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                     Call for Papers
              (Apologies for cross-posting)
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                  The 2009 Workshop on

           MME'09 - Measuring Mobile Emotions: 
                Measuring the Impossible?

     to be held at the MobileHCI 2009 conference
         Bonn, Germany, 15th September 2009
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Submission Deadline: 04th May 2009


CALL FOR PAPERS
Emotions are a key element in the analysis of user experience.
Observational analysis, interviews and questionnaires can be supported
by various physiological measurement methods (e.g. GSR or EMG) to
investigate such emotions. This workshop addresses approaches to mobile
emotion measurement. The workshop addresses particularly the
state-of-the-art in the emotion research and investigates the
possibilities to apply and adopt these methods in the field of mobile
HCI and user experience research. We will select participants with
diverse backgrounds based upon the relevance, insightfulness, and
originality of their submissions. Particularly important is the
challenge of portability of the available solutions and their
applicability in the field.

SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are invited on the following topics:

* Real-time, near-real-time and offline methods for mobile emotion
measurement.
* Quantitative and qualitative methods to affect and emotions in the
context of user experience.
* Technology and services to exploit affective technology.
* Case studies and examples of methods for emotion measurement and their
application in the user experience domain.

Submissions should be 2-4 pages in the MobileHCI09 other tracks paper
template format
(www.mobilehci09.org/downloads/ACM_MobileHCI09_template_Other_Tracks.doc
), describing the area of research, specific work (empirical or
theoretical) on the workshop topic and the innovative character of the
research. Submissions should be submitted through the workshop website
at http://mme.cure.at by Monday, May 4th. Participants will be selected
to represent diverse perspectives and the organizers are looking for
positions that can stimulate discussion. 

IMPORTANT DATES
04 May 2009 Submission Deadline for Position Papers
18 May 2009 Feedback to authors
15 Sept 2009 Workshop at MobileHCI 2009 
 
For more and up-to-date information visit the workshop's web site:

http://mme.cure.at/

For inquiries please contact the organizers at [log in to unmask]

ORGANIZERS
Arjan Geven (CURE), 
Manfred Tscheligi (HCI & Usability Unit, ICT&S Center), 
Lucas Noldus (Noldus Information Technology BV)

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