PACMHCI V5, ISS, November 2021 Editorial
Övrig text i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2021

It is our great pleasure to welcome you to this issue of the Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, the second to focus on the contributions from the research community Interactive Surfaces and Spaces (ISS). Interactive Surfaces and Spaces increasingly pervade our everyday life, appearing in various sizes, shapes, and application contexts, offering a rich variety of ways to interact. This diverse research community explores the design, development, and use of new and emerging interactive surface technologies and interactive spaces. The call for articles for this issue on ISS attracted 77 submissions, from all over the world. This issue has 23 papers, 4 submitted in February 2021 and 19 submitted in July 2021. After the winter round, 4 (total of 19 articles, 21.1%) articles were accepted and 5 (26.3%) articles required major revisions. After the summer round, 19 (total of 58 articles, 32.8%) articles were accepted, and 18 (31,0%) articles required major revisions. The editorial committee worked hard over the two iterations of the review process, winter and summer rounds, to arrive at final decisions. In total, counting both the winter and the summer rounds, 23 articles (total of 77 articles, 29.9%) were accepted. All authors of the accepted articles are invited to present at the ISS conference from November 14--17, 2021. This issue exists because of the dedicated volunteer effort of 31 senior editors who served as Associate Chairs (ACs), 105 expert reviewers in the winter round, and 206 expert reviewers in the summer round to ensure high quality and insightful reviews for all articles. Reviewers and committee members were kept constant for papers that submitted to both rounds. The Editorial Board is presented here:


Morten Fjeld

Chalmers, Data- och informationsteknik, Interaktionsdesign

Universitetet i Bergen

Hans Christian Jetter

Universitaet Zu Lübeck

Petra Isenberg

Université Paris-Saclay

Mark Hancock

University of Waterloo

Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction

25730142 (eISSN)

Vol. 5 ISS 3486933


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