Industrial Case Studies
Industrial Case Studies are targeted towards practitioners and professionals working in the field of mobile human-computer interaction. Industrial Case Studies show the application and challenges of human-computer interaction approaches, techniques and tools for developing usable, innovative and user centered mobile devices and services in industrial or commercial setting. The difference to the full papers is in the practical, rather than strictly scientific, nature of the submissions. We are welcoming submissions in the areas of design, showcases, best practices, etc. Proposed Industrial Case Studies are encouraged to address one or more of the topics as outlined in the general Call for Papers for MobileHCI’11.
Your contribution should be submitted by Friday, April 8th, 2011 at 23:59 CET to the Conference Submission System. The PDF submission must not exceed 4 pages in length including all graphics, tables, and references and be no larger than 4 megabytes in size. The submission must follow the MobileHCI 2011 Extended Abstracts Format.
Accepted contributions for Industrial Case Studies will have a presentation slot in the conference and will be distributed in the electronic conference proceedings. They will also be placed in the ACM Digital Library, where they will remain accessible to thousands of researchers and practitioners worldwide. The final camera-ready versions of accepted papers must be accompanied by a signed ACM copyright form (similar to the MobileHCI’09 copyright).
May 10: Deadline for reviews
May 19: Notifications for authors
June 16: Final versions due
If you have questions about Industrial Case Studies for MobileHCI’11, please contact the Industrial Case Studies Chairs Virpi Roto (University of Helsinki) and Tim Paek (Microsoft Research) at .
MobileHCI 2011 will be the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. The MobileHCI series provides a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss the challenges and potential solutions for effective interaction with mobile systems and services. It covers the design, evaluation and application of techniques for all mobile and wearable computing devices and services.