2nd call for participation
We are pleased to announce the 3rd India HCI 2011 conference in Bangalore from April 9-11, 2011 at the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore (IIIT-B), India with pre-conference Workshop on 8th April 2011. The theme for this year conference, ?This is the Time?, recognizes the visible footprints been left in past and looking forward to connect us together at the right time and at the right place to address wider aspects of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and usability research.
Authors are invited to submit both research and practice oriented papers in the broad areas of Human Computer Interaction and Usability, covering topics (but not restricted to) as below:
Accessibility and Usability
Industrial System User Experience design Human Factors and HCI Human Error and Safety Evaluation Methods / Usability Evaluation User Experience based approaches Visualization Techniques Usability KPIs for Industrial systems HCI in the industry of emerging economies HCI for products & services in emerging markets, including for mobile systems HCI and designs for industrial software HCI for development HCI for remote contexts (international outsourcing / global software development) Affective HCI, Emotion, Motivational Aspects Data Analysis of usability field study Model-Based Design of Interactive Systems Usability and Software / Enterprise Engineering User Modeling/personas International and Cultural Aspects of HCI Adaptive Interfaces Augmented Reality and Tangible User Interfaces Cognitive load estimation techniques Context-Dependent Systems End-User Development and Adaptation Human-Robot Interaction Interaction with Small or Large Displays Multi-Modal Interfaces Multi-User Interaction / Cooperation Novel User Interfaces and Interaction Techniques Social Media / Social Networks
LANGUAGE OF CONFERENCE
IndiaHCI 2011 is an international conference and all submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. English is the official conference language, and all submissions must be in English.
Full Research Papers
Paper submission deadline: 30th November 2010
Acceptance notification: 30 January 2011
Rebuttal period: 1-7 February 2011
Camera ready version deadline: 28 February 2011
Tutorial and Workshop Proposals
Submission deadline: 30 Jan 2011
Acceptance notification: 25 Feb 2011
Final version deadline: 10 Mar 2011
Short Papers, Industrial Case Study, Panels, Posters, Student Design Competition Submission deadline: 15 Jan 2011
Acceptance notification: 10 Feb 2011
Final version deadline: 28 Feb 2011
FORMAT OF SUBMISSION
All submissions in all categories must follow the ACM SIG Proceedings Templates for Microsoft Word (.doc files only). Papers that do not follow the template will be excluded from the conference proceedings.
The maximum paper length, as defined in the various submission categories, will be automatically enforced by the conference submission system. For your convenience, a template for Microsoft Word (.doc) is provided for direct download. http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates
To submit a paper, follow the following steps:
Create an account on www.easychair.org . (This itself is a 4-step process – a short form, email address verification, a longer form and login.)
Go to http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ihci2011, Click on “New Submission” menu, and fill in your paper details.
Send your material at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bangalore has always been called the Silicon Valley of India. With the pleasant climate, the urban amenities, the rich tradition of technical education, and the highly professional ambience, numerous global and local corporate big-name entities have found a home here. The IIIT-B campus is located in the heart of Electronics City, one of the prestigious IT destinations in Bangalore, with excellent infrastructure, facilities, and services. The list of companies located in the high-tech area close to the Institute is a virtual Who’s Who of the IT business. IIIT-B is situated opposite the Infosys corporate headquarters, and is within easy walking distance of other major companies like HP, Siemens, Wipro, GE, Satyam, and others.
IIIT-Bangalore, Electronics City, Hosur Road, Bangalore, 560100
Tel: +91 ? 80 ? 4140 7777 / 2852 7627
International Program Committee
Andreas M. Heinecke, FH Gelsenkirchen, Germany Amit A. Nanavati, IBM Research Lab, India Andy Dearden, Sheffield Hallam University, UK Anirudha Joshi, IDC-IIT Bombay, India Ankur Sardana, Honeywell, India Ann Light, Sheffield Hallam University, UK Apala lahiri Chavan, HFI, India Atul Manohar, MahindraSatyam, India BjÃ¶rn Schuller, Technical University Munich, Germany Detlef Zuehlke, DFKI, Germany Dinesh Katre, C-DAC, India Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research, India Edwin Blake,University of Cape Town, SA Gaurav Bhushan, CISCO, India Gerrit Meixner,DFKI, Germany Helen Sharp, The Open University, UK JÃ¼rgen Ziegler, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Madhav Sriganesh, HP Labs, India Madhusudan Marur, Samsung, India Matthias RÃ¶tting, Technical University Berlin, Germany Michael Weber, University of Ulm, Germany Mikko Rissanen, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden Nikhil Iyengar, Cisco, India Nitendra Rajput, IBM Research Lab, India Nitin Urdhwareshe, Infosys, India Pramod Khambete, IDC-IIT Bombay, India Ravi Poovaiah,IDC-IIT Bombay, India Sandeep Datar, Yahoo, India Sandro Leuchter, Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany SriramSubramanian, University of Bristol, UK Suresh Chande, Nokia, Finland Susanne BÃ¸dker, University of Aarhus, Denmark Tiago Guerreiro, Lisbon Technical University, Portugal VinhTuan Thai, DERI, National University of Ireland,Ireland