Quantified Self & Personal Informatics, Parallel Session at HCI International 2016

“Quantified Self & Personal Informatics”
Parallel Session at HCI International 2016,
17-22 July, Toronto, Canada.


This Parallel Session @ HCII 2016 aims to bring together a multidisciplinary set of researchers and industry professionals interested in Quantified Self & Personal Informatics. The session is part of the conference’s thematic area Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction.

Website: https://qsandpi.wordpress.com/


includes, but are not limited to the following:

Life-logging, life-caching, life-streaming
Personal Data / Human Data
Self monitoring
Wellbeing monitoring
Emotional awareness
Psychological self-assessments
Location tracking
Digitizing personal states
Design for Quality of Life Technologies
Personal/ Human Data Visualization
Personal/ Human Data Interaction


The HCI International 2016 Conference Proceedings are published by Springer in a multi-volume set. Papers will appear in volumes of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) and Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series. Poster Extended Abstracts will be published in the Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series.


From 15 October 2015 contact the session organizer to manifest interest to participate to the session

  • 15 December 2015 – Abstract submission (2-4 Pages) through the CMS, for the review process
  • 15 January 2016 - Notification of review outcome
  • 12 February 2016 – Submission through the CMS of the camera-ready version (full papers, typically 10 pages, with minimum 8 pages long, maximum 12 pages long) and conference registration.


Alessandro Marcengo, Telecom Italia
Federica Cena, University of Turin
Amon Rapp, University of Turin


Please contact Alessandro Marcengo
[alessandro.marcengo@telecomitalia.it] if you are interested in submitting a paper. You will then receive a personal invite through the Conference Management System.


HCI International 2016 incorporates 14 Conferences / Thematic Areas, expecting to attract over 2,000 participants from around the world. The program will feature pre-conference tutorials, an opening session with a keynote address, parallel sessions, poster presentations, and an exhibition where attendees will be able to examine state-of-the-art HCI technology and interact with representatives of manufacturers, vendors, publishers, and potential employers. HCI International 2016 promises to be an unforgettable cluster of high quality international scientific events, and an ideal occasion to come to contact with the rapidly evolving ICT market worldwide.