14th International Symposium Human-Computer Interaction & Information Visualization
The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Visualization (IV) Symposium seeks original papers related to, but are not limited to, the following thematic areas of research, both theory and practice:
- IV and Interaction Design / Human-Centered Interface Design
- IV, HCI, and Biomedical / Health Informatics
- IV and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
- IV and Computer-Mediated Communication
- IV, HCI, and the Media Arts
- IV and Usability Engineering
- IV, HCI and Data Mining and High Dimensional Data Visualization
- IV, HCI and Knowledge Domain Visualization
- IV, HCI and Virtual reality, 3D Environments, Geo-Spaces, Etc.
- IV, HCI and Information Design and related Visualization Issues
HCI / IV papers should clearly show an HCI component demonstrated through theory and/or practice related to HCI, human-centered design, usability, and a concern for those principles and practices related to the general field. Symposium sessions will be broken down into 2 venue formats:
- Theories and models: Knowledge claims, history, or other theory-based issues can be addressed; as well as innovative or provocative HCI issues that reflect a substantial degree of analyses.
- Empirical studies: Recent, current, or proposed research studies that show observational (qualitative &/or quantitative) findings; including field studies and ethnography related to interactive systems.
- Methodologies, tools, and techniques: New forms of evaluation or processes for assessing interactive systems, including their design, building, and deployment.
- Products: Discussion and description of new interactive systems for any range of usage; including their system design, interface, and evaluation.
- Panel session (90 min.)
- Engaging series of short talks of a common topic and particular audience. Formats can include all or portion of the following with any combination of media: roundtable discussions, debates of opposing views, interviews or focus groups, demonstrations, and audience interaction / participation. Proposals for a panel much include: topic, abstract, and persons involved.
Please check the submission procedures @ the submission page.
General enquiries and submissions should be addressed to the Conference Co-ordinator
Symposium enquiries specific should be addressed to:
Flinders University, AUS
theodor.wyeld (@) flinders.edu.au
Universite Montpellier, FR
mountaz (@) lirmm.fr
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Information and Communications Engineering, Japan. http://www.nk.ict.e.titech.ac.jp/index_e.html
Nakayama (@) ict.e.titech.ac.jp