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Previous Awards

The papers receiving these awards were selected from a set of outstanding papers, based on the quantitative and qualitative classifications as well as comments provided by the program committee reviewers, their final classification as full paper and their oral presentation at the conference.

2019 | 2018 | 2017

CHIRA 2019

Best Paper Award


Area: Interactive Devices
Which EEG Electrodes Should Be Considered for Alertness Assessment?
Agnieszka Wolska, Dariusz Sawicki, Marcin Kołodziej, Mariusz Wisełka and Kamila Nowak

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Interactive Devices
The Effect That an Auditory Distraction with Differing Levels of Intensity Have on a Visual P300 Speller While Utilizing Low Fidelity Equipment: Alongside the Development of a Taxonomy
Patrick Schemrbi, Mariusz Pelc and Jixin Ma

Best Poster Award


Area: Adaptive and Intelligent Systems
Improvement of Pairwise Comparison by using Response Time
Yoshiki Sakamoto, Takashi Kurushima, Kimi Ueda, Hirotake Ishii, Hiroshi Shimoda, Rika Mochizuki and Masahiro Watanabe

Area: Interaction Design
A Study on Legibility with Pairwise Comparison in Simultaneous Multilingual Display on Digital Signage
Takashi Kurushima, Yoshiki Sakamoto, Kimi Ueda, Hirotake Ishii, Hiroshi Shimoda, Rika Mochizuki and Masahiro Watanabe

CHIRA 2018

Best Paper Award


Area: Interaction Design
Tool for Enhancing Family Communication through Planning, Sharing Experiences, and Retrospection
Naoya Tojo, Hiromi Ishizaki, Yuki Nagai and Sumaru Niida

Best Student Paper Award


Area: Interactive Devices
Introducing a New Haptic Illusion to Increase the Perceived Resolution of Tactile Displays
Rebekka Hoffmann, Manje A. B. Brinkhuis, Árni Kristjánsson and Runar Unnthorsson

Best Poster Award


Area: Interaction Design
A Proposal for the Interactive Sonification of the Human Face
Davide Bonafede, Luca A. Ludovico and Giorgio Presti

CHIRA 2017

Best Paper Award


Area: Human Factors and Information Systems
Mobile Instant Messaging for Customer Service Interaction - Preparation of a Model-based Approach Exploring Behavioral Intention
Hannes Schimmele, Stephan Schlögl and Aleksander Groth

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