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                     ACM CHI 2003
       Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
               Fort Lauderdale, Florida
                    April 5-10, 2003

                      WORKSHOPS
              on April 6(sat) and 7(sun)
       Position papers are due: January 17(fri), 2003
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check this for more details.
http://www1.acm.org/sigs/sigchi/chi2003/workshops-advanced.html

Jonathan Lazar & Kumiyo Nakakoji
CHI2003 Workshop Co-chairs

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=== A list of workshop titles and their organizers ======
*** TWO DAY WORKSHOPS (Sunday & Monday 6/7 April)

1. Designing Personalized User Experiences for eCommerce:
Theory, Methods, and Research

Clare-Marie Karat (IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Jan Blom
(Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland),
John Karat (IBM TJ Watson Research Center)

2. Designing for Learning

Susanne Jul (University of Michigan), Chris Quintana
(University of Michigan)

3. Perspectives on HCI Patterns: Concepts and Tools

Sally Fincher (University of Kent, UK) Janet Finlay (Leeds
Metropolitan University, UK),  Sharon Greene (IBM T. J.
Watson Research Center), Lauretta Jones (IBM T. J. Watson
Research Center), Paul Matchen (IBM T.J.Watson Research
Center), Pedro J. Molina (CARE Technologies, Spain), John
Thomas (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)

*** ONE DAY on Sunday 6 April

4. Scenarios in Practice

John Carroll (Virginia Tech), Mary Beth Rosson (Virginia
Tech), Paul McInerney (IBM)

5. Perspectives in End User Development

Fabio Patern (CNUCE-CNR, Italy), Alexander Repenning
(University of Colorado), Volker Wulf (University of Siegen
and Fraunhofer Institute, Germany), Henry Lieberman (MIT
Media Lab)

6. Humor Modeling in the Interface

Anton Nijholt (University of Twente, The Netherlands),
Oliviero Stock (ITC-IRST, Italy),  Alan Dix (Lancaster
University, United Kingdom), John Morkes, (Trilogy, USA )

7. Finding a "Value" Matrix for Pervasive Multi-modal
Application Scenarios

Jennifer Lai (IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Noi Sukaviriya
(IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Elizabeth Mynatt (Georgia
Institute of Technology)

8. Best Practices and Future Visions for Search User
Interfaces: A Workshop

Misha W. Vaughan (Oracle Corporation), Helmut Degen
(SiemensAG Germany), Marc Resnick (Florida International
University), Peter Gremett (AOL Time Warner)

9. Supporting Intercultural Computer-Mediated Discourse:
Methods, Models, and Architectures

Fahri Yetim (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Elaine
Raybourn (Sandia National Laboratories)

10. HCI and Security Systems

Andrew Patrick (National Research Council of Canada), A.
Chris Long (Parallel Data Laboratory), Scott Flinn (National
Research Council of Canada)

*** ONE DAY on Monday 7 April

11. Principles for Multimodal User Interface Design

Jim A. Larson (Intel Corporation), Sharon Oviatt (Oregon
Graduate School)

12. Comparative Expert Reviews

Rolf Molich (DialogDesign, Denmark), Robin Jeffries (Sun
Microsystems)

13. Shared Virtual Worlds over the Internet: a New Frontier
for E-learning?

Paolo Paolini (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Nicoletta Di
Blas (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Susan Hazan (Israel
Museum, Israel), Israel Lorenzo Cantoni (USI, Switzerland)

14. Designing Culturally Situated Technologies for the Home

Genevieve Bell (Intel), Mark Blythe (York University), Bill
Gaver (RCA), Phoebe Sengers  (Cornell University), Peter
Wright (York University)

15.Subtle Expressivity for Characters and Robots

Noriko Suzuki (ATR, Japan), Christoph Bartneck (Technical
University of Eindhoven, The  Netherlands)

16. Providing Elegant Peripheral Awareness

JJ Cadiz (Microsoft Research), Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft
Research), Scott McCrickard  (Virginia Tech), John Stasko,
(Georgia Inst. of Technology)

17. System Administrators are Users, Too: Designing
Workspaces for Managing Internet-Scale System

Rob Barrett (IBM Almaden Research Center), Yen-Yang Michael
Chen (Univ. of California at Berkeley), Paul Maglio (IBM
Almaden Research Center)

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