IHC Best Paper Award

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Since its first editions, the IHC (Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems), has awarded the Best Paper Award to articles chosen by the program committee among those that received the best evaluations from reviewers in each edition.

IHC 2023

Research Papers

  • Best PaperMaking roads safer: a vehicle blind spot alert system co-designed with end-users
    Pedro Lisboa (Centro Universitário Facens), Felipe Pires (Centro Universitário Facens), Herick Ribeiro (Centro Universitário Facens), Pietro Campos (Centro Universitário Facens), Luciana A. M. Zaina (UFSCar)
  • Honorable Mention: Cross-cultural adaptation of the Intrinsic Motivation Inventory Task Evaluation Questionnaire into Brazilian Portuguese
    Caio Nunes (UFC) Ticianne Darin (UFC)
  • Honorable Mention: Perceptions about Usefulness and Attitudes toward UX work: a survey with software startup Brazilian professionals
    Guilherme Guerino (UNESPAR), Suéllen Martinelli (UFSCar), Joelma Choma (UFSCar), Gislaine Camila Leal (UEM), Renato Balancieri (UNESPAR), Luciana Zaina (UFSCar)


Insightful Ideas and Emerging Results

  • Best paper: Feasibility Study of a Model that evaluates the Learner Experience: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
    Gabriela Dos Santos (UFPR), Deivid Eive (UFPR), Natasha Valentim (UFPR)
  • Honorable Mention : Evaluating a MALTU Extension for UbiComp and IoT Systems
    Carlos Feitosa (UFC), Ingrid Monteiro (UFC)
  • Honorable Mention : Once upon a time… you! A game to support health professionals in the treatment of children with chronic diseases, helping them to express their feelings
    Aline Verhalen (USP), Tiago Marino (USP), Kamila Rodrigues (USP)


Experience report

  • Best paper: May We Consult ChatGPT in Our Human-Computer Interaction Written Exam? An Experience Report After a Professor Answered Yes
    André Pimenta Freire (UFLA), Paula Christina Figueira Cardoso (UFLA), André de Lima Salgado (UFLA)
  • Honorable Mention: Encouraging learners to seek and explain communicability issues about Consent Request
    Wesley Nunes da Silva (UFF), Mônica da Silva (UFF), Luciana C. de Castro Salgado (UFF)
  • Honorable Mention: 232360 Online interaction codesign: an experience report with elderly women
    Valéria Argôlo Rosa (UESB), Ecivaldo de Souza Matos (UFBA), Diego Zabot (UFBA), Juliana Maria Oliveira dos Santos (UFBA)


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  • Best Paper Award: Bringing interface design and software development processes together: how organizational issues impact product’s usability
    Maria Cecilia Calani Baranauskas, Juliana Salles, Roberto Bigonha

IHC 2000

  • Best Paper Award: Missing and declining affordances: Are these appropriate concepts?
    Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza, Raquel Oliveira Prates, Tom Carey
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