[ln] Appel: International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2006)

Thierry Hamon thierry.hamon at LIPN.UNIV-PARIS13.FR
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Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 18:08:26 +1000
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First Call for Papers.

                                Sydney, January 2006

IUI 2006 seeks high-quality, original submissions of reports on
research about intelligent user interfaces. It encourages
participation from around the globe by both academic and industrial
researchers and developers.  All submissions will be reviewed by a
distinguished international program committee.

Please note: We have placed the submission deadline as close as
possible to the publication date. It will therefore be impossible for
us to grant even the smallest extension. For clarity and fairness, the
server will stop accepting submissions just after 11:59 pm Pacific
Daylight Time (i.e., San Diego time). Please plan accordingly when
preparing your submissions!

Long Papers 	Submissions due 	Monday, 19 September 2005, 11:59 pm PDT
Short Papers 	Submissions due 	Monday, 19 September 2005, 11:59 pm PDT
Tutorials 	Proposals due 	(last year:Monday, 16 August 2004)
Workshops 	Proposals due 	(last year:Monday, 16 August 2004)

All paper submissions and reviews will be handled via

Why submit to IUI 2006?
The series of annual conferences on Intelligent User Interfaces is the
principal international forum for the presentation and discussion of
outstanding research and applications involving intelligent user
interfaces.  Its proceedings, which are available both as hard copy
and via the ACM Digital Library, are widely read and cited.

The central track of the technical program comprises plenary
presentations of full-length papers, which are selected by the program
committee after in-depth analysis and discussion. A complementary set
of short paper presentations and demos stimulates discussion on work
in progress.

The conference experience also includes a variety of other activities:
workshops, tutorials, invited talks by leading figures, and an
occasional panel. Just as important are the lively informal
discussions that are encouraged by the fact that most of the
conference events are attended by all of the participants.

Topics of interest for IUI include all aspects of intelligent user
interfaces.  Successful papers will include aspects of both
intelligence and interface.  The following are sample topics:

Interpretation of user input
	Processing of multimodal input
	Natural language and speech processing
	Affective interfaces

Generation of system output
	Intelligent visualization tools
	Intelligent generation of multimedia presentations

Ubiquitous computing
	Intelligent interfaces for ubiquitous computing
	Smart environments

	Intelligent assistants for complex tasks
	Support for collaboration in multiuser environments
	Intelligent information and knowledge management

Categories of intelligence
	User-adaptivity in interactive systems
	Personalization and recommender systems
	Modeling and prediction of user behavior
	Planning and plan recognition

IUI Design
	Knowledge-based approaches to user interface design and generation
	Proactive and agent-based paradigms for user interaction
	Example- and demonstration-based interfaces

User studies
	User studies concerning intelligent interfaces
	Evaluations of implemented intelligent user interfaces

The programs of previous IUI conferences are available via the
conference web site (see www.iuiconf.org/pastiui.html).

IUI 2006 encourages submissions from those who have done relevant work
but who have not previously submitted to an IUI conference. In case of
doubt about the relevance of your work, do not hesitate to ask the
program chairs (papers at iuiconf.org) or the short paper chairs
(short-papers at iuiconf.org) for advice.

Submission of Long and Short Papers
There are two categories of paper submission:

	LONG PAPER submissions should report on substantial
contributions of lasting value. Each accepted long paper will be
presented in a plenary session of the main conference program. An
accompanying demonstration can be presented in a poster/demo
session. The maximum length is 8 pages in the two-column ACM
conference format.
	SHORT PAPER submissions typically discuss exciting new work
that is not yet mature enough for a long paper. Each accepted short
paper will be presented in a poster/demo session. The presentation may
include a system demonstration. The maximum length is 3 pages.

Each submission will be reviewed by at least three members of the
program committee. Each long paper submission will also be read by a
"meta-reviewer": a senior program committee member who will produce a
coherent summary of the reviews.

An Outstanding Paper Award will be presented to the one or two
strongest papers submitted to the long paper track. These papers will
be selected by the program committee on the basis of the significance
of the contribution, the relevance to the IUI conference, and the
quality of the writing.  The Outstanding Paper(s) will be publicized
before and after the conference, and the authors will receive a modest
monetary award and a framed award certificate in recognition of their
contribution to the field.

Accepted papers from both categories will be included in the
conference proceedings, to be published in hard copy by the ACM Press
and electronically in the ACM Digital Library

Long and short papers must be formatted according to the two-column
format of the SIGCHI conference series. Templates for MS Word and
Frame Maker are available from
http://www.acm.org/sigs/sigchi/chipubform. A LaTex style file is
available from http://dfki.de/~jameson/iui05/latex-style.html. Papers
that exceed the length limit for their category will not be reviewed,
nor will those whose text is squeezed into the allowed number of pages
via changes to the basic style (e.g., the use of a smaller font).

Multiple submissions policy: A paper should not be submitted to IUI
2006 if the same paper - or a substantially similar version - has
already been accepted for publication by another conference, if it is
currently under review for another conference, or if it will be
submitted to another conference by 1 November 2005.

To submit a long or short paper, please visit
http://www.conferencereview.com and follow the instructions given
there. (Note to Linux users: Although the Conference Reviewing System
has not been officially validated for use under Linux, according to
the experience of the program cochairs it is unlikely that you will
actually encounter difficulties.)

Time line for long and short papers:

Monday, 19 September 2005, 11:59 pm PDT: Submission of manuscripts for review
Monday, 7 November 2005: Notification about acceptance or rejection
Monday, 21 November 2005: Submission of camera-ready copy for accepted papers


The purpose of the workshops is to provide an informal forum for
practitioners and researchers to discuss their current work and issues
of common interest.  The formats of the workshops will be determined
by their organizers, who are encouraged to foster discussion and
exchange of ideas by including mechanisms other than traditional paper
presentations, differentiating their workshops clearly from typical
conference sessions.

For further information about the submission of workshop proposals,
see the separate workshop page.

Time line for workshop proposal submissions:
(Monday, 16 August 2004)	Submission of proposal
(Monday, 30 August 2004) 	Notification about acceptance or rejection
(Monday, 6 September 2004) 	Submission of call for participation


The purpose of a tutorial is either to offer an introduction to a
fairly broad topic for newcomers to intelligent user interfaces or to
enable experienced participants to deepen their knowledge of a more
specific topic.

For further information about the submission of tutorial proposals,
see the separate tutorial page.

Time line for tutorial proposal submissions:
(Monday, 16 August 2004 	Submission of proposal
Monday, 30 August 2004 	Notification about acceptance or rejection
Monday, 6 September 2004) 	Submission of tutorial description


General Chairs: Ernest Edmonds, University of Technology, Australia
                Doug Riecken, IBM, USA

Program Chairs: Cecile Paris, CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia
                Candy Sidner, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, USA

Program Committee:
Elisabeth André, University of Augsburg, Germany
K.S.R. Anjaneyulu (Anji), HP Labs, India
Liliana Ardissono, University of Torino, Italy
Sandrine Balbo, University of Melbourne, Australia
Mathias Bauer, DFKI, Germany
Pushpak Bhattacharyya, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, India
Mark Billinghurst, HIT labs, New Zealand
Larry Birnbaum, Northwestern University, USA
Jim Blythe, USC/Information Sciences Institute, USA
Robin Burke, DePaul University, USA
Andreas Butz, Ludwig-Maxmillians University, Germany
Giuseppe Carenini, University of British Columbia, Canada
Joyce Chai, Michigan State, USA
Sherry Chen, Brunel University, UK
Keith Cheverst, Lancaster University, UK
Vinay Chaudhri, SRI International, USA
Fang Chen, NICTA, Australia	
Adrian David Cheok,	Nanyang University, Singapore
Mark Claypool, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Nathalie Colineau, CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia
Christine Conati, University of British Columbia, Canada
Guozhong Dai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Fiorella de Rosis, University of Bari, Italy
Laila Dybkjaer, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Ernest Edmonds, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia
Steven Feiner, Columbia University, USA
Elena Gaudioso, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain
Dina Goren-Bar, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Steve Goschnick, Unievrsity of Melbourne, Australia
Kris Hammond, Northwestern University, USA
Peter Haddawy, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
                           and Asian Institute of   Technology, Thailand
Paul Heisterkamp, DaimlerChrysler, Germany 	
Nicola Henze, University of Hannover, Germany
John Herlocker, University of Oregon, USA
Yoshinori Hijikata, Osaka University, Japan
Achim Hoffman, University of New South Wales, Australia
Anthony Jameson, DFKI and the International University in Germany, Germany
Lewis Johnson, USC/Information Sciences Institute, USA
Joaquim Jorge, IST, Portugal
Anirudha Joshi, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, India
Min-Yen Kan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Akihiro Kashihara, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Henry Kautz, University of Washington, USA
Jihie Kim, USC/Information Sciences Institute, USA
Yasuyuki Kono, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Japan
Noboru Koshizuka, University of Tokyo, Japan
Antonio Krueger, University of Muenster, Germany
Tessa Lau, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, USA
David Leake, Indiana Universtity, USA	
Geunbae (Gary) Lee, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
James Lester, North Carolina State University, USA
Tsai-Yen Li, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab, USA
Christine Lisetti, Institut EURECOM, France
Shijian Lu, CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia
Lorraine McGinty, University College Dublin, Ireland
Judith Masthoff, University of Aberdeen, UK
Paul Maglio, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
Rainer Malaka, European Media Laboratory, Germany
Helen Mei-Ling Meng, Chinese University of Honk Kong (CUCK), Hong Kong
Wolfgang Minker, University of Ulm, Germany
Yukiko Nakano, Japan Science and Technology Agency (RISTEX-JST), Japan
Toyoaki Nishida, Kyoto University, Japan
Nuno Jardim Nunes, University of Madeira, Portugal
Nuria Oliver, Microsoft Research, USA
Michael J. Pazzani, University of California Irvine, USA
Catherine Pelachaud, University of Paris 8, France
Daniella Petrelli, University of Sheffield, UK
Helmut Predinger, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Pearl Pu, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Tsinghua University, China
Norbert Reithinger, DFKI, Germany
XiangShi Ren, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
Charles Rich, MERL, USA
Doug Riecken, IBM Watson Research, USA
John Riedl, University of Minnesota, USA
Thomas Rist, Technical University of Augsburg, Germany
Erin Shaw, USC/Information Sciences Institute, USA
Katherine Shen, IBM Research Beijing Lab, China
Rob St. Amant, North Carolina State University, USA
Constantine Stephanidis, ICS-FORTH, Greece
Markus Stolze, IBM Zurich, Switzerland
Hui Su, IBM Research Beijing Lab, China
Oliviero Stock, ITC-irst, Trento, Italy
Jhing-Fa Wang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Xing Xie, Microsoft Research Beijing, China
Qiang Yang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Massimo Zancanaro, ITC-irst, Trento, Italy

Nathalie Colineau
Senior Research Scientist
CSIRO - ICT Centre
Locked Bag 17, North Ryde NSW 1670, Australia

Physical Address:
Building E6B, Macquarie University Campus
North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9325 3151
Fax: +61 2 9324 3200

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