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                              CALL FOR DEMOS

			     The Fourth International Symposium on
                   Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices
                               (Mobile HCI 2002)


                              September 18-20, 2002
                                   Pisa, Italy

                    http://giove.cnuce.cnr.it/mobilehci02.html
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IMPORTANT DEADLINES:
  Demos submission:                   	July 10, 2002
  Notification:       				July 12, 2002
  Normal Registration:                  	before July 20, 2002
  Late/On site registration:            	after July 20, 2002


SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION:
The Mobile HCI symposium series provides a forum for academics and
practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for
effective interaction with mobile systems. It is intended to cover the
design, evaluation and applications of techniques and approaches for all
mobile computing devices. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
    * Audio and speech interaction
    * Case studies of mobile devices and tasks
    * Context-dependent systems
    * Design of handheld guides
    * Intelligent environments
    * Integration of mobile devices and telecommunications
    * Novel user interfaces
    * Perception and modelling of the environment, including sensing device
techniques
    * Usability evaluation
    * Location-aware interaction
    * Model-based design of interactive  mobile systems
    * Multimodal interaction
    * Safety issues
    * UML for mobile applications
    * Visualisation techniques
    * Web design for mobile devices

DEMOS SUBMISSION:
The Mobile HCI 2002 will bring together experts from all over the world in
the growing field of human-computer interaction for mobile systems and its
applications. Authors are invited to demonstrate their work at Mobile HCI
2002 with the aim of emphasizing innovative research results, novel tools
and environments, new equipment and applications. The demonstrations will be
held in parallel each other during the main Symposium, from Wednesday 18th
September to Friday 20th September 2002.

Submit a description of the demonstration of at least 1 page in PDF format
(please use 12-point type size) and send it to Carmen Santoro
mailto:[log in to unmask] by 10th July 2002. The description should
summarise the work to be presented and clearly describe the benefits of the
demonstration to Mobile HCI 2002 attendees. Furthermore, the proposal should
identify the hardware/software platform required for the demonstration.

The demo proposals will be reviewed and selected by the international
Program Committee. Authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection by 12th
July, 2002. The accepted demos will not appear in the Conference
Proceedings.



The Symposium will be held in cooperation with ERCIM, IFIP TC13, ACM-SIGCHI,
ACM SIGCHI-Italy and ISTI-CNR

    * Symposium Chair: Fabio PaternÚ, C.N.R. - ISTI

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
    * Stephen Brewster, University of Glasgow
    * Luca Chittaro, University of Udine
    * Keith Cheverst, University of Lancaster
    * Joelle Coutaz, University of Grenoble
    * Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research
    * Alan Dix, vfridge limited and University of Lancaster
    * Mark Dunlop, University of Strathclyde
    * Phil Gray, University of Glasgow
    * Nicholas Graham, Queens University
    * Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Laurence  Nigay, University of Grenoble
    * Dan  Olsen, Brigham Young University
    * Reinhardt Opperman, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Luca Passani, Openwave
    * Angel Puerta, RedWhale Software
    * Matthias Rauterberg, University of Eindhoven
    * Daniel Salber, IBM T.J. Watson
    * Carmen Santoro, C.N.R.- ISTI
    * Albrecht Schmidt, Universitšt Karlsruhe
    * Mathias Schneider-Hufschmidt, Siemens
    * Ahmed Seffah, Concordia University
    * Constantine Stephanidis, Forth
    * Kaisa Vaananen, Nokia
    * Jean Vanderdonckt, University of Louvain
    * Bruno von Niman, Ericsson Enterprise

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