HCI 2014 will be held between the 9th and the 12th September 2014 in Southport. The conference is organised by the University of Central Lancashire's ChiCI research group in conjunction with the British Computer Society.
The theme for HCI 2014 is sand, sea and sky and this relates to the joyful experiences we associate with events such as holidays and how we can understand and incorporate some of this magic in our HCI research along with interactive solutions we design and create.
Participate in HCI 2014
The 28th British HCI Conference will be held in the Victorian Seaside town of Southport, in the North West of the UK less than an hour away from the International Airports of Manchester and Liverpool. The conference will be held between the 9th and 12th September 2014.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Sand, Sea and Sky - Holiday HCI’ and the aim is to provide a venue for both regular and diverse HCI as well as to promote work that highlights HCI for the family, for recreation and for relaxation. The conference will combine regular paper submissions, works in progress, panels and late breaking tracks to allow wide participation and will also specifically design into the event a unique experience for participants and, as appropriate, their families.
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