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13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Lisbon, Portugal, September 5-9, 2011

The submissions for the Short Papers track of INTERACT 2011 is now open! 
The deadline is April 7.

We solicit submissions for short papers that address any area of HCI, 
including those identified in the conference topics. Authors are 
encouraged to submit late-breaking research results and work in progress 
that show timely and innovative ideas. Short paper submissions should 
report original work and must not have been published previously or be a 
condensed version of previously published papers.
All short paper submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international 
panel of experts. The review process will retain the anonymity of 
authors and reviewers.

Submit short papers of a maximum eight pages in PDF format by 7 April 
2011, using the conference submission system at Papers must be formatted 
according to the conference papers format. Accepted short papers must be 
presented at the conference and will be published by Springer in the 
LNCS Series. Authors must guarantee the anonymity of their submissions 
(please remove names and affiliations from the first page and any other 
material that would allow reviewers to identify the authors). Short 
papers may optionally be accompanied by a video, in .MOV format, not 
exceeding 20 MB in size. Videos will not be published.
Short papers whose content is particularly visual may be selected for 
presentation in the Interactive Poster session.


Lisbon is the capital and largest city in Portugal. It is a historic 
centre, with cultural and architectural influence spanning Roman, 
Moorish and medieval times, through to its seat as the centre of the 
Portuguese empire. Lisbon is a warm and hospitable city, in the heart of 
a beautiful tourist region.


For more information, see

Daniel Gonçalves and Janet Wesson
INTERACT 2011 Short Paper Co-Chairs
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