MOBILE HCI KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED, REGISTRATION OPEN
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This fall OCAD U is hosting Mobile HCI, an international conference on designing the future of mobile. It’s the first time the conference will be held in Canada (and only the second time in North America), and its distinguished team of organizers includes Dr. Sara Diamond, OCAD U’s president. Registration for the event, which will take place at Toronto’s Hyatt Regency Hotel, September 23 to 26, is now open.
Mobile HCI, which stands for human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services, is a high profile forum for innovations in mobile, portable and personal devices, and the services to which they enable access. Now in its 16th year, the conference will bring together academics, hardware and software developers, designers and practitioners from around the world.
The conference includes a wide array of keynote talks, workshops, tutorials and a doctoral consortium. There will also be a papers program, demonstrations, a design competition and industrial case studies presentations.
Keynote talks include:
Amahl Hazelton, Producer, Urban Spaces 2.0, Moment Factory
Mark Vanderbeeken, CEO, Experientia
People, Places and Things: A Mobile Locative Mapping Workshop
Enhancing Self-Reflection with Wearable Sensors
Socio-Technical Practices and Work-Home Boundaries
Re-imagining Commonly Used Mobile Interfaces for Oder Adults
Workshop on Designing the Future of Mobile Healthcare Support
Mobile-based Tangible Interaction Design for Shared Displays
Mobile Health: Beyond Consumer Apps
Wearable Computing: A Human-centred View of Key Concepts, Application Domains and Quality Factors
Speech-based Interaction: Myths, Challenges and Opportunities
Mobile HCI website
Keep checking the website for program updates, and/or follow the conference on Twitter: @ACMMobileHC