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Georgia Tech’s analysis of CHI’s 2020 papers session is based on cities listed in the program. Location is the primary demographic information available in the dataset and it gives a broad understanding of where the human-computer interaction (HCI) community is most active. Key trends by city are analyzed in our map-based visualizations.
While more than half of accepted papers (51 percent) include a U.S.-based researcher and 43 percent of all paper authors are working in the United States, researchers hail from all regions of the world. The U.S., U.K., Germany, Canada, China, and Australia round out the countries with at least 100 authors each in the papers program. CHI contributors in the papers program include just shy of 3,000 authors and there are more than 4,600 total people in the CHI proceedings.
CHI 2020 Quick stats:
- 750+ papers
- 156 award papers; 31 for best paper, and 125 with an honorable mention.
- 64 – papers including VR as a keyword topic, the most for any topic
- 100+ authors each – U.S., U.K., Germany, Canada, China, and Australia
- 9 – Most countries represented on a single paper
- 4 – Most continents represented on a single paper