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TAMODIA 2009  (http://ihcs.irit.fr/tamodia2009/)

TAMODIA 2009 is the 8th in a series of workshops focussed around the
notations used to describe user tasks.  The notations range from
textual and graphical forms to formal descriptions as well as
interactive, multimodal and multimedia tools. Submissions are equally
welcome from those studying notations and modelling frameworks
themselves, or the ways in which these fit within the interaction
design process.

TAMODIA 2009 will run on the 7th and 8th of September at Murray
Edwards College at the University of Cambridge.  TAMODIA 2009 has been
planned to follow on from the annual British HCI conference (1-5th
September).

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Keynote Speakers have been confirmed as:

Professor Andrew Howes (University of Manchester), "Rational
adaptation to task and processing constraints."

Professor Gilbert Cockton (University of Sunderland).  "Beyond Tasks:
User Experiences as the Achievement of Worth"

SCOPE OF PAPERS

We seek high-quality, original papers that address the theory, design,
development and evaluation of ideas, tools, techniques, methodologies
in (but not limited to) the following topics:

TASK ANALYSIS
Understanding opportunistic, dynamically planned on-the-fly
activities, and non-planned activities
Participatory role of the user in task elicitation
Verification and validation of task models
Properties of tasks
Understanding opportunistic, dynamically planned on-the-fly
activities, and non-planned activities
Ethnographically informed task model construction

PROCESSES AND METHODS
Early requirements for task-based design
Task-based design
Integration of task analysis and task modelling with software engineering
Integration of task analysis and task modelling with user centred design
Derivation of UI from task models: systematic processes and methods

TASK MODELLING
Analytical and empirical task modelling
Cognitive task models
Notations and tools for task modelling

APPLICATION DOMAINS
Safety critical systems
E-commerce and e-government
Collaborative systems
Complex or exceptional tasks
Education
Service Domains
Leisure, entertainment, creative activities and experiences

INTERACTION TECHNIQUES
Task models for multimodal interaction
Task models for augmented and virtual reality
Task models for smart environments

SUBMISSION CATEGORIES

Scientific papers (up to 14 pages) should present high quality,
original work within the topics of the conference.  They should
highlight general scientific contributions of the research and
practical significance.

Industrial/Demo papers (up to 14 pages) can present tools for dealing
with task models, case studies demonstrating practical application of
Task Modelling and Task Analysis on large scale, and real cases
illustrating good practices from. Authors of accepted papers should
prepare a poster (A3 format) summarising their to be exposed at the
conference hall during the demo session.

Student papers (up to 6 pages) offer students the opportunity to
discuss and to exchange the experience both the work in progress and
almost finished dissertations.

Short papers (up to 6 pages) should present preliminary results,
reports of work in progress and also within the scope of the workshop.

The proceedings of TAMODIA'2009 will be published by Springer in the
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.  Papers must adhere
to the Springer LNCS publication  format
(http://www.springer.com/east/home/computer/lncs?SGWID=5-164-7-72376-0).

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission	     27th April 2009
Notification	     29th May 2009
Final Copy	              26th June 2009
TAMODIA 2009	      Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th September


ORGANISING AND PROGRAM COMMITTEES

CONFERENCE CHAIR
Peter J Wild	University of Cambridge	UK

TECHNICAL CHAIRS
David England	Liverpool John Moores	UK
Robert Macredie	Brunel University	UK

ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Philippe Palanque	University Paul Sabatier	France
Jean Vanderdonckt	Catholic University of Louvain 	Belgium
Marco Winckler	University Paul Sabatier	France

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Please see the website for full details of the the program committee.

SUPPORT

TAMODIA 2009 is supported by the following organisations:

University of Cambridge
Liverpool John Moores University
Brunel University
Springer Verlag LNCS
IFIP
BCS Interaction

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