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We are very pleased to announce the ACM International Conference on
Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI11) Palo Alto, California, USA, February
13-16 2011.

Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) is the premier conference for
reporting on the study of user interfaces with intelligent devices. This
topic is of increasing importance as the consumer is interfacing with a
wide variety of devices with embedded computation and connectivity and
the computer is fading into the background.   IUI is where the community
of people interested in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) meets the
Artificial Intelligence (AI) community. We're also very interested in
contributions from related fields, such as psychology, cognitive
science, computer graphics, the arts, etc.

Please follow the development of the conference at

Twitter: iui2011
Facebook: ACM IUI Conference 2011
Linkedin: ACM IUI Conference 2011
Buzz: acmiui2011  (coming soon)

We are inviting proposals and research papers in several categories:

*******Important Dates*******

Long & Short Paper submissions Friday, 10 September 2010, 11:59pm US PDT
Long and Short Paper final notification: Friday, 5 November 2010
Long paper rebuttals starts Friday, 15 October 2010
Rebuttal process ends Friday, 22 October 2010
Long and Short Paper final notification: Friday, 5 November 2010
Long & Short Paper camera-ready due Friday, 26 November 2010
Intention to submit workshop proposal Friday, 16 July 2010
Workshop proposals due Friday, 30 July 2010

Conference Co-Chairs:
       Pearl Pu (EPFL, Switzerland)
       Michael Pazzani (Rutgers University, USA)

Program Co-Chairs:
       Elisabeth Andre (Univ. of Augsburg, Germany)
       Doug Riecken (IBM, USA)
       papers2011 at

Workshop Co-Chairs:
       Joyce Chai (Michigan State University, USA)
       Shlomo Berkovsky (CSIRO, Australia)
       workshops2011 at

Demonstrations Chair:
       Li Chen (Baptist University, Hong Kong)
       demos2011 at

       Tessa Lau (IBM, USA)
       treasurer2011 at

Publicity Chair:
       Jill Freyne (CSIRO, Australia)
       publicity2011 at

Why submit to IUI?

Unlike traditional AI, our focus is not so much to make the computer
smart all by itself, but to make the interaction between computers and
people smarter. Unlike traditional HCI, we're more willing to consider
solutions that involve large amounts of knowledge and emerging
technologies such as natural language understanding, brain computer
interfaces or gesture recognition.

The IUI conference gives you a chance to present and to see work in an
intimate, focused, no-nonsense event. It is large enough to be diverse
and lively (we expect around 200 people), but small enough to avoid the
impersonal atmosphere of conferences with thousands of people.
The vast majority of the attendees are actively involved with conceiving
and developing cutting-edge interfaces leading to a high and fast impact
of research results presented at IUI. It brings together people from
academics, industry, and nonprofits.

As an ACM conference, papers appear in the ACM Digital Library and
citation indices. There will also be a journal publication path for
selected papers. It's a single track conference, so you don't have to
miss anything.

IUI topics include, but are not limited to:

Intelligent Interaction with Devices
	Intelligent interactions with handheld devices
	Sensor- and actuator systems for user interfaces
	Location- and context aware information systems
	Tangible interaction with smart artifacts
	Ubiquitous displays environments
	Smart environments

Novel, intelligent interaction systems
	Modeling and prediction of user behavior
	Affective, social and aesthetic interfaces
	Natural user interfaces
	User-adaptivity in interactive systems
	Personalization and recommender systems
	Planning and plan recognition

IUI Design
	Knowledge-based approaches to IUI design and generation
	Proactive and agent-based paradigms for user interaction
	Example-based and demonstration-based interfaces
	Smart use of sensing technologies for IUI Design

User studies
	User studies concerning intelligent interfaces
	Evaluation methods and evaluations of implemented IUI
	Smart technologies for remote usability testing and experience

Processing of human-generated input
	Recognition and interpretation of user input (face, body,
         speech, physiology, text)
	Analysis of psychological user states, such as attention and
	Analysis of conversational cues, such as grounding and turn
	Intelligent sensing platforms
	Synchronization and fusion of Multimodal Input

Generation presentation of system output
	Smart visualization tools
	Intelligent authoring systems
	Context-aware systems for the generation and presentation of
         situation-specific output
	Synthesis of multimodal behavior for virtual characters and
         social robots

Intelligent assistants for complex tasks
	Support for collaboration in multiuser environments
	Intelligent information and knowledge management

Novel trends, innovative solutions and applications
	Novel sensing technologies for games and entertainment
	Automotive user interfaces
	Novel interaction methods for touch phones and multi touch 	

Jill Freyne (CSIRO, Australia)
publicity2011 at
Publicity Chair for IUI'11
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