Call for Papers
IEEE International Workshop on Human Computer Interaction (HCI'2005)
Human computer interaction (HCI) lies at the crossroads of many scientific areas
including artificial intelligence, computer vision, face recognition, motion tracking, etc.
In order for HCI systems to interact seamlessly with people, they will need to understand
their environment through vision and auditory input. Moreover, HCI systems should
learn how to adaptively respond depending on the situation.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers from the field of computer
vision whose work is related to human computer interaction. We are soliciting original
contributions which address a wide range of theoretical and application issues in human
computer interaction including, but not limited to:
* Affective detection and recognition
* Smart interfaces
* Human motion tracking
* Gesture recognition
* Multimedia data modeling and visualization
* Multimodal event detection and recognition
* Human motion and gesture recognition
* HCI issues in image/video retrieval
* Learning in HCI
* Input and interaction techniques
* Perceptual user interfaces
* Wearable and pervasive technologies in HCI
July 8, 2005: Submission of full paper
August 2, 2005: Notification of acceptance
August 15, 2005: Camera-ready full paper
Nicu Sebe, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Michael Lew, LIACS Media Lab, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Thomas Huang, Beckman Institute, Univ. of illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The authors should email full papers (no longer than 10 pages in the
Springer LNCS style in English), to email@example.com
with the following information:
(1) Title of paper & short abstract summarizing the main contribution
(2) Names and contact info of all authors, also specifying the contact author.
(3) The paper in postscript or PDF format.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee.
The authors of a selected number of accepted papers will be invited to send extended
versions for a journal special issue