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From: Roberto Pereira <robert...@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 1:29 PM
Subject: IHC'16: Call for Short Papers

Dear colleague, please, help us to disseminate this call to your contacts.

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XV Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems (IHC 2016)

São Paulo, SP, 4 - 7 October  2016 - IBM Brazil. 



** Short papers **


Important Dates

Submission deadline: 03/07/2016

Results: 31/07/2016

Camera ready: 15/08/2016

The Short Papers track is open for the submission of informed positions and critical discussions, preliminary results, as well as reports of ongoing studies that bring relevant contributions to the HCI community, are able to promote discussions, and bring new ideas to the conference. Submissions must contain an original contribution not published in another forum or subject to review for other conferences or publications.


Short papers may be written either in Portuguese or in English, must be anonymized and follow the ACM publication template for full papers, with no more than 4 (four) pages (including figures, tables, diagrams, bibliography and annexes). Authors must submit their papers in PDF format via the Conference Submission System (JEMS old version).

Review process

Each submission will be reviewed by at least three researchers. In case of disparities and inconsistencies between reviews, the submission will be metareviewed by a senior researcher to support the final decision.


At least one of the authors of accepted papers must register to IHC 2016 and present the paper in a technical session to have their paper published in the proceedings and in the ACM Library. Each short paper will have 10 minutes for presentation, followed by 5 minutes for discussion..

In addition to the theme of IHC'16 ("Smart Cities"), the topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

  • 3D Interaction
  • Accessibility
  • Adaptive, customizable, and intelligent interfaces and end user programming
  • Affective computing and emotional aspects in computing
  • Context sensitive interaction: HCI for mobile devices, ubiquitous computing, and intelligent environments
  • Cultural aspects of HCI
  • Design and evaluation of games
  • Digital entertainment
  • Digital literacy
  • Domain analysis, user and tasks for HCI
  • Ecodesign
  • Education and HCI
  • Ergonomy in HCI
  • HCI theories
  • HCI, gender and minorities
  • HCI, health and well being
  • Information visualization
  • Integrating HCI and Software Engineering
  • Interaction with new devices
  • Interaction with posthumous or post-mortem data
  • Interaction with virtual reality or augmented reality
  • Legal and ethical aspects related to the research and to the practice of HCI
  • Models, methods, formalisms, techniques, and tools for the design of user interfaces
  • Models, methods, formalisms, techniques, and tools for the evaluation of user interfaces
  • Multimodal interfaces
  • Natural User Interfaces (NUI)
  • New paradigms of interaction
  • Social aspects of HCI
  • Social interaction: virtual communities, online communities, and social networks
  • Tangible interfaces
  • Tutoring and help systems
  • GranDIHC-BR: discussions, results and advances in the context of the Big Research Challenges in Research in HCI in Brazil


Cristiano Maciel (UFMT) - cma...@ufmt.br

Roberto Pereira (UFPR) - rper...@inf.ufpr.br

Roberto Pereira
Departamento de Informática
Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)
Rafael Daron
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