CHITALY 2015
Public, private and community-based interaction
28th - 30th September  /  Rome

NEW TRENDS IN HCI

Interaction with public large displays, interaction with mobile devices, and crowdsourcing/community-based interaction

ADVANCED INTERACTION

Paradigms and models, new ways of interpreting human-computer interaction

NEW INTERFACES

“natural”, “transparent”, “ubiquitous” and “inclusive”

Special issue

We are glad to inform participants that the authors of the best papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for a special issue to be published by the Springer journal Multimedia Tools and Applications (I.F. 1.058) with title “Multimedia for Advanced Human-Computer Interaction”

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PUBLIC, PRIVATE AND COMMUNITY-BASED INTERACTION

The 11th Edition of CHItaly, the biannual Conference of the Italian SIGCHI Chapter, will be held from 28th to 30th of September 2015 in Rome. Italian CHI community is very active and smart, and this is its traditional meeting event. However, nowadays sharing and dissemination are a must. We would like this venue to represent once more also an occasion to exchange ideas and experiences with European and overseas researchers and practitioners. Even for this reason the official language of the conference is English.
The theme of the 2015 edition will be “Public, private and community-based interaction”, which aims at encompassing the different souls underlying the new trends in HCI, from interaction with public large displays to interaction with mobile devices, to crowdsourcing/community-based kinds of interaction. However, the conference will warmly welcome every innovative contribution regarding advanced interaction paradigms and models, new ways of interpreting human-computer interaction and new “natural”, “transparent”, “ubiquitous” and most of all “inclusive” interfaces.
For this reason CHItaly2015 plans to offer different sessions/tracks to address many types of interests. They will include full and short research papers, posters, industry presentations, panels, workshops, tutorials, and a doctoral consortium. As well achieved by the preceding editions, the aim is to be inclusive and foster development of innovative work in HCI.

KEYNOTES

KRISTINA HÖÖK

Serious Research on the Unserious: playfulness, sociality and bodily engagements in the Internet of Things era

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KEITH CHEVERST

Experiences of supporting community interaction through situated display deployments

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