ACM UMAP 2019, the 27th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptatoon and Personalization will take place 9-12 June 2019 in Larnaca, Cyprus.
The following paper has been chosen as the recipient of the 2016 James Chen Annual Award for Best Journal Article.
Bruno Lepri, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
Jacopo Staiano, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, LIP6, Paris, France
Erez Shmueli, Dep. of Industrial Engineering, Tel-Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel
Fabio Pianesi, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
Alex Pentland, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA
The role of personality in shaping social networks and mediating behavioral change
UMUAI 26(2-3), 143–175
The UMAP conference series, sponsored by ACM and coordinated by User Modeling Inc. is looking for future hosts, for 2020 and beyond.
When hosting UMAP the ACM takes all of the financial responsibility and therefore needs to approve a detailed bid with budget info. This is why we must start the preparations almost two years in advance.
UMAP is a conference with typically between 130 and 190 participants. UM Inc may provide some limited funds for sponsoring PhD students who wish to attend. ACM will contribute too. But to ensure good student participation you should look for other sponsors as well.
UM Inc. collaborates closely with the organizer in selecting general and program co-chairs and other people involved and in practical matters like selecting the dates, the conference structure, etc.
The bids have to be sent by email to Lora Aroyo (president) Cristina Gena (secretary), no later than December 15, 2017.
UMAP 2018, the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization will take place July 8-11, 2018 in Singapore. General Chairs are Jie Zhang and Tanja Mitrovic. Program Chairs are David Chin and Li Chen.
January 14, 2018: Workshop proposal submission
February 25, 2018: Regular paper abstract submission
March 4, 2018: Full paper submission
March 11, 2018: Tutorial proposals
March 25, 2018: Submission of doctoral consortium papers
April 22, 2018: Submission of demos, posters and LBR papers
Experimental Analysis of Mastery Learning Criteria
Radek Pelánek and Jiří Řihák
Out of the Fr-“Eye”-ing Pan: Towards Gaze-Based Models of Attention during Learning with Technology in the Classroom
Stephen Hutt, Caitlin Mills, Nigel Bosch, Kristina Krasich, James Brockmole and Sidney D’Mello
Fine-Grained Open Learner Models: Complexity Versus Support
Julio Guerra-Hollstein, Jordan Barria-Pineda, Christian D. Schunn, Susan Bull and Peter Brusilovsky
The following paper has been chosen as the recipient of the 2015 James Chen Annual Award for Best Journal Article.
Dietmar Jannach, Lukas Lerche, Iman Kamehkhosh, Michael Jugovac
What recommenders recommend: an analysis of recommendation biases and possible countermeasures
UMUAI Vol. 25, issue 5, pp. 427–491
It was selected based on nominations from journal reviewers and editorial board members, and a subsequent comparative review by an award committee.
Predicting Individual Differences for Learner Modeling in Intelligent Tutors from Previous Learner Activities
Michael Eagle, Albert Corbett, John Stamper, Bruce Mclaren and Ryan Baker
On the Value of Reminders within E-Commerce Recommendations
Lukas Lerche, Dietmar Jannach and Malte Ludewig
Analyzing and Predicting Task Reminders
David Graus, Paul Bennett, Ryen White and Eric Horvitz
Springer celebrates 25 years of UMUAI - User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction - with free access to the Special Issue on Personality in Personalized Systems (edited by Marko Tkalcic, Daniele Quercia and Sabine Graf).