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Sanshzar Kettebekov <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 27 Aug 2004 11:31:00 -0400
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                Call for Participation
Sixth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI'04)
                 Sponsored by ACM
                October 14-15, 2004

The Sixth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces will be held
October 14-15, 2004 at the Atherton Hotel and the Penn State School of
Information Sciences Technology. The ACM sponsored conference, will
present advances and emerging research directions in next-generation
perceptive, adaptive and multimodal user interfaces. These technologies
are transforming the nature of human-computer interaction by creating
more natural, expressively powerful, flexible and robust means of

The two-day conference will bring together academia, industry and
government agencies to present and discuss the latest multidisciplinary
work. A single-track program will offer high quality oral and poster
presentations, research demos and industry exhibits.  ICMI'04 topics
address multimodal input and output interfaces that use vision, natural
language, gestures, gaze, and haptics; advances in multimodal fusion and
multisensory integration; multimodal applications for wearable, mobile,
collaborative, affective, conversational, and universal access systems;
systems infrastructure, architecture and evaluation. The program also
includes keynote speakers, a panel on infrastructure for multimodal
interfaces research, and a Doctoral Spotlight session.  Please visit for the detailed conference program.

ICMI'04 Benefactors: ACM SIGCHI, National Science Foundation, Penn State
School of Information Science Technology, Penn State Computer Science
and Engineering.

ICMI'04 Corporate Sponsors: Advanced Interfaces, Microsoft Research,


Advanced Registration (on or before Sept 15)
ACM/SIGCHI Members: $400
Non-Members: $500
Students: $250

Late Registration (Sep 15 - Oct 8)
ACM/SIGCHI Members: $450
Non-Members: $550
Students: $300

To guarantee discounted hotel rates please make a reservation before
Sept. 15.

To register on-line, please visit

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