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  • Reasonably active participant in the ACM SIGCHI community, but also considers outstanding practitioners active in other professional communities.
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This award is given to individuals who promote the application of human-computer interaction research to pressing social needs. The recipient will have past or current work within the HCI profession that demonstrates social benefit, such as:

  • Facilitating use of computer and telecommunication technology by diverse populations
  • Increasing access to technology for those with limited educational opportunities
  • Reducing economic barriers for access to information and communication technologies
  • Promoting privacy, security, trust, and safety
  • Improving medical care, education, housing, water supplies, and nutrition
  • Supporting technologies for international development and conflict resolution
  • Improving human communication and reducing isolation
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This award is given to individuals who promote the application of human-computer interaction research to pressing social needs. The recipient will have past or current work within the HCI profession that demonstrates social benefit. Example criteria include:

  • Facilitating use of computer and telecommunication technology by diverse populations.
  • Increasing access to technology for those with limited educational opportunities.
  • Reducing economic barriers for access to information and communication technologies.
  • Promoting privacy, security, trust, and safety.
  • Improving medical care, education, housing, water supplies, and nutrition.
  • Supporting technologies for international development and conflict resolution.
  • Improving human communication and reducing isolation.
  • Reasonably active participant in the ACM SIGCHI community, although outstanding individuals active in other professional communities are considered.
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  • Influence on the work of others.
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  • Influence on the work of others.
  • Reasonably active participant in the ACM SIGCHI community.
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The SIGCHI Awards recognize and honor outstanding contributions to the field of human-computer interaction by members of the SIGCHI community. Exceptional people from outside this community may be recognized as well.

SIGCHI identifies and honors leaders and shapers of the field of human-computer interaction with the SIGCHI Awards. We recognize individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the field of human-computer interaction.

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The SIGCHI Awards recognize and honor leaders and shapers within the field of human-computer interaction. Recipients are normally chosen from reasonably active members of the SIGCHI Community.

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  • SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award,
  • SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award,
  • election to the CHI Academy,
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  • SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award
  • SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award
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  • SIGCHI Social Impact Award.
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  • SIGCHI Social Impact Award
  • Election to the CHI Academy
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Cumulative contributions to the field. Influence on the work of others. Development of new research directions.

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  • Cumulative contributions to the field.
  • Influence on the work of others.
  • Development of new research directions.
  • Reasonably active participant in the ACM SIGCHI community, although people outside of this community with outstanding and relevant achievements are considered in exceptional circumstances
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Cumulative contributions to the field directly and through the leadership of others. Innovation and the stimulation of innovation through practice. Impact on the field, industry, and society. Influence on the work of others, and the growth of other HCI practitioners and researchers. Successful application of human-computer interaction to products, services, and systems.

CHI Academy

The CHI Academy is an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. These are the principal leaders of the field, whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and/or industry, and led the research and/or innovation in human-computer interaction. The criteria for election to the CHI Academy are: Cumulative contributions to the field. Impact on the field through development of new research directions and/or innovations. Influence on the work of others.

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  • Cumulative contributions to the field directly and through the leadership of others.
  • Innovation and the stimulation of innovation through practice.
  • Impact on the field, industry, and society.
  • Influence on the work of others, and the growth of other HCI practitioners and researchers.
  • Successful application of human-computer interaction to products, services, and systems.
  • Reasonably active participant in the ACM SIGCHI community, but also considers outstanding practitioners active in other professional communities.
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The SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award goes to individuals who have contributed to the growth of SIGCHI in a variety of capacities. This award is for extended services to the community at large over a number of years. Criteria for this award are:

Service to SIGCHI and its activities in a variety of capacities. Extended contributions over many years. Influence on the community at large.

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The SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award goes to individuals who have contributed to the growth and success of SIGCHI in a variety of capacities. This award is for extended services to the community at large over a number of years. Criteria for this award are:

  • Service to SIGCHI and its activities in a variety of capacities.
  • Extended contributions over many years.
  • Influence on the community at large.
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This award is given to individuals who promote the application of human-computer interaction research to pressing social needs. The recipient should have past or current work within the HCI profession that demonstrates social benefit according to criteria such as:

facilitating use of computer and telecommunication technology by diverse populations increasing access to technology for those with limited educational opportunities reducing economic barriers for access to information and communication technologies promoting privacy, security, trust, and safety improving medical care, education, housing, water supplies, and nutrition supporting technologies for international development and conflict resolution improving human communication and reducing isolation The committee's award statement will describe the positive impact that the person or team has achieved. ACM SIGCHI appreciates Ben Shneiderman's efforts in initiating this award, providing seed funding, and advising in the selection process.

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This award is given to individuals who promote the application of human-computer interaction research to pressing social needs. The recipient will have past or current work within the HCI profession that demonstrates social benefit, such as:

  • Facilitating use of computer and telecommunication technology by diverse populations
  • Increasing access to technology for those with limited educational opportunities
  • Reducing economic barriers for access to information and communication technologies
  • Promoting privacy, security, trust, and safety
  • Improving medical care, education, housing, water supplies, and nutrition
  • Supporting technologies for international development and conflict resolution
  • Improving human communication and reducing isolation

The committee's award statement will describe the positive impact that the person or team has achieved. ACM SIGCHI appreciates Ben Shneiderman's efforts in initiating this award, providing seed funding, and advising in the selection process.

CHI Academy

The CHI Academy is an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. These are the principal leaders of the field, whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and/or industry, and led the research and/or innovation in human-computer interaction. The criteria for election to the CHI Academy are:

  • Cumulative contributions to the field.
  • Impact on the field through development of new research directions and/or innovations.
  • Influence on the work of others.
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The SIGCHI Awards recognize and honor outstanding contributions to the field of human-computer interaction by members of the SIGCHI community. Exceptional people from outside this community may be recognized as well.

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SIGCHI Awards

SIGCHI identifies and honors leaders and shapers of the field of human-computer interaction with the SIGCHI Awards. We recognize individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the field of human-computer interaction.

There are five kinds of SIGCHI Awards:

  • SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award,
  • SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award,
  • election to the CHI Academy,
  • SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award
  • SIGCHI Social Impact Award.

The criteria for the awards are given below.

SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award

The SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award is presented to individuals for outstanding contributions to the study of human-computer interaction. This award recognizes the very best, most fundamental and influential research contributions. It is awarded for a lifetime of innovation and leadership and carries an honorarium of $5000. The criteria for the award are: Cumulative contributions to the field. Influence on the work of others. Development of new research directions.

SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award

The SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award is presented to individuals for outstanding contributions to the practice and understanding of human-computer interaction. This award recognizes the very best and most influential applications of human-computer interaction. It is awarded for a lifetime of innovation and leadership and carries an honorarium of $5000. The criteria for the award are: Cumulative contributions to the field directly and through the leadership of others. Innovation and the stimulation of innovation through practice. Impact on the field, industry, and society. Influence on the work of others, and the growth of other HCI practitioners and researchers. Successful application of human-computer interaction to products, services, and systems.

CHI Academy

The CHI Academy is an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. These are the principal leaders of the field, whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and/or industry, and led the research and/or innovation in human-computer interaction. The criteria for election to the CHI Academy are: Cumulative contributions to the field. Impact on the field through development of new research directions and/or innovations. Influence on the work of others.

SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award

The SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award goes to individuals who have contributed to the growth of SIGCHI in a variety of capacities. This award is for extended services to the community at large over a number of years. Criteria for this award are:

Service to SIGCHI and its activities in a variety of capacities. Extended contributions over many years. Influence on the community at large.

SIGCHI Social Impact Award

This award is given to individuals who promote the application of human-computer interaction research to pressing social needs. The recipient should have past or current work within the HCI profession that demonstrates social benefit according to criteria such as:

facilitating use of computer and telecommunication technology by diverse populations increasing access to technology for those with limited educational opportunities reducing economic barriers for access to information and communication technologies promoting privacy, security, trust, and safety improving medical care, education, housing, water supplies, and nutrition supporting technologies for international development and conflict resolution improving human communication and reducing isolation The committee's award statement will describe the positive impact that the person or team has achieved. ACM SIGCHI appreciates Ben Shneiderman's efforts in initiating this award, providing seed funding, and advising in the selection process.