gain better visibility.

This Student Forum publication can expand your research work’s importance, novelty, and challenges in the IHCI field.


Forum Application Submission is closed.

Selected Applications and Their topics

The student forum which is scheduled on Monday 10 AM (EST time).

The meeting room and MS team meeting link will be announced soon and you will be received a google calendar invitation with meeting details.
We highly recommend you to join the meeting room 10 minutes earlier so that the forum organizers (Dr. Meletic and Dr. Collard) can prepare the forum accordingly.
Only attended students will be received a certification of forum attendance as well as their abstracts will be included into the forum abstract publication. 

  • Vanessa Garza Enriquez
    • Woosong University, South Korea
    • Abstract Title: Behavior recognition based on facial expressions


  • David Jona Richter
    • Purdue University Northwest, USA
    • Abstract Title: Reinforcement Learning in the Game of Snake


  • Pamul Yadav
    • Yonsei University, South Korea
    • Abstract Title: Active Learning based Reinforcement Learning Framework for Unseen Environment Adaptation
  • Sai venkata vybhav Ampabattuni
    • Kent State University, USA
    • Abstract Title: Smart Item finder from stores


  • Aditi Singh
    • Kent State University, USA
    • Abstract Title: Understanding the Acceptability of Gestures Generated by Social Robots


  • Sayan Das, Mangala Pranayraj, Thalla Rajesh, and Jagjeet Suryawanshi
    • University of Hyderabad, India
    • Abstract Title: Multilayer Tag Extraction for Music Recommendation Systems


  • Deepshikha Bhati (Kent State University, USA)
    • Abstract Title: Mobile based Visualization Techniques and Tools for Storytelling