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Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 19:11:00 +0100
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                                  INTERACT 2003

                  Ninth IFIP TC13 International Conference on
                              Human-Computer Interaction

                    Zurich, Switzerland, September 1-5, 2003


 Important Submission Deadlines
   January,  26, 2003: Papers, Tutorials, and Doctoral Consortium.

   February, 23, 2003: Panels, System Demonstrations, Interactive
                       Workshops, Future Developments in HCI,
                       HCI Societies Worldwide, Organizational Overviews.

   April,    27, 2003: Interactive Posters, Short Papers,
                       Special Interest Groups, Student Posters, Video

   July      30, 2003: Student Volunteers, Scholarships.

   The Call for Participation and Instructions for Authors is now
   see for details. Register your interest.

 Call for Participation
 The ninth IFIP TC13 international conference on Human-Computer
 will be organized at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in
 Zurich (Switzerland), from September 1st to 5th 2003.

 Don't miss out on the latest of this truly international, widely
 top quality HCI conference series. Academics, researchers and
 throughout the world are most welcome. All submissions will be blind
 reviewed by international HCI experts. All selected submissions will be
 published in a book of INTERACT Proceedings, the latest in the series
 published by an international scientific publisher.

 Come to INTERACT 2003 and savor Swiss life and culture while enjoying the

 best of intellectual discussion about HCI in research and practice at the

 ETH, one of the leading technical universities of the world.

 For further information see web site, or email: [log in to unmask]