Attend

  • Important Dates

    All times are midnight CET

  • Jun 5: Full paper abstracts submission
  • Jun 12: Full papers due
  • Jun 26: Workshop topic descriptions due
  • Jul 3: Doctoral Consortium applications due
  • Jul 31: Full papers and Doctoral Consortium notifications sent
  • Aug 7: Blue Sky Ideas papers due
  • Aug 11: Second round of Doctoral Consortium applications due
  • Aug 14: WiP papers and Demo papers due
  • Aug 20: WiP and Demo notifications sent, Full papers camera ready due
  • Aug 24: Blue Sky Ideas notifications sent
  • Sep 8: Second round of Doctoral Consortium notifications sent
  • Sep 20: WiP and Demo camera ready due
  • Sep 30: Blue Sky Ideas camera ready due
  • Oct 25–29: HCOMP2020
  • Conference Location

HCOMP 2020 is going to be held virtually, and will be co-hosted by the Dutch institute for media culture Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. Read the full announcement here.

  • Conference Registration

Please visit the registration webpage for more information.

  • Code of Conduct

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  • Workshops

Please check here for more information on the workshops.

  • Doctoral Consortium

The Doctoral Consortium provides doctoral students with a unique opportunity to meet each other and experienced researchers in the field. Students will be mentored by a group of faculty who are leaders in the diverse specialties that make up the HCOMP field.

  • CrowdCamp

CrowdCamp started as a one-day hackathon for researchers and practitioners with interests in crowdsourcing, human computation, social media, and collective intelligence. CrowdCamp has been going on since 2011, at first co-located with CHI, then with CSCW, and since 2014 with HCOMP. Historically, CrowdCamp’s focus for participants has been aimed at creating deliverable prototypes or study designs during the workshop.

You can find details of previous editions here. Prior CrowdCamp projects have resulted in top-tier conference publications, blog posts, and on-going research. For the past several years the primary theme of CrowdCamp has been the Human-AI Collaboration.

   JOIN NOW! CrowdCamp2020 introduced an exciting online data challenge - CATS4ML: Crowdsourcing Adverse Test Sets for Machine Learning. The challenge is open for participation until 30 April, 2021.

By participating in this challenge you will join the global research community in using the power of crowdsourcing to discover AI blindspots in the Open Images Dataset.

Winning contributions will be presented at CrowdCamp 2021 and invited to co-author a paper describing the research breakthroughs.


For more information on CrowdCamp, please check its call.

  • Social Events

We will have many social events to help you have fun at HCOMP2020! Please check here for more information.

  • Stay CONNECTED: HCOMP COMMUNITY

We welcome everyone who is interested in crowdsourcing and human computation to:

  • Join crowd-hcomp Google Group (mailing list) to post and receive crowdsourcing and human computation email announcements (e.g., calls-for-papers, job openings, etc.) including updates here about the conference. To subscribe send an email to crowd-hcomp+subscribe@googlegroups.com.
  • Check our Google Group webpage to view the archive of past communications on the HCOMP mailing list
  • Visit the HCOMP blog where we post about new ideas for ideas related to crowd and social computing research.
  • Keep track of our twitter hashtag #HCOMP2021.
  • Join the HCOMP Slack Community to be in touch with researchers, industry players, practitioners, and crowd workers around Human Computation and relevant topics.