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Call for Participation - CADUI'2002
4th International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces
Valenciennes, France, May 15-17, 2002

Deadline: July 31, 2001

CADUI is the triennial meeting of the "computer-aided design of user
interfaces" community in Human-Computer Interaction and serves as
the principal international forum for reporting outstanding research,
development and industrial experience in this area.

Previous editions of this event were:
- 1993 : CAGUI'93, 1st International Workshop on Computer-Aided
Generation of User Interfaces, Ulm, Germany, November 1993
- 1996 : CADUI'96, 2nd International Workshop on Computer-Aided
Design of User Interfaces, Namur, Belgium, June 1996
- 1999 : CADUI'99, 3rd International Conference on Computer-Aided
Design of User Interfaces, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, October 1999

Scope :
We seek high-quality, original papers and posters/demonstrations
that address the theory, design, development, evaluation of ideas,
tools, techniques, methodologies for computer-aided design of user
interfaces (UI) in (but not limited to) the following areas:

- Agent-based UI: interface agents, personal agents, intelligent agents,
commenting and design agents; mono and multi-agent architectures
- Automated and semi-automated generation of UI
- Automated integration of multimedia/multimodal input
- Automated presentation of information
- Computer-aided design of adaptive, adaptable and customizable UI
- Computer-aided design of ecological UI
- Computer-aided design of localized, globalized UI
- Computer-aided design of multi-user and/or collaborative UI
- Computer-aided design of UI during all development steps: requirements
gathering, specification, design, modeling, development, prototype,
evaluation, deployment, reverse engineering and re-engineering
- Computer-aided design of UI for the Internet, for tasks such as design,
navigation, brokering, electronic commerce, access, and presentation
- Computer-aided management of windows systems
- Decision support systems in UI design and evaluation
- Design patterns of UI
- Development support tools and techniques
- Domain specific model-based approaches
- Evaluation of CADUI tools and CADUI engineered UI
- Formal methods in interactive systems development and CADUI approaches
- Front-end interfaces to multimedia, hypermedia, knowledge-based,
personalized information, simulation systems
- Methods, metrics and tools for computer-aided evaluation of UI
- Model-based and task-based approaches to UI design
- Model-Based Interface Development Environments (MB-IDEs)
- Software tools and techniques for widget selection and placement
- UI management systems (UIMSs)
- UI modeling language

The CADUI'2002 meeting will have the thematic focus: "Towards a Uniform
User Interface Modeling Language". CAGUI'93, the first edition of this
event, largely focused on ways for automated production of user interfaces
since it was at that time a challenge to produce a running user interface.
CADUI'96, the second edition of this event, partially shifted this focus to
the question of how to design a user interface based on methods, models and
support software. CADUI'99, the third edition, put more emphasis on the
human control in the production process and by supporting design and
re-design. Today, several CADUI tools are available for use in both the
research and commercial markets. However, each tool or tool suite is using
its own model, its own language, etc.

The new challenges for 2002 would be
- To concentrate efforts on a shared uniform user interface modeling language
- To expand the process not only to design but also to other activities
involved so that it would be a computer-aided development of user interfaces
- To evaluate the methods, models and tools that have been produced so far
To build tools and have real designers use them.

Important Dates
    All Submissions: July 31, 2001
    Review notification: October 31, 2001
    Final submissions: February 15, 2002
    Send submissions to Jean Vanderdonckt, Program Committee Chair.

Conference Chair:
    Christophe Kolski
    LAMIH - UMR CNRS 8530
    University of Valenciennes - Le Mont Houy
    F-59313 Valenciennes Cedex 9, France
    Phone: +33-(0), Fax: +33-(0)
    Email: [log in to unmask]

Program Committee Chair:
    Jean Vanderdonckt
    Institut d'Administration et de Gestion (IAG)
    Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Place des Doyens, 1
    B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Phone: +32-(0)10/47.85.25 , Fax: +32-(0)10/47.83.24
    Email: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask]

Program Committee
    Mourad Abed, University of Valenciennes, France
    Demosthene Akoumianakis, ICS-Forth, Greece
    Ghassan Al-Qaimari, RMIT University, Australia
    Thomas Baudel, ILOG, France
    Alain Derycke, University of Lille I, France
    Houcine Ezzedine, University of Valenciennes, France
    Peter Johnson, University of Bath, United Kingdom
    Jean-Daniel Fekete, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France
    Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany
    Elizabeth Furtado, Universidade Fortaleza, Brazil
    Patrick Girard, University of Poitiers, France
    Emmanuelle Grislin-Le Strugeon, University of Valenciennes, France
    Henry Lieberman, MIT, USA
    Frank Lonczewki, BetaResearch GmbH, Germany
    Claude Machgeels, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
    Mark Maybury, The Mitre Corp., USA
    Faouzi Moussa, ENSI de Tunis, Tunisia
    Jocelyne Nanard, University of Montpellier, France
    Philippe Palanque, University of Toulouse I, France
    Fabio Paternò, CNUCE-CNR, Italy
    Norman Paton, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
    Angel Puerta, RedWhale Corp., USA
    Dominique Scapin, INRIA, France
    Eleni Stroulia, University of Alberta, Canada
    Robert St. Amant, North Carolina State University, USA
    Egbert Schlungbaum, University of Rostock, Germany
    Constantine Stephanidis, ICS-Forth, Greece
    Pedro Szekely, University of Southern California, USA
    Jean Vanderdonckt, Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium
    Charles Wiecha, IBM T.J. Watson Research Centre, USA

Organisation Committee
    Mourad Abed, University of Valenciennes, France
    Emmanuel Adam, University of Valenciennes, France
    Houcine Ezzedine, University of Valenciennes, France
    Emmanuelle Grislin-Le Strugeon, University of Valenciennes, France
    Christophe Kolski, University of Valenciennes, France
    André Péninou, University of Valenciennes, France

    Papers written in English are solicited for presentations as talks
    in long or short format. Long papers (limited to 12 pages) should
    highlight both the general scientific contributions of the research
    and their practical significance. Short papers (limited to 6 pages)
    report late-breaking results or ongoing research and development
    The conference will consist in an oral presentation of both long and short
    papers. Presentation time is 25 mn and discussion time is 5 mn.

    In order to support the understandability of any paper submission, videos
    and/or recorded sessions will be considered and appreciated. Submissions
    should be sent by electronic mail to the Program Committee Chair
    preferably as TeX, PDF, PostScript, or Word files. Recorded sessions
    also be sent by electronic mail to the Program Chair as SCM, AVI, MPEG

    The proceedings will be published as a hard-cover book by Kluwer Academics
    Publishers ( Submissions should be formatted according
    to Kluwer Academics Publishers format guidelines which are electronically
    available online at the Publisher's web site:
    See for instance the last edition at:
    Each accepted paper, whether long or short, will appear as a chapter in
    the book "Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III".

    Depending on the quality and the extensiveness of submissions, extended
    versions of selected papers will be considered for publications in two
    journals: Interacting With Computers
    and Journal of Human-Machine Interaction

    Universite de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambresis

    Laboratoire d'Automatique, d'Informatique et de Mécanique Industrielles
    et Humaines (LAMIH)

    Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

    Association Francophone d'Interaction Homme-Machine (AFIHM)

    Universite catholique de Louvain

    Institut d'Administration et de Gestion

    Institut National de Recherche en Automatique et en Informatique- INRIA

    Region Nord Pas-de-Calais

Travel to the conference centre
    Valenciennes is located in the North of France, close to Lille, Paris,
    Bruxelles, London, Aachen, and is easily accessible by road, rail, and
    air; travel information is available at:

Prof. Christophe KOLSKI
Laboratoire d'Automatique et de Mécanique Industrielles et Humaines
GR "Raisonnement Automatique et Interaction Homme-Machine" (RAIHM)
"Automated Reasoning and Human-Machine Interaction" Research Group
Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis - Le Mont Houy
F-59313 Valenciennes cedex 9 - FRANCE
Phone: (33)
Fax:   (33)
Email:  [log in to unmask]

CADUI'2002 Conference Chair (à/in Valenciennes) :

IHM-HCI'2001 video co-chair (à/in Lille) :