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          ================= INTERACT '99 ================

      The 7th IFIP TC13 Conference on HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
                       Incorporating HCI'99

                  30 August - 3 September 1999
                      Edinburgh, Scotland

                     www.bcs.org.uk/hci/i99

INTERACT '99 is now a month away. If you're not already one of the 400+ registered delegates, you should act now to reserve a place at the last major international celebration of HCI this millennium.

You won't want to miss:

** Keynotes by Karen Holtzblatt (Customer-Centred Design as Discipline), Roy Kalawski (New Generation Virtual Reality), Brian Gaines (HCI in the next millennium: supporting the world mind), Veronique de Keyser (Understanding Cognitive Complexity), Johanna Moore (Conversations with Applications) and Joy Mountford (What and how should we design?).

** Twenty-one paper sessions on topics such as Mobile Systems, E-business, Haptics, Accessibility, Healthcare Informatics, among others.

**  A special "Industry Day" on Wednesday, 1 September, with twelve industrially-focused presentations ranging from Iris Verification (NCR) to Design Methods for Telephone-Based User Interfaces (Nokia).

** Fifteen tutorials, five workshops, panels, videos, posters, lab overviews, an "Interactive Experience", videos, site visits.

** A full social programme including a Scottish ceilidh with traditional Scottish dancing and the Conference Dinner in the stunning National Museum of Scotland in the centre of medieval Edinburgh.

** The Edinburgh International Arts Festival which runs before, and concurrently with, the conference.

You can register to attend the entire conference or to attend a single day of your choice. Accommodation is available at the conference venue as well as in nearby hotels.

Additional information on the conference, including the full Advance Programme and Registration Form, is available via:

www.bcs.org.uk/hci/i99

or from:

INTERACT '99 Secretariat,
Meeting Makers,
Jordanhill Campus,
76 Southbrae Drive, Glasgow G13 1PP UK
tel: +44 (0) 141 434 1500
fax: +44 (0) 141 434 1519
email: [log in to unmask]

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INTERACT '99 is hosted by the British Computer Society through its specialist group, the British Human-Computer Interaction Group.

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