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                    PRELIMINARY CALL FOR SHORT PAPERS

                            MOBILE HCI 2003:
                  The 5th International Symposium on
                    Human-Computer Interaction with
                      Mobile Devices and Services

           In-cooperation with ACM-SIGCHI and ACM-SIGMOBILE

                          September 8-11, 2003
                 (Workshops and Tutorials on September 8,
                      Conference on September 9-11)
                              Udine, Italy

              Web site: http://hcilab.uniud.it/mobilehci
________________________________________________________________________

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
    SHORT PAPERS Submission:                    May 6, 2003
    Notification:                              May 30, 2003
    Camera-Ready Version:                      June 6, 2003


CONFERENCE INFORMATION:
MOBILE HCI provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss
the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction
with mobile systems. It covers the design, evaluation
and application of HCI techniques and approaches for all
mobile computing devices and services.
MOBILE HCI started as an international workshop (held in Glasgow in 98,
in Edinburgh at INTERACT 99, in Lille at IHM-HCI-2001). Due to its
continuous growth, it successfully became a full conference with
the 2002 edition (held in Pisa).

Authors are invited to submit their work
for careful review by the International Program Committee.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

    * Audio and speech interaction
    * Context-dependent systems
    * Designing Web sites for mobile devices
    * Evaluation of mobile devices and services
    * Intelligent environments
    * Location-aware interaction
    * Model-based design of interactive mobile systems
    * Multimodal interaction
    * Novel user interfaces
    * Perception and modeling of the environment
    * Safety issues (e.g., in-car user interfaces)
    * Specific classes of handheld devices
      (PDA, Pocket PC, WAP phone,...)
    * 3D graphics on mobile devices
    * 3G/4G devices and services
    * Usability of mobile devices and services
    * Visualization techniques for the mobile context


SHORT PAPERS SUBMISSION:
Submit short papers of up to 5 pages (including figures and
references) in PDF format by 11:59pm PST, May 6, 2003 via
the Symposium Web Page. Papers must be formatted using the
document templates available at Springer-Verlag LNCS
Instructions page (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
After acceptance, the final revised paper is required also
in electronic form.

PUBLICATION:
Accepted short papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings,
published by Springer Verlag in the series
Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

PRESENTATION:
Accepted short papers will be presented at the conference
as brief talks or posters.
The suitability for presentation as a brief talk or
a poster will be evaluated by the conference committee.
You may express your preference for a presentation format
in your submission, but there is no guarantee
that it will be met.


SYMPOSIUM CHAIR:
    * Luca Chittaro, HCI Lab - University of Udine

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:
    * Keith Cheverst, University of Lancaster
    * Luca Chittaro (chair), University of Udine
    * Joelle Coutaz, University of Grenoble
    * Boris de Ruyter, Philips Research
    * Alan Dix, vfridge limited
    * Mark Dunlop, University of Strathclyde
    * Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research
    * Anne Kaikkonen, Nokia Research
    * Pekka Ketola, Nokia Mobile Phones
    * Matt Jones, University of Waikato
    * Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University
    * Laurence Nigay, University of Grenoble
    * Reinhardt Opperman, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Fabio Paterno', C.N.R. - ISTI
    * Matthias Rauterberg, University of Eindhoven
    * Jun Rekimoto, Sony - CSL
    * Daniel Salber, IBM - T.J. Watson
    * Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab
    * Andrew Sears, UMBC
    * Albrecht Schmidt, University of Lancaster
    * Mathias Schneider-Hufschmidt, Siemens
    * Constantine Stephanidis, Forth
    * Manfred Tscheligi, CURE
    * Bruno von Niman, Ericsson
    * David Williams, Motorola

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
    Paolo Coppola, Vincenzo Della Mea, Luca Di Gaspero,
    Stefano Mizzaro, Roberto Ranon - University of Udine

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