All submission categories are closed (workshop papers can still be submitted).
NordiCHI 2004 invites innovative and exploratory papers meeting
international standards. We welcome papers attempting to move the field
forward, promoting new techniques, methods, tools and theories. NordiCHI
aims to be multidisciplinary.
Papers describing original work on HCI related topics are
solicited. Papers should make clear the novel aspects of the work they
present and their contribution to the development of the theory and practice
of the field(s).
Empirical studies of work should stress their relevance to
design. Applications papers should stress their contribution to concepts
and theories in HCI. Papers addressing novel techniques and technologies
should clearly identify the relevance and importance to HCI.
Full papers report original work, which has not been previously
published. The contribution should be made clear in the paper and in its
abstract. Papers making one clear, significant contribution are more likely
to be accepted than papers making several lesser contributions. The paper
must identify and cite published work relevant to the paper topic. It
should explain how the presented work has built on previous contributions,
and should indicate where and why novel approaches have been adopted.
NordiCHI 2004 is an international conference and contributions
are welcomed from all parts of the world. The official written and spoken
language of the conference is English.
All submissions will be reviewed by an international panel
of HCI experts.
Submissions must be complete papers. Papers may be up to
10 pages formatted according to the ACM template (as available at http://sigchi.org/chi2004/res/CHI04PubsFormat.doc).
Submissions should be made electronically in PDF format through the website:
Submission deadline for papers: April 5, 2004.
The deadline is midnight Finnish time, which is +0200 GMT (or +0100 CET).