[artinfo] EXTENDED LP/Workshop DL for OzCHI'2019 - CfP - @Perth/Fremantle/WA/Australia - Submit in 6 days...

Artur Lugmayr artur.lugmayr at ambientmediaassociation.org
Mon May 27 14:00:58 CEST 2019


        OzCHI 2019 - Call for Participation
                  31st Australian Conference on Human-Computer-Interaction
                             "Experience Design Across Asia Pacific"
                                      @Perth/Fremantle, WA, AUSTRALIA 3-5
December 2019

  W. http://www.ozchi.org | F. https://www.facebook.com/ozchi2019/
  T. https://twitter.com/OzchiWA | #Quokka_CHI 
  E. ozchi2019 at gmail.com 

31st May 2019 (EXTENDED)     Long Papers 
31st May 2019  (EXTENDED)    Workshop Proposals 

 24 June 2019 Doctoral Consortium
 10 August 2019 Short Papers
 14 August 2019 Student Design Challenge Team Applications
 6 September 2019 Demos, Posters, Industry Papers, and Work-in-Progress

We listen to YOUR voice and want to make OzCHI'19 even better - submit your
conference ideas! The best ideas are awarded during the conference closing 
session. ozCHI ‘Idea Box': https://goo.gl/forms/0XceZlmoP0XSV5RO2


OzCHI is the annual non-profit conference for the Computer-Human
Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of the Human
Factors and Ergonomic Society of Australia and Australia's leading forum
for the latest in HCI research and practice. OzCHI
attracts a broad international community of researchers, industry
practitioners, academics and students. Participants come
from a range of backgrounds, including interface designers, user experience
(UX) practitioners, information architects,
software engineers, human factors experts, information systems analysts and
social scientists. 

After 18 years, OzCHI finally come back to Western Australia. Time has
passed and things have changed a lot since OzCHI 2001.
More HCI and UX works have been done in Western Australia as well as its
neighbouring countries. Having the privilege to
convene the 2nd OzCHI conference in Western Australia, one of our
objectives is to be inclusive towards attendees across
overall Asia-Pacific. 

The conference theme is Experience Design in Asia Pacific, which highlights
the challenges we all face in the endeavour
to tame the environment without destroying it to ensure our continuing
existence. Our vision is to make OzCHI 2019 as
an inclusive event for academic, industry, research, start-ups, maker
communities to learn and exchange knowledge in the
recent and emerging HCI and UX areas - practical, technical, empirical and
theoretical aspects regardless their level of
maturity in the fields. 

We invite contributions on all topics related to Human-Computer
Interaction, Interaction Design, Architecture,
Engineering, Planning, Social Science, Creative Industries, and other
related disciplines. 

Creating * Designing * Experiencing * Innovating * Intelligence * Community
* Reaching out to Asia-Pacific

Join us in Perth/Fremantle, Western Australia in December 2019 to explore
and understand the design and role of contemporary interactive


Submissions will be accepted in various categories as described below. All
submissions must be written in English and
follow formatting guidelines in the paper template. Both long and short
papers will undergo a double-blind review by
an international panel and evaluated on the basis of their significance,
originality, and clarity of writing. This
review will be based on the full text of the submitted paper. Accepted
papers will be published in the ACM
International Conference Proceedings Series available from the ACM Digital
Library.  Award will be given to the highest quality papers.

We are looking for submissions under the theme of Experience Design across
Asia Pacific in the following areas but
not limited to:

HCI: Methods, Tools and Techniques
• Usability Methods and Practices
• Human-centered Design
• Participatory Design
• User Studies and Ethnographic Approaches
• Design Methods
• Tools for Design, Modelling and Evaluation
• HCI and Software Engineering
• Usability Metrics and Measurement
• Ethical issues in HCI
• HCI Education and Design Education

UX Applications and Business Domains
• Digital Transformation
• Mobile User Experience
• Organizational context and technology design
• Games and Entertainment
• Healthcare, E-health and Telemedicine
• Interactive Design for Online Education
• Computer-supported cooperative work and collaboration
• E-commerce Interface Design and Evaluation
• Electronic, Mobile and Ubiquitous Commerce
• Service Design (Micro-finance, Micro-loan, Instant Courier, Agile
• Social Computing (Social Media, Social Networking)
• Online Gaming, Crowdsourcing, Collective Intelligence, Online Dating
• Cryptocurrency and Financial Technology
• UX and eLearning
• Blockchain
• Crowdsourcing

User Research and Usability
• Lean User Experience
• Agile User Experience
• Usability Testing
• User Research
• Internationalization and Localization
• Accessibility and inclusion
• Design System
• Multimedia and Multimodal Interfaces
• Natural User Interfaces
• Tactile and Haptic Interaction
• Novel Interaction Techniques
• Mobile User Interfaces
• Responsive Design
• Graphic User Interface
• Information Visualisation

Emerging Technologies
• Virtual Reality
• Augmented Reality
• Mobile Computing and User Mobility
• Affective Computing
• Context-Aware and Ubiquitous Computing
• Internet of Things
• Big Data
• Human Robot Interaction
• Artificial Intelligence
• Smart Cities
• Autonomous Vehicles
• Wearable Technology
• Brain Computer Interface
• Novel Interface

Graphics, Art and Media Technology
• Engaging users with multimedia
• Methods and techniques of creative practices
• Visualizing and interacting with data
• Quality of Experience (QoE)
• Digital storytelling
• Interactive art
• Media technology and interactivity
• Designing for multi-user interaction
• Tangible, mixed reality interfaces and multi-modal interfaces 


1. Long papers report on innovative, original, and completed research,
which is relevant, significant, and
 interesting to the HCI community.

2. Short papers present ideas that are emerging and would benefit from
discussion with members of the HCI
 community. This type of submission may include work-in-progress,
experiences of reflective practitioners,
 and first drafts of novel concepts and approaches.

3. Workshops are half-day and full-day sessions on topics that contribute
to community building around a
 specific HCI topic. Topics may include methods, practices, and other areas
of interest and that support
 active participation beyond presentation.

4. Doctoral consortium is a full-day intensive session for research
students. A panel of experienced HCI
 researchers provides advice and guidance.

5. Student Design Challenge is an annual international competition in which
students work rapidly researching,
 brainstorming and sketching a solution for a real HCI problem. Finalists
will present
their work at the OzCHI 2019 conference.

6. Industry papers provide the opportunity for practitioners and industries
for their initiatives or new
 developments that could benefit from discussion with members of the HCI

7. Work-in-Progress papers are a subset of the long papers track (subject
to the same format and deadlines).
 Rather than reporting on mature research, they describe work-in-progress,
late-breaking and new ideas,
 questions, or challenges, and are intended to provoke discussion in the
OzCHI community. The accepted
 submission will be required to present a poster

8. Demo/Posters is a venue for industry, research, startups, maker
communities, the arts, and design to present their
 hands-on demonstration, share novel interactive technologies, and stage
interactive experiences. This venue
 promotes and provokes discussion on novel technologies. 


General Chairs
Artur Lugmayr, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA

Long Paper Chairs
Ryan, Kelly, Univ. Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Mark Reynolds, Univ. of Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
Virpi Roto, Aalto Univ. FINLAND
Ingrid Richardson, Murdoch University, AUSTRALIA

Short Paper Chairs
Haifeng Shen, Australian Catholic Univ. AUSTRALIA
Callum Parker, Univ. of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Naseem Ahmadpour, Univ. of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Jo Li Tay, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA

Publication Chairs
Hollie White, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA
Jared Donovan, QUT, AUSTRALIA
Simon Perrault, Singapore Univ. of Technology & Design, SINGAPORE

Workshop Chairs
Greg Wadley, Univ. of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Sarah Webber, Univ. of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Jo Jung, Edith Cowan Univ., AUSTRALIA

Demos, Work in Progress, Posters
Mark Billinghurst, Univ. of Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
Soojeong Yoo, Univ. of Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Martin Masek, Edith Cowan Univ., AUSTRALIA

Doctoral Consortium Chairs
Dana McKay, Univ. Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Margot Brereton, QUT, AUSTRALIA
Wally Smith, Univ. Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Panel Chairs
Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, RMIT, AUSTRALIA

Student Design Challenge
David Cook, Edith Cowan Univ., AUSTRALIA
Trevor Hunter, Univ. of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Peter Worthy, Univ. of Queensland, AUSTRALIA

Industry Engagement and Sponsorship Chairs
Jess Tsimeris, Google, USA
Jonathan Steingeisser, Isobar, Perth, AUSTRALIA
Greg Stewart, SMS Management and Technology, Perth, AUSTRALIA
Christopher Kueh, ECU, Perth, AUSTRALIA
Ulrich Engelke, Data61, CSIRO, AUSTRALIA
Sean Gardiner, BHP, AUSTRALIA
Adi Tedjasaputra, UX Indonesia, AUSTRALIA/INDONESIA

Local Liaisons & Publicity Chairs
Susannah Soon, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA

Yanginbo Zhang, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA

Student Volunteers Chairs
Casey Xin Wei Lim, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA
Jamie Dougall, Curtin Univ., AUSTRALIA 

Asian Liaisons and Publicity
Ethel Ong, De La Salle University, PHILIPINES
Masitah Ghazali, University of Teknologi, MALAYSIA
Thippaya Chintakovid, Chulangkorn University, THAILAND
Nova Ahmed, North South University, Dhaka, BANGLADESH
Adi Tedjasasaputra, UX Indonesia, INDONESIA/AUSTRIA

CHISIG Liasons
Duncan Stevenson, Australian National University, AUSTRALIA
George Buchanan, University of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Local Conference Steering Board
Artur Lugmayr, Curtin University, AUSTRALIA
Andrew Woods, HIVE, Curtin University, AUSTRALIA
Andrew Rohl, Curtin University, AUSTRALIA
Christopher Kueh, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Clive Barstow, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
David Cook, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Eunice Sari, Charles Darwin University and UX Indonesia, AUSTRALIA
Jo Jung, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Michelle Ellis, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Philip Ely, Curtin University, AUSTRALIA
Martin Masek, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Mark McMahon, Edith Cowan University, AUSTRALIA
Mark Reynolds, University of Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
Tele Tan, Curtin University, AUSTRALIA

Honorary Local Conference Steering Board Members
Vasillis Kostakos, Univ. Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Eunice Sari, UXINDO & Charles Darwin Univ., AUSTRALIA/INDONESIA


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