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MobileHCI 2011 : MobileHCI 2011


Conference Series : Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services
When Aug 30, 2011 - Sep 2, 2011
Where Stockholm, Sweden
Submission Deadline Feb 18, 2011
Categories    HCI   mobile

Call For Papers

MobileHCI 2011 - Call for Papers

13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI 2011), August 30th - September 2nd, 2011, Stockholm Sweden

MobileHCI 2011 will be held between the 30th of August and the 2nd September, 2011, in Stockholm Sweden Doctoral Consortium Day, Workshops and Tutorials on August 30th, 2011. MobileHCI 2011 is organised by the Mobile Life VinnExcellence Centre (Stockholm University, Interactive Institute and SICS) in collaboration with Ericsson, Nokia, Kista Science City, the City of Stockholm, and in cooperation with ACM SIGCHI and ACM SIGMOBILE.

*Accepted papers will be published in the annual conference proceedings and will be included in the ACM digital library.

Important Dates

Full and Short Paper submission: 18th February, 2011
Workshop submission (organisers): 28th January, 2011
Tutorials submission: 18th February, 2011
Posters submission: 8th April, 2011
Demos and Experiences submission: 8th April, 2011
Industrial Case Studies submission: 8th April, 2011
Design Competition: 22nd April, 2011
Doctoral Consortium 8th April, 2011
Panels: 9th April, 2011
Conference Dates: August 30th – September 2nd, 2011

Conference Scope and Description

The Mobile HCI conference is at the centre of the most expanding area of computing, i.e. the astonishing emergence of a mobile application market and the expansion of internet services to wide and mobile user groups. It is the leading conference in the field of Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. The MobileHCI series provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction with mobile systems and services. It covers the design, evaluation and application of techniques and approaches for mobile and wearable computing devices and services. MobileHCI is now on its 12th Edition with some of the previous events taking place in Lisbon (2010, Bonn (2009), Amsterdam (2008), Singapore (2007), Espoo (2006), Salzburg (2005), Glasgow (2004), Udine (2003), Pisa (2002), Lille (2001), Edinburgh (1999), Glasgow (1998).

Suggested topics

We solicit original research and technical papers not published elsewhere focusing on the following topics (but not limited to):

Novel user interfaces and interaction techniques
Mobile social networks
Context-aware systems
Multimodal interaction (including audio and speech)
User centred design tools and methods for mobile systems
Ethnographical and field studies with mobile technology
Group interaction and mobility
Mobile social networks
Interfaces for mobile communities
Services for mobile devices
The design of location-based services for mobile devices
The design; evaluation and case studies-of-use of application development environments
Wearable computing, smart clothes, new devices and sensors
Mobile entertainment, storytelling and location based gaming
Aesthetic interaction and experience design
Affective Computing and mobile embodied interaction
Perception and modelling of the environment
Personal assistance with mobile devices
Mobile art
Mobility and work environments
Evaluation and usability of mobile devices and services
Mobile accessibility
Model-based design of interactive mobile systems
Visualization techniques for the mobile context (including 3D graphics on mobile devices)
Safety issues e.g., in-car user interfaces, payments
Trust, privacy, content protection, legal aspects & issues in mobile applications & services

General: Markus Bylund, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) , Stockholm
Program: Oskar Juhlin and Ylva Fernaeus, Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University and SICS, Kista Stockholm
Local: Maria Holm, Mobile Life
Papers and notes: Elizabeth Churchill, Yahoo! and Albrecht Schmidt, University Duisburg-Essen
Doctoral colloquium: Kristina Höök, Mobile Life Centre and Jofish Kaye Nokia Research, Palo Alto
Social Buzz: Alexandra Weilenmann Mobile Life Centre/Göteborg University
Demos: Paul Coulton, Lancaster University and Jakob Eg Larsen, Technical University of Denmark
Workshops: Giulio Jacucci Helsinki Institute of Technology and Sara Ljungblad, Mobile Life Centre
Design competition: Younghee Jung Nokia Research, Bangalore, India and Mauro Cherubini, Telefónica R&D
Industrial exhibit: Tomas Bennich, Kista Mobile Showcase
Industrial Case studies: Virpi Roto, Helsinki Institute of Technology
Posters, tutorials (to be decided)
Keynote Speakers

Jeanna Kimbré, Manager, Colours & Materials, Creative Design Centre, Sony Ericsson Sweden
Adrian Cheok, Professor, Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University, Japan
Paper Submission

Submissions must be in an electronic form as PDF format and should be uploaded using the conference website. Submissions should be at most 10 pages in ACM MobileHCI format. Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 peer-reviewers, selected by meta-reviewers. Additional guidelines can be found on the conference’s website.

The conference Proceedings will be published by ACM and indexed by the ACM Digital Library.

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