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Matt Jones <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 12 May 2006 15:35:11 +0100
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------- Mobile HCI 2006 Doctoral Consortium -------------
------- Call for Position Papers                     -------------

Mobile HCI  is the premier forum for researchers and practitioners
addressing human computer interaction issues for mobile systems and
services. The conference will be held in Finland between 12th and 15th
of September (see

For the first time in the MobileHCI conference series, a doctoral
consortium will be arranged in MobileHCI'06 on the 12th of September.

Doctoral students with ongoing thesis work in the field of MobileHCI
are encouraged to send position papers to participate in the Doctoral
Consortium. In the consortium, the accepted PhD students will present
their work and receive comments and feedback from senior researchers
in the field.

The participants should preferrably be in the middle phase of their
PhD research - already well started with a structured research plan or
preliminary results, but not yet doing the last preparations for their

To apply, prepare a position paper of your PhD research. This should
be maximun of 3 pages in conference publication format. Submit your
position paper by emailing it to [log in to unmask]
preferrably in pdf format. The position paper should describe their
PhD research, its current status, and expected contribution to the
field of MobileHCI. The deadline for Doctoral Colloquium submissions
is the 21th of May, 2006, 10 PM Pacific time (UTC-8).

 The advisors in the Doctoral Consortium:

 Prof. Kari Kuutti, University of Oulu, Finland

 Prof. Kaisa Väänänen-Vainio-Mattila, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

 Dr. Oskar Juhlin, Interactive Institute / Mobility Studio, Sweden

 Dr. Matt Jones, Future Interactive Technology Lab, Swansea University, UK

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