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                           AVI 2006
                  Advanced Visual Interfaces
               International Working Conference
 In cooperation with ACM-SIGCHI, ACM-SIGMM, SIGCHI Italy

               Venice, Italy, May 23-26, 2006
              http://www.dsi.unive.it/avi2006
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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION, ON-SITE REGISTRATION

The 8th International Working Conference on Advanced Visual
Interfaces (AVI 2006) will be held in Venice, Italy, May 23-26, 2006.
Started in 1992 in Rome, and held every two years in different
Italian towns, the Conference traditionally brings together experts
in different areas of computer science who have a common interest in
the conception, design and implementation of visual and, more
generally, perceptual interfaces, with a growing interest for mobile
devices such as smartphones, palmtops and PDAs, in the framework of
traditional and emerging environments, such as ubiquitous and
pervasive computer applications.

AVI 2006 has received a total of 194 submissions in different
categories. 32 full papers have been selected for presentation out of
127 research contributions, discussing the major achievements in the
area of visual and perceptual interfaces. 45 short papers/posters and
10 system papers/demos will also be presented, offering a wide
spectrum of on-going developments and practical experiences.

The conference program includes three invited talks, three satellite
workshops and two tutorials. The proceedings are published by ACM
Press and are included in the ACM Digital Library.

The Conference program is on-line on the AVI 2006 Web site
http://www.dsi.unive.it/avi2006

TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS (May 23, 2006)

Tutorial T1: Intelligent Visual Interfaces: An Introduction.
    Mark Maybury, Information Technology Center, The MITRE Corporation

Tutorial T2: Statistics for Visual Interface Evaluation
    Monique Noirhomme-Fraiture, Institute of Informatics, University
of Namur

Workshop W1: BELIV06: Beyond Time and Errors: Novel Evaluation
Methods for Information Visualization
    http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~beliv06/

Workshop W2: Context in Advanced Interfaces
    http://hci.icts.sbg.ac.at/context/avi/

Workshop W3: Gender and Interaction: Real and Virtual Women in a Male
World
    http://www.informatics.manchester.ac.uk/~antonella/gender/

INVITED TALKS

May 24, 2006: AVI and the Art System: Interactive Works at the Venice
Biennale
    Riccardo Rabagliati, Dean, Accademia di Belle Arti (Academy of
Fine Arts), Venice

May 25, 2006: Distributed Intelligence: Extending the Power of the
Unaided, Individual Human Mind
    Gerhard Fischer, Director, Center for LifeLong Learning and
Design (L3D), University of Colorado

May 26, 2006: From Mainframes to Picture Frames: Charting the Rapid
Evolution of Visual Interfaces
    Elizabeth Mynatt, Director, GVU Center, Georgia Institute of
Technology

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