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*IX Latin American Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CLIHC 2019)*

September 30 to October 4, 2019, Panama City

https://clihc2019.laihc.org/


*Call for participation*

The IX Latin American Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, CLIHC 2019,
aims to provide a premier forum that brings together the Latin American and
international HCI research communities to discuss and share ideas, methods,
approaches and techniques for designing interactive user experiences. In
accordance with previous editions, we believe that HCI must foster the
production of technology that can be used and appreciated by as many people
as possible, enabling intercultural exchange and cooperation between people
with different backgrounds and needs.

This year, CLIHC 2019 is hosted by the Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá at
Panama City and is open to submissions in the following categories:

●      Full papers

●      Short papers

●      Posters

●      Workshops

●      Tutorials

●      Student Design Competition

●      Graduate Colloquium

Authors are invited to prepare and submit articles reporting on research
projects, innovative designs, user studies, models of interaction, field
studies, case studies, and others. Academics, researchers, practitioners,
and professionals from the industry, undergraduate and graduate students are
all welcome to participate in the peer-reviewed selection of the works that
will be presented in Panama City, Panama, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 2019.

Topics of submissions may cover all aspects of Human-Computer Interaction,
including, but not limited to:

●      Innovative user interfaces

●      User modeling

●      User experience (UX) and usability

●      User interfaces (UI)

●      Natural user interfaces

●      Multimodal interfaces

●      Robot-human interaction

●      Mobile computing

●      Affective computing

●      Interaction with smart objects

●      Internet of things (IoT)

●      Brain-computer interaction (BCI)

●      Interfaces for virtual, augmented and mixed reality

●      Social computing

●      Crowdsourcing

●      Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW

●      Health and HCI

●      Perception and visualization

●      Telepresence

●      HCI for Development - HCI4D

●      Education and HCI

●      Interfaces and interaction in games

●      Interfacing with artificial intelligence

●      Embodied interaction

●      Usability of programming languages

●      Child-computer interaction

●      Older adults and computers

*Important dates (full and short papers)*

●      Submission: May 26th, 2019

●      Notification: June 28th, 2019

●      Camera ready: July 14th, 2019


*Submission Categories*

*Full papers (8 pages)*

Research projects that have achieved a mature stage and present an original
contribution to the state of the art are welcome to submit in the full
paper category. Submissions must be relevant to the subject of the
conference, and may not have been published nor be in review process in any
other conference or journal. The maximum length for full papers is 8 pages
including references, and papers must be written in English.

The articles will be reviewed by at least two reviewers in a double-blind
process. Please note that submitted articles must be anonymized, including
references to the authors’ own previous work.

Articles accepted in this category will be published in the ACM Digital
Library. At least one author of the paper must attend the conference.

*Short papers (4 pages)*

Research projects wishing to report original preliminary, partial, or
complementary results may submit their papers to the short paper category
which has a maximum length of 4 pages including references. Submitted
papers must be written in English. Content must be relevant to the
conference, and may not have been published nor be in review process in any
other conference or journal.

The articles will be reviewed by at least two reviewers in a double-blind
process. Please note that submitted articles must be anonymized, including
references to the authors’ own previous work.

Articles accepted in this category will be published in the ACM Digital
Library. At least one author of the paper must attend the conference.


For information about the submission process and further details, please
refer to the full CfP: https://clihc2019.laihc.org/call.html


*Contact*

Email: [log in to unmask]

Twitter: @clihc2019

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clihc/

https://clihc2019.laihc.org/

*General chairs* ([log in to unmask])

Elba Valderrama Bahamóndez, Technological University of Panama, Panama

Pedro César Santana Mancilla, University of Colima, Mexico

*Program chairs* ([log in to unmask])

Luis A. Castro, Sonora Institute of Technology, Mexico
Valeria Herskovic, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Chile

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