HCI International 2011

9-14 July 2011, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA

Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

Program Board

Program Chair
Constantine Stephanidis, Greece

Program Board Members

  • Julio Abascal, Spain
  • Ray Adams, United Kingdom
  • Elisabeth André, Germany
  • Margherita Antona, Greece
  • Chieko Asakawa, Japan
  • Christian Bühler, Germany
  • Jerzy Charytonowicz, Poland
  • Pier Luigi Emiliani, Italy
  • Michael Fairhurst, United Kingdom
  • Dimitris Grammenos, Greece
  • Andreas Holzinger, Austria
  • Simeon Keates, Denmark
  • Georgios Kouroupetroglou, Greece
  • Sri Kurniawan, United States
  • Patrick M. Langdon, United Kingdom
  • Seongil Lee, Korea
  • Zhengjie Liu, P.R. China
  • Klaus Miesenberger, Austria
  • Helen Petrie, United Kingdom
  • Michael Pieper, Germany
  • Anthony Savidis, Greece
  • Andrew Sears, United States
  • Christian Stary, Austria
  • Hirotada Ueda, Japan
  • Jean Vanderdonckt, Belgium
  • Gregg C. Vanderheiden, United States
  • Gerhard Weber, Germany
  • Harald Weber, Germany
  • Panayiotis Zaphiris, Cyprus

Indicative topics/keywords of the broad spectrum of issues addressed:

  • Access to education and learning
  • Access to mobile interaction
  • Access to on–line communities and eServices
  • Access to the Web
  • Accessible games
  • Accessibility guidelines
  • Adaptive and augmented interaction
  • Alternative I/O techniques
  • Ambient intelligence
  • Architectures and tools for universal access
  • Context–awareness
  • Design for All best practice
  • Design for All education and training
  • Design for All methods, techniques and tools
  • Development methods
  • Economics of universal access
  • Evaluation of Accessibility, Usability, and User Experience
  • Implicit Interaction
  • Interaction techniques, platforms and metaphors
  • Modality–independent interaction
  • Multi–sensory interfaces
  • Personalization
  • Privacy issues in sensor-augmented environments
  • Smart artifacts and smart environments
  • User and context modeling and monitoring
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