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HCI International 2003 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

 

June 22 - 27, 2003

  Creta Maris Hotel

  Heraklion, Crete, Greece

 

The Conference aims to provide an international forum for
  the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on
  theoretical, generic and applied areas of HCI. This will be
  accomplished through the following modes of communication:
  plenary presentations, parallel sessions, poster sessions,
  tutorials, workshops and other meetings of special interest
  groups.

 

VSPACE="2"> Proposals for Participation

 

All submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by at least
  three members from the international program committees. All
  submissions will be handled through the Conference Web site.
  Parallel paper presentations will be published by Lawrence
  Erlbaum Associates, Inc. in a multi-volume edition in hard
  cover. The abstracts of the poster and demonstration sessions
  will be published separately.

 

VSPACE="2"> Parallel Paper Presentations

 

Papers in the theoretical category should deal with
  models, concepts, and structures; papers in the generic
  category should present research results of broad
  applicability and papers in the applied category should show
  how the demands of particular application areas shape the way
  generic research is translated into practical innovation.
  Abstracts submitted should include a statement of the
  objective and significance of the proposed presentation, a
  description of methods, and a discussion of results.

 

VSPACE="2"> Poster and Demonstration Sessions

 

These sessions have been especially designed to
  accommodate the late-breaking scientific and professional
  news, work in progress or work which can be more effectively
  presented via demonstrations. Equipment needed for
  demonstration is the responsibility of the authors. Abstracts
  submitted should include the essence of the planned
  presentation.

 

VSPACE="2"> Workshops and Special Interest
  Groups

 

Abstracts submitted for Workshops or Special Interest
  Groups should state the objective and significance of the
  session, the number of participants, how potential
  participants will be selected (whether it is open or by
  invitation), the agenda, and the anticipated duration.

 

VSPACE="2"> Tutorials

 

Abstracts submitted should state the objective, content,
  form and length of the tutorial, as well as the target
  audience. Proposals should be accompanied by a brief CV of
  the presenter(s) and Audio-Visual requirements.

 

VSPACE="2"> Submission Requirements &
  Dates:

 

Paper Presentations

  Abstract Length: 800 words

  Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts:

  October 15, 2002

  Notification of Review Outcome:

  December 15, 2002

  Deadline for Receipt of Accepted

  Contributions: February 13, 2003

 

Posters & Demonstrations

  Abstract Length: 300 words

  Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts:

  March 15, 2003

  Notification of Review Outcome:

  March 31, 2003

  Deadline for Receipt of Accepted Contributions: April 15,
  2003

 

Workshops & Special Interest Groups

  Abstract Length: 800 words

  Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts:

  October 15, 2002

  Notification of Review Outcome:

  December 15, 2002

  Deadline for Receipt of Accepted Contributions: February 15,
  2003

 

Tutorials

  Abstract Length: 300 words

  Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts:

  October 15, 2002

  Notification of Review Outcome:

  December 15, 2002

  Deadline for Receipt of Accepted Contributions: February 15,
  2003

 

For more information, visit www.hcii2003.gr

  To submit through the Web: www.hcii2003.gr/submission

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