Minimal WAP Version at http://www.cis.strath.ac.uk/mhci.wml

This is the pre-conference MobileHCI 04 site
See post-conference site for talk slides and photos.

     
 

6th International Conference on

Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services

13 to 16 September 2004

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

Supported by:

Nokia Research   Microsoft Research   The Kelvin Institute

 

PROGRAMME

Conference Scene

Keynotes: David Wood (Symbian) and Tom Rodden (Nottingham Uni)

Plus details of all papers, workshops and tutorials and conference timetable.

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SPONSORS

Clydebuilt Exhibition
MobileHCI 04 is organised with kind support and sponsorship of Nokia, Microsoft, The Kelvin Institute, The Universities of Strathclyde & Glasgow, and EPSRC.

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MOBILE HCI

MobileHCI 03 attendees
MobileHCI 04 is the sixth in a series of workshops, symposia and conferences. Most recently MobileHCI 03 was held in Udine, Italy.

See here for details of the history of the event and future events.

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ORGANISERS

Service at One Devonshire Gardens
The conference is chaired by Dr Mark Dunlop and Prof Stephen Brewster with Dr Steve Neely acting as Treasurer.

See here for full list of organisers and contact details.

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REGISTRATION

Registration scene
Registration for MobileHCI is open, as is subscription to our social mailing list.

Make the most of your visit to the UK with aligned conferneces...

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ACCOMMODATION

Bedroom at The Arthouse
Glasgow has a very wide range of hotels, a youth hostel and University accomodation. The conference is located in the heart of the city maximising accommodation available.

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TRAVEL

Cyclist at Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow has two international airports with many traditional and low-cost flights. The city is well connected by road and rail and is on the national cycle route network.

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GLASGOW

Glasgow School of Art
What to do while in Glasgow and Scotland: mountains, lochs, whisky, art, architecture, golf, clubbing...

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www.mobilehci.org in co-operation with

British HCI Group


Pages edited by Mark Dunlop

Pages edited by Mark Dunlop -- University of Strathclyde 2004