Prof. Sunjun Kim's outstanding achievement at CHI 2020 International Conference (BK21 Top Conference, Recognized IF: 4)

2020.03.10

Professor Sunjun Kim (DGIST ICE) publishes four papers (one first-author paper and three co-author papers) about user interfaces on CHI 2020, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (BK21 Top Conference, Recognized IF: 4). His first-author paper is about observations of the effect of computer mouse sensor position on user performance, and the method for sensor position optimization (*1). One paper gets an Honorable Mention Award, which is about automatically optimizing mouse gain function for an individual user (*2, led by Byungjoo Lee at KAIST).

 

*1 Sunjun Kim, Byungjoo Lee, Thomas van Gemert, and Antti Oulasvirta, Optimal Sensor Position for a Computer Mouse

*2 Byungjoo Lee, Mathieu Nancel, Sunjun Kim, and Antti Oulasvirta, AutoGain: Gain Function Adaptation with Submovement Efficiency Optimization

 

This outstanding achievement is the top 1% (17 out of 2936) among the CHI 2020 authors. (ref: https://www.whatthehci.com/chi20/authors)