The CHI 2002 Conference is sponsored by ACM's Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI).
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The scope of SIGCHI consists of the study of the human-computer interaction process and includes research, design, development, and evaluation efforts for interactive computer systems. The focus of SIGCHI is on how people communicate and interact with a broadly-defined range of computer systems. SIGCHI serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among computer scientists, human factors scientists, psychologists, social scientists, system designers, and end users. Over 4,500 professionals work together toward common goals and objectives.
SIGCHI sponsors or co-sponsors many conferences related to human-computer interaction.
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