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All volunteer opportunities are now closed. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered to make CHI2004 happen. We look forward to seeing you in Vienna!

There's no need to wait for submission deadlines to get involved in CHI2004. The Conference Committee welcomes volunteers who would like to contribute. In particular, all submission categories require experienced reviewers who can help maintain the standards that make CHI the world's premiere conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Invitation to Volunteer

The ACM SIGCHI organization is run as a partnership between hundreds of volunteers and the professional staff. The quality of the programs and the "look-and-feel" of the conferences are directly attributable to the efforts of volunteers and the many hours of dedication that these HCI professionals contribute to the field. As a volunteer, you will help shape the direction of our professional organization and its conference.

Invitation to Review

CHI2004 invites you to sign up to review submissions to the conference venues. To sign up to review, please visit PCS and create an account if you do not already have one. If you already have an account, please update your profile. A current profile helps the venue chairs match submissions to reviewers. There are many new keywords this year, so please visit the Reviewer Volunteer Center and be prepared to be among the first to read and critique some of the freshest and most interesting work on HCI!

Remember, by agreeing to review you also agree to keep submissions you review confidential. We value our reviewers highly and take your comments and critique very seriously - reviewers are critical to the high quality standard and play an active part in shaping the conference and its publications.

If you are are assigned submissions to review, please see the Reviewing Submissions page for suggestions to assist your review.

Invitation to Mentor

Experienced members of the HCI community are needed to mentor potential submitters new to the CHI Conference. Please use the Reviewer Volunteer Center to sign up as a candidate mentor.

Community Liaisons

CHI2004 volunteers provide three forms of community liaison:

  • Geographic liaisons cover familiar regions of the world
  • Language liaisons cover linguistic communities
  • Domain liaisons cover communities of practice

Community Liaisons will facilitate communication and information flow between CHI2004 individuals interested in human-computer interaction around the world. The liaisons will be able to answer questions about CHI2004 submission categories and logistics.

If you would like to volunteer as a regional, language, or community liaison, please email and let us know about your interest areas, abilities, and the time you have available to volunteer.

Student Volunteers

Student Volunteers are an integral part of the success of each CHI conference. Students from all disciplines and cultures are invited to be part of the most exciting event in the HCI field. A wide variety of positions are available at the conference. Many of the duties are not glamorous, but all provide opportunities to interact with CHI2004 contributors, attendees, and committee members from all parts of the world and from diverse areas of the HCI community. Please visit the Student Volunteer News special web page to view postings from the Student Volunteers co-chairs and to take part in the SV online community.

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