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*International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI)*

*Call for Papers*

*Special Issue: Mobile HCI*


*Guest Editors*

Fiona Nah, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA ([log in to unmask])

John Krogstie, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway (
[log in to unmask])

Dongsong Zhang, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA (
[log in to unmask])

Shengdong Zhao, National University of Singapore, Singapore (
[log in to unmask])



*Aims and Scope of the Special Issue*

Mobile and wearable devices (e.g., smartphones, FitBit, AppleWatch) are
among the most transformative technologies that have created a rapid
worldwide impact on almost every aspect of our social and working life due
to their ubiquity, pervasiveness, and portability. The built-in (e.g.,
accelerometers, gyroscopes, and ambient lighting sensors) and external
sensors have further increased the variety of interaction possibilities,
such as gestural interaction. Mobile and wearable devices are creating new
ways of conducting business, computation, and health management, and
transforming how we communicate, interact, and entertain. There have been
countless mobile applications developed and deployed in the past few years,
which are subject to a variety of usability, accessibility, and interaction
challenges.

This special issue is aimed to bring together the significant, cutting-edge
research findings and best practices in the field of mobile HCI and build a
bridge from current and emerging research to the future. It covers HCI
issues in the design, implementation, evaluation, and use of innovative
mobile, handheld, and wearable devices, techniques, and applications. The
relevant topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:

·       Usability of mobile applications and mobile user experience

·       Mobile accessibility and assistive technologies

·       Context-aware/context-sensitive mobile application design,
evaluation, and use

·       Adaptive mobile user interfaces

·       Multi-modal interaction technologies for mobile devices

·       Design, evaluation, and use of m-Health interventions or
applications

·       Development of mobile usability guidelines

·       Mobile collocated interactions with wearables

·       Mobile learning and educational mobile HCI

·       Mobile applications in smart city environments

·       Privacy, security, trust, and ethical issues in mobile commerce

·       Emerging interaction technologies for mobile devices

·       Mobile cognition – using mobile devices to enhance human cognition

·       Acceptance and adoption of mobile and ubiquitous technologies



*Manuscript Preparation*

Please refer to the “Instructions for authors” section on the website of
IJHCI (
http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=hihc20&page=instructions#.VnxZzvkrKUk)
for preparation of your manuscript for the special issue.



Authors of the special issue should submit their manuscripts via the IJHCI
Editorial Manager at http://www.editorialmanager.com/ijhc/default.aspx.
When asked to "Choose Article Type", please select “Special Issue Article”
and when asked to “Select Section/Category”, please choose "Mobile HCI".
Please follow the above steps to ensure that your manuscript will be
processed as a submission to this special issue.



*Important Dates*

Abstract submission due date (optional but recommended – please indicate
intent thru’ email to guest co-editors): May 1, 2016

Full paper submission due date:        June 10, 2016

Notification of the first round review decision:   August 15, 2016

Revisions due date:     October 15, 2016

Editorial decision:    November 1, 2016

Targeted special issue publication date: January, 2017



If you have any question about the special issue, please feel free to
contact any of the guest editors listed above.

-- 
Dongsong Zhang, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Information Systems
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
userpages.umbc.edu/~zhangd

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