CHI 2001 - ACM's Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
31 March - 5 April 2001
Seattle, Washington USA
The annual CHI conference is the leading international forum for the
exchange of ideas and information about human-computer interaction (HCI).
Diverse members of the global HCI community meet at the CHI conference to
share the excitement of discovery and invention, to make and strengthen
professional relationships and friendships, and to tackle real-world
problems. Come to CHI 2001, and be part of laying the foundations of our
discipline and identifying the challenges yet to be solved.
The theme for CHI 2001 is: anyone. anywhere. It reflects the growing and
universal of technology on our lives and the concept that technology should
be accessible to everyone, everywhere. Our vision is to encourage the CHI
community to define emerging research and development initiatives that
relate to the conference theme through the submission process.
We invite you to take part in this exciting event. Make your contribution.
Come and enjoy the conference.
See you in Seattle!
Julie Jacko and Andrew Sears
CHI 2001 General and Technical Program Co-Chairs
For more information, please contact the CHI Conference office at:
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Key Submission Deadlines:
Panels (Vision statements only)
Interactive Video Posters
Short Talks and Interactive Posters
Special Interest Groups
Call for Participation
Mentoring, Scholarships, and Regional Liaisons
ACM's Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI)