PROGRAM COMMITTEE APPLICATION
We are welcoming applications to be on the TVX2015 Program Committee. This involves playing a key role in the submission and review process, including attendance at the PC meeting in Brussels. We are opening applications to members of the community, industry and academia who feel they can contribute to this group. (Please note that this call is to apply as Associate Chair, not for reviewing submissions)
The call for applications is now closed, notifications of acceptance will be sent out by 22 December.
Following the success of last year’s invitation for open applications to join our Technical Program Committee, we again invite applications for Associate Chairs. Successful applicants would be responsible for arranging and coordinating reviews for around 5 or 6 submissions in the main Full and Short Papers track of ACM TVX2015, and attend the Technical Program Committee meeting (strongly recommended in person) on March 6th in Brussels. Our aim is to broaden participation, ensuring a fully diverse Technical Program Committee, and to help widen the ACM TVX community to include a full range of perspectives.
We welcome applications from academics, industrial practitioners and (where appropriate) senior PhD students, who have expertise in Human Computer Interaction or related fields, and who have an interest in topics related to interactive experiences for television or online video. We would expect all applicants to have multiple ‘top-tier’ publications related to this area. You should have an expertise or interest in at least one or more topics in our call for papers, including:
- Content production
- Systems & infrastructures
- Devices & interaction techniques
- Experience design and evaluation
- Media studies
- Data science and recommendations
- Business models & marketing
- Innovative concepts and media art
If you have any queries or questions, please direct them to our Inclusion and Accessibility Chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Reuben Kirkham and Tom Evens (Inclusion and Accessibility Chairs)