Call for Workshops

Graphics Interface has a long legacy of attracting high-quality work on human-computer interaction, interactive systems, computer graphics, animation, and visualization. The conference brings together researchers from across the globe to discuss their recent advances in these fields.

We invite submissions for workshops to take place two days before the conference, and will be an in-person event.  Workshops could be educational or panel discussions, and are expected to have hands-on elements for participants. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Research methods for HCI (Qualitative, mixed methods) 
  • Human-centered machine learning
  • Serious gaming
  • Emerging or interdisciplinary topics
  • Equity, diversity and inclusivity, e.g., strategies for identifying bias, addressing stereotypes, limited data sets, research design and grant preparation

The duration of workshops should be approximately 3 hours. Workshops are planned as in-person events that promote interactions between participants.


Workshop proposal deadline Extended Workshop Deadline: 20 February 2022

Author Notification Extended Author Notification: 27 February 2022

Submission and Evaluation Process

Send workshop proposals as a PDF document to Shital Desai ( Proposals will be evaluated for covering contemporary and fresh topics, and for having a broad interest for members of the HCI, Graphics, and/or Visualization communities. The “freshness” of the workshop proposal is essential and should be motivated inside the submitted document, e.g., Why is the workshop innovative? Why is the topic important for our communities?  The proposal should address the following points:

  • Topic and “freshness” of the workshop
  • Motivation
  • Target audience 
  • Relevance to Graphics Interface
  • Schedule or plan
  • Brief presenter bio(s)

Please limit the page length to two (2) pages and use the paper formatting instructions to prepare the document.