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SUBJECT: IHCI 2013, Sydney CFP

The 5th International Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction (IHCI 2013) aims at presentation of professional research results and enthusiastic discussions among researchers, scientists, and industry professionals who are working in various disciplines to share and exchange experiences in the emerging research area combining HCI and AI.

Full Paper Submission Due: 1 October 2013
Notification of acceptance: 22 October 2013
Camera Ready Due: 29 October 2013

Submissions can be submitted at

Suggested topics for the conference include, but are not limited to:

Theory & Technology: Scientific methods and concepts for

  *   intelligent methods and interfaces
  *   language processing for intelligent interfaces
  *   novel interfaces for information retrieval and search engines
  *   personalization and adaptation of interfaces
  *   artificial intelligence tools applied to human computer interface data
  *   signal and vision processing for intelligent interfaces
  *   cognitive information communication (coginfocom)
  *   human friendly robotics
  *   interfaces and sensor technology (vital sensors and parameters; augmented reality, mixed reality in mobile education/ training scenarios, location-based and ubiquitous technology; non-visual senses: smelling, touching, hearing)
  *   evaluation studies (evaluation methodologies, models and metrics, evaluation tools, effectiveness, efficiency)


  *   business models and market studies for/of HCI and AI applications
  *   grand challenges and obstacles for Intelligent HCI developers and publishers

Best-Practice & Application Domains:

  *   field reports, demonstrations and evaluation studies of intelligent interfaces
     *   for prevention, rehabilitation and therapy
     *   as well as any form of learning and knowledge transfer
     *   university or professional training and learning environments for individuals or groups
  *   research prototypes and commercial tools
  *   as well as AI / HCI applications in the fields of
     *   remote interaction,
     *   robots and e-toys,
     *   digital museum and cultural heritage,
     *   simulation and training


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