Along with my colleague (and former classmate) Dr. Gavin Doherty we are the conference chairs for the 3rd Irish Conference on Human Computer Interaction (I-HCI 2009) held in Trinity College Dublin on the 17th and 18th of September 2009. The program chair for I-HCI 2009 is Dr. Saturnino Luz
from Trinity College Dublin.
Registration for the conference is now open. The conference proceedings, all 142 pages, contains the papers presented at (I-HCI 2009). As the Irish HCI community is evolving there isn’t a specific theme for I-HCI 2009 but instead we aim to draw together the research community through this conference.
I-HCI 2009 presents new research on human computer interaction. We sought short and long technical papers and student papers describing original, previously unpublished research results including:
- Collaborative System UIs
- Computer-Mediated Communication and Online Communities
- Design Methods
- End-User Programming and Adaptation
- Ethnography and design-oriented fieldwork
- Evaluation Methods
- Human-Centered software engineering
- Hypermedia and Web Design and Usability
- Intelligent User Interfaces and User Modeling
- Location-aware Interaction
- Ubiquitous and Context-Aware Computing
- Speech and Natural Language
- Information Visualisation
Special topics of interest include
- Human Factors in Health Care Informatics
- Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing in the wild
- Evaluation Methods suitable for study in home, workplace and mobile settings.
The program includes an IxDA Industry Session, a tutorial on Inclusive Design for Older and Disabled Users offered by Prof. Helen Petrie and colleagues from the Univ. of York, a workshop on experience, usability, and functionality: exploring the components of interaction, organised by HFRG, UCC and UL along with a keynote presentation by Professor Barry Smyth from the University College Dublin.
"Doherty G., Quigley A. and Luz S. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Irish Conference on Human Computer Interaction (I-HCI 2009), ISBN: 9781871408485, Dublin Ireland, Sept 17-18 2009 "
For more details on the program of events visit the conference program.
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