Researchers in academia or industry who have an interest in these areas are invited to submit papers up to 6 pages (not including references) in ACM SIGCHI Paper Format (see

These submissions must be original and relevant contributions and can be of two types: (1) position papers summarizing authors’ existing research in this area and how it relates to the workshop theme and (2) papers offering an industrial perspective on the workshop theme or a real-world approach to system transparency.

Paper authors will present their work as part of thematic panels or as poster presentations. The second part of the workshop will consist of sub-group activities focused on how to design and evaluate transparent systems. Papers should be submitted via Easychair ( by the end of December 20th 2019 and will be reviewed by committee members. Position papers do not need to be anonymized. At least one author of each accepted position paper must register for and attend the workshop. For further questions please contact the workshop organizers at <>.