OZCHI is Australia and New Zealand's leading forum for work in all areas of human-computer
interaction. As the annual conference for the Computer-Human Interaction
Special Interest Group (CHISIG) of the
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of
Australia (HFESA), OZCHI attracts
an international community of researchers and
practitioners with a wide range of interests, including usability, information architecture,
interaction design, human factors and ergonomics, human-computer interaction,
information systems, software engineering, artificial intelligence, design, social
sciences and management.
11 November, 2005
Registration for the conference tutorials and workshops is still open, but places are filling fast. Have a look at the Tutorials and workshops pages for an overview of available tutorials and workshops.
29 August, 2005
Registration for the conference is now open and our Registration page will tell you how. Please see Cost and sponsors for a summary of the registration and accommodation options and prices, before you book. Please also note that the Early Bird rates close on 10th October – book now.
30 June, 2005 Short paper submissions are now open. To submit a paper authors are directed to
do so at conferencereview.com.
27 June, 2005 Workshop and Tutorial submissions are now open and have been extended
to 15th of July. To submit a paper authors are
directed to send their materials directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A financial incentive to help with travel costs (20% of participants’ contribution)
is available to workshop and tutorial organizers.