Full Papers

Full papers are original contributions from a broad range of disciplines including: human-computer interaction, computer science, engineering, speech technology, linguistics, psychology, cognitive sciences, sociology and other cognate disciplines.



6-8 page anonymised papers (excluding references) using the current ACM proceedings templates (link to templates – Note: for MS Word please use the Interim layout | for LaTeX please use the sigconf format). Each paper will be peer reviewed by 3 expert reviewers. Submissions must be made using the EasyChair website: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cui2020. Accepted full papers will be archived in the ACM Digital Library and authors be given an oral presentation slot at the conference.

Paper Chairs

  • Benjamin Cowan (University College Dublin)
  • Heloisa Candello (IBM Research Brasil)
  • Jennifer Pearson (Swansea University)


Important Dates

Full Papers submission deadline: February 14th 2020, 23:59 GMT+1 Full Papers extended submission deadline: February 21th 2020, 23:59 GMT+1

Notification: April 28th

Camera ready version: May 24th 2020, 23:59 GMT+1


Accepted Full Papers

  • Yunhan Wu, Justin Edwards, Orla Cooney, Anna Bleakley, Philip Doyle, Leigh Clark, Daniel Rough and Benjamin R. Cowan. Mental Workload and Language Production in Non-Native Speaker IPA Interaction
  • Philipp Kirschthaler, Martin Porcheron and Joel Fischer. What Can I Say? Effects of Discoverability in VUIs on Task Performance and User Experience
  • Mateusz Dubiel, Pilar Oplustil, Martin Halvey and Simon King. Persuasive Synthetic Speech: Voice Perception and User Behaviour
  • Victor Martinez and James Kennedy. A Multiparty Dialogue System with Concurrent Conversation Tracking and Memory
  • Birgit Brüggemeier, Michael Breiter, Miriam Kurz and Johanna Schiwy. User Experience of Alexa when controlling music – comparison of face and construct validity of four questionnaires
  • Selina Jeanne Sutton. Gender Ambiguous, not Genderless: designing gender inVoice User Interfaces (VUIs) with sensitivity
  • Minha Lee. Speech acts redux: Beyond request-response interactions
  • Sebastian Zepf, Arijit Gupta, Jan-Peter Krämer and Wolfgang Minker. EmpathicSDS: Investigating Lexical and Acoustic Mimicry to Improve Perceived Empathy in Speech Dialogue Systems
  • Sihan Yuan, Birgit Brüggemeier, Stefan Hillmann and Thilo Michael. User Preference and Categories for Error Responses in Conversational User Interfaces
  • Daniela Stier, Katherine Munro, Ulrich Heid and Wolfgang Minker. Towards Situation-Adaptive In-Vehicle Voice Output
  • Fabricio Barth, Heloisa Candello, Paulo Cavalin and Claudio Pinhanez. Intentions, Meanings, and Whys: Designing Content for Voice-based Conversational Museum Guides
  • Fabio Catania, Micol Spitale, Giulia Cosentino and Franca Garzotto. What is the Best Action for Children to «Wake Up» and «Put to Sleep» a conversational agent? A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Approach
  • Razan Jaber and Donald McMillan. Conversational User Interfaces on Mobile Devices: A Survey