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                     EHCI'01 - Advance Call for Papers

                          IFIP Working Conference on
                  Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction

                          Toronto, Ontario, Canada
                              May 11-13, 2001

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ORGANISATION

The 8th IFIP Working Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer
Interaction (EHCI'01) will take place in Toronto, Canada, immediately
preceding the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE'01).
EHCI is a single-track conference organised by IFIP Working Group 2.7/13.4.
As this is a working conference, participation is limited to people
with accepted papers or position statements, or by invitation of the
General Chair.  Accepted papers will be published in the conference
proceedings through IFIP.

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TOPICS

The conference is intended to bring together those interested in
strengthening the engineering and scientific foundations of user interface
development.

Papers are solicited on the functional requirements for human-computer
interaction, and on the design, implementation and management issues
involved in satisfying these requirements.

Topics of particular interest are:

    * Software engineering aspects of user interfaces, such as:
         o architectures;
         o formal methods in HCI; e.g. for safety critical systems;
        o HCI models; e.g. context, user, task, object-oriented;
         o impact of distribution on user interfaces;
         o portability, consistency and integrability;
         o development processes;
         o case studies.
    * User interface tools and techniques in areas such as:
         o adaptive and customizable systems;
         o intelligent interfaces;
         o world wide web;
         o evaluation of user interfaces: technologies and tools;
        o building user interfaces using commercial frameworks.
    * Innovative user interfaces:
         o mobile/ubiquitous/wearable computing;
         o information visualization and navigation;
         o multimedia and multimodal user interfaces;
         o perceptual user interfaces; e.g. sensing and tracking systems;
         o computer supported cooperative work (CSCW systems and models);
         o virtual reality;
         o augmented reality.

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ORGANIZERS

General Chair:

Rick Kazman, SEI/CMU
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890, U.S.A.
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Programme Co-Chairs:

T.C. Nicholas Graham  and   Philippe Palanque
Queen's University          University of Toulouse I
Canada                      France

Proceedings Co-Editors:

Reed Little           and   Laurence Nigay
SEI/CMU, USA                CLIPS/IMAG, France

Programme Committee:

G. Abowd, U.S.A.
L.J. Bass, U.S.A.
M. Beaudouin-Lafon, France
M. Borup-Harning, Denmark
A. Chabert, U.S.A.
S. Chatty, France
G. Cockton, U.K.
J. Coutaz, France
P. Dewan, U.S.A.
A. Dix, U.K.
C. Gram, Denmark
K. Hopper, New Zealand
J.A. Larson, U.S.A.
R. Little, U.S.A.
I. Newman, U.K.
L. Nigay, France
F. Paterno, Italy
H.G. Stiegler, Germany
C. Unger, Germany

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SUBMISSION

Prospective attendees may provide two forms of submission.
Full papers may be up to 6,000 words in length, and will be
published in the post-conference proceedings.  Authors of full
papers will be expected to present their work at the conference.
Position papers, addressing some aspect of Engineering for HCI,
may be up to 1,000 words in length.  Position papers will be
published in the informal proceedings circulated at the
conference, and may optionally be presented at the conference
in poster format.

Papers must be prepared in the conference publications format,
and submitted electronically in PDF format.  Formatting and
submission instructions will appear on the conference web site.
In case of problems or questions with electronic submission,
please send email to [log in to unmask]

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IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission deadline:
      October 2, 2000
Acceptance notification and conference programme announcement:
      December 18, 2000
Camera-ready version of papers due:
      February 28, 2001
Conference:
      May 11-13, 2001
Workshop reports due:
      June 8, 2001

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FURTHER INFORMATION

EHCI 2001 web site:     http://lihs.univ-tlse1.fr/ehci01 (Europe)
                        http://www.cs.queensu.ca/~ehci01 (North America)
ICSE 2001 web site:     http://www.csr.uvic.ca/icse2001
EHCI Email:             [log in to unmask]

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