** FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS **
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* short deadline * *no fee for accepted speakers *
* post-conference proceedings in Springer LNCS *
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UX/IA/HCI 2012 -- HCI & Information Architecture Conference/Summit
18-20 April 2012, Warsaw (Poland)
** CONFERENCE AIM AND SCOPE
The UX/IA/HCI Conference/Summit is the premier conference on
human-computer interaction organized in Central Europe, addressed to
both researchers and practitioners. We want to focus on User Experience
(UX), which drives the HCI field now and will probably remain the key
theme in the future.
This UX/IA/HCI Conference/Summit is an unique opportunity to meet in one
place researchers and practitioners working in various areas of
professional interaction design, in various institutions ranging from IT
systems and e-services development to interactive games and interactive
media design for business, advertisement or entertainment.
The conference will have two main tracks covering (1) scientific and (2)
practical aspects of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information
Additional tutorials and Human Motion Analysis (HMA) workshop will be
also included into conference program.
Major interest areas of the conference include INTERACTION DESIGN,
STRATEGY and RESEARCH.
All relevant contributions are welcome, especially addressing topics
-- User interface design, interaction design, usability, accessibility,
-- User Experience, Customer Experience, Service Design,
-- understanding people and interactions: theory, concepts and methods,
-- expanding novel forms of interaction through technology, systems and
-- interactive multimedia and multimodal interfaces,
-- unfolding trends in HCI research and practice,
-- application, critique and evolution of methods, processes, theories
-- teamwork, management and strategy in research and design organizations,
-- HCI in education, training and knowledge sharing,
-- last-minute reports, pilot studies presenting work-in-progress and
By presenting, discussing, and reporting innovative research and ideas,
the conference participants will explore these areas with the aim of
developing knowledge, establishing personal contacts and enhancing the
cross-relationships between scientific activities and design developments.
** SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Extended abstracts (max. 500 words) with author’s data must be sent
until 1 March 2012 to: [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask] .
All abstracts should be submitted using the template downloadable from
the conference website:
** PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATION
Based on submitted, peer-reviewed abstracts the authors will be invited
to prepare either oral or poster presentation.
-- Oral presentations will be 20 minutes plus about 5 minutes time for
questions and discussion. Presentation language is English.
-- Accepted speakers: pay no conference fee
-- Poster authors will be requested to be present at their presentations
for a 2-hour period on the day of poster display.
Extended versions of all accepted presentations will be invited for the
post-conference publication in the prestigious Springer-Verlag Lecture
Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) volumes, after completing additional
** IMPORTANT DATES/DEADLINES
1 March 2012 Submission of abstracts proposals
4 March 2012 Notification of acceptance
1 April 2012 Submitting the presentation (slides)
18-20 April 2012 Conference
** CONFERENCE CHAIRS AND PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:
- Prof. Krzysztof Marasek (PJWSTK, Warsaw, PL)
- Prof. Marcin Sikorski (PJWSTK, Warsaw, PL)
- Prof. Gilbert Cockton (Northumbria University, UK)
- Dr Agnieszka Szóstek (CHI Polska)
- Hubert Anyżewski (UseLab, Warsaw, PL)
- Wiesław Kotecki (UseLab, Warsaw, PL)
Further information about the conference venue:
Please send your queries about the conference to:
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dr hab. inż. Marcin Sikorski, prof. PJWSTK
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