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===BCS HCI 2012===
===12th-14th September=====
===Birmingham===
==People and Computers XXVI==

Web: www.hci2012.org
Twitter: @hci2012 #hci2012uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BCSHCI2012

Main Conference registration is now open for BCS HCI 2012, which will be 
held in the UK’s second city, Birmingham.
http://hci2012.bcs.org/conference.html

Birmingham made the New York Times’ 45 places to go in 2012 
http://nyti.ms/Akvqfs.

=Some History=
HCI 2012 is the 26th Annual Conference of the Specialist HCI group of 
the BCS, the BCS Interaction SG. Since its establishment in 1985, the 
conference has become the leading annual HCI conference in Europe. As 
well as being a leading venue for dissemination, the conference has a 
history of nurturing research careers- many of the leading HCI 
researchers published their early papers here and it is recognised for 
helping students and new academics as much as being a leading forum for 
established researchers. We want to carry on this well-established 
tradition into 2012.

=Conference Theme=
This year we have returned to the founding theme of the conference: 
“People and Computers”. This is to encapsulate and highlight the growing 
diversity of our field of HCI in one event. Technology is now common in 
all walks of life and HCI practitioners and researchers have more areas 
of impact than ever before. We want the conference to reflect this 
growing importance and diversity.

=The Venue=
The City of Birmingham has undergone a transformation over the past few 
decades. It now boasts more canals than Venice, a plethora of riverside 
restaurants, bars and cafes, a range of cuisine from around the world, 
coupled with a compact city vibe. It has recently been listed as one of 
the 45 places to go in 2012 by the New York Times http://nyti.ms/Akvqfs. 
Birmingham is easily accessible by road, rail (Birmingham New Street 
Station) and air (Birmingham International Airport). It is also well 
located for extending your stay, whether you plan a city break to 
explore the centre, or a short trip into the countryside to 
Stratford-upon-Avon, Wales, the Peak District, or the rolling Chilterns 
and Oxfordshire. The New York Times travel profile of Birmingham gives 
some great ideas on how to extend and enjoy your stay 
http://nyti.ms/wDUMBW .

The main conference will be held at the IET at Austin Court, a 
purpose-built facility in the centre of town within walking distance of 
major hotels, restaurants, bars and nightlife of the city.

Socially, the conference will build on its reputation for the liveliest, 
friendliest place to meet other HCI researchers. The conference dinner 
will be held at the Botanical Gardens, complete with outdoor spaces, 
tropical hothouses, exotic birds and beautiful parkland.

=Tracks=
The conference will have usual tracks of high-quality peer reviewed 
Full, Short, ‘work-in-progress’ and Alt-HCI papers.

=HCI 2012 News and Views=:
We want to hear what are saying about HCI 2012. This year we have made 
twitter a major part of our website through the HCI 2012 Twitter Chatter 
banner. All tweets will be displayed on the site so people can see the 
community’s views, opinions and comments about HCI 2012.

The conference twitter feed is also the way to keep one step ahead with 
news about HCI 2012, just follow @hci2012. To share your tweets use the 
hashtag #hci2012uk.

Our website http://www.hci2012.org also has up to date information on 
submissions, venues and other relevant conference news.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Birmingham!

=Conference Committee:=

=Conference Chairs=
Russell Beale (University of Birmingham)
Benjamin R. Cowan (University of Birmingham)
Chris P. Bowers (University of Birmingham)
Chris Baber (University of Birmingham)

=Full Papers=
Andrew Howes (University of Birmingham)
Pat Healey (Queen Mary, University of London)

=Short Papers=
Aaron Quigley (University of St Andrews)
Per Ola Kristensson (University of St Andrews)

=Work In Progress=
Tom McEwan (Napier University)
Ingi Helgason (Napier University)

=Alt HCI=
Alan Dix (Lancaster University)
Mike Twidale (University of Illinois)

=Doctoral Consortium =
Steve Love (Brunel University)
Leon Watts (University of Bath)

=Panels=
Mirco Musolesi (University of Birmingham)
Bob Hendley (University of Birmingham)

=Workshops=
Ginevra Castellano (University of Birmingham)
Hatice Gunes (Queen Mary University of London)

=Interactive Demos=
Eugene Ch'ng (University of Birmingham)
Miguel Nacenta (University of St Andrews)

=Social Buzz Chair=
Clare Llewellyn (University of Edinburgh)

=Webmaster=
Charlie Pinder (University of Birmingham)

-- 
=====================
Benjamin R Cowan PhD MBPsS
Research Fellow
BCS Interaction SG Committee Member
BCS HCI 2012 Co-Chair: www.hci2012.org
HCI Research Centre
University of Birmingham
School of Computer Science
Web: http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~cowanbr
Twitter: BCowanHCI
Blog: http://humansandcomputer.blogspot.com/


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