4th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction
Pune, India, 18-21st April 2012

Call for Full Papers

INFO:
Authors who have not submitted abstract earlier can also submit the paper now!!

A paper is an archival publication of original research in the field of HCI. A paper must generate new knowledge, establish its validity rigorously and position itself with respect to the current work in the field. For example, a paper could propose a new theory, model a concept or describe a new technique. If you intend to describe an individual design project your contribution would usually not be suitable for a paper (unless it also does some of the above) – it would be suitable for a design case study. Also, full papers and short papers are expected to make an original contribution to research. If you are reviewing a domain, a technology or a group of users, your contribution will be more suitable as a review paper.

Papers will be peer-reviewed on the basis of the quality and originality of the theoretical knowledge, the rigour of validation and thoroughness of references to prior work. We invite your contributions relating to following thematic areas:
Thematic Areas:

  • Challenges of UX design in different business verticals
  • Unique case studies of UX design in the different business verticals such as insurance & banking, healthcare, education, media and entertainment, defense, government, etc.

  • Methodological issues of HCI when operating in practice
  • This thematic area will cover the constraints, gaps in the process, problems due to lack of awareness, resources, project planning affecting the activities related to user experience design, usability, interaction design, etc.

  • HCI for remote contexts (international outsourcing / global software development)
  • HCI in contexts of device diversity and immersive technologies
  • Interaction and user experience design for varied display sizes, modes of interactions, hand-held devices, virtual simulations

  • HCI contributions in social and economic development
  • This would cover the research focusing on application of HCI design for benefiting the underprivileged, unemployed, illiterate or low literacy populations.

  • HCI for products & services in emerging markets, including for mobile systems
  • HCI responses to a world in recession
  • Exploration of cost effective models and methods to optimize the resources without compromising on the HCI quality.

  • HCI in  Complex Industrial software Systems
  • Papers addressing usability in e.g. process and power industries that are managed by distributed control systems (DCS), industrial robots, and other automation products

Final Selection of Full Papers

Sr. No. Paper Title Author's Name
1 Extended KLM-GOMS Modeling and Evaluation of On-Screen Keyboard Layouts for Television based Internet Applications Anupam Basu, Arpan Pal and Debatri Chatterjee
2 Voice User Interfaces and Growth Markets Saurabh Srivastava, Ketki Dhanesha, Sara Basson, Nitendra Rajput and John C Thomas
3 Audio Visual Interfaces for Way finding for low literate, non tech savvy users in India Anirudha Joshi, Prasad Rashinkar, Nagraj Emmadi, Jagdish Rath, Saurabh Srivastava and Nitendra Rajput
4 uPick: Crowdsourcing Based Approach to Extract Relations Among Named Entities Deepti Aggarwal, Rohit Ashok Khot, Vasudeva Varma and Venkatesh Choppella
5 Demography Based Automated Teller Machine Deepti Aggarwal, Himanshu Zade and Anind Dey
6 Tring! Tring! - An Exploration and Analysis of Interactive Voice Response Systems Siddharth Asthana, Pushpendra Singh, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Amarjeet Singh and Vinayak Naik
7 Is BPO Work Crowdsourcable? Shourya Roy, Antonietta Grasso and Jacki Oneill
8 Midwives, Obesity and Mobile Technology (MomTech): a User Centred Healthcare Design Andy Dearden, Madelynne Arden, Mark Fisher, Penny Furness, Carolyn Garland, Kerry McSevenny, Helena Sustar and Hora Soltani

 

Full Paper Co-chairs
Sanjay Tripathi

Programme Committee:
Achim Ebert, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Anirudha Joshi, IDC, IIT Bombay, India
Detlef Zuehlke, DFKI GmbH / IFS, Germany
Gerrit Meixner, DFKI, Germany
Jeff Winter, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Martin Olausson, ABB, Sweden        
Masaaki Kurosu, Japan        
Muralidhar Koteshwar, Usability Consulting,  India
Nigel Bevan, Professional Usability Services, United Kingdom
Nitendra Rajput, IBM Research, India Research Lab, India
S. Shyam Sundar, Penn State University, USA
Sandeep Datar, Yahoo, India                
Sandro Leuchter, FIOSB, Germany
Vinhtuan Thai, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

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