2000 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
CHI 2000 -- The Future is Here
1-6 April 2000
The Hague, The Netherlands
The 16 Workshops featured at CHI 2000 provide an
extended forum for small groups to exchange ideas on
a topic of common interest. Workshop participation is
by invitation only based on position papers submitted
by 28 January 2000.
Workshops for CHI 2000 held 2-3 April 2000 include:
- Basic Research Symposium
- Challenges in the Multicultural HCI Development Environment
- Pattern Languages for Interaction Design: Building Momentum
- Continuity in Human Computer Interaction
- Designing Interactive Systems for 1-to-1 E-Commerce
- Semiotic Approaches to User Interface Design
- National and International Frameworks for Collaboration
between HCI Research and Practice
- Future Mobile Device User Interfaces
- Research Directions in Situated Computing
- Virtually Collocated Teams in the Workplace
- The What, Who, Where, When, Why and How of
- A Compendium of Practical Techniques for HCI Instruction
- Electronic Communities: Places and Spaces,
Contents and Boundaries
- Situated Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing
- Social Navigation: A Design Approach?
- Natural-Language Interaction
For complete workshop descriptions and position paper
requirements, consult the CHI 2000 Web site at:
For further information about CHI 2000 Workshops,
contact the CHI 2000 Workshop Co-Chairs at:
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The annual CHI conference is the premier worldwide forum for
the exchange of information on all aspects of how people interact
with computers. In addition to workshops, CHI 2000 features a full
program of presentations, demonstrations, tutorials and exhibits.
Predict the future by helping to create it - come to CHI 2000.
Sponsored by ACM's Special Interest Group on
Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI).