IUI 2002 CFP - Deadline reminder (abstracts due 10/1; final submissions 10/5)

IUI 2002 CFP - Deadline reminder (abstracts due 10/1; final submissions 10/5)

Post by David Lea » Sun, 30 Sep 2001 02:32:54

             Call for Papers, Posters, and Demonstrations

                               IUI 2002

                       http://www. iuiconf. org
                         January 13-16, 2002
                       W Hotel - San Francisco

In the past few years, user interfaces have faced increasingly
challenging tasks, larger numbers of uses with a wide range of
computer skills, and the widespread use of new platforms such as
mobile devices.  These trends have led to a need for advanced
techniques for communication and collaboration, personalization and
adaptation of behavior, agent-based assistance, integrated multi-modal
interfaces, and a variety of intelligent front-ends for complex
environments and tasks.

The International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI)
invites the participation of researchers and practitioners working to
develop novel user interface and interaction paradigms that
incorporate advanced reasoning and modeling techniques.

This year we have an exciting slate of invited speakers, including Don
Norman of Nielsen Norman Group, Eric Horvitz of Microsoft Research,
and Harry Gottlieb of Jellyvision.

IUI-2002 is seeking high-quality submissions in cutting-edge
intelligent user interfaces.  Topics of interest include:

- Intelligent assistants for complex tasks
- Proactive and agent-based paradigms for user interaction
- User adaptation of interactive systems
- Instructible interfaces
- Intelligent information and knowledge management
- Intelligent front-ends to software systems
- Knowledge-based approaches to user interface design
- Support for collaboration in multi-user environments
- Integration of multi-modal user input
- Intelligent generation of multimedia presentations
- Intelligent visualization tools
- Evaluations of implemented systems
- User studies of relevant techniques
- Novel application-specific interfaces and interactions


Authors are requested to email a tentative title and abstract of their

Submissions should be sent by email in PDF format to the same address
no later than OCTOBER 5, 2001.

Authors can submit to one of three categories:

- FULL PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Full paper submissions are appropriate for
  substantial contributions of novel ongoing work that has produced
  advanced results.  Accepted submissions will be presented in the
  main conference program.  Full papers should be no more than 8 pages

- SHORT PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Short papers should describe novel work
  that is in progress and has not led to significant results at the
  time of submission.  Students are encouraged to submit
  graduate-level research in its early stages.  Accepted short papers
  will be published in the conference proceedings and presented in the
  poster program at the conference.  Short papers should be at most 2
  pages long.

- DEMONSTRATIONS: Proposals for live demonstrations of cutting-edge
  systems are strongly encouraged.  One-page overviews of accepted
  demonstrations will be published in the conference proceedings.
  Potential presenters must submit a 1-page overview, including at
  least one screen shot.  Optionally, they may include the URL for a
  video demonstration or sample session recorded with screen capture
  software.  Demonstration files should be in .avi format.

All submissions must follow the CHI paper format and submission
procedures available on the conference site: http://www.iuiconf.org.
Authors are requested to prepare submissions as close as possible to
final camera-ready versions.

All submissions will be reviewed by members of an international
program committee.  Authors of accepted papers will be invited to
demonstrate their systems one of the conference sessions.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Additional conference information and updates
are available at http://www.iuiconf.org or by email to


Kristian Hammond, Northwestern University

Yolanda Gil, USC/Information Sciences Institute

David Leake, Indiana University


David W. Aha, Naval Research Laboratory (US)
Elisabeth Andre, University of Augsburg (GE)
Mathias Bauer, DFKI (GE)
Larry Birnbaum, Northwestern University (US)
Jim Blythe, USC/Information Sciences Institute (US)
Aaron Bobick, Georgia Institute of Technology (US)
Jeff Bradshaw, UWF/Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (US)
Philip Cohen, Oregon Graduate Institute (US)
John Domingue, Open University (UK)
Steve Feiner, Columbia University (US)
Asuncion Gomez-Perez, Polytechnical University of Madrid (SP)
Peter Haddawy, Asian Institute of Technology (TH)
Achim Hoffman, University of New South Wales (AU)
Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research (US)
Scott Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University (US)
Anthony Jameson, DFKI and International University of Germany (GE)
Neal Lesh, Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab (US)
James Lester, North Carolina State University (US)
Henry Lieberman, MIT/Media Lab (US)
Mark Maybury, MITRE (US)
Vibhu Mittal, Google (US)
Johanna Moore, University of Edinburgh (UK)
Brad Myers, Carnegie Mellon University (US)
Beth Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology (US)
Kieron O'Hara, University of Southampton (UK)
Nuria Oliver, Microsoft Research (US)
Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University (US)
Ana Paiva, INESC (PT)
Cecile Paris, CSIRO (AU)
Angel Puerta, Redwhale Software (US)
Guus Schreiber, University of Amsterdam (NL)
Jude Shavlik, University of Wisconsin at Madison (US)
Candace Sidner, Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab (US)
Derek Sleeman, University of Aberdeen (UK)
Barry Smyth, University College Dublin (IE)
Robert St. Amant, North Carolina State University (US)
Steffen Staab, University of Karlsruhe (GE)
Oliviero Stock, ITC-IRST (IT)
Pedro Szekely, USC/Information Sciences Institute (US)
Jean Vanderdonckt, Catholic University of Louvain (BE)
Qiang Yang, Simon Fraser University (CA)

The 2002 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces is
sponsored by the Special Interest Group on Computer & Human
Interaction (SIGCHI) and the Special Interest Group on Artificial
Intelligence (SIGART) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)