- English-writing mentoring deadlline: February 4th
- Deadline for submission: May 3rd.
- Acceptance notification: July 2nd NEW!
- Camera-ready version: July 15th NEW!
- Poster submission: May 15th
- Acceptance notification: June 26th
- Camera-ready version: July 1st.
- Letter of Intent: February 13th
- Proposal submission: April 3rd
- Acceptance notification: May 3rd
CLIHC 05 invites the HCI community from academia and industry to submit work in all categories of participation for publication and presentation at the conference. Full papers are the main category to disseminate complete research results. CLIHC 05 follows the usual international academic standards to evaluate and disseminate full papers.
Many of the research issues in the agenda for the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) relate to the culture, language and work practices for specific communities. Not only should we reach for technology that can be used and appreciated by the widest range of people, but also for means to promote inter-cultural exchange and cross-fertilization among people with diverse backgrounds and needs. CLIHC 05 is open to all topics and disciplines related to HCI, such as interactive systems development, methodologies and tools, evaluation reports, theories and models.
In congruency with the conference theme “Interaction for Inclusion” we are pleased to announce that CLIHC’05 will receive submissions in Spanish, Portuguese and English. This announcement will be applied to all the submission categories (Full papers, posters, tutorials and workshops).
The proceedings of this conference will appear in the ACM Digital Library
TOPICS OF INTEREST
HCI design & evaluation methods and tools design methods, formalisms, tools and environments user and task analysis evaluation criteria, methods, techniques, environments and tools user interface design and evaluation for the Web user interface design and evaluation for mobile devices user interface design and evaluation
- HCI techniques
- interaction techniques
- universal accessibility
- ergonomics of HCI
- information visualization
- input/output devices
- multimodal interfaces
- Theoretical & Multidisciplinary aspects of HCI
- theoretical aspects of HCI
- cross-cultural and internationalization issues in HCI
- psychological, social and cultural issues in using computing systems
- multidisciplinary aspects of HCI
- legal issues related to usability and design
- Intelligent user interfaces
- intelligent user interfaces, personalization and adaptive interfaces
- end-user programming and adaptable interfaces
- speech and natural language interfaces
- Applied HCI
- interaction issues in computer-based education
- interacting with multimedia systems, virtual reality and games
- user interface design for supporting virtual and online communities
- interaction in Pervasive Environments
- interaction with Mobile Devices
- automatic Usability Evaluation