ACM / CHI 2003
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
April 5-10, 2003
Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA
Register before March 20 for CHI 2003 Tutorials to benefit from extended
CHI 2003 tutorial fees will be been held at the early rate until March
Register before March 20 for tutorials, and save $100 on each full day
tutorial (students save $40). Save up to $300 by registering for a
days of tutorials. Visit http://www.regmaster.com/chi2003.html to
register for CHI 2003 tutorials. If you are already registered for the
conference, you can add tutorials by updating your registration at
CHI 2003 Tutorials are the best opportunity available for staying at the
leading edge of HCI research and practice. Extended interactions with
expert instructors bring you up to speed on the lastest topics. The
tutorial program has been designed to appeal to educators, researchers,
practitioners, both newcomers and CHI regulars.
CHI 2003 Tutorials are the best opportunity available for staying at
the leading edge of HCI research and practice.
CHI 2003 tutorials will be featuring:
- Bill Gaver on design for everyday life
- Steven Pemberton on Web style sheets
- Jared Spool on Web site usability
- Gregg Vanderheiden on accessibility
- Nigel Bevan on usability requirements
- Scott Weiss on handheld usability
- Karen Holtzblatt on field studies
- Joe Konstan on recommender systems
... and many others!
We hope to see you in Fort Lauderdale.
Gilbert Cockton and Panu Korhonen
CHI 2003 Conference Co-Chairs
CHI 2003 is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI. Industry sponsors include:
Diamond Bullet, Microsoft, Google, OSDN Slashdot, Unisys, Yahoo! Inc.,
National Science Foundation, IBM, Intel, Nokia, SAP, Sun Microsystems,
User Interface Engineering, Menlo Technology Group and eLearn Magazine.