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"Olav W. Bertelsen" <[log in to unmask]>
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Olav W. Bertelsen
Mon, 2 Nov 2009 11:46:35 +0100
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Call for Papers and Call for Participation
The Ninth Danish HCI Research Symposium

Monday December 14, 2009 at Aarhus University.

Submission deadline December 1, 2009


We are happy to announce the ninth Danish Human-Computer Interaction
Research Symposium. It will take place on Monday December 14, 2009 at
Aarhus University, Denmark. The symposium will include an invited
keynote speaker in addition to a number of paper presentations and
poster sessions.

Since 2001 the annual Danish Human-Computer Interaction Research
Symposium has stimulated networking and provided an overview across the
various parts of the Danish HCI research scene. Previous symposia have
been hosted by University of Aarhus (2001 and 2006), University of
Copenhagen (2002), Roskilde University Centre (2003), Aalborg University
(2004 and 2008), Copenhagen Business School (2005), IT-university
of Copenhagen (2007).

This year's symposium will continue the tradition at Aarhus University.
We invite researchers from academia and industry to participate by
submitting a paper on recent or ongoing work.

Participation is based on submission of a short paper: max 4 pages in
ACM format. Accepted papers will be presented at the symposium and
printed in the proceedings. The program committee selects papers for
either plenary or poster presentation.

Symposium papers can present work in progress, recent published work,
organizational overviews, teaching experiences, etc.

The ACM/sigchi publication template
Papers shold be submitted in PDF format by email to [log in to unmask]

We invites researchers working with HCI in the broadest sense, including
ethnographical, sociological, aesthetic, psychological, business
oriented, and numerous other approaches to researching the interaction
between humans and computers, including implementation and evaluation of
new and innovative interaction techniques and models for implementing
modern interactive systems.

Submissions will be reviewed by the organizers according to the
following criteria:
   1. They address HCI in a broad sense
   2. They are reasonably complete
   3. They have a reasonable research quality

The working language of the symposium is mainly English.

The registration fee is 600 DKK (900 DKK after Dec. 9). It includes
printed proceedings, lunch, refreshments and dinner.

The symposium is organized by Anne Marie Kanstrup ([log in to unmask])
and Olav W. Bertelsen ([log in to unmask])

Important Dates
December 1, 2009: Deadline for submission of symposium papers.
December 5, 2006: Notification of authors.
December 9, 2006: Deadline for early registration.

Submission procedures, further information and updates will be available
soon at

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