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                            NordiCHI 2004
                   The Third Nordic Conference on
                     Human-Computer Interaction

                         October 23-27, 2004
                           Tampere, Finland


Conference registration has now started on our website.
Early bird registration deadline is August 31.

NordiCHI 2004 offers a selection of excellent tutorials and workshops on
October 23-24, 2004. Many workshops still accept submissions
( --> Advance programme).
You can also see the titles of selected full papers in the Advance programme.
Short papers, posters and demos are announced by August 20.

Some tutorials have a maximum number of participants.
Therefore, it's better to register early.

Hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Roope Raisamo
NordiCHI 2004 Chair

Scott MacKenzie & Kari-Jouko Räihä
NordiCHI 2004 Program Chairs

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T1 Activity Cards for User Participation in Product Design
Kirsten Bagger & Werner Sperschneider

T2 Design of future relevant and feasible ubiquitous scenarios:
applications for context awareness in entertainment
Anxo Roibás, Urpo Tuomela, Katja Kytökorpi
University of Brighton, UK / Nokia Corporation

T3 Gaze-Based Human-Computer Interaction
Kari-Jouko Räihä, Aulikki Hyrskykari, Päivi Majaranta
University of Tampere, Finland

T4 HCI software  Using Ozlab for rapid prototyping
John Sören Petterson, Joe Siponen
Karlstadt University, Sweden

T5 Mobile User-Interface Design: For Work, Home, Play, and On the Way
Aaron Marcus
Aaron Marcus and Associates, USA

T6 Cross-Cultural User-Interface Design
Aaron Marcus
Aaron Marcus and Associates, USA

T7 Usability maturity models: evaluating the user-centeredness of companies
Timo Jokela
University of Oulu, Finland

T8 Wizard of Oz Evaluations: Safe and Sound
Janet Read, Johanna Höysniemi
University of Central Lancashire, UK / University of Tampere, Finland


W1 Characteristics of useful HCI theory (half day)
Georg Strøm & Torkil Clemmensen
University of Copenhagen; Copenhagen Business School

W2 Implementing RUP and Usability - Overcoming the Common Difficulties
Bengt Göransson, Enea Redina AB and Uppsala University
Eva Hådding, Volvo Information Technology

W3 Usability, Utility and Ethics of Location Based Services (half day)
Teija Vainio, Virpi Anttila & Eija Kaasinen
University of Tampere; VTT

W4 Adaptivity and User Modelling in a Mobile Learning Environment
Anu Jäppinen, Teija Vainio, Mikko Ahonen
University of Tampere

W5 Aesthetic Approaches to Human-Computer Interaction
Olav Bertelsen, Marianne Graves Petersen, Søren Pold
University of Aarhus

W6 Human-Computer Interaction Issues in Proactive Computing
Antti Oulasvirta, Antti Salovaara & Peter Ljungstrand
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology; Interactive Institute &
Interaction Design, Chalmers University of Technology

W7 Improving the Interplay between Usability Evaluation and Interface Design
Kasper Hornbæk, Jan Stage
University of Copenhagen; Aalborg University

W8 Integrating Sofware Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction: Starting
Morten Borup Harning, Dialogical ApS, Denmark
Greg Phillips, Royal Military College of Canada
Ahmed Seffah, Concordia University, Canada