UIST 2003 is looking forward to an excellent program with invited keynote
addressed by Ben Shneiderman and Sandra Marshall and with invited surveys on
chemical sensors and computer audio.
Add to these the charms of Vancouver, an exciting demonstration evening and
a full banquet overlooking the waterfront, and I think you'll agree it is a
can't miss experience.
And that's before the tremendous program of papers and Technotes
that has just been assembled by the program committee.
This is your last chance to submit work to the conference.
June 20 is the common deadline for:
Demonstrations -- peer reviewed demonstrations of interaction
concepts or interface systems. Authors submit a two page
abstract and a short video. Demos are held at an evening
demo reception that has often been the hit of the
Posters -- an opportunity to show work in progress or new work
not appropriate for papers or Technotes. Authors submit
a two page abstract and a draft of the poster itself. Both
will be judged by a peer review committee. Accepted posters
will be displayed during the conference with specific times
assigned for authors to explain their work and answer
Doctoral Symposium -- UIST's first doctoral symposium is a forum
in which Ph.D. students can discuss their work with each other
and with a panel of experienced UIST researchers in an
and interactive setting. Students submit a short written
and a sketch of a poster describing their ongoing work.
participants will receive free registration and a travel
For more information on any of these venues, or about the conference in
please visit http://www.acm.org/uist
Joseph A. Konstan
General Chair, UIST 2003
Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering
University of Minnesota
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