A student who successfully attends the course:
- can clearly present his or her research work to an audience of junior and senior researchers in information science
- can orally contribute to the scientific discussion after the presentation of a topic in information science
- has gained a broad perspective on the HCI work field
Individual presentation, attendance points.
To pass the course, you need to have 12 attendance points in total.
One of the attendance points will be obtained by presenting your own thesis. Sometimes it is also possible to get attendance points at certain conferences or talks
When you have made your presentation and collected all attendance points, contact the HCI Colloquium coordinator by communicating your name and student ID to get your ECs registered.
See Blackboard for further details.
The HCI Colloquium is a required course for every student in the program. It consists of regular meetings in which students interact about their thesis progress or visit presentations about HCI-related theses, topics, or professional experiences.
A colloquium meeting typically lasts one or two hours and consists of one or two presentations with room for follow-up discussions. Participation in the HCI Colloquium is one of the requirements to graduate from the HCI program.
All necessary information about the HCI Colloquium can be found on the corresponding Blackboard page, including the schedule, the current state of your attendance points, and regular reminders about upcoming sessions.
When you are ready to schedule your own thesis presentation, send a request to the HCI Colloquium coordinator. This request should include the names of your supervisors, a work title and an abstract.
Discussions, student presentations.