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Fri, 12 Jun 2009 13:47:25 +0200
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1st Conference on Human-Computer Interaction


Affligem, Belgium

Monday 19 October 2009


The first conference intends to bring together researchers and 
practitioners working in the domain of human-computer interaction, 
including usability specialists, designers, computer scientists, etc. 
The organizing committee invites you to submit papers addressing the 
special theme and topics for presentation at the conference.

The special theme is "New Communities". This theme addresses the recent 
interest in building and supporting communities online, whether in the 
form of groupware, work communities, social networks, community software 
or communication tools. It also refers to the new community of Belgian 
HCI professionals that this conference wants to bring together, enabling 
them to present their work to each other and to the broader ICT community.



Papers are solicited from, but not limited to the following topics:

* community-centered design

* impact of technology on communities

* mobile devices

* ubiquitous/pervasive computing

* interactivity

* collaborative technology

* networked devices

* social spaces

* technology as a group experience

* ...

Submission guidelines and deadline


Submissions are expected to be 2-8 pages long and should clearly 
describe the content of the presentation. We are kindly requesting to 
submit in the ACM format . You can re-use 
material from previously published papers.

Submissions should be addressed to [log in to unmask]

Paper submissions will be peer-reviewed.

Deadline for submission: 15 July 2009

Announcement to authors: 1 September 2009

Organizing Committee


Conference Organizing Committee

* Els Aerts

* Katia Aerts

* Frank Amand

* Adrien Coyette

* David De Block

* Hans De Mondt

* Dries De Roeck

* Didier Dulait

* Erik Duval

* David Geerts

* Marjan Geerts

* Kathy Haemers

* Mieke Haesen

* Maarten Hazebroek

* Dirk Huysmans

* Jan Meskens

* Alok Nandi

* Chris Raymaekers

* Karin Slegers

* Kenia Sousa

* Johan Van Maldeghem

* Bart Van Roey

* Vero Vanden Abeele

* Joannes Vandermeulen

* Johan Verhaegen



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--------------- is the Belgian branch of SIGCHI, the premier international 
society for professionals, academics and students who are interested in 
human-computer interaction (HCI). We want to increase knowledge and 
awareness of HCI in its broadest sense, both within educational 
institutions and industry.

The current board of is made up of a mix of people from 
industry and academia:

     * David Geerts, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - treasurer

     * Joannes Vandermeulen, Namahn - president
     * Johan Verhaegen, Human Interface Group - secretary

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