[chisigmail] CFP: Workshops HCI 2008
Peter J Wild
peter.j.wild at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 14:09:41 EST 2008
Abdennour El Rhalibi, Liverpool John Moores
Peter J Wild, University of Cambridge
A workshop provides a valuable opportunity for a small group to meet
and engage in rich and interactive discussions about a topic of common
interest. Submissions may address any topic of interest to the HCI
community: basic research, applied research, new methodologies,
emerging application areas, tools, models and design innovations. We
expect a workshop to be sufficiently focused to act as a step towards
producing, for example, an edited book or a special issue of a
journal. We require all successful workshops to produce a poster that
will be then be displayed during the conference itself, to allow
delegates to benefit from the output of contributing workshops.
Workshops are intended to be one day long, but proposals for other
durations will be considered if they offer good reasons for requiring
less or more time.
Workshops will happen on the Monday or Tuesday before the conference.
Workshop organisers must pay to attend their own workshop. Workshop
attendees are not required to attend the whole conference, though we
hope most will.
The submission via the HCI 2008 must include:
1. A covering letter giving phone, email and address of the
workshop's primary contact, the 30-word summary, the way the workshop
will be run (emphasising any additional participant involvement or
intended product). the goals of the workshop, include an explanation
of the timeliness and importance of the theme, the likely backgrounds
of the participants.
2. A two-page description of the workshop using the template,
containing a title, contact details for the coordinators, an abstract,
a description of the topic(s) and an account of the workshop procedure
The workshops and tutorials will be held on 1st and 2nd September 2008
Abdennour El Rhalibi, Liverpool John Moores, A.Elrhalibi at ljmu.ac.uk
Peter J Wild, University of Cambridge, peter.j.wild at gmail.com
David England, D.England at ljmu.ac.uk
HCI 2008 Website http://www.hci2008.org/
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