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Stephen Roberts <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 19 Feb 2002 11:06:53 +1100
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The Computer Human Interaction Special Interest Group's (CHISIG) major
conference this year, Human Factors 2002 (HF2002), will be held in
Melbourne, Australia between 25-27 November, 2002.  This conference is
Australia's leading forum for finding out about the latest technology and
methods concerning human-computer interaction.

The HF2002 Conference will focus on "Design for the whole person" to
highlight the integration of physical, cognitive and social aspects of
design. This is the first joint Conference of the Ergonomics Society of
Australia (ESA) and the Computer Human Interaction Special Interest Group
(CHISIG's OZCHI Conference).

The Conference Program will feature a number of outstanding local and
international speakers, concurrent sessions, poster presentations and site
visits around the Melbourne area. The Conference attracts researchers and
practitioners from all around Australia and overseas - with a wide range of
interests, from human factors and ergonomics to design and information
technology - and provides a wonderful opportunity to meet and extend

Full details at

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