The Computing and Human Intelligence Conference or CHI 2013 is the premier international conference on human-computer interaction. The theme of this multidisciplinary conference consists 15 different venues, drawing from science, engineering and design, with contributions from research and industry, to the exciting field of brain-computer interfaces. CHI 2013 is about changing perspectives, offering new visions of people interacting with technology.The conference will bring together students and experts from over 60 countries, representing different cultures and different application areas, whose diverse perspectives influence each other.
CHI 2013 welcomes works addressing research on all aspects of human-computer interaction, as well as case studies of interactive system designs, innovative proof-of-concept, and presentations by experts on the latest challenges and innovations in the field. In addition to a long-standing focus on professionals in design, engineering, management, and user experience; the conference in 2013 will make special efforts to serve communities in the areas of: design, management, engineering, user experience, arts, sustainability, children, games and health.
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) researchers are also welcome to submit their work and be part of the CHI experience. CHI offers several talks, courses, and exhibitions on BCI ranging from EEG, fMRI, and fNIRS. Although, it is already late to submit full papers on BCI, you can still submit work-in-progress or either attend for your own professional growth.
The conference will be held at the Palais de Congrès de Paris, France from April 27th – May 2nd, 2013. If you would like to find more information about CHI 2013 check out the official website at http://chi2013.acm.org
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