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NordiCHI 2016 : Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

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Conference Series : Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
 
Link: http://www.nordichi.net/2016/
 
When Nov 23, 2016 - Nov 27, 2016
Where Gothenburg, Sweden
Submission Deadline TBD
 

Call For Papers

NordiCHI 2016 invites original papers that move the field of human-computer interaction forward, be it through the advance of theory, methodology, or practice. We invite submissions of long and short papers of the highest international standard. NordiCHI aims to be a multidisciplinary forum for exchange of the latest results, coming from and combining the social, the technical, and the aesthetic. We especially welcome submissions that break the boundaries of traditional HCI studies, addressing the conference theme: Game-changing design.

Long papers must present original work that significantly contributes to research and practice of Human-Computer Interaction in its broadest sense. They should demonstrate validity, novelty over the literature, benefit to the field, or otherwise make a contribution that matters. Short papers contribute brief and focused contributions.

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