EuroHaptics 2012: Second Call for Participation

June 12-15, 2012
Tampere, Finland

Paper submission website is open! (deadline February 15th, 2012)
Workshop proposals are still accepted (deadline January 31st, 2012)
Applications for student volunteers (deadline March 1st, 2012)
Sponsors are highly welcome! Contact us for details.

EuroHaptics is a major international conference and the primary European
meeting for researchers in the field of human haptic sensing and touch
enabled computer applications. This diverse field covers research in
areas including, but not limited to, haptic perception, haptic hardware,
haptic rendering and haptic applications, such as surgical simulation,
rehabilitation robotics, and haptic feedback for design and applied arts
applications. We invite papers on all aspects of haptic research and

EuroHaptics 2012 will provide researchers from academia and industry
with an opportunity to present ideas, obtain feedback and establish
contacts with other haptics researchers from around the world. Haptic
hardware and software developers will also be provided with the
opportunity to get familiar with the latest research, as well as to
demonstrate their products to a wider audience, and discuss specific
requirements first hand with existing and potential customers.

Key themes for EuroHaptics 2012:
– Haptic Interaction when Mobile
– Haptics in Pervasive Environments
– Neuroscience
– Perception & Psychophysics
– Haptic Rendering
– Devices & Technology
– Medical & Rehabilitation Applications
– Art & Design Applications
– Collaborative Haptics
– Multimodal Interaction
– Tactile Display & Tactile Sensing
– Haptic HCI (Interaction, Visualisation)

January 31, 2012: Deadline for workshop proposals (see below)
February 15, 2012: All submissions due
(strict deadline, no extension!)
March 23, 2012: Notifications for acceptance
April 2, 2012: Camera-ready papers due
April 11, 2012: Early registration deadline
June 12, 2012: Workshops
June 13-15, 2012: The main conference

The proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in
Computer Science series. The submissions must follow Springer LNCS
guidelines and the maximum limits for each category:
– demonstration papers: 4 pages (poster and demonstration)
– short papers: 6 pages (talk or poster)
– full papers: 12 pages (talk)

More information on the submission formats and instructions for
submission is available through the conference website at Demonstrations will be encouraged to be
included in the program also with short and full paper presentations.

Contact us for details:

EuroHaptics 2012 will take place in Tampere, Finland. The conference
will be hosted in a lakeside setting at the Scandic Rosendahl hotel,
within 2 km from central Tampere.

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