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6th Latin American Conference on Human Computer Interaction (CLIHC 2013)


Hotel Riu Guanacaste
http://www.riu.com/en/Paises/costa-rica/guanacaste/hotel-riu-guanacaste/index.jsp
Guanacaste, Costa Rica, December 2-6, 2013
http://mami.uclm.es/ucamiiwaal2013/

Selected papers will be published in the following journals:
- Sensors Journal (IF = 1,739)
- International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction(IF = 0,949)
- International Journal of Computer systems Science and Engineering (IF = 0,319)
(More Journals could be announced)
The conference proceedings will be published in Springer LNCS.

Important dates:
Paper submission: June 1, 2013
Notification of acceptance: August 15, 2013
Camera-ready version: September 15, 2013
Conference dates: December 2-6, 2013


CLIHC (Latin American Conference on Human Computer Interaction) aims to bring together
people's diversity, culture, geography, history and Latin America perspectives from professionals in
the area of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). This event had its origin in Rio de Janeiro 2003 –
Brazil, following editions in Cuernavaca 2005 - Mexico, Rio de Janeiro 2007 – Brazil, Mérida 2009 -
Yucatán in Mexico, Porto de Galinhas 2011 -Brazil.

The Latin American and the International HCI communities are invited to exchange ideas,
methods, approaches and techniques that aim designing interactive user experiences. In
consonance with previous editions, we believe that in the field of HCI, not only we must come to a technology that can be used and appreciated by as many people as possible, but also to promote
intercultural exchange and cooperation between people with different backgrounds and needs.

Topics:


  • Accessibility and therapeutic uses of interaction
  • Adaptive, adaptable, intelligent user interfaces
  • Affective computing
  • Augmented reality
  • Context-aware interaction
  • Effects of aging on interacting with computers
  • End user programming and development
  • Ergonomics
  • HCI and citizenship
  • HCI design - methods, tools and perspectives
  • HCI education
  • HCI evaluation methods, tools and perspectives
  • HCI impacts on society
  • HCI theories and theoretical approaches
  • Human-robot interaction
  • Integrating HCI and Software Engineering
  • Interacting with information visualizations
  • Interacting with new devices
  • Interaction and information processing
  • Interfaces for mobile and ambient systems
  • Internationalization and cultural aspects of HCI
  • Interaction and entertainment
  • Legal issues in HCI
  • Multimodal interfaces
  • Natural interaction
  • Semiotic engineering
  • Social interaction
  • Speech interfaces
  • Tactile interfaces
  • Task ad user analysis
  • Usable privacy and security tools
  • Usability engineering
  • Web engineering
Paper Submission
CLIHC invites high quality contributions describing significant, original, and 
unpublished results for submission in the following categories:

Long papers: Intend to allow presentation of academic research results of high quality. 
Submissions must contain an original contribution, and may not have already been 
published in another forum, nor be subject to review for other conferences or publications. 
Contributions should include unpublished results of research, case studies or experiences 
that provide new evidence about the research or application regarding to the main topics. 
Articles accepted in this category will be published in the proceedings of the event. Long
papers must not exceed 8 pages (including figures and appendices).

Short papers: Intend to allow presentation of ongoing studies with partial (but significant) 
results. Submissions must contain an original contribution, and may not have already been 
published in another forum, nor be subject to review for other conferences or publications. Articles accepted in this category will be published in the proceedings of the event. Short 
papers must not exceed 4 pages (including figures and appendices).

Doctoral Consortium: PhD students are invited to present the topic and progress of their 
research, in order to obtain feedback from a panel of experts. Papers for doctoral 
consortium must not exceed 6 pages (including figures and appendices).

Papers Format
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Please ensure that your papers are formatted correctly 
and are within the specified page limits. Author information and templates are available 
in Information for LNCS Authors web.
All papers should be written in English.

Submission Procedure:
All submissions should be made by EasyChair platform and must accomplish the LNCS Formatting 
Guidelines. The paper submission procedure will be announced soon at the website of the 
conference: http://mami.uclm.es/ucamiiwaal2013

General Co-Chairs
José Bravo, University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)
Sergio Ochoa, University of Chile (Chile)

CLIHCPC Co-Chairs
Cristian Rusu, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Chile)
Cesar Collazos, Universidad del Cauca (Colombia)
Andrea Libório, PUC-Rio (Brazil)

Contact:
grupo.mami@uclm.es



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