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Tina Bin Zhu <[log in to unmask]>
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> *Call for Participation: International Symposium of Interaction Design and
> Human Factors - IDHF2014*
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> *Website: idhf.xrenlab.com <http://idhf.xrenlab.com>*
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> *25th – 27th November 2014*
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> The study of human factors discovers and applies information about human
> behaviour, abilities, and other characteristics to the design of tools,
> machines, systems, tasks, jobs, and environments, for productive, safe,
> comfortable, and effective human use. Interaction design is inherently
> multidisciplinary, forward looking, and aims to sketch, synthesise and
> prototype the future. Although the two fields are related, there are
> differences in approach. For example, interaction designers often seek to
> shape, create and explore future solutions. Human factors researchers seek
> to operationalize social, psychological or behavioural theory to optimize
> design (e.g. error free interaction). When focused on a common problem,
> human factors and interaction design can be complementary, but there is a
> need to understand how best to achieve this.
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> IDHF 2014 focuses on the relationship between the two, aiming to support
> design practice, though the factoring of established research findings
> relating to human error, cognitive performance and/or perceptual-motor
> control.  IDHF 2014 will be held on November 25-27 (Nov. 25 afternoon,
> registration; Nov. 26, full-day conference; Nov. 27, internal workshop -
> invited only), in Kochi, Japan  (http://idhf.xrenlab.com/). We will have
> two SIGCHI Academy members, John M. Carroll from Penn State University and
> Aaron Marcus from AM+A, as keynote speakers. We will invite forty world
> class researchers, most of whom are based in Asia, to attend in order to
> present research findings, discuss their work, foster collaborations and
> develop underlying methodological frameworks, to drive HCI field forward. We
> will set up two parallel panel discussion: Safe & Natural Interactions, and
> HCI & Education. Accepted papers of sufficient quality will be published in
> a special issue of Interacting with Computers.
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> *Important Dates*
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> 1st April 2014 (11:59pm JST): Publication of Call
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> 1st June 2014 (11:59pm JST): Deadline for Full Papers
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> 1st August 2014 (11:59pm JST): Notification of Acceptance of Full Papers
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> 1st September 2014 (11:59pm JST): Deadline for Posters and Poster Papers
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> 21st September 2014 (11:59pm JST): Notification of Acceptance of Posters
> and Poster Papers
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> 25th-27th November 2014: Date of the Symposium
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> IDHF2014 invites submissions in all areas of Human Computer Interaction,
> Human Factors, Usability, Interaction Design and related areas.
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> *Submission Types*
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> We encourage the following submission types:
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> *Full Papers*
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> Full Papers are intended to report stable and completed research. Papers
> will be 4-10 pages and will undergo a peer review process. Submitted full
> papers should follow the ACM CHI paper template (Word:
> http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-word-template/viewLatex:
> http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform/sigchi-papers-latex-template/view).
> Accepted papers will be presented orally, at the symposium. *Authors of
> accepted papers, of sufficient quality, will have an opportunity to extend,
> revise and resubmit them to Interacting with Computers Special issue in
> Human Factors and Interaction Design for Critical Systems. *
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> Please note that there is no requirement to anonymize paper submissions
> and at least one author of each accepted paper needs to register for the
> symposium.
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> *Posters*
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> This is a juried submission track that allows attendees to showcase early,
> relatively speculative or not yet completed work so that others can know
> what they are doing. Authors are required to submit a poster and a 1-page
> poster paper including author information and a description of the study.
> Submitted poster papers should follow the IDHF Poster Paper template (Word: Download
> here<http://idhf.xrenlab.com/sites/default/files/IDHF_Poster_Paper_Word_Template_A4_V3.doc>).
> For the review process, the poster should be reduced to one standard page
> in size and submitted as a PDF file.
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> Please note that there is no requirement to anonymize poster submissions
> and at least one author of each accepted paper needs to register for the
> symposium.
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> We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kochi!
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> *Kibum Kim, Huawei Tu (conference* *chairs)*
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> *Yunqiu Li, Christ Vincent (program chairs)*
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