IFIP TC.13 INTERACT (www.interact2001.com)

Venue: Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Event Date/Time: Jul 09, 2001 End Date/Time: Jul 13, 2001
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Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is about theories, methods and tools that relate to the design, development, evaluation and use of human-oriented computer-based systems; and that enhance and support human work and activity, especially in terms of reliability, usability, acceptability and user satisfaction.

This is the first time that INTERACT will be held in the Asian region.There will be more chances than ever before that research and development activities in Western countries will meet with those in Eastern countries. Many people from the Asia Pacific region, as well as from Europe, America and other regions of the world, are expected to participate in the conference making it a truly world-wide HCI conference.



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CONFERENCE TOPICS Contributions which advance the theory or practice of various HCI perspectives are welcomed. The review policy is to support innovative research and development activities from academia, research and practice. Theoretical Issues:psychology of design; software psychology; cognition and perception; emotional and motivational aspects of interaction; ergonomics; physical and physiological issues; Kansei engineering; user modeling; models of interaction; discourse and multi-party dialogues; intelligent user interface; analytic usability measures. Organizational, Social and Cultural Issues:organizational psychology; sociological and anthropological research of organization; organizational structure and the future of work; developmental process of the product; cultural dependencies and adaptation. Dissemination and Practice:HCI education and curriculum; case studies; cost benefit analysis. Interactive System Design:formal methods and notations; task and work analysis; design methodologies; interaction design; software engineering; graphic design; participatory design; collaboration system design; design environment and tools; evaluation methods and techniques; information design; multimedia and multimodal systems; guidelines and standards. Interaction tools and techniques:virtual reality; force feedback; speech synthesis and voice input; eye tracking; character recognition; scene analysis; information visualization; emotional interaction; pet robot; agents and multiparty systems; system architecture; adaptation and end-user programming. Applications:groupware systems; networked information sharing; consumer products; mobile and wearable systems; public electronic systems; large-scale plant systems; embedded systems; art and entertainment; computer games, military tools and systems; medical devices and systems; factory systems. Special HCI issues:universal design; barrier-free interfaces; systems and techniques designed to support disabled and senior people as well as people with special needs