The 11th Annual Conference Of The New Zealand Acm Special Interest Group On Computer‐Human Interaction
I N T E R A C T I O N O N T H E M O V E
Massey University, Auckland, 8th ‐ 9th July, 2010
The CHINZ conference provides a general forum for all those involved with Computer‐ Human Interaction to address design‐centred human use of technology. We welcome full length and short research papers in all areas of this diverse field and we especially encourage graduate students to present at the conference. There will be poster sessions and hands‐on demonstrations during the conference, and we encourage industry practitioners to present.
Much of the commercial success of mobile devices lies in their ambitiously multidisciplinary applications. As the technologies that can support mobile interaction continue to evolve, this field will become increasingly more challenging, and both academic researchers and practitioners could greatly benefit from each other. This conference is intended to discuss the latest mobile interactions that reach
beyond conventional desktop‐based interaction, hence the central theme of Interaction on the Move.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Interaction design; mobile interaction design
• User‐centred design; mobile application case studies
• Applying design principles in HCI or mobile HCI
• Social implications of technology in mobile applications design
• Mobile technologies; games; robotics; health
• Cognitive psychology and its implications on mobile technologies
• Usability; mobile usability
• Guidelines and heuristics
• Implications of technology for cognition
• Education aspects
• 30th March, 2010 ‐ All submission due
• 27th April, 2010 ‐ All reviews due
• 5th June, 2010 ‐ Final submission due
Accepted papers will be presented at the conference, published in the conference proceedings, and the ACM Digital Library.
• Long papers ‐ no more than 8 pages in length
• Short papers ‐ no more than 4 pages in length
• Posters and demos ‐ no more than 2 pages in length
All submissions must adhere to the ACM SIG Proceedings format and be submitted as PDF files.
For all other informal enquires please email Dr. Hokyoung Ryu (h.ryu AT massey.ac.nz) OR phone him at
+64 9 4140800 xtn. 9140 OR visit the conference website at http://chinz2010.massey.ac.nz