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Doctoral Consortium, HCI 2005
The 19th British HCI Group Annual Conference
Napier University, Edinburgh, UK, 5-9 September 2005
(http://www.hci2005.org/)

Deadline: 10th May 2005

Doctoral students conducting research in HCI and closely related
subjects are invited to submit their work to the HCI 2005 Doctoral
Consortium.

The aims of the HCI 2005 Doctoral Consortium are:

 - to offer a friendly forum for students to discuss their work and
receive constructive feedback;
 - to offer relevant information on issues important to doctoral
candidates;
 - to nurture a community of researchers across different institutions.

The consortium is likely to be of particular value to students in their
second year of study, but is open to students at all stages of their
research. Students accepted for the doctoral consortium will receive
free conference registration as well as free membership (or renewal of
membership) of the British HCI group.

See http://www.bcs-hci.org.uk/hci2005/sub-categories.asp#8 for more
details including submission information.

Doctoral Consortium Chairs:

Ann Blandford (University College London)
Paul Curzon (Queen Mary, University of London)
Shailey Minocha (Open University, UK)

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