User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization

8 - 11 July, 2018 at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

About UMAP

UMAP – User Modelling, Adaptation and Personalization – is the premier international conference for researchers and practitioners working on systems that adapt to individual users, to groups of users, and that collect, represent, and model user information. UMAP is the successor to the biennial User Modeling (UM) and Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-based Systems (AH) conferences that were merged in 2009. It is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI and SIGWEB, and organized with User Modeling Inc. as the Steering Committee. The proceedings are published by ACM and will be part of the ACM Digital Library.

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Conference Navigator

UMAP 2018 is again supported by Conference Navigator for personal scheduling, social linking and personalized recommendations of papers. (more details)

Open Access to Proceedings

Links in the following pages allow free access to the conference papers maintained in the ACM DL: proceedings, adjunct publication.

Ways to the Conference Venue

To find ways from the airport, MRT stations, and hotels to the conference venue, please download the guidance here.

Program Overview Available

An overview of the program is available here. Detailed program (with location specification) can be found here.

Student Travel Support

UMAP will have over US$39,000 to distribute for student travel from SIGCHI, SIGWEB, NSF, Microsoft and User Modeling, Inc. (more details)

Call for Contributions

UMAP 2018 now invites contributions of regular research papers, workshop proposals, tutorial proposals, and demos, posters and late-breaking results. (more details)

ACM UMAP 2018 Online

We’re very excited that UMAP2018 website gets online!
More details are coming soon!
Please download the flyer and post it at your organization.

Keynote speakers

Yuanchun Shi

Interpreting user input intention
in natural human computer interaction 

Ana Paiva

Robots that listen to people's hearts:
the role of emotions in the communication between humans and social robots

Barry Smyth

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