Call for Papers

Submitted by admin on November 10, 2005 - 23:12.

The 8th conference in the MobileHCI series provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges, potential solutions and innovations towards effective interaction with mobile systems and services. It covers the analysis, design, evaluation and application of human-computer interaction techniques and approaches for all mobile computing devices, software and services.

Submission Categories

In MobileHCI, there are following categories for submissions (click on the name of the category to see detailed submission information):

  • 1 March 2006 (CLOSED): Papers, Workshops and Tutorials
  • 7 May 2006(CLOSED): Short Papers, Posters, Demos, Panels, Industrial Case Studies,
  • 21 May: Doctoral Consortium

Conference Proceedings Accepted FULL PAPERS, SHORT PAPERS, POSTERS and INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDIES will appear in the printed conference proceedings. The electronic version of the conference proceedings will be available via ACM Digital Library.

Instructions for Authors The format of the printed submissions must conform to the two-column ACM format. The final submitted files must be in PDF format. Link to writing instructions / ACM format


Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

  • Audio and speech interaction
  • Context-dependent systems
  • Designing Web sites for mobile devices
  • Ethographical and field studies with mobile technology
  • Evaluation of mobile devices and services
  • Group interaction and mobility
  • Intelligent environments
  • Location-aware interaction
  • Methods to evaluate mobile usability
  • Model-based design of interactive mobile systems
  • Mobile phenomena
  • Mobility and work environments
  • Multimodal interaction
  • Novel user interfaces and interaction techniques
  • Perception and modelling of the environment
  • Safety issues (e.g., in-car user interfaces, payments)
  • Specific classes of handheld devices (PDA, Pocket PC, WAP phone, etc.)
  • 3D graphics on mobile devices
  • 3G/4G devices and services
  • Usability of mobile devices and services
  • Visualization techniques for the mobile context
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives towards mobile interaction (e.g. Social aspects)
  • User centered design tools and methods for mobile systems