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***                       Call for papers
***				Deadline 30 of August (NEW)

**				     MexIHC 2006
**                    1rst Mexican Workshop on			         **
**                   Human-Computer Interaction			         **

24th and 25th of October, 2006
Universidad de las Américas, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico

MexIHC 2006 is the first Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction organized by
CHI-México, in a bi-annual format alternating with CLIHC. Its objective is
to offer a forum for North America, Mexico and the Caribbean to promote HCI
in these regions.

MexIHC 2006 will take place at the beautiful campus of the Universidad de
las Americas-Puebla, located in Central-Mexico.

Workshop Description
The workshop’s main purpose is to invite researchers, lecturers, students
and practitioners from the field of Human-Computer Interaction to foster
scientific exchange, its application in the marketplace and to strengthen
its position in Mexico.  Besides, it aims to identify current and future
areas of high importance.

How can I participate?
We invite the submission of finished work, work-in-progress, and suggestions
for future work as well as industrial case studies. The work can be
submitted and presented in both English and Spanish with a maximum length of
4 pages. The submitted work needs to be related with the overall topic of
the workshop, cite related work and make a clear statement on how they
contribute to the areas of interest.

Areas of Interest
The general area of interest consists in Human-Computer Interaction. The
special areas are, but not limited to:

HCI techniques 
- interaction techniques
- universal accessibility
- ergonomics of HCI
- information visualization
- input/output devices
- multimodal interfaces 

Theoretical & Multidisciplinary aspects of HCI
- theoretical aspects of HCI
- cross-cultural and internationalization issues in HCI
- psychological, social and cultural issues in using computing systems
- multidisciplinary aspects of HCI
- legal issues related to usability and design 

Intelligent user interfaces 
- intelligent user interfaces, personalization and adaptive interfaces
- end-user programming and adaptable interfaces
- speech and natural language interfaces 

Applied HCI 
- interaction issues in computer-based education
- interacting with multimedia systems, virtual reality and games
- user interface design for supporting virtual and online communities
- interaction in Pervasive Environments
- interaction with Mobile Devices
- automatic Usability Evaluation

Further details at: (Spanish)

Submissions: [log in to unmask]

Important Deadlines
Submission of articles: 15 of August 2006
Notification of acceptance: 15 of September 2006
Workshop MexIHC 2006: 24-25 of October 2006 

Dra. Ingrid Kirschning, Universidad de Las Americas
Dr. Victor M. Gonzalez, University of Manchester
MC Mario Alberto Moreno Rocha, Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca
Dr. Christian Sturm, Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca
MC Cuauhtémoc Rivera Loaiza, CICESE


Dr. Christian Sturm
Profesor - Investigador
(Research Professor)
Interacción Humano-Computadora
(Human-Computer Interaction)
Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca
Instituto de Electrónica y Computación
C.P. 69000 Huajuapan de León
Oaxaca, México
Tel: +52 953 53 20214 ext. 200
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Product and System Internationalisation, Inc.
Vice President

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