INTERACT 2013 solicits submissions addressing all aspects of Human-Computer Interaction.
The conference theme, “Designing for Diversity”, recognizes the interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and intercultural spirit of human-computer interaction (HCI) research. The conference welcomes research that acknowledges diverse disciplines, abilities, cultures and societies, addressing both the technical and social aspects of HCI. Within the broad umbrella of HCI, we seek high quality contributions opening new and emerging HCI disciplines, bridging cultural differences, and tackling important social problems.
INTERACT 2013 provides a forum for practitioners and researchers to discuss all aspects of HCI, but special consideration will be given to papers taking account of the conference theme ‘Designing for Diversity’.
INTERACT 2013 is an international conference and all submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. English is the official conference language: all submissions must therefore be written in English. The style of English should be suitable for a global audience of non-native English speakers, using good structure and layout to help the readers navigate. Do not use convoluted English (gobbledygook) and avoid the use of idioms.
•Full research papers (18 pages)
•Short research papers (6 pages)
•Interactive posters (6 pages)
•Industrial programme (6 pages)
•Special interest groups (SIGs) (3 pages)
•Panels (3 pages)
•Demonstrations (3 pages)
•Doctoral consortium (6 pages)
•Workshops (3 pages)
•Tutorials (3 pages)
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