ACM SUI 2017 Student Volunteers

The 5th ACM SUI (the Association for Computing Machinery Spatial User Interaction) Symposium will be in Brighton, UK on October 16th and 17th. The symposium is looking for applicants for the student volunteer program who will be able to be on-site at the symposium headquarters at the Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront in Brighton, UK for the duration of the symposium.

Important Dates

 ● Application DeadlineAugust 25, 2017
 ● Result NotificationSeptember 1, 2017

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

  • Current Undergraduate or Graduate student OR recent graduate

  • Be able to commit a minimum of 10 hours to the conference

  • Be able to attend the conference in Brighton, UK


To apply, fill out the application at the following Application Form

Then, make an account at the following link:

Benefits and Duties

If you are an ACM SUI Student Volunteer, you are committed to volunteer for approximately 10 hours during the conference. In return, you get…

  • Free conference registration and housing during the conference.

  • A chance to participate in a conference for innovations on interactive surfaces and network with researchers in the field

Student volunteers are vital to the success of a conference. They allow conferences to run smoothly and provide attendees a friendly go-to person for assistance. They are also the heroes/heroines that help resolve any unexpected situations. Their specific duties include: bag stuffing, registration desk, AV assistance, poster and demo setup, badge checking, break monitoring, social media assistance and etc. SVs usually get to attend most of the sessions, even when volunteering.

Arriving and Leaving

SVs need to be available to help throughout the conference. You will need to arrive on or before Sunday afternoon (October 15) for the SV orientation and be available until the end of the conference on Tuesday (October 17).

Student Volunteers Chair

If you have any questions or problems, please contact the chair at [email protected].

Mari Kyle

University of Southern California