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* MIXER 2006:
* International Workshop on the
* Design and Engineering of Mixed Reality Systems
*
* Call for Participation and Position Papers (deadline: April 30th)
*
* 5 June 2006
* Bucharest, Romania
* http://www.isys.ucl.ac.be/bchi/cadui/06/index.php?page=mscope
*
* jointly with
* CADUI 2006: Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces
* ********************************************************************

*** Conditions for participation ***
If you want to attend the MIXER workshop, please submit a position paper (1 
page, up to 5 pages) before April 30 (see Submission and Participation for 
more details).


*** MIXER Scope ***
MIXER is an international workshop dedicated to the design and engineering 
of Mixed Reality Systems. Following on from the first work-shop, 
MIXERŽ2004, jointly organized with ACM-IUIŽ2004 and CADUIŽ2004, the primary 
goal of MIXERŽ2006 is to bring together researchers in the area of Mixed 
Reality (MR) systems (including augmented reality, augmented virtuality, 
augmented video, and tangible systems) to identify and articulate key 
research challenges for the design and engineering of MR systems.

Also, in order to develop reliable theoretical foundations for MR systems, 
there is a need to gather the results of MR research and development to 
create a body of reusable knowledge for the design and construction of 
future systems. This body of knowledge may include:
- MR design and engineering issues;
- Research challenges for design methods and tools;
- A corpus of applicable usability knowledge (e.g., guidelines, design 
heuristics).

*** Submission and Participation ***
In order to foster rich discussions during the workshop, participants will 
have an on-line access to the accepted submissions 3 weeks prior the workshop.

Therefore, if you wish to participate and havn't yet submitted a long 
paper, we are seeking for short papers (1 to 5 pages), briefly presenting 
the position of the participants with regards to the topics of the workshop.
Please foloow the formating instructions provided at this URL 
http://www.springer.com/sgw/cda/frontpage/0,11855,5-40492-0-0-0,00.html. 
and use the online conference reviewing system 
http://www.conferencereview.com/index.asp to submit the position papers.

All papers (long and short) accepted for the workshop will first be 
published in the on-line proceedings of the workshop prior the workshop.

*** Important Dates ***
- Workshop: June 5th, 2006
- On-Line publication: May 12th, 2006
- Deadline for position papers:  April 30th, 2006
- Deadline for long paper submissions: February 27th, 2006 (CLOSED)


*** Further Information ***
For any additional questions, please contact the workshop co-chairs:
Laurence Nigay (U. of Grenoble): [log in to unmask]
Philip D. Gray (U. of Glasgow): [log in to unmask]
Emmanuel Dubois (U. of Toulouse): [log in to unmask]



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