OZCHI 2008


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The *preliminary* full program is now available

OZCHI is proud to announce our Sustainability initiatives.

Map at tinyurl.com/ozchi2008map

Online registration has now closed, but you can still register on site at JCU or call 0419125903.

Workshop details and Tutorial details are now available

OZCHI 20th Birthday Celebrations

Australasian Computer-Human Interaction Conference

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. The long and short papers accepted in the conference will be included in the proceedings of the ACM Digital Library.

This year's conference is to be held at James Cook University's Tropical campus just north of Cairns in Far North Queensland, Australia, the only place on the planet where two World Heritage listed areas, the Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropical Rainforest, are side-by-side.


Our conference theme is Designing for Habitat & Habitus. This theme encompasses the role of technology in supporting and enhancing our relationships with, and within, the settings we inhabit and designing interactions that can sustain affective and diverse cultural and environmental dimensions of life-experiences.

Important Dates

Contributions by participants wishing to attend workshops are still being accepted by Workshop organisers. All other paper submissions are now closed.

Early bird registration ends (except for workshops): 17th October 2008

8th and 9th December 2008: Workshops, Tutorials & Doctoral Consortium
10th to 12th December 2008: Papers, Demos, Panels

Be part of the community before the conference

The conference organising committee is a distributed team and welcomes you to join in the more informal networking prior to the conference on Facebook.

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