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IHC 2021 : XX Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems


When Oct 18, 2021 - Oct 22, 2021
Where Virtual
Abstract Registration Due May 16, 2021
Submission Deadline May 23, 2021
Notification Due Aug 9, 2021
Final Version Due Aug 16, 2021
Categories    HCI   human-computer interaction

Call For Papers

Research Track - Call for Papers
In 2021, IHC’s theme is “Interaction from Caburaí to Chuí”, as references to the northernmost and southernmost landmarks of the Brazilian continental territory. This event invites researchers and practitioners to reflect upon the diversity of our research in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The idea also incorporates the exploration of the diversity of cultures, research themes, regions, target publics, ways of interactions, among others. We invite quality submissions from all over Brazil and further afield, as geographical barriers and travel difficulties are diminished with an online event.

In Brazil, IHC was classified by national agency CAPES as B2 (first level of the second tier) in 2013-2016. In the provisional unified Qualis rating by CAPES for the next four-yearly evaluation, IHC is projected to be classified as A4 (fourth level in the first tier). IHC’s H5 index calculated by Google Scholar was 9 in 2019, growing to 11 in 2020. IHC is the largest national event in the area of Human-Computer Interaction in Brazil, and has grown considerably in recent years.

Researchers, professors,industry practitioners and students are invited to submit papers to IHC’s research track, covering research that contributes to the area of HCI. Papers submitted to the research track should report on original research in HCI. They should not have been published or under consideration for publication in any other venue. Papers published in the research track should provide solid and high-quality scholarly research, with evident contributions to the field of HCI. Contributions should include results from studies that provide evidence from research and/or application of HCI. In the research track, papers should present consolidated results with high relevance, demonstrated originality and adequate validation, according to the type of method employed in the research.

Papers submitted to the research track should have up to 10 pages, excluding references. Submissions may be written in English or Portuguese. Submissions should by anonymized and follow the template provided at ACM CHI2020 (acm-sigconf). For Portuguese-speaking authors, we recommend consulting the paper “Guia Rápido para Submissão Anônima: proteja sua identidade corretamente“, published at SBC Horizontes, and authored by Profa. Mirella Moro.

We strongly recommend using the Latex template available at Overleaf.

If preferred, authors may use the Latex source files.

Optionally, authors may use the template do MS-Word template.

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