UIST '02

Paris, France

 

15th annual symposium

27-30 oct. 2002

User Interface Software &Technology

info@uist.org

 

 

 

UIST 2002 Student Volunteers

Welcome! If you would like to be a student volunteer for UIST 2002, you've found the right page.

The UIST 2002 Student Volunteer chair is Eric Lecolinet (elc@enst.fr).

Timetable

To apply to be a student volunteer, please complete the SV request form below. The deadline for applying to be a UIST SV is September 1st. SVs will be selected a few days later so that anyone travelling long distances has the opportunity to get inexpensive plane tickets.

<NEW!> Student Volunteer Request Form <NEW!>

To apply to be a student volunteer, please email the information below (with subject "UIST SV") to Eric Lecolinet at elc@enst.fr.

  • Name and email:
  • Country:
  • University:
  • Degree Program:
  • Year in program:
  • Advisor:
  • Number of previous UISTs attended:
  • Have you been a UIST student volunteer before (when):
  • Have you been a student volunteer in other conferences (which ones):
  • Spoken language(s):

If you have any questions/problems, please send mail to elc@enst.fr.

Benefits and Duties

If you are a UIST Student Volunteer, you get...

  • Free conference registration
  • Free T-shirt
  • A chance to attend the premier forum for innovations in developing human-computer interfaces

In the past, volunteers have been given up to three nights of free housing as well. As soon as this year's housing benefit is confirmed, we will post information about it.

All you need to do is help us set-up the conference and do needed work during the conference. There will be at most 10 hours of work for each of the volunteers to do.

Arriving and Leaving

When you arrive at the conference is somewhat flexible, but you should try to arrive at least a couple hours before the start of the conference on Sunday.

When you leave is also flexible, but you should try to plan it so you don't leave the hotel until sessions end on Wednesday. Also, we strongly encourage you to put off leaving until as late as you possibly can, because it's traditional to have a small party for SVs after UIST (or occasionally during UIST). The time and place for this party will be announced when we know all the SVs' travel plans.

Work Schedules

To give you an idea of what to expect, last year's schedule is available here.