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9th International Conference on
Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services
11 to 14 September 2007

The MobileHCI 2007 conference is organized jointly by ACM SIG CHI (The
Singapore Chapter) and the Mixed Reality Lab, National University of

MobileHCI is a leading conference in the field of Human Computer Interaction
with Mobile Devices and Services. The 9th conference in the MobileHCI series
provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges,
potential solutions and innovations towards effective interaction with
mobile systems and services. It covers the analysis, design, evaluation and
application of human-computer interaction techniques and approaches for all
mobile computing devices, software and services.

*Keynote Presentations
*Donghoon Chang, Mobile User Experience Design Group, Samsung Electronics,
Donghoon Chang is a vice president of mobile design team, mobile
communication division, Samsung Electronics. He received his MFAs from the
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) and Seoul
National University (Seoul, Korea). He had worked for IBM Korea and Time &
Space Tech inc. as a communications specialist and art director
respectively. Before joining Samsung, he was a professor at Ewha Womans
University (Seoul, Korea) where he taught visual design, information design,
and interaction design as well.

Prof. Masaaki Fukumoto, NTT DoCoMo, Inc. Frontier Technology Research Group,
Masaaki Fukumoto received B.Eng and M.Eng degrees in the University of
Electro- Communications, Japan, in 1988 and 1990, respectively. He received
a Ph.D. degree from the University of Electro-Communications in 2000. Title
of the Ph.D. thesis is "A Study on Fulltime-Wear Interfaces". He was with
the NTT Human Interface Laboratories, from 1990 to 1998, and the NTT DoCoMo
Multimedia Laboratories from 1998.

Prof. Michael Cohen, Spatial media Group. University of Aizu, Japan
Michael Cohen is Professor of Computer Arts at the University of Aizu in
Japan, where he heads the Spatial Media Group, teaching information theory,
audio interfaces, computer music, and researching interactive multimedia,
including virtual & mixed reality, computer music, spatial audio &
stereotelephony, stereography, ubicomp, and mobile computing. He received an
Sc.B. in EE from Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island), M.S. in CS
from the University of Washington (Seattle), and Ph.D. in EECS from
Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois).

*Submission Categories:
*Full Papers
Short Papers
Industrial Case Studies
Doctoral Consortium
Workshop position papers

*Conference Proceedings:
will appear in the printed conference proceedings. The electronic version of
the conference proceedings will be available via ACM Digital Library.
Extended versions of selected papers will be invited for possible fast track
publication on the Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal (Elsevier).

*Suggested topics include but are not limited to:
*Audio and speech interaction
Context-dependent systems
Designing Web sites for mobile devices
Ethnographical and field studies with mobile technology
Evaluation of mobile devices and services
Group interaction and mobility
Intelligent environments
Location-aware interaction
Methods to evaluate mobile usability
Model-based design of interactive mobile systems
Mobile phenomena
Mobility and work environments
Multimodal interaction
Novel user interfaces and interaction techniques
Perception and modeling of the environment
Safety issues (e.g., in-car user interfaces, payments)
Specific classes of handheld devices (PDA, Pocket PC, WAP phone, etc.)
3D graphics on mobile devices
3G/4G devices and services
Usability of mobile devices and services
Visualization techniques for the mobile context
Interdisciplinary perspectives towards mobile interaction (e.g. Social
User centered design tools and methods for mobile systems
Wearable computing
Mobile Entertainment
Urban and Location based gaming
Smart clothes
Mobile social networks
Useful services for mobile devices

1 March 2007: Full Papers, Posters, Industrial Case Studies, Workshops and
1 April 2007: Short Papers.
1 May 2007: Demos & Panels.
1 June 2007: Doctoral Consortium.

We are looking forward to your participation! For more information,
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