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HCI International News, Number 1, November 2003

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"Usability and Internationalization" - HCII 2005 Program

As industries expand into global markets, designers and
developers are becoming more concerned with the needs of culturally
diversified target users. This makes internationalization and localization
one of the key concerns in their minds, and gives a new twist on how
we approach usability.

Join experts from around the world to understand the impact
of internationalization on user interface design, share experiences
in designing for global markets, and understand the future trends in

This technical conference will explore the opportunities
created by the latest advances in HCI and how to leverage them for global
users, as well as potential pitfalls to be aware of, and problem areas
that need further research. There will also be demonstrations of best
practices for designing applications that can accommodate any language.

Attendees benefit from the wide range of basic to advanced
topics and the opportunities for dialog and idea-exchange with experts
in the field.

The conference features tutorials, lectures, and panel
discussions that provide coverage of standards, best practices, and
recent advances in the internationalization and usability of user interfaces
for software applications and the Internet.We invite you to submit papers,
panels, tutorials, and workshops. Topics include, but are not limited

  • Cross-cultural design
  • Internationalization
  • Localization
  • International standards
  • Globalization process
  • Translation
  • Technical documentation
  • International formatting
  • Case studies
  • Languages
  • Culture studies
  • International usability evaluation
  • International ethnographic studies
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Plan Your Participation Early

HCI International, one of the most important and major international
scientific conferences in the area of human computer interaction, will
be held on July 22-27 in Las Vegas the "Entertainment Capital of
the World" in USA. Each Year HCI International gathers several
hundred scientists, academics and professionals representing research
institutions, universities, and companies from all over the world. HCII
2005 will be held in one of the most famous hotel facilities "Caesars
Palace" of Las Vegas which is one of the most exciting and best
executive exposition location in the US.

HCII2005 intends to attract a variety of related product
and technology companies in its exposition.

We have created a very attractive package for early registration
at the exposition.

Exhibitors who have committed to exhibit early will have
a better opportunity in booth location selection and very attractive
pricing plus the opportunity to be listed in the program that the will
be distributed worldwide. For more information, please contact Dr. Abbas Moallem Communication and Exhibit Chair.

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Sponsor HCII 2005

The 2005 sponsorship is now open. Organizations wishing to sponsor a special event or to be a general sponsor of the Conference are welcome to contact the Conference chair. For questions about the sponsorship program at HCII 2005, please email: salvendy@ecn.purdue.edu.

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Contribute to HCI International Newsletter

We welcome your contribution to the HCI International News. Please send us interesting news, short articles, interesting websites. We will consider your comments and contribution for upcoming issues. Please send your contribution to Dr. Abbas Moallem.

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Interesting Recent Articles

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Upcoming Conference and Events in HCI

  • Nov. 2-8: ACM Multimedia 2003, 11th annual ACM international conference on multimedia, Berkeley, CA, USA.
  • Nov. 2-5: UIST
    , 16th annual symposium on user interface software and technology, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Nov. 4-6: People in Control 2003, An international conference on engineering human factors solutions, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Nov. 5-8: WWW/Internet 2003, IADIS International Conference, Algarve, Portugal.
  • Nov. 9-12: Group 2003, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA.
  • Nov. 10-12: CHI-SA 2003, 3rd conference on Human-Computer Interaction in South Africa, Gauteng, South Africa.
  • Nov. 10-12: 1st Latin American Web Congress, Santiago, Chile.
  • Nov. 10-11: CUU 2003, ACM
    Conference on Universal Usability, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • Nov. 25-28: IHM 2003, 15e Conference Francophone sur l'Interaction Homme-Machine, Caen, France.
  • Nov. 26-28: OZCHI 2003, The annual conference for the Computer-Human Interaction, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Nov. 27: Third Danish HCI Research Symposium, Roskilde, Denmark.
  • Dec. 1-4: HFT 03, 19th International symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Berlin, Germany.
  • Dec. 10-12: MUM 2003, 2nd international conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia, Norrkoping, Sweden.
  • Dec.12-13: HCI Research in MIS, Second annual workshop, Seattle, WA, USA.

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About HCI International NEWS

The HCI International NEWS is a newsletter about Human - Computer Interaction topics, the HCI International 2005 Conference deadlines and activities, the HCI International 2005 Exhibition, news in the area of HCI, tips and techniques in preparing effective presentation for publication and more. If you have any questions or comments, or if you want to contribute, please contact the Editor, Dr. Abbas Moallem. The opinions that are expressed in this newsletter are sole responsibility of their authors and do not represent any institution or company.

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