Sent to the HCI-Lit mailing list by Olav W. Bertelsen, here is another event of interest. Note the deadline is imminent for submissions.
CRITICAL COMPUTING — Between Sense and Sensibility
The Fourth Decennial Aarhus Conference,
Aarhus, Denmark, 21-25 August 2005
New full paper deadline: 18 April 2005 ========================================================
OUR ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION SYSTEM IS OPEN
Continuing the tradition from the conferences in 1975, 1985 and 1995, it is the aim of the fourth Aarhus conference to provide a forum for the exploration and development of new perspectives for critical computing.
As information technology reaches out from the workplace to virtually all aspects of human life, the scope of critical IT research expands from a focus on designing computer support for quality of working life to new frontiers. These frontiers include the home, leisure time, citizen services, public spaces as well as the workplace. We face new challenges for technology support and new pitfalls regarding the ways in which people sense and form meaningful environments.
Critical Computing is a multi-disciplinary conference in participatory design, interaction design, CSCW, social computing, digital art and entertainment addressed from a variety of disciplines like computer science, sociology, psychology, ethnography, architecture, and aesthetics.
Full papers, Panels, Workshops: April 18, 2005
Short Paper, Demonstrations, Doctoral Colloquium: June 12, 2005
More details at: http://www.aarhus2005.org.
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