CHI Academy

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The CHI Academy is a group of researchers honored by SIGCHI, the Special Interest Group in Computer–Human Interaction of the Association for Computing Machinery. Each year, 5–7 new members are elected for having made a significant, cumulative contributions to the development of the field of human–computer interaction and have influenced the research of others.

Inductees by year[edit]

Year New members
2001 Stuart Card, James D. Foley, Morten Kyng, Thomas P. Moran, Don Norman, Judith S. Olson, Ben Shneiderman
2002 William A. S. Buxton, John M. Carroll, Douglas Engelbart, Sara Kiesler, Thomas K. Landauer, Lucy Suchman
2003 Thomas Green, James D. Hollan, Robert E. Kraut, Gary M. Olson, Peter G. Polson
2004 George Furnas, Jonathan Grudin, William M. Newman, Brad Myers, Dan Olsen, Brian Shackel, Terry Winograd
2005 Ron Baecker, Susan Dumais, John Gould, Saul Greenberg, Bonnie E. John, Andrew Monk
2006 Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Scott Hudson, Hiroshi Ishii, Jakob Nielsen, Peter Pirolli, George Robertson
2007 Joëlle Coutaz, Karen Holtzblatt, Gerhard Fischer, Robert J.K. Jacob, Jun Rekimoto, Christopher Schmandt
2008 Gregory Abowd, Paul Dourish, Wendy Kellogg, Randy Pausch, Mary Beth Rosson, Steve Whittaker
2009 Mark Ackerman, Bill Gaver, Clayton Lewis, Wendy Mackay, Aaron Marcus, Elizabeth Mynatt, Tom Rodden
2010 Susanne Bødker, Mary Czerwinski, Austin Henderson, David Kieras, Arnie Lund, Larry Tesler, Shumin Zhai
2011 Ravin Balakrishnan, Steven Feiner, Joseph Konstan, James Landay, Jenny Preece, Abigail Sellen, Dennis Wixon
2012 Ben Bederson, Steve Benford, Hugh Dubberly, Carl Gutwin, Joy Mountford, Alan Newell, Yvonne Rogers
2013 Patrick Baudisch, Victoria Bellotti, Alan Dix, Clarisse De Souza, Bonnie Nardi, Rebecca Grinter, Thomas Tullis, Eric Horvitz
2014 Susan Dray, W. Keith Edwards, Jodi Forlizzi, Richard H. R. Harper, Ken Hinckley, Jeff A. Johnson, Gary Marsden, John C. Tang

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