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====The 9th Irish Human Computer Interaction (iHCI 2015) conference====
=====  https://ihci2015.wordpress.com/  =====

The annual iHCI conference will take place on the 23rd October 2015 at 
the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) in Dublin. It is being 
organised by the NCAD+UCD Creative Technology Network, a partnership 
between academics and designers at University College Dublin and NCAD 
championing and facilitating cutting edge HCI collaborations, research 
and design.

The conference will showcase leading research by researchers in Ireland, 
and by Irish researchers working internationally, through poster and 
curated presentation sessions. The overall theme for this year is 
creative technology and the future of HCI in Ireland.

The event will have keynote talks from four leading voices in the field 
of HCI.

===Confirmed Keynotes===
Sriram Subramanian, Informatics, University of Sussex
Aaron Quigley, SACHI, University of St Andrews
Anna Cox, UCL Interaction Centre
John McCarthy, Applied Psychology, University College Cork

===Submissions===
We invite two kinds of submissions: ***Posters*** and ***Presentations***

Submission to the Poster Track should be of original research conducted 
by researchers based in Ireland and Irish researchers working 
internationally. The work should not have been previously published and 
can include work in progress.

The Presentations Track is a showcase of work by researchers based in 
Ireland, as well as Irish researchers based internationally, that has 
been published in leading international HCI venues over the past year 
(September 2014- September 2015). Examples of venues include CHI, CSCW, 
Interact, NordiCHI, IJHCS, TOCHI, IwC and other highly ranked 
international conferences and journals. The aim is to give the authors 
of such work the opportunity to share their research with an Irish audience.

In both tracks we encourage submissions that focus on Human-Computer 
Interaction, widely defined. We particularly encourage submissions from 
PhD students and early career HCI researchers in Ireland

===Submissions Details===
**Poster Track**: Abstracts (up to 250 words in length) should be 
submitted to http://goo.gl/forms/vkrWjpGcUJ. All accepted posters will 
be presented in a poster session and networking event during the main 
conference.

**Presentation Track**: A link to the paper as well as full paper 
details (title, presenter/author name, abstract, venue presented) should 
be submitted tohttp://goo.gl/forms/SqQ9yfAVFD. The authors of all 
accepted presentations will be given a presentation slot during the main 
conference.

Deadline for Submission: 21st September 2015
Notification of acceptance: 28th September 2015

===Conference Organisers===
Benjamin R. Cowan, School of Information & Communication Studies, UCD
David Coyle, School of Computer Science, UCD
Emma Creighton, Interaction Design, NCAD


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