Third International Workshop on
The last few years have seen the development and marketing of a vast range of mobile computing devices. Ranging from ever smaller laptops through palmtops to WAP phones and digital devices such as cameras, these devices share a common problem: attempting to give users access to powerful computing services and resources through small devices, which typically have tiny visual displays, poor audio facilities and limited input techniques. They also introduce new challenges such as designing for intermittent & expensive network access and design for position aware & context sensitive devices.
The Mobile HCI workshop series provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction with mobile systems. It is intended to cover the design, evaluation and applications of techniques and approaches for all mobile computing devices. Previous workshops have been held in Glasgow and at INTERACT 99. In 2001, the workshop will take place in conjunction with IHM-HCI-2001 at Lille in September.
Short papers will be presented (half as posters and half as talks) on the following subjects:
The PDF of the short papers are in the Draft Proceedings and Timetable which will be distributed at the workshop, with the authors taking their work forward to full papers in journal format.
The formal day will run from 0900 until 1830, then we will retire somewhere for wine....
The deadline for workshop submissions is now past, please see Conference Format and Submission Details for more details for accepted authors.
Registration for IHM-HCI workshops is in two stages:
The standard charge for the workshop will be 500FF (approx 76).
Numbers are limited to 80 on a first come first registered basis - book soon to ensure a place!
Paper authors and programme committee are also required to register in the normal way. Attendance is open to all, given space restrictions.
If you are planning on registering for this workshop please check the list of attendees. If you are not on this list - you should mail Mark Dunlop as soon as possible. Unfortunately due to our space restrictions: "If your names not down, your not getting in..."
Dr Mark Dunlop, Strathclyde University, and Dr Stephen Brewster, Glasgow University (joint programme chairs).
Barry Brown, University of Glasgow
Matthew Chalmers, University of Glasgow
Keith Cheverst, Lancaster University
Alistair Edwards, University of York
Mikael Goldstein, Ericsson
Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow
Pekka Ketola, Nokia
Iain MacColl, University of Glasgow
David McGookin, University of Glasgow
David Morse, Open University
Paddy Nixon, University of Strathclyde
Albrecht Schmidt, Universitšt Karlsruhe
Matthias Schneider-Hufschmidt, Siemens
Peter Thomas, Serco eBusiness Solutions
John Forsyth, Symbian
Kaisa Vaananen, Nokia
Bruno von Niman, Ericsson Enterprise
Submissions and further details from: