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Mobile HCI 01

Third International Workshop on

Human Computer Interaction
with Mobile Devices

10 Sept 2001

At IHM-HCI 2001, Lille, France

Submission Details

Workshop format, deadlines and publications

It is our aim to have as short a review and submission process as possible to support the dynamic nature of the research area. As such, all deadlines are likely to be strictly enforced and are as follows:

30 June 2001
Submission of short papers for workshop presentation.

This should be in Personal and Ubiquitous Computing submission format and of 4-6 pages in length. Full style sheets and templates are available from PUC site or a simple version suitable for initial submission is available here as a sample word document (saved in Word 5.1 for MacOS to maximise compatibility).

Submission should be in PDF format (although Microsoft Word (any version, no macros) and Postscript submissions are acceptable by the earlier deadline of 22 June).

The submissions should be e-mailed to as two PDF files:

Files may be mailed as straight PDF or compressed using Stuffit, Zip, or Gzip formats - for example using Aladdin DropStuff. The should be attached to a single mail message using standard MIME formats or binhex/uuencode. The submitter of this email will be considered as the corresponding author.

The working language of the workshop will be English and all papers should be submitted in English.
(NB: IHM-HCI will be bilingual French-English but unfortunately no translation facilities will be provided at this workshop).

31 July 2001
Notification to authors of outcome of review process.
To support a short submission process, time will not be given for authors to revise their papers before the workshop but comments will be returned so that presentations may clarify and reflect the referee comments.
10 September 2001
30 November 2001
Submission of final extended paper for journal publication.
Final papers should be up to 12 pages in length (in same format as initial submission), should take into account reviewers comments from the first round and will be subject to a second round of reviewing.

IHM-HCI 2001   University of Strathclyde   GIST   University of Glasgow   British HCI Group

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