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Please note that the deadline for Mobile HCI 2002 has been EXTENDED to March
3 and START V2 Conference Manager is available for electronic submission.


(Our sincere apologies if you receive multiple copies)
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                                   CALL FOR PAPERS

                                 The Fourth International Symposium on
                    Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices
                               (Mobile HCI 2002)


                              September 18-20, 2002
                                    Pisa, Italy

                    http://giove.cnuce.cnr.it/mobilehci02.html
________________________________________________________________________


IMPORTANT DEADLINES:

  Full Papers, Tutorials and Workshops Submission:         March 3, 2002
  Notification (full papers, tutorials and workshops):   May 1, 2002
  Short Papers and Demos Submission:                     May 15, 2002
  Notification (short papers and demos):                 June 1, 2002
  Camera-Ready Version:                                  June 5, 2002


SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION:

The Mobile HCI symposium series provides a forum for academics and
practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for
effective interaction with mobile systems. It is intended to cover
the design, evaluation and applications of techniques and approaches
for all mobile computing devices. Authors are invited to submit papers
for consideration. Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

    * Audio and speech interaction
    * Case studies of mobile devices and tasks
    * Context-dependent systems
    * Design of handheld guides
    * Intelligent environments
    * Integration of mobile devices and telecommunications
    * Novel user interfaces
    * Perception and modelling of the environment, including sensing device
techniques
    * Usability evaluation
    * Location-aware interaction
    * Model-based design of interactive  mobile systems
    * Multimodal interaction
    * Safety issues
    * UML for mobile applications
    * Visualisation techniques
    * Web design for mobile devices


FULL PAPERS SUBMISSION:

Submit full papers of no more than 15 pages (including figures and
references) in PDF format. Papers must clearly show the name, postal
address, email address, and fax number of the contact author. Document
templates are available at Springer-Verlag LNCS Authorsí Instructions page
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). The papers must be sent by
using the Conference Tool (http://giove.cnuce.cnr.it:8080/submit.html).
After acceptance the final paper is required in electronic version according
to the file templates provided by the publisher. Accepted papers will appear
in the conference proceedings that will be published in Springer-Verlag LNCS
series  and distributed at the conference. Extended and revised versions of
the best papers accepted for the Conference will be peer-reviewed and
published in a special issue of "Interacting with Computers" journal
(http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/intcom).


TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS SUBMISSION:

The tutorial proposal should specify the background knowledge and skills
required of participants. It should also specify the level of the tutorial
as introductory, intermediate or advanced. A tutorial may take either half a
day or a full day. Tutorial proposals will be evaluated on  the quality of
the proposal, basis of their benefits to participants and
their fit within the overall tutorials programme. Factors to be considered
include relevance, timeliness and audience appeal; suitability for
presentation in a half-day or full-day tutorial; use of appropriate
presentation methods and exercises; and past experience and qualifications
of the instructors.
More detailed instructions at
http://giove.cnuce.cnr.it/mobilehci/tutorials.html

The workshop proposal should specify the background knowledge required of
participants. It should be two page long and should specify the topics of
interest. Factors to be considered include relevance, timeliness and
audience appeal.
The tutorial/workshop submissions must be in PDF format and must be sent by
using the Conference Tool (http://giove.cnuce.cnr.it:8080/submit.html)


The Symposium will be held in cooperation with ERCIM, IFIP TC13, ACM-SIGCHI,
ACM SIGCHI-Italy and BCS-HCI

    * Symposium Chair: Fabio PaternÚ, C.N.R. - CNUCE


PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

    * Stephen Brewster, University of Glasgow
    * Keith Cheverst, University of Lancaster
    * Luca Chittaro, University of Udine
    * Joelle Coutaz, University of Grenoble
    * Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research
    * Boris De Ruyter, Philips Research
    * Alan Dix, vfridge limited and University of Lancaster
    * Mark Dunlop, University of Strathclyde
    * Nicholas Graham, Queens University
    * Phil Gray, University of Glasgow
    * Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Laurence Nigay, University of Grenoble
    * Dan  Olsen, Brigham Young University
    * Reinhardt Opperman, Fraunhofer FIT
    * Luca Passani, Openwave
    * Angel Puerta, RedWhale Software
    * Matthias Rauterberg, University of Eindhoven
    * Daniel Salber, IBM T.J. Watson
    * Carmen Santoro, C.N.R.- CNUCE
    * Albrecht Schmidt, Universitšt Karlsruhe
    * Mathias Schneider-Hufschmidt, Siemens
    * Ahmed Seffah, Concordia University
    * Constantine Stephanidis, Forth
    * Kaisa Vaananen, Nokia
    * Jean Vanderdonckt, University of Louvain
    * Bruno von Niman, Ericsson Enterprise

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