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Tue, 18 Mar 2003 23:11:08 -0800
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ACM / CHI 2003

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems April 5-10, 2003 Ft. Lauderdale, FL  USA <> 


Pre-register by March 20 and save money over on-site registration fees!



This year's program features 6 days of exciting presentations including:


35 Tutorials with topics ranging from the Web, Usability, New Technologies and Accessibility.


Two People's Choice Tutorials have been added to the program:

*       David A. Siegel and Susan M. Dray present

        Working with and Analyzing Qualitative Data


*       Sara Bly and Steve Harrison present

        Visual Support for Conversations


Opening plenary speaker: Neil F. Budde.

Former Publisher & Editor, The Wall Street Journal Online presents:

"Racing with the wind: Publishers learn to navigate in a multimedia world"


Closing plenary speaker: Don Norman,

Northwestern University and Nielsen Norman Group presents:

"Emotion & Design"


In addition, CHI 2003 program offers panels, demonstrations, papers, vendor exhibits, networking opportunities and more.



Visit CHIplace, the CHI 2003 online community, <>  to preview and discuss papers to be presented at the conference, sound off on issues, and vote on "CHI Fringe" sessions on alternative HCI perspectives that you would like to see presented at CHI 2003!


We hope to see you in Fort Lauderdale in April at CHI 2003.


Warm regards,


Gilbert Cockton and Panu Korhonen

CHI 2003 Conference Co-Chairs


CHI 2003 is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI.  Industry sponsors include:

Diamond Bullet, Microsoft, OSDN   Slashdot, Unisys, Yahoo! Inc.,

National Science Foundation, IBM, Nokia, Sun Microsystems, User Interface Engineering, Menlo Technology Group and eLearn Magazine.