Dublin City University

2nd & 3rd Sept 2010

 

iHCI 2008

 

iHCI 2008, the Second Conference of the Irish HCI Community, was held in University College Cork on the 19th and 20th of September.

The theme of the conference, "Cultures of Interaction", reflects the continued growth of HCI, which engages with many aspects of human life. While retaining its grounding in the sciences of usability and interaction, HCI also draws from the social sciences, arts and humanities. The theme for the conference reflects the creative brew being concocted by Irish researchers, practitioners, and students engaged with HCI today.

The conference included long and short papers from practitioners and researchers, a postgraduate and apprentice practitioner consortium, and demos and posters.

The conference program is available online and the website can be found at: http://ihci.ucc.ie/

Organisation

I-HCI 2009 was held in University College Cork on the 19th and 20th of September 2008 it was organised and sponsored by the Department of Applied Psychology, UCC and the Department of Computer Science, UCC.

The Conference Organisers were :

  • Jurek Kirakowski, Department of Applied Psychology (jzk@ucc.ie)
  • John McCarthy, Department of Applied Psychology (john.mccarthy@ucc.ie)
  • Ian Pitt, Department of Computer Science (i.pitt@cs.ucc.ie)

ANNOUNCEMENTS


IMPORTANT DATES

  • Short/Full papers30th April 2010 Extended: 17th May 2010
  • Other submissions28th May 2010 Posters & Demos Extended: 3rd June 2010
  • Author notification16th June 2010
  • Confirm Invitation to Poster Session23rd June 2010
  • Camera Ready papers23rd July 2010
  • Conference2-3 Sept 2010

SUPPORTED BY

  • CLARITY: Centre for Sensor Web Technologies
  • Dublin City University