40 years of HCI International. Join us in Washington DC to celebrate


The use and role of technology in the business and organizational context have always been at the heart of Human-Computer Interaction since the start of management information systems. In general, HCI research in such context is concerned with the ways humans interact with information, technologies, and tasks in the business, managerial, and organizational contexts. Hence, the focus lies in understanding the relationships and interactions between people (e.g., management, users, implementers, designers, developers, senior executives, and vendors), tasks, contexts, information, and technology. Today, with the explosion of social media, big data and the Internet of Things, new pathways are opening towards this direction, which need to be investigated and exploited.

The 11th International Conference on HCI in Business, Government and Organizations (HCIBGO), an affiliated conference of the HCI International Conference, promotes and supports multidisciplinary dialogue, cross-fertilization of ideas and greater synergies between research, academia and stakeholders in the business, managerial and organizational domain.

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The related topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Accessibility and assistive technologies
  • Analytics and visualization
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Augmented intelligence
  • Augmented reality and mixed reality
  • Business analytics and data science
  • Business applications for home/leisure context
  • Business dashboards
  • Computer-supported collaboration and decision-making
  • Context-aware interaction
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Cybersecurity
  • Digital transformation
  • Electronic business
  • Electronic government
  • Electronic, mobile and ubiquitous commerce
  • Emerging interfaces
  • Environmental, social and corporate governance
  • Eye-tracking
  • Eyes-free interaction
  • Fintech and RegTech
  • Gamification/gaming
  • Generative AI and ChatGPT
  • Haptic interaction
  • Human-centered AI
  • Human-robotic interaction
  • Industry 4.0
  • Information systems in human resources, accounting, finance, enterprise, healthcare, marketing, supply chain, and marketplace
  • Mental models
  • Metaverse and virtual worlds
  • Mobile user interface design
  • Multimodal interaction
  • Negotiation and auctions
  • NeuroIS
  • Online trust
  • Open innovation
  • Personalization and customization
  • Pervasive computing
  • Privacy and/or security
  • Robotic process automation
  • Smart cities
  • Smart health
  • Social and collaborative shopping in e-commerce
  • Social media and social communities in business
  • Surface computing, gesture-based computing, and multi-touch interaction
  • Tactile interface
  • Technology and gender
  • Technopreneurship
  • Valuation of technology and interfaces
  • Voice and conversational interaction
  • Wearable devices/technology
  • Web search and retrieval

Prospective contributors are encouraged to download the Open Access HCII White paper 'Seven HCI Grand Challenges' to identify potential topics of interest related to the HCIBGO Conference.

  • Program Chair


    City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  • Program Chair

    Keng Siau

    City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  • Board Members

  • Kaveh Abhari
    San Diego State University, United States
  • Andreas Auinger
    University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
  • Denise Baker
    National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (CDC-NIOSH), Mine Safety and Research, United States
  • Gaurav Bansal
    University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, United States
  • Valerie Bartelt
    University of Tampa, United States
  • Kaveh Bazargan
    Allameh Tabataba'i University, France
  • Xiaofang Cai
    Southern University of Science and Technology, P.R. China
  • Langtao Chen
    The University of Tulsa, United States
  • Constantinos K. Coursaris
    HEC Montreal, Canada
  • Brenda Eschenbrenner
    University of Nebraska at Kearney, United States
  • Ann Fruhling
    University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States
  • Jie Mein Goh
    Simon Fraser University, Canada
  • Netta Iivari
    University of Oulu, Finland
  • Qiqi Jiang
    Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Yi-Cheng Ku
    Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
  • Samuli Laato
    Tampere University, Finland
  • Murad Moqbel
    University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States
  • Xixian Peng
    Zhejiang University, P.R. China
  • Martin Stabauer
    Johannes Kepler University, Austria
  • Werner Wetzlinger
    University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
  • Dezhi Wu
    University of South Carolina, United States
  • I-Chin Wu
    National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  • Nannan Xi
    Tampere University, Finland
  • Haifeng Xu
    Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China
  • Yu-chen Yang
    National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
  • Xuhong Ye
    Zhejiang University of Technology, P.R. China
  • Jie YU
    University of Nottingham Ningbo China, P.R. China

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