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***       DEADLINE JUNE 27th      ***

On a popular request, we decided for a ***second round of 
submissions***, whose deadline is June 27th.

IFIP WG 13.2 & WG 13.5 Workshop on Handling Security, Usability, User 
Experience and Reliability in User-Centered Development Processes


A full day workshop to be held in conjunction with INTERACT 2019
The 17th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
2 – 6 September, 2019
Paphos, Cyprus


Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research has been focusing on 
properties such as usability, accessibility, inclusive design, user 
experience. As new security risks are emerging with the continuous 
increase of Internet interconnections and the development of the 
Internet of Things, more recently security, trust and resilience have 
also become important for the development of interactive systems. Since 
users have been identified as one of the major security weaknesses in 
today’s technologies, HCI becomes a fundamental pillar for designing 
more secure (but still usable) systems. However, interactive system 
properties might overlap and sometimes create conflicts in user-centered 
development processes. For example, security could reduce system 
usability by placing a burden on users when they have to deal with 
passwords. The HCI research has provided several tools and techniques 
that can support designers in making decisions, but there are no 
“cookbooks”. This workshop promotes sharing of experiences in managing 
and resolving conflicts of multiple interactive system properties within 
the context of a user-centered design process. We are concerned by 
theories, methods and approaches for dealing with interactive system 
properties, managing potential conflicts and trade-offs. This workshop 
is organized by the IFIP WG 13.2 on Methodology for User-Centered System 
Design and the IFIP WG 13.5 on Human Error, Resilience, Reliability and 
Safety in System Development. It is a follow up of the successful 
workshop organized at INTERACT 2017 in Mumbai 

This workshop is open to everyone who is interested in multiple user 
interface properties while designing and building interactive systems. 
We expect a high participation of IFIP working group 13.2 and 13.5 
members. We invite participants to present position papers describing 
real-life case studies that illustrate the trade-offs between two or 
more properties of interactive systems. Any property related to user 
interface design is welcome, but two or more properties should be 
addressed in the same contribution. We are also interested in methods, 
theories and tools for managing multiple user interface properties.
Revised selected papers will be published in a subsequent edited 
Springer book  following the conference. This should take 6-9 months 
following the workshop.
During the workshop we also expect to discuss how to disseminate 
individual contributions to the community in the form of a special issue 
in an HCI journal.

This workshop is a full-day one organized around presentation of 
position papers and working activities in small groups. From the set of 
contributions, a subset of selected case studies will be invited to be 
presented at the beginning of the workshop and will be used to support 
the discussion that follows.
The morning session will be dedicated to welcoming participants and 
presenting case studies. Participants will be invited to comment the 
case studies and to report similar experiences.
The afternoon sessions will be devoted to interactive sessions, where 
participants will be invited to work in small groups on and propose 
solutions to the problems of the case studies presented in the morning.
Solutions proposed by the participants will be compiled and compared. 
Based on the lessons learned, participants will be invited to draft an 
agenda of future work that can be accomplished.

In order to attend the workshop, participants are invited to submit 
short papers (up to 6-10 pages long) reporting original academic or 
industrial research relevant to the workshop's theme.
Submissions should be formatted in Springer LNCS format 
They have to be in PDF format and no longer than 10 pages, with an 
abstract of up to 150 words.
Submissions are not anonymous and should include all author names, 
affiliations, and contact information.
All submissions will be reviewed by an international program committee.
Papers are submitted through the EasyChair website 
Upon acceptance, at least one author of each accepted position paper 
must attend the workshop.

Second-round submissions: June 27th, 2019
Camera ready: August 23rd, 2019 [Delayed]
Workshop date: September 3rd, 2019

Carmelo Ardito, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy 
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Regina Bernhaupt, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands 
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Philippe Palanque -  Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier, France 
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Stefan Sauer, Paderborn University, Germany ([log in to unmask])

Dr. Carmelo Ardito

Dipartimento di Informatica
Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
via Orabona, 4 - 70125 Bari, Italy	

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