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UIST 2002: 15th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software & Technology
October 27 - 30, 2002
Paris, France


**** Deadline for Posters and Demos  8 July 2002 ****

**** Electronic Submission Available via ****

**** Check out the 2nd ACM UIST Interface Design Contest ****

**** Full details are available at: ****


Peer-reviewed demonstrations show early implementations of novel, 
interesting, and important interface concepts and HCI systems. They can 
also serve to showcase commercial products not previously described in the 
research literature. Demos will be given in parallel at the opening 
reception. Demos should be brief so that they can be shown repeatedly 
during the demonstration session. Demos with which people can interact are 
especially encouraged. A Demo submission should be no more than two ACM 
conference pages in length, and accompanying videotape or digital video 
file should be at most four minutes long.

Reviewed posters are a new category for UIST this year. Posters provide an 
interactive forum in which authors can present work to conference attendees 
during a special poster session. Posters provide an opportunity to describe 
new work or work that is still in progress, and will be more lightly 
reviewed than papers or TechNotes. Poster submissions should be in the form 
of a two-page paper in ACM format, describing the contents of the poster 
and its value to UIST attendees.


UIST 2002 is an ACM/SIGCHI event organized by INRIA, the French National 
Research Institute in Computer Science. The conference will take place at 
the Maison de la Mutualité, in the heart of the Latin Quarter in Paris. The 
conference venue is close to the River Seine, a short walk from Notre Dame, 
Jardin des Plantes, the Panthéon and the Sorbonne, with easy access to the 
rest of Paris via le Métro.

Full conference details are available at: