The ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces. Sponsored by ACM special interest groups on computer-human interaction (SIGCHI) and computer graphics (SIGGRAPH), UIST brings together people from diverse areas including graphical & web user interfaces, tangible & ubiquitous computing, virtual & augmented reality, multimedia, new input & output devices, and CSCW. The intimate size and intensive program make UIST an ideal opportunity to exchange research results and ideas.
|10/31/22||Main conference begins|
|10/29/22||Check out the ACM OpenTOCs (table of contents) of the UIST ’22 proceedings for open access to all papers|
|9/7/22||We're thrilled to announce our keynote speakers for UIST 2022!|
|8/23/22||We're pleased to announce Meta Reality labs as a platinum sponsor.|
|8/16/22||Papers program is now available!|
|8/16/22||Registration and conference hotel booking are now open!|
|8/10/22||Check out the preview of accepted papers for the UIST 2022 program.|
|7/26/22||Updated info released on attending and accessibility pages.|
|7/19/22||Details on applying to be a student volunteer have been released|
Details on each speaker's talk are forthcoming.
Ted Chiang is an American science fiction writer. Chiang's fiction has won four Hugo, four Nebula, and six Locus Awards, and has been reprinted in Best American Short Stories. His first collection Stories of Your Life and Others has been translated into twenty-one languages, and the title story was the basis for the Oscar-nominated film Arrival starring Amy Adams. His second collection Exhalation was chosen by The New York Times as one of the 10 Best Books of 2019.
Chiang holds a degree in Computer Science from Brown University and is a graduate of the Clarion Writers Workshop.
Marissa Mayer is CEO and cofounder of Sunshine, a startup focused on making everyday tasks easier. Previously, Marissa served as CEO & President of Yahoo. At Yahoo, she led a full-scale transformation of the company—rejuvenating its culture, hiring more than 5,000 people, growing users to more than 1 billion people worldwide with over 600 million users on mobile, and transforming Yahoo’s business. During her tenure, she oversaw the creation of more than $40 billion of shareholder value.
Prior to Yahoo, Marissa spent 13 years at Google, where she joined as the twentieth employee and first woman engineer. She played an instrumental role leading Google Search as well as Google Maps, Google News, and other consumer products. Previously, Marissa graduated with honors from Stanford University with a BS in Symbolic Systems and a MS in Computer Science, with a specialization in artificial intelligence.