Interacción 2012 is the 13th edition of the International Conference promoted by the Spanish Asociación para la Interacción Persona-Ordenador (AIPO), whose main objective is to promote and disseminate the recent advances in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. This conference will provide a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas on design and application of techniques and methodologies with a multidisciplinary approach.
In addition, the conference also aims to increase awareness about the AIPO (Asociación Interacción Persona-Ordenador) and Human-Computer Interaction at all levels and also academic disciplines that might be interested (sociology, audiovisual communication, business administration, fine arts, cognitive psychology, etc.).
The Asociación para la Interacción Persona-Ordenador (AIPO) has been organizing this conference since 2000 (Granada). Subsequent editions were held in Salamanca (2001), Leganes (2002), Vigo (2003), Lleida (2004), Granada (during the celebration of CEDI 2005), Puertollano (2006), Zaragoza (during the celebration of CEDI 2007), Albacete (2008), jointly Barcelona (Spain) and Armenia (Colombia) (2009), Valencia (during the celebration of CEDI 2010), Lisbon (jointly with INTERACT 2011).
In 2012 the First Joint Conference between the HCI community of Spain and the HCI community of Mexico will be organized. The International Conference Interaccion 2012 will be held in the Miguel Hernandez University of Elche (Spain) and the Mexican Conference MexIHC 2012 will be held in the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), México, D.F.
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