[artinfo] CfP || Outer Space - Human Technologies and Interaction Design in Outer Space || 20th October deadline || SpaceUX’19

Artur Lugmayr artur.lugmayr at ambientmediaassociation.org
Thu Sep 26 06:52:54 CEST 2019


Call for Papers, Abstracts, Demos and Posters

1st Worskhop on Human Technologies and Interaction Design in Outer Space


 in conjunction with OzCHI'19
 2nd December - 5th December
 Perth/Fremantle, WA, AUSTRALIA

Workshop Highlights:
- Workshop proceedings published in a Scopus indexed series
- Best papers are published as part of a journal special issue with high
level publisher
- Submission deadline (abstracts): 20th October 2019

Outer space is steadily evolving as a site of human-computer interactions.
With the ongoing investments of state and private companies in space
exploration, these interactions and their design are becoming increasingly
crucial for the unfolding of our futures on and beyond the globe. Yet
outside the Earth, our relations with technologies necessitate situational
adjustments, requiring a range of adaptive strategies designed to negotiate
the extreme extra-terrestrial. While the domain of
human-computer-interaction adopted methods from spaceflight as e.g. the
NASA Task Load Index (TLX), in this workshop we especially consider ways in
which the setting of outer space provides a testing ground for new forms of
designing and performing human-computer interactions. Through a range of
examples, we will explore the nuances emerging amidst exchanges between
humans, technologies and space environments, and address them from a range
of different research perspectives. 

- HCI Methods, Tools and Techniques for SpaceUX
- Applications and Business in SpaceUX
- User Research, Usability, and Interface Design for SpaceUX
- Emerging Technologies in UX Suitable for SpaceUX
- SpaceUX Methods applied in Other Domains
- Human Performance in Space
- VR, Mixed/Augmented Reality and Popular Space Experiences 
- Sociotechnical Networks and HCI in Space 
- Histories and Futures of HCI in Space 

The workshop proceedings will be published in a Scopus indexed proceedings
series with an ISBN number as part of the Semantic Ambient Media Experience
(SAME) workshop series. The very best contributions will be published in a
journal special issue, which will be arranged prior the workshop.

However, during the workshop a common journal article co-authored between
all workshop participants will be published as an introduction chapter.

20/10/2019: Deadline for workshop position papers
27/10/2019: Notification of accepted workshop papers
31/11/2019: Camera ready workshop papers
02/12/2019: Workshop Day


The workshop program stretches over a half-day, and will contain a
combination of invited keynote presentations, oral presentations, posters,
and demonstrations. We are calling for paper submissions of extended
abstracts between 2-5 pages long, following the submission format of
OzCHI's style template. 

Please download the paper template from:

The copyright form can be downloaded

Your submission should include: scanned signed copyright form + original
contribution in word or latex + pdf of the paper. Please do NOT include the
ACM copyright strip (first page, bottom left) into your submission.

Add ALL your files (copyright form, word document/latex files, scanned
copyright form) into ONE zip file.

Upload the zip file to the workshop submission system on:
in the category SPACEUX.

Katarina Damjanov
University of Western Australia (UWA)

Artur Lugmayr
Curtin University

In case of questions, please don't hesitate to contact:
katarina.damjanov at uwa.edu.au


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