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"Dr.-Ing. Hansjürgen Paul" <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 1 Mar 2006 05:50:09 +0100
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Mensch & Computer 2006

Humans & Computers – Sixth multidisciplinary Conference

September 3–6, 2006,
University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen in
Gelsenkirchen-Buer, Germany

Humans and Computers in Structural Changes

Organised by
Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.
German Chapter of the ACM
University of Applied Sciences in Gelsenkirchen
Institute for Work and Technology
in the Science Centre North Rhine-Westphalia

Contributions of all disciplines dealing with aspects of
human-computer-interaction are welcome. The focus should be on practical
applications and theoretical models, on new concepts and established
applications, on ergonomics and design.


Topics are e.g.:

Changes in work environment
–  New services in health care, in logistics, transportation and
    traffic as well as management and administration
–  Support of development of new technologies in design and
    construction, investigation and documentation
–  Worldwide (co-)operating with CSCW and by localisation and
    individualisation, support of networks of innovation
    Changes in learning and education
–  Support of lifelong learning, new forms of learning and teaching
    including edutainment and infotainment
–  Teaching and studying human-computer interaction, interface design
    and software ergonomics

Changes in computer usage
–  Mobile applications, ubiquitous computing and ad-hoc-networks
–  Virtual environments and augmented reality
–  Intelligent devices and environments, handhelds, wearables and
    pervasive computing


Submission of contributions

The conference language is German. Contributions can be submitted in
German or English. All contributions must be submitted via the web based
conference system according to the conditions of the website:

https://www.mc2006.informatik.fh-gelsenkirchen.de/conftool

Submissions

Contributions – Regular contributions can be reports about scientific
projects or reports on practice projects; they will be reviewed
according to their origin and focus. Contributions should not exceed six
to ten pages, including pictures and references and should be formatted
according to the LNI author guidelines. All contributions have to be
made anonymous, they will be reviewed anonymously.

Design Presentations – Outstanding examples of designing interactive
systems or digital media will be presented in reserved conference
tracks, including short talks with demonstrations, and in an exhibition
area during interactive poster sessions. Presentations have to be
introduced and explained on not more than five pages, according to LNI
author guidelines. Design presentations have to be made anonymous, they
will be reviewed anonymously.

System Demonstrations - Demonstrations will be presented in reserved
conference tracks, including short talks with demonstrations, and in an
exhibition area during interactive poster sessions. System
demonstrations should focus on solutions or tools, being introduced and
explained on not more than five pages, according to LNI author
guidelines. Access to software should be possible via internet. All
contributions have to be made anonymous, they will be reviewed
anonymously.

Posters - This type of contribution describes in a compact form results
of research projects or practice projects. They will be presented in
interactive poster sessions. The poster type is designed for reports on
innovative, off-beat, and "early stage" approaches, implementations and
applications. Each poster has to be accompanied by short paper according
to LNI author guidelines, maximum three pages. All posters have to be
made anonymous, they will be reviewed anonymously.

Workshops - Their tracks are half day or full day, in parallel tothe
regular contribution tracks. Workshops offer an open forum for short
presentations, discussions or collaborative work. Proposals for
workshops should not exceed two or three pages, explaining contents and
aims of the workshop, naming organisers and target groups. Contributions
to the workshop and their results will be published in additional
proceedings. Details and guidelines have to be handled over to the
participants and contributors by the organisers of the workshop.

Tutorials - Tutorials are reserved for experts giving detailed
presentations on various topics, half day or full day. Proposals should
include title, a short description, an introduction of presenter and
some information about the intended target groups.


Meet your deadlines
-  Contributions until               19.03.2006   DEADLINE EXTENDED
-  Proposals for tutorials until     15.04.2006
-  Notification of acceptance until  05.05.2006
-  Camera-ready papers until         02.06.2006


Conference Office

Claudia Völker
University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen
Department of Computer Science
45877 Gelsenkirchen

Phone   +49 209 9596-789
Fax     +49 209 9596-703


Additional Information
http://www.mensch-und-computer.de/mc2006

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